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Tacos Chukis Is Expanding to the Central District

Plus Starbucks tests a cashless model, Original Pancake House closes, and more news

Tacos Chukis is headed to the Central District.
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Posted by Hitchcock on Tuesday, January 16, 2018
  • Starbucks is accepting only credit or debit cards and mobile payments at its coffee shop inside the Russell Investments Center downtown. The company will solicit feedback from customers throughout the pilot program and decide if it wants to expand the cashless model to other locations.
  • Crown Hill’s long-running Original Pancake House outpost, part of a Portland-based chain, has closed. The space will reopen in early April as Crown Hill Broiler.
  • When Amazon bought Whole Foods last summer, it dropped the price on a slew of items, including the ever-popular rotisserie chicken. With whole birds going as cheaply as $6.99, here’s how the grocer is meeting rising demand.

Hitchcock

133 Winslow Way East, , WA 98110 (206) 201-3789 Visit Website

Starbucks HQ

2401 Utah Ave South, Seattle, WA 98134 (206) 624-9496 Visit Website

Original Pancake House

435 South Melrose Drive, , CA 92081 (760) 758-3441 Visit Website

Tacos Chukis

219 Broadway East, , WA 98102 (206) 905-8537 Visit Website

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