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Ballard Restaurant News Roundup – Mid-February

Work seems to be starting in the space next to the Ballard Loft. The liquor license application in the window says that the Ballard Pizza Company is moving in.

A neon orange stop work order is taped to the window at the Ballard Po’ Dog location. Looks like we’ll be waiting a bit longer for the restaurant/dance club complex to open.

The Stranger makes a visit to Belle Clementine for a communal dinner.

My Ballard reports on Ballard’s growth as the apparent center of Seattle’s brewery universe.

After 27 years, Le Gourmand and Sambar will close this summer. J and I will be dining there sometime before the June 2nd deadline. Eater Seattle breaks the news.  My Ballard has a bit more coverage.  Nosh Pit’s take on the unexpected closing. Finally, Eater Seattle has the scoop on the market price for Le Gourmand’s Market Street location.

The Washington State Farmer’s Market Association names Ballard Farmer’s Market one of the best in the state.

Seattle Weekly’s Voracious has a cocktail at Bitterroot BBQ,  dinner at Jhanjay Vegetarian Thai, and  noodles at Root Table.

Seattle Met’s Sauced blog talks to The Walrus and The Carpenter’s bartender about her signature drink.

Sauced also highlights Urban Family Public House’s long list of rotating beers.

Streetzeria, a pizzia food cart, takes up residence on the corner of 24th and Market.

The Amber Den, on the corner of 17th and 56th is now open. According to the menu posted at their door, they offer a handful of small plates, local beer, and red and white wines on draft.

Finally Ocho, one of our top ten  Ballard restaurants, gets some national attention in Travel & Leisure’s “What to See and Do in Seattle, Washington”. Thanks to Eater Seattle for the head’s up about this article.

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