In Food News: Four New Pioneer Square Places, Good-Bye to the Erotic Bakery, and Tons More

Openings, Closings, and Eater's Digest

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1
Great review of Schilling Cider in Fremont. I've been there for three events, always busy, the 24 different ciders on tap and hundreds in the cases are a good selection and the growlers for take home are fun,

Picked up a growler of Wandering Aengus' Bloom & another one and can't complain!
2
611 Supreme is really closing? Sad.
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Oh also, from the creators of the popular Green Leaf, Alicia Fusion Bistro opened up in Madrona.
4
611? Bummer. I used to live around the corner. That whole block is going to pot.
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@2 and 4: It closed way back in May, no real reason given... sad, right?

http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2014/0…

@3: Thanks! Have you been in?
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@3 Alicia Fusion Bistro is probably best placed in Leschi, it's where Sabai Thai used to be, and before that Ruby's. Next door to Daniel's Broiler at the marina. I haven't been in yet, but I'm looking forward to checking it out.
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I so miss the old Canterbury, the real one - not this fake/upscale/$18 for fish and chips joint. So the new chef booked after a month? Not a good sign.

I'd do anything to go into the old Canterbury (with my dog, which they allowed), order a stiff drink, a really good breakfast (they rocked) and relax in a non-hip, non-"new Seattle" scene. All of the good old places are almost gone - just a few are left.

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Big Chickie, in Hillman City, opened last night and promptly sold out of all their chicken by 8:30p! Also just down the block, La Isla de Mojito opened last week, no liquor license yet.
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American Pie in Georgetown closed but the world famous Zippy's Giant Burgers is opening a second location in it's place!
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It's sad that the Erotic Bakery closed.
But----yowza!! Check out KellyO's birthday cake!!
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Holy shit, Zippy's in Georgetown ?!?! Best. news. ever.