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Sushi restaurant coming soon to north Green Lake

Trattoria Cioppino (7900 East Green Lake Dr N) has closed, just nine months after opening. The Italian restaurant’s final night was on Wednesday (Feb. 29, 2012). A franchise-owned restaurant, Mio Sushi, will be going into the space. Mio Sushi is, according to its website, a ”group of locally-owned full-service Japanese restaurants that offer fresh and high-quality foods in a casual and family-friendly ambiance.” Mio’s menu is available here. Mio Sushi is now hiring for their Green Lake location. They can be reached at miointernational [at] Thanks for the tips, James, Helen and Caroline!

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Green Lake Robeks closing Monday

The Green Lake Robeks is closing its doors on Monday (Dec. 5, 2011). The smoothie shop, which opened in April, is located in the Circa Green Lake building (6900 E Green Lake Way N). Co-owner Lori Nye says that the shop just wasn’t able to make it. The landlord served a three-day notice today. “We’d like to thank everyone for letting us feed and nurture them,” Lori says, “and thanks for the new friends.”

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Phinney Market to close

The Phinney Market (5918 Phinney Ave N) will close at the end of January, according to our news partner PhinneyWood.  Read the whole story here.

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Another Green Lake business closes: “the green lake florist”

There has been lots of news this weekend about Green Lake businesses opening and closing (and, closing). Sadly, we have information about another neighborhood businesses that has closed its doors. “The green lake florist” (the name was spelled using lower-case letters), previously located at 7212 Woodlawn Ave NE, is no longer open. The shop first opened in July in a space previously used as an auxiliary computer lab by Billings Middle School. In September, the doors closed and a sign was posted that read “We are undergoing a re-organization and will be temporarily closed until further notice.” Earlier this month,…

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Green Lake’s Scratch Patch to close its doors

The Scratch Patch is leaving Green Lake for the East Side. The store, which first opened in the Roosevelt neighborhood three years ago, has been located at 6410 Latona Ave NE, across the street from Cafe Lulu and the Latona Pub, for the last 2 years. An educational and fun play space for kids, Scratch Patch’s floor is covered in 3 inches of tumbled gemstones.  Kids are invited to explore and hunt for their favorite stones, and then match them to a gemstone identification chart.  Empty bags can be purchased and filled with any stone. The Green Lake location will…

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