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Kylen McCarthy Cooks at Corson; Artusi Seeks Negroni-Loving Bartenders; Crumpet Shop's Closure; Locöl Odin Dinner

GEORGETOWN—Chef Kylen McCarthy surprised everyone when he departed Marjorie to be a server at Ethan Stowell's How to Cook a Wolf on Queen Anne. However he's back in the kitchen, at least on Friday nights, at Matt Dillon's The Corson Building. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL—Chef Jason Stratton of the renowned tajarin has posted an ad for bartenders to populate his new aperitivo bar Artusi, opening mid-May right next to Spinasse. Applicants should love Negronis, and no divas, please. [Craigslist]

PIKE PLACE MARKET—A mecca for both tourists and locals alike, The Crumpet Shop was supposed to reopen this month after shuttering in January for some seismic upgrades. However like most renovation projects, it's taking longer than expected; the shop says it won't reopen 'til May. [Seattle Met]

WEST SEATTLE—New watering hole Locöl has partnered up with Odin Brewing Company for its first brewmasters dinner April 20. Four courses with beer pairings runs you $40, including tax and gratuity. [Facebook]

Spinasse

1531 14th Avenue, , WA 98122 (206) 251-7673 Visit Website

How To Cook A Wolf

2208 Queen Anne Avenue North, , WA 98109 (206) 838-8090 Visit Website

The Corson Building

5609 Corson Ave. S, Seattle, WA

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