Daniel’s Broiler is looking to expand beyond their three restaurants. The original Daniel’s Broiler was first opened in Leschi in 1980 by the late Daniel Sandal and later was expanded to both Bellevue and Lake Union. According to the Puget Sound Business Journal article, the new location is not known yet or at least the current owners, Schwartz Brother Restaurants, are not telling but any new Daniel’s Broiler will have their famous “world-class views.”
Molly Moon’s has reopened their Madrona location after closing this past October for the winter. When Molly Moon’s opened their micro-store in Madrona last May it was an experiment. Molly Moon’s learned from their experience and have reopened the store after a mini-renovation. When Molly Moon’s originally opened they did not serve scoops due to the size of the location and limits by city regulations, but they have reconfigured the store to allow for scoops of five different flavors. Gone are the Mollipops, but now in addition to scoops you can order sundaes, milkshakes, ice cream sandwiches and more. Go visit the new improved Madrona Molly Moon’s. They are now opened daily from noon to 10 PM.
Not only does St. Clouds Restaurant have good food and fine spirits, the Seattle restaurant has great music as well. Nearly every Monday, Thursday, Friday and Saturday St. Clouds features live music. The live music sets up just to the left of the restaurant’s main entrance where it can be enjoyed by the patrons in the bar area, and also can be heard in the main dining area as well. Tom Bennett and The Rolling Blackouts are regulars on Mondays with various bands playing Thursday through Saturday. This weekend Tim McHugh plays Thursday, The Wiretappers play Friday (as they do every 3rd Friday), and Saturday is Courtney Andrews. The music usually plays from 8 PM to 10 PM. Click the link to see St. Clouds Seattle music schedule and find the best time to enjoy music, food, and drink at St. Clouds in Madrona.
I never have recovered from when Kentucky Fried Chicken moved out of their location from the Madison entrance of the Arboretum. I was only a kid when they moved, but I still refer to it as the old Kentucky Fried Chicken location. The tenant currently is Spotless Cleaners, but after so many years, a wrong is being righted with the news that Pagliacci Pizza is coming to the space.
Pagliacci Pizza needs little introduction to Seattleites. Started in 1979 in the University District which is about the same time Kentucky Fried Chicken left the location on Madison where Pagliacci is taking over.
From its new location, Pagliacci will deliver to such Seattle neighborhoods as Madrona, Madison Park, Leschi and Capitol Hill.