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An ice pop by any other name is just as frozen (and enjoyable). Have one before summer’s gone.
Oh and with proper cocktail happy hour. And “more amari than any other Asian restaurant in the world.”
Just your typical sports bar with a rooftop garden, grilled squid, and housemade Fireball.
The buzz is mighty and the place is small. So if you venture down to Second and Main, be prepared for a line. Here’s what you can expect.
A former service station now dispenses charcoal-roasted pollo a la brasa.
Here’s what you can reasonably expect at this grand new spot.
She might have been a botanist or farmer if the kitchen hadn’t come calling.
With a late night menu and a gorgeous patio right by Bellevue’s Downtown Park.
The team behind Local 360 get all Medieval with a menu of swine and fowl (oh, and 66 beer taps).
As expected, handmade pastas take front stage.
Faced with the prospect of leaving fans bereft and craving their favorite ice on a stick at the end of this summer’s farmers market season, Six Strawberries is starting an artisan ice pop CSA.
A no-frills patio that gets it right with great coffee, decent drinks and lots of sunshine.
And it’s got some “badass Swedish food.”
With curly fries. And poutine. And a salad bar.
Don’t let the humble “Kitchen and Saloon” moniker fool you: This place is pretty darn polished.