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Bar Code Closed in Bellevue; Homegrown Expands to San Francisco

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BELLEVUE—Cocktails are no more at Bar Code in Bellevue, which served its last drinks over the weekend. The lease was up on the space, and the owners are selling all equipment and glassware. [EaterWire]

SAN FRANCISCO—Seattle-based sustainable sandwich chain Homegrown is planning its first out-of-state stores, with four locations planned this June around the San Francisco Bay Area. The business was started in 2009 and prides itself on the use of local ingredients; it'll source from Northern California purveyors for the San Francisco shops.  [EaterWire]

EVENTWIRE—Four Seattle nonprofits have created a new dine-out event called Nom Nom, a one-day fundraiser benefiting Pike Market Child Care and Preschool, Beecher’s Pure Food Kids Foundation, Green Plate Special, and Upower. Nom Nom takes place February 25 at more than two dozen Seattle-area restaurants. Many chefs have also created healthy, kid-friendly menu items for the event. [EaterWire]

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