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Totem Lake’s Anticipated New Restaurant Silverlake Ramen to Open April 23

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Totem Lake’s anticipated Silverlake Ramen restaurant opens on April 23rd Silverlake Ramen The Eastside is facing a solid new noodle destination. On April 23, the anticipated - a popular California-based franchise company - opens at Kirkland’s shopping mall, Village at Totem Lake. Silverlake regularly drew long lines for its

noodle soups when it opened a few years ago in Los Angeles serving a selection of tonkotsu, shoyu and garlic truffle flavored bowls with add-ons to products like ghost pepper kimchi. It eventually expanded to seven locations in Southern California and one in North Carolina.Now the restaurant is joining a growing selection of eateries on Totem Lake, including Salt & Straw, and soon on the way are fried chicken supplier Bok a Bok, Gastropub Stack 571 Burger & Whiskey Bar, and an upscale Korean grill place called ShabuGen.

HoneyHole Announces Second Central District Location HoneyHole Capitol Sandwichs Sandwich sensation is growing for the first time in its 22-year history. The restaurant, which recently underwent a change of ownership,

, will open a second location on May 31st at 1305 E. Jefferson Street in the Central District, taking over the space once occupied by Central Smoke. HoneyHole’s new outpost will be larger than the original (almost three times the size) but plans toto offer much of the same menu. Differences include a large outdoor deck and room for private dining, plus a kitchen to process catering orders. San Diego transplants Kristin and Patrick Rye had already announced expansion plans when they acquired HoneyHole in early 2021, and this is theirs Opportunity to branch out. “We can host parties, pop-ups, community events and even live music that were challenging at our Cap Hill location,” co-owner Kristin Rye said in a statement.

Washington-based Locust Cider plans new taproom and manufacturing facility in Gig Harbor Locust Cider and Brewing Company


has some important steps ahead.The growing company plans to open a new manufacturing facility and taproom in Gig Harbor, Washington, to house all canning and keg operations. With 15 locations in three states and a robust retail store, Locust has the ability to expand its cider-making capacity. The space will also have a taproom with year-round heated and covered outdoor seating and a menu. By 2022, Locust is expected to add an experimental orchard and mint farm to grow and test ingredients. In the meantime, the company’s main manufacturing facility in Woodinville will be redesigned to become more of a small batch facility.

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