Red Mill Debuts in Ballard, Bluebird Expands to Phinney Ridge, & More

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Red Mill is now serving fries (and those beloved onion rings) in Ballard!
First off, in Ballard, local burger mini-chain Red Mill debuted its new

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Red Mill Debuts in Ballard, Bluebird Expands to Phinney Ridge, & More

  • Red Mill Debuts in Ballard, Bluebird Expands to Phinney Ridge, & More

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    Red Mill is now serving fries (and those beloved onion rings) in Ballard!
    First off, in Ballard, local burger mini-chain Red Mill debuted its new location this week in the former Totem House space at 3058 N.W. 54th St. The menu features Red Mill's usual fare, as well as items like fish and chips in honor of the popular chowder house it replaced.

    In Fremont, Book Larder is now open for business at 4252 Fremont Ave. N. It features new, vintage, collectible, and imported titles, and will provide space for cooking classes, author signings, and demos.

    In Phinney Ridge, Bluebird Microcreamery opens at the corner of Greenwood Ave. N. and N. 74th St. tomorrow. Originating on Capitol Hill, the ice cream shop serves locally produced ice cream, sourcing all its ingredients from nearby farmers and businesses.

    Over in West Seattle, West Seattle Fish House is now open at 9005 35th Ave. S.W.. Run by the former owner of Tacoma Fish House Café, the eatery features fish and chips, and in the future, clam chowder, fried shrimp, and salads. Students and seniors receive $1 off regular prices.

    And lastly, in White Center, a new coffee shop called Caffé Delia is now open at 9622 16th Ave. S.W.

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