Scoop Blog Archive / April 2013

Coyle's Bakeshop, a Pastry Pop-up, Debuts at Book Larder in May

Rachael's Bakeshop is coming!

I think it's safe to say: Pop-up restaurants are the new food trucks. Read more »

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Jonathan Adler to Open at University Village

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The future of shopping at Jonathan Adler is so bright, you've got to wear your big Jackie O shades

Great news for the interior design obsessed. Jonathan Adler, the master of mood-elevating decor options is bringing his business to Seattle in a stand-alone store at University Village. An opening date is set for June. More details to follow.

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Updated: A Sneak Peek at our Second Annual Food Establishment List

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Leslie Kelly
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Filmmaker David Lynch with Top Pot's Mark Klebeck

Have you seen the April issue of Seattle magazine yet? Drool!!

Not only do Allison Austin Scheff and Sara Dickerman walk you through the ideal places to eat breakfast, lunch and dinner in their fun-to-read Best Restaurants coverage, there’s also the second annual Food Establishment list to devour and debate about.

Lemme tell you, this list was mighty carefully considered. Read more »

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See a New Take on Kafka, Shop Designer Leather and Other Weekend Musts

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See Kafka's 'The Trial' at Inscape

MUST WATCH
Kafka’s The Trial

Ongoing (4/5–4/28) — New Century Theatre Company is staging an appropriately claustrophobic new take on Kafka’s classic, The Trial, housed (also appropriately) in Seattle’s former INS building. Audience members are categorized and “processed” as they enter, and sit in a “jury box” to watch the unsettling proceedings. Starring veteran Seattle actors Darragh Keenan and Amy Thone, the play’s spookiest aspect is its modern day relevancy. Read more »

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Update: Pink Ginger to Open a Store-in-a-Store at Ballard Home Comforts

Pink Ginger finds a new home on Ballard Ave.

A nice update from Tina Christou, the owner of Pink Ginger, who announced her store closing last week: she’ll be sharing space with Ballard Home Comforts starting in May, right smack dab on one of the most foot-trafficked streets in town, Ballard Ave. Read more »

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