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Beacon Hill Neighbors Oppose The Mighty Oak; Children's Trust Benefit

BEACON HILL—Neighborhood NIMBYs are trying to squash Lisa Jack and Mat Brooke, the owners of Capitol Hill's The Redwood from securing a liquor license and opening The Mighty Oak in a space previously occupied by a Filipino restaurant. The Oak needs letters of support from neighbors(apparently the Liquor Board will not accept emails of support). [Beacon Hill Blog]

EASTLAKE—Children's Trust Foundation hosts a five-course dinner on April 28th for $125/person and $225/couple with cooking lessons from local food writers at Blue Ribbon Cooking & Culinary Center. [EaterWire]

BAINBRIDGE—Macaron day might be over, but Hitchcock keeps the party going with this offer: "Get a free macaron with a purchase of a sandwich or deli case item!" [EaterWire]

FOOD TRUCKSeattle Met's Chris Werner brings word of a new food truck featuring crepes, Crisp Creperie Food Truck. [Seattle Met]

[Photo: Wendi Dunlap/Beacon Hill Blog]

The Mighty Oak

3019 Beacon Ave. S., Seattle, WA

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