Favorite buildings coming Monday, Sept. 26

Posted on September 23rd, 2011 by Editor


We’ve extended the deadline for the list of your favorite buildings to Sunday night and will post the results Monday, Sept. 26.
The Queen Anne View still wants to hear from you! If you like last century’s classics or more modern designs, let us know. Pick your favorite, be it glassy office tower, a monolithic apartment building, a library, a Neoclassical academia or a Gothic-influenced church let us know. The View will have a “Most Beautiful Home” listing soon. Send your votes to tips@queenanneview.com.


  • Seems like the new editor is doing ‘bigger’ and less frequent stories. I’d like to see more local queen anne stories (lost dog; fire at a house on taylor etc). In the last few weeks, I’m getting less local flavour.

  • Seems like the new editor is doing ‘bigger’ and less frequent stories. I’d like to see more local queen anne stories (lost dog; fire at a house on taylor etc). In the last few weeks, I’m getting less local flavour.

  • ParentOf3

    Maybe you can go steal a pet so that they can write about something more local.

    He can’t make news happen, he can only report it.

  • ParentOf3

    Maybe you can go steal a pet so that they can write about something more local.

    He can’t make news happen, he can only report it.

  • Chelsea

    I agree with you, Michael. The reporting quality and frequency has definitely gone down since Thea left. Don’t we have a new Molly Moon’s location on Queen Anne? Isn’t the “world’s best cat” reported to be missing? Here’s hoping he gets into a better groove soon.

  • Chelsea

    I agree with you, Michael. The reporting quality and frequency has definitely gone down since Thea left. Don’t we have a new Molly Moon’s location on Queen Anne? Isn’t the “world’s best cat” reported to be missing? Here’s hoping he gets into a better groove soon.

  • Upper Uptown Guy

    Some updates:

    1. As mentioned, MOLLY MOON’S is OPEN! They don’t carry the amazing ice cream sandwich their truck had: that’s only available from the truck and the Madrona store.

    2. Sezoni – which closed mysteriously ~6 weeks ago – is now open as DOMANI. The menu is slightly different, but I believe some of the people are the same.

    3. The “old Flame” will open as Mezcaleria Oaxaca. Yes, it’s the awesome people who run Oaxaca in Ballard. Here for website: http://mezcaleriaoaxaca.com/ Let’s hope we don’t have the same problem Gordito’s had moving to QA! Did I mention I also love mezcal?

    4. Bricco is re-opening (didn’t know it closed, did you?!) as LloydMartin – named after restauranteur Sam Crannell’s 2 grandfathers. Planning to feature ‘affordable and inventive’ food, Crannell hopes to open by October 1!

    As for this “Favorite Buildings” stuff, I guess my favorite building would be a restaurant.

  • Upper Uptown Guy

    Some updates:

    1. As mentioned, MOLLY MOON’S is OPEN! They don’t carry the amazing ice cream sandwich their truck had: that’s only available from the truck and the Madrona store.

    2. Sezoni – which closed mysteriously ~6 weeks ago – is now open as DOMANI. The menu is slightly different, but I believe some of the people are the same.

    3. The “old Flame” will open as Mezcaleria Oaxaca. Yes, it’s the awesome people who run Oaxaca in Ballard. Here for website: http://mezcaleriaoaxaca.com/ Let’s hope we don’t have the same problem Gordito’s had moving to QA! Did I mention I also love mezcal?

    4. Bricco is re-opening (didn’t know it closed, did you?!) as LloydMartin – named after restauranteur Sam Crannell’s 2 grandfathers. Planning to feature ‘affordable and inventive’ food, Crannell hopes to open by October 1!

    As for this “Favorite Buildings” stuff, I guess my favorite building would be a restaurant.

  • Thanks Upper Uptown Guy. I see the editor borrowed your #4 story. Maybe you can get a job on queen anne view !

  • Thanks Upper Uptown Guy. I see the editor borrowed your #4 story. Maybe you can get a job on queen anne view !


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