October 18th, 2010 by Thea
Of the more than 100 restaurants featured in Seattle Restaurant Week, which runs through Thursday, October 28 (excluding Friday and Saturday), 13 can be found right here in Queen Anne.
Seattle Restaurant Week participants offer $25 three-course dinner meals and some offer $15 three-course lunch meals, Sunday through Thursday. Check out the options on the hill:
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January 21st, 2010 by Thea
GoTime.com, a national online happy hour guide, has come up with the best happy hours in Upper and Lower Queen Anne, naming Paragon the king of the top of the hill, and Peso’s the ruler of Uptown.
Using user-generated voting, GoTime created a top ten list for happy hours all over Seattle, organized by neighborhood.
They also combined the data from all the neighborhoods to create one massive Top 100 happy hour best-of, in which Peso’s came in fourth for the whole city, after Umi Sake House in Belltown, and The Hi-Life and Matador in Ballard. Check out the picks for the top Upper and Lower Queen Anne happy hours, or join in and cast your vote here.
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October 29th, 2008 by Cory Bergman
A settlement has been reached in the lawsuit between Peso’s on lower Queen Anne and Matador. The lawsuit claimed that the owner of Matador, who is a former bartender at Peso’s, stole the restaurant concept and profited.
The settlement requires a change in the menu and an overhaul in the decor. Daniel Woo, the attorney for Peso’s, tells the Ballard News Tribune that the sconces must come down as well as the ceiling tiles at the Market St. location. The votive candles need to go and any “Day of the Dead” decor is banned. There is also a monetary settlement that Woo says could be more than $100,000.
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