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Seattle Restaurant News September 2019

This month: North Broadway shakeups, sustainable sushi, and a meaty Cowabunga returns.

By Rosin Saez August 20, 2019 Published in the September 2019 issue of Seattle Met

Out with the old, in with the new: Bamboo Sushi will take over the former Blue C location in University Village.

Portland Imports

Bamboo Sushi, Oregon’s A-plus student of environmentally sound seafood practices, will open its first Seattle location in U Village this fall.

Last Call

After eight years on California Ave, neighborhood stalwart OutWest has concluded its community-minded tenure as West Seattle’s sole gay bar.

A Huge Handoff

Farewell, Poppy. Jerry Traunfeld sold his north Broadway restaurant to Altura’s Nathan and Rebecca Lockwood; they’ll open a casual spot, Carrello, here in October.

Italian Proliferation

Restaurateur Ethan Stowell is at it again with a third pasta-and-vino-stocked Tavolàta, set to open downtown at the end of 2019.

Culinary Bender

Cowabunga, Seattle Met’s meat-fueled, booze-laden food festival in South Lake Union, makes a tasty return for the third year September 27–29.

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