Scoop Blog Archive / February 2014

Brendan McGill Has Broken Ground on Hitchcock Deli Georgetown

By: 
Julien Perry

It won't be long before Georgetown has a new deli.

During a lunch stop yesterday at Brendan McGill's lovely Pioneer Square beer hall, Altstadt, he told me he was on his way to put paper on the windows of his current project  — a sure sign a space is in the hands of new ownership. 

"Before it was more of an agreement. Now, it's happening," he says. Read more »


Ethan Stowell's Red Cow Opens Tonight

By: 
Julien Perry

And, ladies and gentleman, that's how fast the restaurant industry works!

After just two nights of practice service over the weekend, Ethan and Angela Stowell are formally swinging open the doors to their new Madrona steak frites bistro, Red Cow (1423 34th Ave), in time for dinner tonight. Here's the menu, in case you missed it.  Read more »


La Tagueuse Élégante at Baby & Company

French artist Catharine Cary comes to Seattle to tag Baby & Company this week

Leave it to Jill at Baby & Company to import something (or someone, in this case) really cool from France and share it with us here in Seattle.

From February 11 through 13, Parisian graffiti artist and painter Catharine Cary will be tagging the walls and windows of Baby & Company with her gorgeous, elegant word art—something that the team at the store likes to think of as a “love letter” to us. Read more »

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Mossback Monday: Microsoft's New Boss, Bertha News and a Farewell to La Tienda

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Knute Berger
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Scouting Trip: It's Great Goods Galore at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show

Pillows and tea towel from Full Circle Studio, 2014 NWFGS

A whole weekend awaits, and I suggest you spend at least some of it at the Northwest Flower & Garden Show, which folds up its tent on Sunday. (For show location, hours and ticket info, visit: gardenshow.com.)

To get the biggest bang for your show buck, it pays to have a plan. Say, doing a display garden stroll, followed by an expert seminar, a nosh at the cafe and, finally, a shopping spree. Or, just spend all day shopping the show's 350-plus exhibitor booths. Read more »

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