Thursday, October 30, 2008

Follow-up: Suspected rapist in custody

Some good news: Looks like they found the primary suspect in the neighborhood rape and robbery last week.

Monday, October 27, 2008

Family Dining Series at Tilth

Via the Red Tricycle blog, Wallingford's Tilth is participating in the Family Dining Series, a series of family-friendly dinners organized by Red Tricycle and Future Foodies of America, a social community started by former P-I food critic Hsiao-Ching Chou. Introduce your kids to haute cuisine without feeling like you'll be cheesing off a room full of childless couples in the process.

Unfortunately, the two dates advertised in the blog entry are already full, but you can still get on the waiting list and hope that some other family's plans get derailed, and let's face it: for familes with kids, that's always a possibility.

Red Tricycle: A Moveable Feast

This week at the Guild

Thanks to ChrisB in SEA for posting these to the Wallingford flickr photo pool.

now showing, originally uploaded by ChrisB in SEA.

now showing, originally uploaded by ChrisB in SEA.

Friday, October 24, 2008

BREAKING: This week at the Guild? THE MUPPET MOVIE!

Apart from the regular films at the Guild this week (W. continues its run, and the Katrina doc TROUBLE THE WATER opens), you can bring the whole family to a special screening of THE MUPPET MOVIE Saturday morning at 11am. What's the occasion? Who knows? Who cares? It's the Muppets!

Thursday, October 23, 2008

Be on the lookout

You may have caught the news recently about the attacker who sexually assaulted a woman in her own home in Wallingford. The Seattle Police have now released security-cam photos of the suspect. If you can identify this individual, call the police at 206-684-5575, or call Crime Stoppers anonymously at 1-800-222-TIPS. Do not confront the individual if you see him, as he is presumed to be armed and dangerous.

Stay safe and use common sense, everyone. And lock your doors!

Monday, October 20, 2008

Breakfast at Molly Moon's continues, Joule turns one

According to Molly Moon's blog, the initial test of breakfast service was a success, so they'll be making it a regular feature on Sunday mornings from 9am to 2pm. Stop by some Sunday morning for oatmeal, ice cream, and Vivace coffee.

Also in foodie news: Joule turns one on Sunday, November 2, and they're celebrating with a reprise of their Urban BBQ series. See below for details, and mark your calendars for some pre-election birthday BBQ.

Joule's First Birthday
 
 
For those who love Joule, she's turning 1 year old Sunday, November 2nd 2008. Seif and Rachel would love to celebrate Joule's first birthday with everyone. 

Please come and enjoy Sunday evening at Joule, Urban BBQ style. We will have live music from 5-8pm and fun Korean party dishes like crispy short rib dumplings, Kimchi pancake, roasted pork "bossam" and kid's meal, all ranging from $5-$12. 

Thank you for wonderful first year and let's kick start the 2nd year together.

Sunday, November 2nd, 2008
4pm - close
No reservation required.

Thursday, October 16, 2008

Foodie news: Sutra, Issian

Have to admit that we haven't tried the new vegetarian place in the old Asteroid Cafe spot, but the P-I's Leslie Kelly seems pretty thrilled with what they have to offer.

We have been to Issian, the new izakaya-style restaurant in the former Chinoise spot. I would say that our verdict so far is mildly favorable—may need to go again to reach a firmer verdict. They don't have an official site yet, but they do have a blog:

Breakfast at Molly Moon's this Sunday!

When Molly Moon's first came to Wallingford, those of us who mourned the old Wally's Scoop Shop (in the space now occupied by Joule) wondered whether the new ice creamery would be able to make it through a Seattle winter once the cooler weather dampened the local appetite for ice cream.

Thus, we note that Molly Moon's is attempting to diversify their menu with an experimental breakfast offering this Sunday morning. Ice cream with oatmeal? I've certainly had ice cream with stranger things, so oatmeal doesn't actually seem like that much of a stretch. See for yourself this Sunday.
---------- Forwarded message ----------
From: molly moon
Date: Thu, Oct 16, 2008 at 2:34 PM
Subject: Breakfast at Molly Moon's this Sunday!

hello ice cream eaters!

this weekend we are having a delicious treat at
Molly Moon's -- breakfast!

we'll be serving up yummy bowls of locally grown oatmeal
with a scoop of ice cream on top and a fabulous organic
toppings bar full of fruits, nuts & spices.
we'll also be brewing vivace coffee for your caffeine fix.

WHEN: This Sunday, Oct. 19 -- 9 am to noon

this is a trial run.  if we have fun and people seem to like it,
we'll start opening with breakfast every saturday and sunday,
so bring the kids, the friends, the out-of-town guests,
and have breakfast at Molly Moon's!

see you there!

*molly

*
molly moon neitzel
Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream
1622 1/2 N 45th St. | Wallingford | Seattle

www.mollymoonicecream.com