Order off Ethan Stowell and Branden Karow's "fancy" menu, and $1 from each item will benefit culinary education.

BALLARD
Frequent Beardsmaid Ethan Stowell's restaurant Staple and Fancy is donating $1 from every “fancy menu” (ie a prix fixe) item ordered the entire month of September to the James Beard Foundation's Silver Anniversary Scholarship Drive, part of a nationwide program honoring the Foundation's 25th anniversary. 

CAPITOL HILL
Due to the demolition of the Undre Arms building, Thai Curry Simple is in the market for a two-car parking spot, within five blocks from the original Madison-and-Union location, to reopen the popular walk-up window. Have some intel on a good spot? Share your insight a la Facebook.

Looks like Biscuit Bitch isn’t the only TV star in town. Travel Channel host Mikey Roe, in search for the best late-night eats in the city for Feed the Beast, will also be filming the burgers, fries, and milkshakes at Li’l Woody’s from 12:30pm–3am September 15, and again from 8–11pm on September 17; film crews will also descend on fry bread food truck Off the Rez's Capitol Hill spot on Friday from 11pm–2:30am, and Saturday from 11pm–12:30am.

PHINNEY RIDGE
 Naked City Brewery and Taphouse tells Phinnywood that its shiny new stainless fermenter tanks mean the brewery can start selling its inventive beers beyond its own taproom for the first time. All hail the kegs! Also don’t miss the Festival of Fruit at Carkeek Park next weekend.

RAVENNA
Neighborhood  market Boulevard Grocery is the latest location to serve up fluffy carb creations from farmers market favorite Honest Biscuits, namely biscuits and gravy. 

EVERYWHERE
Admit it. You were suckered into purchasing last week’s LivingSocial deal of $5 for $10 at Starbucks. Turns out you weren’t alone. With 67 vouchers purchased per second, resulting in 1.5 million total, this deal broke LivingSocial’s record for most vouchers sold. The coupons brought $7.5 million in revenues for the Mermaid.

THE INTERWEBS
Bored with your twitterfeed? No problem. CBS suggests six of the best Seattle foodies to follow. From Canlis co-owner Brian Canlis (@bcanlis) to food truck phenom Matthew Lewis of Where Ya At Matt (@WhereYaAtMatt), these men and women are good for some witty tweets and insights.

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