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Capitol Hill's Chophouse Row Project Is Delayed, Along With Its Accompanying Restaurants

The target opening is now early 2015.

Chophouse Row
Chophouse Row
Dunn + Hobbes

The completion of the Chophouse Row development -- one of the most exciting developments on Capitol Hill if you're the type of person who gets excited about new restaurants -- has been pushed back due to construction delays, reports Capitol Hill Seattle:

Developer Liz Dunn tells CHS that construction delays and issues with street work in the area have pushed the project back from its planned fall 2014 opening to a debut in early 2015.

Leasing materials for Chophouse Row now advertise a February 2015 move-in target.

The 11th and Pike project is being developed by Liz Dunn, of Melrose Market fame. Originally scheduled to open this fall, the building will house a whole bunch of exciting restaurants and food-related businesses, including Volunteer Park Cafe chef/owner Ericka Burke's Chop Shop Cafe & Bar and Chop Shop Juice and Provisions, Kurt Timmermeister's Kurt Farm Shop, and a second outpost of Bar Ferd'nand from Matt Dillon, and a two-level cafe and bakery called Amandine from Bruce and Sarah Naftaly.

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