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Neighborhood Food News: Red Mill Burgers in Ballard, Queen Anne’s New Community Kitchen

Plus: Molly Moon’s signs a lease on Galer, delays for Crumpet Shop, and more.

By Tiffany Ran April 15, 2011

Tavolàta is one of three Seattle restaurants mentioned in a roundup of the country’s best pasta dishes.

Red Mill Burgers plants roots at the Totem House—very firm roots in the form of a ten-year lease, according to Nancy Leson at the Seattle Times. The new shack is expected to open in September and will also serve chowder and fish and chips alongside the regular burger menu.

The Crumpet Shop isn’t expected to reopen for another month.

Spring arrives at Tavolàta where chef Brandon Kirksey highlights the season’s bounty in a six-course family style feast on May 1 at 6pm. $45 per person; call for reservations.

Seattle Pacific University opened its community kitchen on Wednesday, April 13, reports Queen Anne View. Volunteers at the kitchen host monthly workshops that focus on making healthy, inexpensive meals. For $10, participants can attend the workshop and return home with 10–12 servings of food.

Molly Moon Neitzel has signed the dotted line. The Molly Moon’s on Queen Anne will open at 321 W. Galer Street, the site of erstwhile pet boutique Mes Amis. The site is slated for scoopage starting in July, but a micro-shop in Madrona at 1408 34th Ave should open in mid-May.

Local Italian eateries Spinasse, Spur, and Tavolàta are featured in a roundup of America’s 101 Most Delicious Noodle Dishes.

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