Food News Roundup

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Food news you should know about.

By Clancey Denis January 20, 2011

Coming soon to Capitol Hill: The Confectional’s cheesecakes.

Local 360, the Melrose Market of Belltown, as we’ve come to know it, is now serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner, with a grand opening slated for early February. You know the deal: local, sustainable, yummy…

Bon Appétit has the hots for MistralKitchen dessert doyen Neil Robertson.

First it was Campagne, now Pike Place Market’s The Crumpet Shop is hanging up the apron for a couple of months for repairs and earthquake proofing. We’re at a loss, too, but at least there’s this place.

Hey, speaking of the Market, cheesecake spot The Confectional is opening another storefront on north Broadway, reports Capitol Hill Seattle.

Nell’s Restaurant released the lineup for its 2011 Chef Tribute Dinner Series, during which Seattle’s Ernie Pino dishes on foodie legends while you eat plates inspired by their culinary contributions.

No history lesson here, just multi-course, family-style comfort food—Sunday Suppers at Capitol Hill’s cozy Volunteer Park Cafe return January 30. The feasts will be held once a month and cost $30; call for reservations.

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