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Homegrown Expands; Melrose Market in T Magazine

KIRKLAND— Homegrown's new "sustainable sandwich shop" is now open in Kirkland. It's the local chainlet's sixth outpost; A Redmond location is also in the works. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL—Melrose Market is featured in a T Magazine roundup of Eataly-esque food halls sprouting up throughout the U.S. The article also name-checks The Source in Denver and Krog Street Market in Atlanta. Later this year, you'll be able to add Capitol Hill's Chophouse Row to the list. [T]

MEALS ON WHEELS— After two years, Toyota of Seattle is no longer hosting food trucks at their lot in South Lake Union. Where Ya At Matt's Matt Lewis tweeted the news, which also affects Snout and Co. and Crisp Creperie. [EaterWire]
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