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Ship Canal Grill offering $12 for $25 worth of Food and Drink via LivingSocial Ending Soon

Usually I think it’s probably quite tacky to post coupon or deals on a forum but I figured this is a local restaurant and folks may want to try to support local businesses. A coupon definitely helps sweeten the deal when trying to contribute our local neighborhood economy.

So here it is. LivingSocial is offering for the next 2 days a $12 for $25 coupon good for food and drink at Ship Canal Grill. For those of you that don’t know, Ship Canal Grill occupies what used to be Kristos at the north end of Eastlake Ave. Reviews on Yelp have been positive and can be found here.

 

Click here for the Living Social $12 for $25 Coupon.

 

Ship Canal Grill
3218 Eastlake Avenue East

Seattle, WA 98102
206-588-8885

Seattle’s Annual Lunar New Year Festival – Sat, Jan 28th!

This year is the Year of the Dragon according to the lunar calendar. Join us for a day of festivities and activities and non stop entertainment including a martial arts exhibitions, children costume parades, lion dances, and last but not least a food walk which will tantalize your taste buds with $2 tasting menus!

When:
Saturday, January 28, 2012, from 11 AM – 4 PM

Where:
Hing Hay Park, Maynard Ave S & S King St, Seattle, WA 98104

Cost:
Free admission.

Entertainment Schedule

Noon-12:30pm  Mak Fai Kung Fu Club : Opening Lion and Dragon dance
12:30-1:00pm  Kaze Daiko : Taiko Drumming
1:00-1:30pm  Northwest Wushu and Seattle Wushu Center : Chinese Martial Arts
1:30-2:00pm  Children’s Costume Parade Contest
2:00-2:30pm  Master David Leong’s Shaolin Kung Fu Academy: Lion Dance and Martial Arts
2:30-3:30pm  International Wu Dang Internal Martial Arts Academy
3:30-3:50pm  Tony Au International Lion Dance & Martial Arts

Click here for more information and a detailed schedule of events.


Public Meeting Nov 14th: NOAA Site, Skybridge, Other South End Projects

MON., NOV. 14: PUBLIC MEETING ABOUT THE NOAA SITE, A POSSIBLE EASTLAKE AVE. SKYBRIDGE, AND OTHER SOUTH END PROJECTS, 6:30-9 P.M. AT TOPS-SEWARD SCHOOL, 2500 FRANKLIN AVE. E. Hear about developers’ plans for the 8.5 acre former NOAA site (1801 Fairview Avenue E.), now zoned industrial; for a research lab and street vacation at 1150 Eastlake Ave.; and a private skybridge or public tunnel across Eastlake Ave. between two Fred Hutch buildings. Also discussed: an SPU diesel generator at 140 E. Blaine St.; improved shoreline walkway along Fairview Ave. E. south of Blaine Street with reconfigured intersection at Fairview Ave. N.; and opening up WSDOT’s gated pathway and views under and next to I-5 in the four blocks south of Colonnade Park. Questions? eastlakeseattle.org.