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Milk Bar’s Hyped Desserts Are Coming to Canlis

Plus the Wine Station switches to evenings only, raw oysters are making people sick, and more news

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New York sensation Milk Bar’s compost cookies and other hyped desserts are popping up at Canlis August 12.
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  • A bunch of people are getting sick from eating raw oysters at restaurants all over Seattle this summer, pointing to an unusual uptick in the Vibrio bacteria, which usually isn’t an issue in this area’s cold water. Scientists are unsure exactly what’s causing the bacteria growth, which is influenced by water temperature, salinity, and post-harvest handling.
  • Elemental Pizza in Tacoma is closing to make way for a new location of the Seattle-based Zeeks Pizza chain. The transition will take place this month, and Zeeks says it will retain all Elemental employees who want to stay on.

Elemental Pizza

2630 NE University Village Street, Seattle, WA 98105 206 524 4930

Canlis

2576 Aurora Avenue North, , WA 98109 (206) 283-3313 Visit Website

The Wine Station

2533 16th Ave S, Seattle, WA Visit Website

Momofuku Milk Bar

382 Metropolitan Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11211 718-599-1370

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