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PhinneyWood Round-Up – June 6th – Phase 1.5, 74th Street Ale House, The Blue Glass, and City Cycle

It’s hard for us all to keep up with everything going on these days. PhinneyWood is here to help you stay up to date on some of the latest happenings around the neighborhood.

With the approval of Phase 1.5 in King County, keep an eye on your favorite neighborhood spots websites and social media pages. Expect updates to be posted for many establishments and requirements for service soon (if not already!). PhinneyWood will provide updates when we can, but the latest will still be available directly from the source in most cases.

As of yesterday, 74th Street Ale House is back open for takeout. They will be open from noon to 8pm daily with a limited selection of food, drinks, growler fills and cocktails. More information can be found on their website.

Until Juneteenth (June 19th), The Blue Glass will be donating 1% of all food sales to the Black Lives Matter Global Network.  They are currently open for takeout only, but keep an eye on their Instagram for updates.

City Cycle is preparing for when they can re-open by making sure their class schedules, procedures, and layout will maximize everyone’s heath and safety. In the meantime, they have revamped their online class format and are offering weekly memberships for their online and on-demand classes. For more information on classes, click here. They also have a handful of bikes available for rent. You can email Lyndsey.Millo@citycycleseattle.com if interested.

Have some news that you need to share with the community, feel free to reach out so we can spread the word! There is an easy online submission form here.