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CANLISWIRE— CanlisLand is now live. The restaurant's new blog, "an archive, an experiment in vulnerability, the lovechild of heatstroke and web design," is worth a bookmark. In other news, floor manager Kyle Johnson has transitioned to the service director post at Canlis. Born in 1987, Johnson is the youngest employee to hold the role. He'll be at the bar from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. on the last three Fridays in August for a meet and greet. Johnson replaces David Kim, who served in the post for seven years. [EaterWire]

MEALS ON WHEELS— Serving whoopie pies, cookie dough brownies, and bars (nothing infused with pot,) sweets truck Bake My Day rolled out last weekend. The truck will be at the Ride the Ducks pod on Saturdays through the end of August. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILL— Speaking of sweet things, Inés Patisserie opened in the Viva apartments on 11th Ave. Nosh Pit reports that the French bakery, formerly in Madison Valley, will serve seasonal tartlets, macarons, mille feuille, and more starting at 7 a.m during the week and a little later on the weekend. [Nosh Pit]
[Photo: Bake My Day/Facebook]

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