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SEATTLENosh Pit talks to the owners of Beanfish, purveyor of Japanese fish-shaped waffles known as taiyaki. Brother and sister team Brady and Liana Woo, who operate a little stand in the International District, say they hope to try a mobile business before going brick and mortar. Nosh Pit reports the duo envision "a very small cafe-like space, modeled after the street-food style in Japan. Of course, showcasing taiyaki." [Seattle Met]

SEATTLEWine Enthusiast has named its 100 Best Restaurants in America. What qualifies a restaurant to make this illustrious list? According to the WS website, "They serve up a true passion for presenting mind-blowing wine-and-food pairings." Washington restaurants making the cut this year: The Herbfarm, Purple Wine Bar & Cafe, Canlis, and Wild Ginger. [Wine Spectator]

PIKE PLACE MARKETTickets are now on sale for the 18th annual Sunset Supper a the Market — a chance to celebrate local cuisine and libations under the stars in the heart of the Pike Place. The popular dusk event raises money for the Market Foundation to benefit their mission to feed the hungry, care for the sick, educate kids, and find homes for those without. Highlights of this year's event include tastes from: Andaluca, Etta's, Macrina, Marche, Le Pichet, Cafe Presse, Cupcake Royale, Georgetown Brewing, Oola Distillery and Rachel's Ginger Beer. Early bird general admission pricing is $85. The price goes up to $100 after next Tuesday (July 16). [EaterWire]

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