Three food and drink notes from West Seattle this morning:
(WSB file photo, north end of the market)
HOT FOOD @ FARMERS ‘MARKET: The West Seattle Farmers’ Market Management says it has Public Health in Seattle / King County Authorization to bring back hot food so vendors can cook and serve again in the market. But the rules remain – for example, the announcement says:
Buyers are not allowed to gather in front of stands to wait for orders. When you hit the market, the first thing you do is check in with your preferred convenience food supplier. If it looks like your meal is taking more than five minutes to prepare, go for a walk, do your grocery shopping, and collect your groceries on the way out. Each provider has their own method of managing the wait times that is best for their business.
And once you have your food, it’s take away time – no food or drink in the market. In addition, masks are of course still required for everyone. The Farmers’ Market takes place on Sundays from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Southwest California between Southwest Alaska and Southwest Oregon.
FREE YOGURT: EllenosThe Seattle-based company is giving away cups of its new milk and fruit yogurt at Whole Foods West Seattle (4755 Fauntleroy Way SW) on Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. They can’t just show up, however – they ask you to sign up here for a timeslot.
Liquor store: One month later Capco drinks The store’s new business has just applied for approval to overhaul the new space at 4712 42nd SW, the former subway and junction fitness spots on outer Jefferson Square next door Nikko Teriyaki.
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