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Phinney Ridge Pinball Bar Powers Down This Month (and More Updates)

Parfait reopens Friday, where to eat in PDX during Feast 2017, the home of Radici is for sale, and more

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  • Closed since early August due to flood damage, Ballard ice cream shop Parfait reopens Friday, September 15. Adjacent diner Skillet remains closed with no indication of when it might reopen.
  • Feast 2017 kicks off tomorrow, September 14, in Portland, and anyone traveling to the city should make the most of their visit with this walkable downtown dining guide of restaurants near the main event, as well as this massive primer for the City of Roses’ food scene.
  • The Goat on Greenwood closes at the end of September but will seek a new home. The Phinney Ridge pinball bar has been living on borrowed time since it rose from the ashes of Stumbling Goat Bistro last November, as its building at 6722 Greenwood Ave N has long been slated for redevelopment.
  • Pioneer Square’s historic Moses Building, home to Radici Italian Eatery, is for sale, and the basement has massive potential for a future speakeasy.
  • PCC Natural Markets, the largest consumer-owned food cooperative in the U.S., has changed its name to PCC Community Markets.
  • For any health-food skeptics out there, Dueminuti, the fast-casual Capitol Hill pasta place that says its proprietary blend of flours adds up to a healthier version of hearty Italian fare, has added a classic semolina noodle recipe to the mix.

The Goat on Greenwood

6722 Greenwood Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 784-3535 Visit Website

Parfait

2034 NW 56th St, Seattle, WA 98107 (206) 258-3066 Visit Website

Radici

314 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 467-4541 Visit Website

Dueminuti

412 Broadway E, Seattle, WA 98102 (206) 397-4375 Visit Website

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