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What We're Eating Now: June 2018

$$ Pan Asian 714 S King St

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$$ Asian Fusion, Chinese 2815 S Hanford St

Breakfast/Brunch, Sandwiches/Deli 100 Dexter Ave N

    What We're Eating Now: June 2018
    Breakfast of (Feminist) Champions For a food truck that caters to the bleary-eyed morning masses, Sunny Up packs an awful lot of culinary intrigue into a breakfast sandwich. Tomato jam amplifies the Ruth Bacon Ginsburg; Italian seasoning gives new dimension to the Sausage Patti Smith. The vegetarian Frida Avokahlo actually makes kale seem decadent.
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Seattle's Essential Neighborhood Restaurants

$$ Japanese 515 S Main St

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...actually the cozy Capitol Hill dwelling of Harry’s Fine Foods on the corner of Bellevue and Mercer. The menu bears dishes as varied as the decor: cauliflower that’s caramelized until deep...

Pub 3019 Beacon Ave S

Late Night, Recommended Menu, Romantic, Wine Bar 7902 35th St. SW

$ Mexican 6031 Airport Way S

$ Latin 1719 SW Roxbury St

$$ American/New American 5041 Wilson Ave S

$$ Latin 4869 Rainier Ave S

$ Japanese 82 Stewart St

$ Vietnamese 2519 S Jackson St

$$ Global 1412 E Union St

$$ American/New American, Bakery/Pastry Shop, Coffee Shop 1101 E Pike St

$ Coffee Shop, Wine Bar 4401 Fremont Ave N

$$ Gastropub 3645 Wallingford Ave N

$$ American/New American 5451 Leary Ave NW

    Seattle's Essential Neighborhood Restaurants
    The buzzy stretch of Greenwood Avenue has bars and restaurants and taprooms aplenty, but the 24-hour diner with an adjoined karaoke bar remains a singular treasure. Breakfast and lunch menus are available morning or night; here your last meal of the day may actually be the most important one after drunkenly singing bygone hits in the bar opposite the diner's entrance.
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The Abacus Bank sisters on courtrooms, cameras, and family

“Abacus: Small Enough to Jail” shows for free at 11:45 a.m. on May 20, at the Wing Luke Museum, 719 South King Street, Seattle. The screening features a special appearance by Chanterelle Sung, from the Sung banking family shown in the film.

    The Abacus Bank sisters on courtrooms, cameras, and family
    By Andrew Hamlin NORTHWEST ASIAN WEEKLY The Sung family of Abacus Federal Savings Bank spent years in court, accused by the Manhattan District Attorney's office in New York City of fraud, connected to the 2008 financial crisis.
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Sikh Captain America fights intolerance and bigotry

“Wham! Bam! Pow! Cartoons, Turbans & Confronting Hate,” through Feb. 24, 2019; Wing Luke Museum, 719 S. King St., Seattle; $10-$17; 206-623-5124, wingluke.org

    Sikh Captain America fights intolerance and bigotry
    Vishavjit Singh draws cartoons and dons a Captain America costume to help fight intolerance and bigotry. He visited Seattle earlier this month to launch an exhibition of his illustrations, on display through February 2019, at the Wing Luke Museum.
    https://www.seattletimes.com

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