Red Mill Burgers #3 Comes to Ballard, Nation's Second Brewery Cooperative to Debut in Seattle, & More

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Red Mill is coming to Ballard!
The biggest buzz of the week: Red Mill Burgers #3 is "soon" taking over the former Totem House space

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Red Mill Burgers #3 Comes to Ballard, Nation's Second Brewery Cooperative to Debut in Seattle, & More

  • Red Mill Burgers #3 Comes to Ballard, Nation's Second Brewery Cooperative to Debut in Seattle, & More

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    Red Mill is coming to Ballard!
    The biggest buzz of the week: Red Mill Burgers #3 is "soon" taking over the former Totem House space at 3058 N.W. 54th St. in Ballard. The beloved burger eatery is sure to be around for a while--the owners signed a 10-year lease.

    In Belltown, a bar and nightclub named Sarajevo Lounge--after the capitol of Bosnia--is set to take over the former Del Rey space at 2332 First Ave. The establishment is currently undergoing construction.

    On Capitol Hill, the Unicorn at 1118 E. Pike St. is expanding to include a 5,000-square-foot underground bar. Called Narwhal, the new space will include a pinball room and a stage for live music. Also, a three-level, 12,000-square-foot nightclub and lounge catering to the gay community is scheduled to open this summer at 1715 E. Olive Way. The Social will feature four bars, three themed rooms, and a restaurant.

    In Greenlake, an Italian restaurant is scheduled to open at 7900 E. Green Lake Dr. N. in May. Trattoria Cippino will offer pastas, desserts from scratch, and gluten-free and vegetarian options.

    In West Seattle, the second installment of Phinney Ridge's beloved Mexican eatery El Chupacabra opened last week at 2620 Alki Ave. S.W. Also open now on the same street is Beachside Café at 2726 Alki Ave. S.W. And coming soon is Bang Bar Thai Restaurant and Lounge at 4750 California Ave. S.W.

    And lastly, some more big news: Washington state's first--and the nation's second!--brewery cooperative is scheduled to open in Seattle at the end of 2012. Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery will be a community brewery operated by people of the owner/members' choice and feature rotating taps of member-created and -selected beer. A location has yet to be determined.

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