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Little Uncle Reopens; Kau Kau Founder Dies at Age 83

CAPITOL HILLLittle Uncle reopens tomorrow (Tues) after taking an extended holiday hiatus to Thailand to do some, what else, research. The tiny Thai shack closed December 3 and will reopen at 11 am.. [EaterWire]

SEATTLEThe founder of Kau Kau has died. Seattle Weekly's Hanna Raskin reports that "Wai Chow Eng, who introduced Chinese barbecue to Seattle and helped revitalize the International District when it was stuck in a mid-century slump, died last week." [Voracious]

FREMONTSeattle Met's Kathryn Robinson is giddy over a free event that she thinks you should be giddy over, too. On Friday, "restaurant critic extraordinaire" Karen Brooks reads from her new book about the Portland restaurant scene, 'The Mighty Gastropolis,' at Book Larder. [Seattle Met]

Little Uncle

1523 East Madison Street, , WA 98122 (206) 549-6507 Visit Website

Book Larder

4252 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 206-397-4271

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