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Cafe Nordo's latest dinner theatre production blends 1960s air travel, Northwest food, and communist spies. Welcome aboard.READ MORE COMMENT NOW
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Thanksgiving has the worst food of any holiday
Slate writer would take any other holiday food over Thanksgiving. Do you agree?
Eating out on Thanksgiving? Here's where to book
"Plenty of restaurants in the Seattle area are scheduled to stay open on Thanksgiving. Some are serving standard menus, but most are planning all-out holiday feasts, from the roast goose at Bell + Whete to the vegan four-course option at Cafe Flora."
Delivery beer in Seattle
A startup plans to offer low membership pricing to deliver fresh growlers of craft beer to Seattle residents every Friday or Saturday.
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