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Neighborhood Food News: Cafe de Lion in Queen Anne, Fork and Spoon on Bainbridge

Plus: Cafe Bonjour serves early breakfast, Five Corner Market shutters, and more.

By Tiffany Ran April 19, 2011

Poquitos on Capitol Hill now serves lunch.

Five Corner Market, which opened in December, served its last batch of gastrofare on April 12.

Paratii Craft Bar, promising a Brazilian-seafood menu, is slated to open next week at 5463 Leary Ave NW, once home to Ballard Best BBQ and Chai House.

Cafe Bonjour expands its hours to open at 6am. Breakfast wraps will be available from then until 9am, says My Green Lake.

Poquitos is now serving lunch 11:30-3 on weekdays. The eats include several varieties of tacos, tortas, and tamales and soup and salad. A patio, weekend brunch, and takeout counter is still in the works.

Queen Anne View reports Cafe de Lion has moved into the former Cafe Bonjour space on Queen Anne Ave North. The pastry shop offers French delicacies made with natural and organic ingredients and savory bites like sandwiches and quiches. Cafe de Lion also serves Japanese iced coffee and tea drinks.

Tom Douglas’s Tibetan dumpling house Ting Momo opened on April 18 with chef Deyki Thonden at the helm.

The owners of Blackbird Bakery have opened a nearby eatery called Fork and Spoon, featuring casual bites made with local and seasonal produce, plus to-go sandwiches, reports Bainbridge Island Review.

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