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Brass Tacks' New Food Truck; Marination Heads South

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COLUMBIA CITY— Southenders now have a Marination Mobile day to call their very own. The aloha-spreading food truck is setting up shop in Columbia City on Saturdays from 11 am to 2 pm beginning this Saturday (and all consecutive Saturdays) at Rainier Ave. S. and Angeline. Best to follow "Big Blue" online to keep track of its travels. [EaterWire]

GEORGETOWNBrass Tacks, the new shiny bar in Georgetown, is planning to start a food truck that will serve an extension of their menu, including brisket mac and cheese and wings. And, according to Nosh Pit, pork fries, which are really just fry-sized heart-attacks disguised as roast pork belly that's been wedged, egg battered, and fried. [Seattle Met]

SOUTH LAKE UNIONFlying Fish is back to serving lunch after a few months of downtime to revamp their menu. They're now back to regular programming, Monday through Thursday from 11:30 am to 2:00 pm, in addition to dinner and oyster happy hour. [EaterWire]

Flying Fish

300 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109 206 728 8595

Brass Tacks

488a Hayes Street, , CA 94102 Visit Website

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