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Midcentury is In; Restaurants Support Oso Relief

SEATTLE—Seattle Met critic Kathryn Robinson rounds up examples of Seattle restaurants nixing reclaimed wood and exposed brick for midcentury design. The "look du jour" is on full display at Ballard's The Gerald, Capitol Hill's Tallulah's, and Canlis, "the 1950 Roland Terry-designed masterpiece whose windowed edges jut out over the east slope of Queen Anne Hill." [Seattle Met]

FREMONT—Theo Chocolate is raising funds to support Oso mudslide relief efforts. Until April 19, Theo's factory retail and online store will sell raffle tickets for gift certificates to Revel and Maria Hines restaurants (Tilth, Agrodolce, Golden Beetle.) All funds will be donated to the Snohomish County chapter of the American Red Cross. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL— For its three-year anniversary Poquitos is donating half of today's sales to the Cascade Valley Hospital Foundation benefiting the Oso community. At Coastal Kitchen on April 22 from 5 to 10 p.m. $1 from every oyster purchased will go to the foundation. [EaterWire]
[Photo: Canlis/Facebook]

Poquitos

1000 E Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122 206 453 4216 Visit Website

Canlis

2576 Aurora Avenue North, , WA 98109 (206) 283-3313 Visit Website

Coastal Kitchen

429 15th Avenue E, Seattle, WA 98112 206 322 1145

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