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Seattle's Essential Neighborhood Restaurants

$ Vietnamese 2519 S Jackson 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

$$ Japanese 515 S Main 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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7 Central District Gems to Explore Right Now

$ Gastropub, Sandwiches/Deli 2504 S Jackson St

$ Seafood 411 23rd Ave S

$ Vietnamese 2519 S Jackson St

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Ice Cream 2407 E Union Street

$ American/New American 1220 E Jefferson

$$ Ethiopian 2605 E Cherry St

$$ Small Plates 6118 12th Ave S

$$ American/New American, Southern/Creole/Cajun 2726 E Cherry St.

    7 Central District Gems to Explore Right Now
    A thread of Catfish Corner's Southern legacy continues on at this storied Central District corner via fried chicken atop old-fashioned thin waffles, the kind with tiny squares. Chef Patrick Dours coaxes heroic amounts of personality from boneless, skinless chicken breasts; his tricks include a combo buttermilk-pickle juice brine and an elaborate dredge-and-chill process to keep the crust from falling off the minute it encounters your knife.
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In 1981, Mary Wesley moved her flower shop to...

In 1981, Mary Wesley moved her flower shop to a corner space on 23rd and Jackson.

    After 37 years, Flowers Just 4 U opens on a new corner of 23rd Ave
    In 1981, Mary Wesley moved her flower shop to a corner space on 23rd and Jackson. She renamed her shop Flowers Just 4 U, hoping a friendly name and two windowed walls would establish a community-centric atmosphere, drawing foot traffic in.
    http://www.capitolhillseattle.com

Apr 25

Black Panther Party’s legacy to help sick, poor lives on at Seattle health clinic

With the help of activist and UW neurosurgeon Dr. John Green, about three months later they opened a clinic at the party’s headquarters at 20th Avenue and East Spruce Street.

By 1994, the Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center had moved to 2101 E. Yesler Way. It shares the site with the Odessa Brown Children’s Clinic, which opened in 1970 in honor of Brown, a black woman and community organizer.

    Black Panther Party's legacy to help sick, poor lives on at Seattle health clinic
    As people celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Black Panther Party's Seattle chapter, one of their missions still thrives: The Carolyn Downs Family Medical Center, which sees hundreds of patients each month. "I like that they're personal and honest," one patient says.
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Learn about the Neighborhood Matching Fund at our upcoming workshops

Douglass-Truth Branch Library, 2300 East Yesler Way

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Broadview Branch Library, 12755 Greenwood Ave N

Southwest Branch Library, 9010 35th Ave SW

    Learn about the Neighborhood Matching Fund at our upcoming workshops - Front Porch
    Our Neighborhood Matching Fund staff will be hosting three workshops this Spring for those interested in applying to the fund. Each workshop will provide an overview of the Neighborhood Matching Fund, the qualities of a strong application, and the review process. Neighborhood and community groups interested in the fund are invited to attend.
    http://frontporch.seattle.gov

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Apr 20

Reckless Noodle House’s Asian-fusion flavors become a surprise hit

Vietnamese/Asian fusion; 2519 S. Jackson St., (Central District) Seattle; 206-329-5499, recklessnoodles.com; open Mondays-Thursdays 4 p.m.-midnight, Fridays 4 p.m.- 2 a.m., Saturdays 11 a.m.-2 a.m. and Sunday 11 a.m.-10 p.m.

    Reckless Noodle House's Asian-fusion flavors become a surprise hit
    One of the best Asian restaurants to debut in Seattle this year, Reckless Noodle House brings the fusion of Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia and China to the Central District. Share story Reckless Noodle House feels like a 30-something expat's Vietnam clubhouse, a surfer-dream landscape of the mind as much as of the map.
    https://www.seattletimes.com

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  • Construction permit

    Alterations to basement of single family residence to create an accessory dwelling unit, per plans.

    534 25th Ave. S. Issued April 16, 2018 Comment

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