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This Week in Drinking

All the Seattle news that’s fit to drink for the week of July 20th

July 24, 2009

Protesters outside 15th Ave Coffee and Tea on opening day.

The biggest story of the week was the opening of the new 15th Avenue Coffee and Tea. Seattle Met’s Kristin Cordova recaps that dramafest here.

Meanwhile BJC and Linda Derschang continue to keep in touch on the matter. [SLOG]

Another so-called speakeasy is set to open, this one’s in Belltown and shares a named with one of Phish’s better songs. [SW]

Paul Gregutt talks expensive syrahs, inexplicably neglects the fantastic Grand Reve collab with Mark Ryan McNeilly, which I know he has tried because the owner told me. [ST]

Tan Vinh continues to eat happy hour sliders, this week at Waterfront Seafood Grill. [ST]

On Sauced, Erik Chapman of Sun Liquor settles the question “What is a martini?”…or at least addresses it. [SM]

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