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7 Central District Gems to Explore Right Now

$ Gastropub, Sandwiches/Deli 2504 S Jackson St

$ Vietnamese 2519 S Jackson St

$$ Ethiopian 2605 E Cherry St

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

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Ice Cream 2407 E Union Street

$ Seafood 411 23rd Ave S

$ American/New American 1220 E Jefferson

$$ Small Plates 6118 12th Ave S

    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.
    https://www.seattlemet.com

May 12

  • Fun Coding Tools to Help Young Minds Find New Interests

    Mr. Gladney is asking for $1297.99:
    My students need Fun STEM games and interactive devices to challenge their creative and energetic minds! Help us get 2 OSMO sets including iPads to stimulate their brains, and some coding board games.
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

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  • Kids Can Cook!

    Ms. Deuel is asking for $548.68:
    My students need cooking supplies for our classroom kitchen including tools for measuring, mixing and slicing, as well as a refrigerator and microwave for cooling and heating.
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

May 03

  • Sensational Sensory Soothers

    Mr. Goldwater is asking for $285.60:
    My students need sensory items for various reasons. The pressure vest and pea pod will help to calm some students. Fidgets allow students to focus on classroom and social/emotional demands.
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

May 03

May 01

  • Learning About Contractions!

    Mrs. Trudel is asking for $231.71:
    My students need caps, gowns, bandages and masks to perform “surgery” on words to make contractions!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

Apr 27

  • Reading on the Go!

    Ms. Richards is asking for $643.01:
    My students need portable reading centers to support their work with our awesome tutors.
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

Apr 26

Roasted, Fried, or Poached: 10 Restaurants That Have Perfected Chicken

...well for $15, and service is incredibly hospitable: promising signs of a new neighborhood institution. 2726 E Cherry St, Central District

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...the Polartec)—but the chili-spiced brownies for dessert have warming properties of their own. 5520 Rainier Ave S, Columbia City

...rotisserie chicken: whole or half birds that come with one or two sides and sauce. 6118 12th Ave S, Georgetown

...soundtrack; petite platters of fried chicken skin fuel a night of carousing on the Hill. 414 E Pine St, Capitol Hill

...dark chocolate bread pudding or hummingbird cake from his very talented pastry chef, Margaryta Karagodina. 2122 NE 65th St, Ravenna

...fried in soybean oil—and, yes, fried one more time. The result is, well, perfect. 4437 California Ave SW, Alaska Junction; 4626 26th Ave NE, University Village

...with a sticky-tangy-sweet malt-vinegar caramel to a slap-yourself-good pork belly. 7410 Greenwood Ave N, Phinney Ridge

...The menu also includes other popular-in-America Peruvian staples like ceviche and lomo saltado. 900 Rainier Ave S, Central District

...cheese, fried green tomatoes, a wedge salad with dressing and bacon both made in house. 1128 S Albro Pl, Georgetown

    Roasted, Fried, or Poached: 10 Restaurants That Have Perfected Chicken
    A whole lot of folks detour through Hillman City since the very careful proprietors of this refurbished gas station began peddling their Peruvian charcoal-roasted rotisserie chicken. Choose quarters, halves, or wholes-dark or light meat (some nights juicier than others, alas)-then fill out your plate with your choice of insanely terrific sides: Lime-glazed sweet potatoes, a crunchy kale slaw, and a carb loader's dream of cheesy potatoes are among the best.
    https://www.seattlemet.com

Apr 26

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Coding Books for Coding Club

    Mrs. Trudel is asking for $169.78:
    My students need books on coding themes, including debugging, repeating, logic and data
    Leschi Elementary School Comment
  • Hungry for More Books

    Mrs. Trudel is asking for $521.66:
    My students need books in new and exciting series, including Nikki & Deja, Mercy Watson, Keena Ford, and Secret Coders!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

Apr 25

Apr 19

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Help Us Bounce Back! #2

    Mr. Moriarty is asking for $532.01:
    My students need some wearable inflatable bumper balls to make their field day experience indelible!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment
  • Help Us Bounce Back! #1

    Mr. Moriarty is asking for $532.01:
    My students need some wearable inflatable bumper balls to make their field day experience indelible!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

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  • DUI: Liquor

    Martin Luther King Jr Wy. / E. Alder St. April 12, 2018 @ 10:25 p.m. Comment

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These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Resources for Readers and Writers

    Ms. Deuel is asking for $1538.61:
    My students need tools that will help them explore reading and writing in a variety of ways. I'm excited to share these games, learning tools, and books with my developing readers and writers!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment
  • New Non-Fiction, Not Nostalgia

    Mr. McNew is asking for $999.22:
    My students need new library books that are up to date.
    Leschi Elementary School Comment
  • Cool Kids Coding

    Mr. McNew is asking for $965.31:
    My students need Botley The Coding Robot & Action Challenge Accessory Pack to be able to start coding at a young age!
    Leschi Elementary School Comment

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19 of Seattle's Best Brunch Spots Right Now

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

This article has 13 other Seattle locations (Show)

...to serve brunch (the other being the Whale Wins), maybe because that corner space at 10th and East Union has a huge bank of windows designed to stream sunlight onto tables of buckwheat crepes...

$$ Southern/Creole/Cajun 403 15th Ave E

$$ Seafood 4300 Fremont Ave N

$$ Vegan 5410 17th Ave NW

$$ American/New American 300 & 322 Occidental Ave S

$$ American/New American 2404 NE 65th Street

$$ Southern/Creole/Cajun 2122 NE 65th St

$$$ Global, Korean 3506 Stone Way N

$ All Day Breakfast, American/New American 1621 E Olive Way

$ All Day Breakfast, American/New American 4872 Rainier Ave S

$$$ Continental 5605 22nd Ave NW

$$ American/New American, Gastropub 2253 N 56th St

$$$ French, Oyster Bar, Seafood, Small Plates 1060 E Union St

    19 of Seattle's Best Brunch Spots Right Now
    This open-all-day-and-half-the-night bar is Eric and Sophie Banh's love song to the street food they ate as children in Saigon; what began as a more casual offshoot to the siblings' Monsoon restaurants has become a reliable go-to with three locations and counting.
    https://www.seattlemet.com

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