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July 22, 2014 at 6:00 AM

Construction threatens beloved Grinders shop

Mitch Gilbert has said it so many times over the past two months: “We’re open for business during construction!” Now, the energetic owner of Grinders Hot Sands is at his wits end, with business plummeting during a massive improvement project to Aurora Avenue North. “I’ve been doing everything I can to put a positive spin…

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July 16, 2014 at 6:15 AM

8 tips for doing the Bite of Seattle right

Heading to the Bite of Seattle July 18-20? Here are our tips for doing it right: 1. Bring cash. 2. Don’t miss the Alley, particularly on Saturday, including charred Monterey Bay squid salad from Crush, Din Tai Fung wontons, poached prawns from Salty’s and Skillet’s “fried chicken sammy.” Dessert is a Pinkabella cupcake. 3. Check out the…

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July 16, 2014 at 6:15 AM

There’s a new whisk in town at the Bite of Seattle

Chef Jason Wilson’s big projects this year: Manning a massive wood-fired grill at his polished new downtown restaurant, Miller’s Guild, and transforming the menu at his Madison Valley mainstay, Crush. Both places get their share of special-event diners. This coming weekend, though, it’s all a special event. Wilson is the new host of the Alley at…

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July 15, 2014 at 2:59 PM

13 Coins restaurant gets hip (yes, hip) Bellevue location

The 13 Coins restaurant has been called a lot of things over its decades in the Seattle area: Old-school. Venerable. Classic. Then, there’s the newest branch in the works: “Hip.” Huh? The 8,000-square-foot 13 Coins branch planned to open in Bellevue late this year will be designed by Graham Baba Architects, the company that “has the…

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July 7, 2014 at 12:48 PM

Eat their words! Food writers host FareStart dinner

Food writer Hsiao-Ching Chou once said that the best potstickers can’t be bought. In a restaurant setting, she wrote, cooks often take too many shortcuts because of time and money constraints. Her own homestyle potstickers, though, will be on the menu at the FareStart Guest Chef dinner on Thursday, July 10, a version of…

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