Scoop Blog Archive / October 2013

On Capitol Hill, 19th is the New 12th

Tallulah's will have a similar feel to Oddfellows, pictured here

As the bridge-and-tunnelification of the Pike-Pine corridor steadily pushes residents of the Hill out of the area, especially on weekend nights, businesses are branching out into other corners of the hill. We watched the wave hit the crest of the hill three years ago, leaving the Melrose Market in its ebb. Then 12th was conquered (Ba Bar, Presse & Stumptown, Von Trapp's).

Now everyone's got 19th in their sights. In the next few months, two new restaurants will open, one will expand, and a grocery will move in. Read more »

A Carole McClellan Sample Sale

Just one of the many pieces (for men and women) on super duper sale at this weekend-long trunk show

Like Halley’s Comet, a sample sale from esteemed local designer (and an Editor's Choice from our September issue) Carole McClellan doesn’t come around very often, so when it does, you should know about it and attend it. Especially if you’re a fan of McClellan’s masterful use of vintage fur, repurposed leather and rock and roll vibe. Read more »

Mudhoney Ice Cream From Full Tilt? Sweet!

Leslie Kelly
From left: Justin Cline and Mark Arm

Full Tilt's Justin Cline is a huge music enthusiast--his original shop in White Center providing a venue for local performers from the get-go--so it seems particularly fitting that he created a special ice cream as a tribute to grunge icon Mudhoney's 25th anniversary. Read more »

SOLD OUT! Dillon, Wetzel Team Up to Fete Noma Chef's Book Launch

Occidental Square will be transformed for a night of feasting with Noma's Rene Redzepi and chefs Blaine Wetzel and Matt Dillon

UPDATE: Lara Hamilton just got in touch to tell me that, five hours after tickets went on sale, this event is officially sold out. Woah. Read more »

Mossback Monday: Tacoma Ordered to Pay $242,000 to Cyclist, Bezos Versus and Downtown Crime

Knute Berger