Old Seattle, meet new Seattle. Hot Cakes, the delectable Ballard “cakery” owned by chocolatier Autumn Martin, has a second location in the works on Capitol Hill. It’ll be housed at 1650 E. Olive Way, on the ground floor of the new 6-story apartment complex planned for the corner that housed B&O Espresso…More
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Finally, Dinette will be hitting the big-time — at least in size. Chef-owner Melissa Nyffeler plans to close the restaurant’s doors at 1514 E. Olive Way after dinner service on Dec. 23, and to move the restaurant to a yet-to-be-determined larger space. Dinette has been loved in its 8 years on Capitol Hill, but always…More
Some of the best croissants and pastries in the West are moving just a little bit east. The owner of Bakery Nouveau in West Seattle is about to open a second patisserie on Capitol Hill, complete with his incomparable twice-baked almond croissants and gorgeously crusty baguettes and the rest of what the Times…More
Turns out that Poppy, former Herbfarm chef Jerry Traunfeld’s much anticipated new restaurant, won’t open Saturday, Sept. 13 due to a ”slight delay in obtaining his certificate of occupancy from the city.” The press release went on to say that Chef Traunfeld hopes to welcome diners to his new spot on Seattle’s Capitol Hill sometime…More