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All You Can Eat | Din Tai Fung opening in Bellevue: xiao long bao fans rejoice. Soup dumplings are coming to Bellevue.

Bars with Outdoor Seating! Also: A/C and Ice Cream | Slog | The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper.

Curio Confections Re-Opens Tomorrow | Slog | The Stranger, Seattle’s Only Newspaper.

Oh Fuck, Not the Buck: Historic Fremont Tavern to Close in September – Seattle Restaurants and Dining – Voracious. NO!

Wheeling to winery country: A scenic ride with a fruitful stop. Bicycling from the Burke-Gilman to Redhook, my sort of trip.

Seattle’s Top Five U-Pick Berry Farms – Voracious.

· comments [4] · 08-2-2010 · categories:links · seattle ·

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  • 1 just barrie // Aug 2, 2010 at 8:34 am

    we just went to Sakuma Brothers for our blueberry/tayberry picking! it’s in Skagit, so we spent the rest of the day driving along Chuckanut Drive, stopped in the cutest town called Edison where every store on their tiny block was more charming than the next – especially Breadfarm, Slough Foods and The Lucky Dumpster. then we went to Skagit River Ranch’s actual farm for a little tour, cooed over the baby goats and to buy the meat right off the land itself. finally, back to home to can our goods and bbq our meat! it was such a great day!

  • 2 pam // Aug 2, 2010 at 1:26 pm

    we live near the ding tai fung in LA and go almost once a week. the dumplings are amazing!

  • 3 Desiree // Aug 2, 2010 at 2:17 pm

    You are going to LOVE Din Tai Fung. When I go home to Los Angeles this and In’N’Out are my only automatic and completely necessary food outings. Soup dumplings are fun, but don’t let the novelty pull you away from trying everything else on the menu.

  • 4 Jen // Aug 2, 2010 at 6:31 pm

    I didn’t know Ding Tai Fung was a chain until now, but we have one in Toronto, too.

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