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- Marysville restaurant Buzz Inn Steakhouse denied a pregnant woman service because she was wearing a crop top (that’s a shirt, for anyone unfamiliar with a shirt), citing the “no shirt, no shoes, no service” policy. A spokesperson for the business later sent press a weak apology, saying sorry for the misunderstanding and avoiding the question of how the shirt violated the health code.
- Woodinville’s Des Voigne Cellars and B-Side Brewing, Washington’s first winery/brewery combination, is closing its brewery. Des Voigne is also phasing out its wine retail shop and its current wine selection, though the company plans to continue making new wines for wholesale.
- Amanda and Jessica Lewis, twin owners of Seattle’s Anchor End Pretzel Shoppe sandwich truck, say that Guy Fieri is actually really nice. The Lewises won their appearance on Food Network’s “Guy’s Grocery Games” and plan to put their $16,000 prize toward a brick-and-mortar in Shoreline.
- The Space Needle’s Skycity Restaurant closes Friday for planned renovations, and should reopen in stages starting in spring 2018.