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Kailash Is a No-Go; Crumpets Are Back

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PIKE PLACE MARKET—Classic market destination The Crumpet Shop reopened this morning , says Chris Werner. The shop has been closed for retrofitting since January, so let the crumpets flow. [Seattle Met]

NOWHERE—Hanna Raskin confirms what's been floating around for the past few months ? mega-exciting upscale vegetarian restaurant Kailash ain't happenin'. The restaurant reportedly had former Canlis chef Greg Atkinson, on board, but the backers got nervous and the plan fell apart. [Seattle Weekly]

GREEN LAKE—Chef and co-owner Riccardo Simeone is preparing for a soft opening over at Trattoria Cioppino. He's keeping quiet about the exact opening, but My Green Lake says "the doors will open in the next couple of weeks." [My Green Lake]

BELLTOWN—A shortage of chairs seems to plague newly opened restaurants just as much as permit and licensing issues. The Lucky Diner had to push back its opening until next week while it waits on the arrival of some furniture. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Michelle B./Yelp]

The Crumpet Shop

1503 First Ave., Seattle, WA