Eastlake roundup: Little Water reviewed, cruise the lake and more

A few notes from around the neighborhood:

Seattle Times reviews Little Water Cantina: Providence Cicero of the Times reviewed Eastlake’s newest restaurant, Little Water Cantina, on Friday. Cicero loved the view at Little Water and most of what she ate.

Noting that chef and Little Water co-owner Shannon Wilkinson (with his wife, Laura) worked on TV’s “Top Chef,” Cicero wrote that Wilkinson “filters his love of Mexican cuisine through a TV producer’s lens. Nearly every plate is ready for its glamour shot. The best of them thrill with clean, focused flavors.” 

Read more of Cicero’s review here.

Cruise two lakes on Thursday: The Eastlake Community Council and Champagne Cruises are sponsoring a boat tour of Lake Union and Lake Washington on Thursday evening. Cost is $10 and includes appetizers by Eastlake restaurants.There will be a no-host cash-bar.

The boat, the Islander, boards at 1611 Fairview Ave. E. (see attached map) at 5:30 p.m. and departs at 6:30 p.m. It returns by 8:30 p.m.

To purchase tickets, go to Brown Paper Tickets. For more information, contact info@eastlakeseattle.org or (206) 329-5824.

Quick Stop Grocery and Deli for lease: We wrote about the sudden closure in April of the Quick Stop Grocery and Deli, 2352 Eastlake Ave. E. At the time, a sign in the window said the store would reopen soon under new management. Now, a sign at the building says it is available to lease.

Anyone interested in opening a market in Eastlake? Here’s your chance.

One thought on “Eastlake roundup: Little Water reviewed, cruise the lake and more

  1. Chandira

    5.30 departure? Not if you have a commute! I don’t get home until at least 5.45 most days. :(

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