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Madison Park's Belle Epicurean; A La Bonne Franquette; Zaw

A handful of new restaurant projects opened their doors on Friday...

Madison-Park-Blogger.JPGMADISON PARK—The new Belle Epicurean location is softly open and serving pastries, sandwiches and other assorted sweets beloved at the original downtown address. However owner Carolyn Ferguson tells Madison Park Blogger that the separate space on the east side of the building will house a new concept: a very on-trend retail operation. The space will be called Provisioner, and will sell dough, cake mix, condiments...and wine. The space is also available for private events. [MPB]

MT. BAKERSeattle Mag notes that Mt. Baker bistro A La Bonne Franquette also opened its doors last week, as promised. Chef Hamed Elnazir and wife Pascale Brochier bring an African-influenced French bistro to a neighborhood eager for more restaurants. [Seattle Mag]

WALLINGFORDWallyhood says that the latest location of Zaw Artisan Pizza opened for business over the weekend. The pizza chainlet took over a former 7-11 store, and will sell growlers of Manny's in addition to the regular pizza and salad menu. [Wallyhood]

[Photo: Madison Park Blogger]

Belle Epicurean

3109 E. Madison St., Seattle, WA

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