Weekly Recap: Seattle's Biggest Food News

By Leslie Kelly  |  May 16, 2014
Credit: Leslie Kelly

Talk about some feel-good news, we're excited to read a popular chef has found a new kitchen, and that the delicious empire building continues for Matt Dillon, Charles Walpole, pictured on the right, and Ethan Stowell, whose fish-and-chips shop launched in Ballard. Also: a beloved brick-and-mortar sandwich shop decides to take it on the road with a new food truck. Grab a cup of coffee or a cocktail and read on.

Cormac Mahoney in as new chef at Canterbuy Ales (Eater Seattle)

Bar Ferd’nand II, Le Gourmand bakery and cafe project part of Chophouse plans (Capitol Hill blog)

New food truck pod setting up near Seattle Center (Seattle Times All You Can Eat blog)

Booming Bavarian beer hall will soon have an outdoor beer garden (Puget Sound Business Journal)

Tat's Deli is launching a food truck (Seattle Met)

10 Things You Need to Know About Babirusa (Seattle Magazine)

Chippy's Fish & Drink Launches This Week (Zagat Seattle)

Fast Food Workers Step Up Campaign for $15 Minimum Wage (KOMO news)