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WEST SEATTLE—West Seattle Herald reports that Mawadda Cafe will open its doors November 1. It will take over a space, formerly occupied by Museum Quality Framing. Iraqi owner Rami Al-Jebori will offer up familiar middle eastern fare such as Falafel, Gyros, and Spanakopita priced between $9 and $13. [WSH]

SEATTLE—Seattle Restaurant Week ends, but Dine Around Seattle is a promotion (3 courses for $30 with some restaurants offering lunch for $15) that is valid the whole month of November. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL—Via newsletter, Olivar's Philippe Thomelin informs us that the Spanish restaurant will be closed for 10 days starting November 20th for a kitchen remodel: "my kitchen will undergo a long awaited remodel, to make it more spacious and ready to offer cooking classes next year. I will also be exposing more of the murals in the restaurant." [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL—Via newsletter, Poco Wine Room reports that they have found a buyer. The buyer's identity will be revealed on November 1, when Poco celebrates its 5th anniversary. The public is welcome, and Poco will donate 10% of sales that night to the GSBA Scholorship Fund. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Mawadda Cafe / Facebook]

Poco Wine + Spirits

1408 E Pine Street, Seattle, WA 98122 206 322 9463 Visit Website

Olivar

806 E Roy Street, Seattle, WA 98102 206 322 0409 Visit Website

Mawadda Cafe

2352 California Ave. s.w., Seattle, WA

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