by Amanda Ong
After almost seven months of in-person closure, Cafe Red in Othello reopened its doors for service in April. The return of the beloved neighborhood café comes with a new all-vegan menu, plenty of goods from local companies, and a renewed commitment to community.
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by Mark Van Streefkerk
The Georgetown Liquor Company (GLC) is one of a few long-standing pillars of Seattle’s meat-free eateries, so when the GLC announced its closing in September, the city’s plant-based community collectively lamented another loss — but not for long. Alan Threewit, co-owner of Capitol Hill’s vegan metal bar Highline, took over. He renovated the interior and debuted an all-vegan menu and selection of craft cocktails, officially relaunched on December 4 for takeout only.
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