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Apr 18

April 18, 2018

Lunchbox Lab Comes to Green Lake

By Megan Hill Lunchbox Lab has replaced Greenlake Bar and Grill. The two franchises are run by John Schmidt, who hopes the change to Lunchbox will boost sales in the space. As with other locations (often called Lunchbox Laboratory rather than the shortened Lunchbox Lab), this outpost focuses on sauces made on-site, boozy Snoqualmie Ice Cream shakes, and weekly experiments like burgers or sandwiches including Nashville hot chicken on a biscuit bun as well as rotating mac and cheese options. Green Lake’s Lab is…

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Apr 11

April 11, 2018

New Life, Future for SPUD Fish & Chips in Green Lake

By Ashli Blow  Another Seattle institution faces demolition to make way for an apartment building, but in a rare twist of the many stories of rapid city development, it will actually save — rather than end — a small family business. Spud Fish & Chips has served up delicious hand-cut cod, fried food and chowder in the Green Lake community for decades. Brothers Jack and Frank Alger opened the business in Green Lake in 1959, nearly two decades after opening their…

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Feb 7

February 7, 2018

Lunchbox Laboratory to Replace Greenlake Bar & Grill

By Lynsi Burton A Green Lake institution is closing, but transforming to a burgeoning Seattle-area brand. Greenlake Bar and Grill at 7200 East Green Lake Drive North, will serve its last burgers Feb. 11. Then its sister brand, LunchBox Laboratory, will open in its place in March. John Schmidt, CEO of both the Neighborhood Bar and Grill and the LunchBox Laboratory franchises, says that the makeover is an effort to boost sales at the Green Lake location. After 17 years of serving…

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Oct 11

October 11, 2017

Fall Flavors in Green Lake

Fall is officially here, and with the cold, rainy days ahead we need some delicious food and beverages to both keep us warm and excite our taste buds. Hop around to the different restaurants – high-end and fast-casual alike – throughout Green Lake to get a taste of their fall flavors! Sip on craft brews and savor some delicious pub food at Latona Pub. The Winter Duck Salad will hit the spot for fall goodness; arugula topped with Sonoma duck…

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Sep 12

September 12, 2017

What’s That Delicious Smell? Bongos Café

By Ryan Murray There’s an oasis in North Seattle, and it used to be a gas station. Now, it’s a faux-seaside resort complete with margaritas and a sandy beach, removing you nearly entirely from busy Aurora Avenue North just over the walls. Bongos Café serves up Caribbean sandwiches that are among the best in the city. With all due respect to competing sandwich shops Paseo and Un Bien, Bongos is a more affordable, leisurely option than either of those other…

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Aug 16

August 16, 2017

Latona Pub Celebrates 30 Years

By Tan Vinh Bars come and go; few make it to 30 years like Latona Pub. Through all the drinking trends and gastropubs, Latona Pub hasn’t so much adapted to the changing times as it has remained true to its calling: Microbrew is its thing. It was an early supporter of the local-beer movement when you could count the number of microbrews on one hand. It was the first to introduce a then-obscure pale ale called Manny’s to the Seattle…

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