Food News Roundup

Neighborhood Food News: Spinasse Turns Three, Fish and Chips on Broadway

Plus: Po Dogs gets a makeover, delays for Flying Squirrel, and more.

By Heather Fink July 28, 2011

On a happier note, Flying Squirrel Pizza Company is open in Georgetown.

CHS shares details on Five Fish Bistro. The eatery expects to open mid-fall in the Broadway UPS space and will specialize in fish and chips “with an upscale twist.” Five varieties will be on offer daily, plus panini and salad.

Spinasse is celebrating its third anniversary with a series of four-course dinners costing $50 with options for wine pairing. Dates are August 7, 14, and 21; reservations are encouraged.

Eater provides an update on Blue Moon Burgers and Li’l Woody’s. Look for the former next week and Woody’s by the beginning of August (both are a bit behind schedule). [UPDATE: Reps from Blue Moon say the opening date is set for August 6.]

Bizarre Foods is stopping at Seattle Coffee Works to sample the shop’s $100-per-pound coffee, the Columbia Cup of Excellence.

Another one blowing out birthday candles: Stumbling Goat Bistro. Score a fifteen percent discount August 14 to 21 as part of the celebration. Also look for our daily drink, dinner, and dessert specials.

Maple Leaf Life reports the new location of Flying Squirrel Pizza Co. at 8310 Fifth Avenue NE won’t open until next month (no official date is set).

Eater talks with owner Laura Olson about her plans to convert Po Dog on the Ave into a bar called Detention.

My Wallingford takes a look inside the garage-turned-sausage-factory Link Lab Artisan Meats. It opened back in January, and its 19 varieties are available at the Virginia Mason Farmers Market on Fridays noon–4 or Ballard’s Sunset Hill Green Market.

Zaw pizza place and Bill the Butcher are shacking up next to each other in the 4600 block of Stone Way North.

Damiana’s Blue Truck Special is now slinging comfort food in West Seattle, South Lake Union, and downtown. The meatloaf looks especially tasty.

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