Restaurant news

by | Oct 3, 2010

Here’s a roundup of tidbits from Phinney-Greenwood restaurants.
The new Olive and Grape at 8516 Greenwood Ave. N. has applied for a liquor license to sell beer and wine. And it’s started evening delivery service between 50th and 145th streets. The restaurant is also holding a contest to name the two donkeys featured in the mural on their wall. Enter the contest through Oct. 30 to win dinner for two.

One section of The Olive and Grape’s mural, painted by local artist Chrystine Westphal.
Green Bean Coffeehouse at 8533 Greenwood Ave. N. is now open until 9 p.m. on weekdays. And they’re starting an open mic night later this month. Stay tuned for more details.
Fatty’s Corner Pizzeria at 10410-A Greenwood Ave. N. is now open on Sundays, but closed on Mondays. Owner George Coromilas says Fatty’s will offer football specials on Sundays. (Disclosure: Fatty’s is a PhinneyWood sponsor.)
Let us know what’s happening at other restaurants in the neighborhood.

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