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So here's what you'll be eating at Southpaw.

The restaurant industry’s notoriously sleepy Monday nights have induced flights of promotional creativity like this  (all past pursuits; call before counting on any of them). But Southpaw, the new pizza spot from Lark owners John Sundstrom and JM Enos, outdoes them all in sheer artistry with its Monday Craft Night.

From 6pm to 8pm tonight and Mondays going forward, bring your project, grab a slice, and enjoy the company of other knitters, stitchers, painters, collagers, and assorted other makers. Enos herself is a crafter and cooked up the fam-friendly event toward establishing Southpaw as a “third place” for its Seattle U neighborhood.

She might even bring a sweet to share.

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