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Tom and Thierry on TV; Comet's Closure; Skipping Lines

SEATTLE— Want to know how to skip the lines at some of the more popular restaurants in the city? Seattle Met has a few tips on scoring a seat right away at Walrus and the Carpenter, Tat's Deli, Salumi and more. (Spoiler alert: basically just go on the off hours). [Seattle Met]

CAPITOL HILLThe Comet's indefinite closure (due to financial issues) maybe more definite after all. CHS reports that, according to the Comet's Facebook status, the tavern's owner secretly removed the sound system and other items of value from the venue over the weekend. The Highline, meanwhile, has stepped in to host some of the displaced Comet shows and will even host a benefit for Comet employees who are now out of work. [CHS]

SEATTLE— Tom Douglas and Thierry Rautureau will be featured in a new cooking show on KCTS called "Moveable Feast with Fine Cooking," which Tan Vinh of The Seattle Times describes as featuring "celebrity chefs shopping at butcher shops, goat farms, Chinatowns or hitting the outdoors for their bounty and then cooking at someone's house." The Tom and Thierry episode airs this Thursday at 12:30 am. Maria Hines and Holly Smith will have their turn November 28. [Seattle Times]

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