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Ballard Restaurant News – End of February

Will Louie’s be closing? Who knows? My Ballard has the news and the not so clear clarification on what’s going on.

Turns out that the Ballard Pizza Company, which is going in next door to the Ballard Loft, is the brainchild of Ethan Stowell of Staple & Fancy fame. Nosh Pit reports it will serve New York style pizza.

Ethan Stowell and Staple & Fancy are up for a James Beard Award as Best Northwest chef.

The Daily Meal names The Walrus and the Carpenter one of its top 101 restaurants in America for 2012.

Sauced blog suggests trying one of La Carte de Oaxaca’s rotating aqua frescas if you’re looking for a tasty non-alcoholic drink.

The Gerald, a Mad Men inspired bar located on Ballard Ave down by King’s Hardware and MacLeod’s Pub, is tentatively scheduled to open at the end of March. Nosh Pit has more details about The Gerald.

Bon Appetit magazine declares the Bacon, Oatmeal, and Raisin cookies from Hot Cakes (coming soon to Ballard Ave) as one of their Best Coffee Bar Desserts in America.

According the Ballard News-Tribune, Ballard Coffee Works is scheduled to open on March 24th in the old Tully’s space on the corner of Market and 22th.

The Stranger takes a look at The Fat Hen and the small island of restaurants on 15th and 70th.

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  1. Stacey
    March 11, 2012 at 9:02 am

    Love your blog! Just a minor correction though…at the end of this post you mention “The Red Hen” on 15th and 70th, but it’s actually called “The Fat Hen”.

    Also, don’t know if you noticed the little coffee shop on Ballard Ave that used to be called Cugini Cafe, recently changed their name to Anchored Ship Coffee Bar. Not sure if it applies to your “restaurant” concept, but their new look is quite cute and cozy.

    • March 11, 2012 at 2:19 pm

      Thanks for noticing the name mistake. I corrected it in the post. And I’ll add the name change to the Cugini Cafe to the next Ballard restaurant news post.

      I’m glad you enjoy the blog 🙂

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