The resurrection of Catfish Co rner has commenced with a pop-up of

The resurrection of Catfish Co

rner has commenced with a pop-up of sorts at Rainier Beach Link station. Terrell Jackson, grandson of the original owners, is selling soul food: the famous fried catfish, hush puppies and more. Now named Jackson’s Catfish Corner, the installation will be in place for six months, when, we hope, Jackson can put together a deal to open a brick-and-mortar space. For now, get your Southern fried-catfish fix at 348 S. Henderson St., Tuesday through Sunday.

The word is out: Ethan Stowell is about to add to his already formidable restaurant portfolio with the Goldfinch Tavern, scheduled to open at the Four Seasons Hotel downtown later this year. It will feature Pacific Northwest cuisine and some of the city’s best views of Elliott Bay.

Former Tom Douglas pastry chef Toby Matasar will open a cafe and bakery on 12th Avenue near Seattle U. by the end of June. Aptly named Niche, it will feature a 100 percent gluten-free menu. Gluten-free bakery Nuflours is nearby. E

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