Terra Plata, now with alfresco rooftop seating.

The generous folks at Full Tilt Ice Cream are giving away free scoops on Monday, August 6 starting at noon until they run out. The scoops are free, but don't forget your quarters because the pinball and Donkey Kong are not.

High 5 Pie
has a new Sunday deal they're calling "Shake Day." All day buy one pie shake (a milkshake garnished with a slice of your choice and a glob of whipped cream) and get the second half off.  

Terra Plata opened its highly anticipated rooftop patio this weekend. Seattle Weekly's Hanna Raskin took a look around.

The people behind Central Cinema have successfully petitioned the Liquor Control Board to allow minors in restaurants with cinemas, Central District News reports. Oh, and 21-plusers: The cinema plans to expand the drink menu with cocktails some time in September.

Local maker of fine sauce Sound Spirits has announced plans to release a crème de menthe and crème de cacao (made with Theo chocolate) this fall. "Put ’em together with a little cream and you’ve got a Grasshopper," suggests founder and head distiller Steve Stone. 

Blue Highway Games, the popular public gaming center, has applied for a beer license. Seattle Weekly has the details.

Brave Horse Tavern
released its latest collaboration with Pike Brewing, the Pike White Horse Wit.

Meanders Kitchen, destination for freakout-worthy breakfasts, is venturing into dinner territory.
Starting Thursday, August 2, the diner is doing comfort food classics like meatloaf and mashed taters. The meals occur Thursday through Saturday 5 to 10 and Sunday 5 to 9:30.

Artisanal sausage maker Link Lab is now available in a neighborhood near you: PCC in Green Lake and Fremont, Pete's Wine Shop in Eastlake, Sunset Hill Green Market in Ballard, and Eat Local in Queen Anne are now carrying the Seattle-based butcher. 

Boarder rush: Liquor sales in Idaho and Oregon, especially near the Washington border, rose 35 percent in June, bringing Oregon $870,000 more than usual. Idaho Statesmen reports on how the post-privatization era has been a boon for our Northwest neighbors.

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