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  1. Hi Jason, I got your message and replied to it. I'll stop by this week and say Hi. Peace, Larry Delivery and the Pizzerias. Only 13" and 17" pizzas are available at the pizzerias. (BTW larry, I just sent you a message. Please email me if you didn't get it.) ~J ←
  2. When i get my tax refund I'll have to go to Costco and get a day pass.
  3. Thanks, I'll check them out (I don't think Dr. Stein's is actually bagels either, just similar dough).
  4. Does this apply to delivery or is it just walk in? ← In the very first post Fay Jai wrote delivery, too. I assume that still stands with the extension of the discount to all sized pies. ← Thanks, I guess I read his post too fast.
  5. Does this apply to delivery or is it just walk in?
  6. Does anyone know of any place in or near Seattle that sells Dr. Stein's Bagel Dogs (especially Jumbo Polish Dogs)? The store I used to buy them at went out of business.
  7. I'm disappointed at the reviews I've read so far of Loki. The hamburgers at Ebb&Flow/Jitterbug/Beeliner Diner were amazing!
  8. I have been laid up in the hospital since last July. Anything new going on in Wallingford? Did anything take the old Ebb & Flow Space? Is Wallingford Pizza House still open?
  9. Put it on the menu and I'll be there opening day.
  10. I haven't been to By' since sometime in the 80s and I'd love to go, but my friend, who is driving, would never get a hamburger he'd pay less than $7 for.
  11. A friend of mine wants to go to a store in Georgetown and we want to get lunch down there. What is the opinion on Muy Macho, Calamity Jane's, or Smarty Pants (or is there someplace better). We will be dressed extremely casual.
  12. A jamba Juice, along with a starbucks, has moved into the new condo at 45th & Stone Way (across from the Blue Star). C'mon Wallingford, get something good. At least an Ezell's, a Red Mill, or Pizza by the slice.
  13. Unfortunately I shop at the QFC on 45th in Wallingford, which might be the worst QFC there is. I should just take the bus down to the Market. I didn't realize that the place on Roosevelt was still open.
  14. I think the Ebb & Flow space is just a bit too cramped to be both a bar and a restaurant. Either rip out the bar and make it a straight up diner or to go place, or rip out the kitchen and make it just a bar. I will miss Ebb & Flow for its great breakfasts and burgers (I never got around to going for dinner) and the neighborhood could sure use a good diner type restaurant (something the Rusty Pelican and Blue Star are not). Wallingford seems to be set on various ethnic foods. An independent burger place or pizza by the slice place would benefit people who just want something quick before a movie or on their way home from work. I would also like a good deli where I can by cold cuts and cheese. I wanted to buy some good Bologna and Cotto Salami to make sandwiches today (I didn't want to have to take a bus to another neighborhood, and my only choice was QFC, which only had Oscar Meyer and Kroger (I bought neither). Now that Chutneys has moved into a larger space in the Wallingford Community Center and the old Beso Del Sol and Ebb & Flow spaces are free, there are now three empty restaurants on 45th within six short blocks.
  15. Besides Salumi, where can I find the best deli meats/cold cuts in Seattle? I am looking for more than what you typically find at QFC or Safeway. I would like to find German bologna and Cotto and other meats for a friend's hoagie party. I don't have a car and live in Wallingford, so the closer to me the better.
  16. Wallingford News: A Starbucks is opening up at the NW corner of 45th & Stone Way in the new condo. The old Beso Del Sol space has a "For Lease" sign up so maybe a new restaurant is not out of the question. I talked to nancy leson about the Ebb & flow spot and she is going to talk to the owners about my idea to open a Red Mill or something similar there.
  17. Just wondering if anyone has seen pork chop sandwiches on any Seattle menus.
  18. A couple hours ago Nancy Leson called me (to ask my permission to use my name in an upcoming article) because I asked a question on the status of Ebb & Flow. She told me that the proprietor came to the realization that the space is too small to turn a profit. They were leasing space from the guys at Chow Foods, who came to the same realization when they operated the Beeliner Diner. They are going to put up the building for sale.
  19. Pancake Chef may be to far to ride a bus from Wallingford but I'll give the Original Pancake House a try.
  20. Does anyone know anywhere that serves silver dollar pancakes in Seattle?
  21. Have you been to Ballard lately? Seen all the 5 or 6 story condos going up? Townhouses squeezing out the old houses? ← True, but except for Denny's they seem to be leaving the restaurants alone.
  22. Ebb & Flow's phone number is disconnected. Not a good sign. I am guessing the rent must be too high, which means I expect in the next year everything on the block to be torn down and a condo to arise in it's place (with a lot of empty, over priced retail space). It's too bad, I thought the food at E&F was always good and Saturday and Sundays the place was always packed. Though I often tried, I never was able to go there for dinner. (Semi-related: I was eating dinner at The Wallingford Pizza House the other night and heard the owner say he wasn't sure if he was going to renew his lease (I am assuming it is going up). The Wallingford Pizza House is smack dab between the two screens of the Guild 45th, and across the street from Ebb & Flow, and is often packed by movie comers and goers. I fear there are too many changes for the worse coming to Wallingford. I am beginning to wish I moved to Ballard.)
  23. I haven't. I'll see what i can find on the web. Thanks.
  24. Anyone know when Ebb & Flow opens for dinner? I swear it used to open at 5pm, but it's not anymore. I can't find any up to date information on the web (even their phone number is listed wrong). I really want a good burger for dinner tonight in Wallingford (where I live without a car). Blue Star's burgers are OK, but $15 (including tip & tax) is way overpriced for what they serve.
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