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New Senegalese Spot in Columbia City; Shabu in the I.D.

COLUMBIA CITYLa Teranga, a new Senegalese spot is open in Columbia City, says The Stranger. None other than Jill Lightner, Edible Seattle's editor, reports that the grub is good: "Senegalese food might be my new favorite kind of food." [The Stranger]

FIRST WORDSeattle Met's Allecia Vermillion says that Shabu Chic, purveyor of Japanese hot pot, will open its doors on April 6. [Seattle Met]

CAPITOL HILLArabica Lounge, the sexy coffee shop at the corner of Denny and Olive on Capitol Hill, begins dinner service this week says Capitol Hill Seattle. [CHS]

WASHINGTON BEER—If you're not a fan of college basketball but are interested in filling out brackets and voting, check out Thirsty in Seattle's Washington Beer March Madness. [EaterWire]

[Photo: Goldy/The Stranger]

La Teranga

4903 1/2 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA

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