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Community News: foreign language story time, restaurant news

June 16th, 2011 · No Comments

Here’s a short roundup of news tidbits from the neighborhood.

Polly-Glots (a Phinney Ridge-based business offering foreign language classes for children) is offering free summertime French and Spanish story times at Childish Things, 10002 Holman Road NW. Story times are from 10-10:30 a.m.: French – Tuesday, July 5 and Tuesday, Aug. 2; Spanish – Wednesday, July 13, and Wednesday, Aug. 10.

“Spoke & Food – an evening of dining & biking” is coming up again on Tuesday, June 28. Bike to a designated restaurant (including Stumbling Goat Bistro at 6722 Greenwood Ave. N.) from 5-10 p.m. and the restaurant will donate 20 percent of the proceeds to the children’s garden education program at Seattle Tilth.

The Olive and Grape at 8516 Greenwood Ave. N. is now offering some of its signature dishes for customers to take home and grill themselves.

Take home your favorites for dad or any outdoor event!

Choose from the favorites–Adana Kabab, Chicken or Beef Shish, Kofte meatballs, Lamb Cop Sis–and we’ll prep them especially for you. Then, fire up your grill and wow your guests.

Give us a call for more information: (206) 724-0272.

Fatty’s Corner Pizzeria, at the corner of Greenwood Avenue North and North 105th Street, has closed. According to Fatty’s website, the restaurant closed on May 14.

To Fatty’s customers and friends,

It is with regret that we must inform you of our closing. Our last day in operation was this past Saturday, May 14th. We appreciate your patronage and support over the past year and we thank you for making it a memorable experience for us. If you happen to find some real NY style pizza in the Seattle area, let us know and we’ll join you for a slice.

Much love,
The Fatty’s Crew

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