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Kombucha Cafe Coming to Central District; Hollywood Tavern's Murder Mystery Dinner

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CENTRAL DISTRICT — A new kombucha cafe is planning to open at 21st and Union, reports Capitol Hill Seattle. The cafe, from the owners of CommuniTea Kombucha, is carving out a space for a cafe and production facility inside the Central Cinema building. The cafe should be open sometime "in the coming months" and will offer snacks, beer, and kombucha on tap. [CHS]

WOODINVILLE — The Hollywood Tavern is hosting an interactive Murder Mystery Dinner Theater event on St. Patrick's Day, March 17. The evening includes a three-course dinner and the murder-mystery show. Tickets for the 7 p.m. event are available online. [EaterWire]

DENNY TRIANGLE MistralKitchen is unleashing a slew of new spring and summer cocktails. Each are $12, but they drop to $8 during happy hour from 4 to 6:30 p.m. Ingredients of note include basil plum syrup, Mancino Bianco vermouth, Pur Williams Pear Liquor, Cadamaro, Pimento Dram, and Bonal. [EaterWire]

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