The Office of Economic Development’s Daily Digest is a daily resource for business people. Here are three of our most clicked through stories for the week of February 24.
27 SPOTS AROUND SEATTLE FOR A TASTY WORKDAY LUNCH
There are many spots in the city where you can order up a tasty and fast workday lunch to satisfy your taste buds. Drop into LunchBox Laboratory in South Lake Union to savor a Kobe beef patty with an order of tots on the side. Snag a slice of cheesy pizza at Capitol Hill’s Big Mario’s for the unbeatable price of $3 and toss in a house or Caesar salad. Lecosho in Downtown is a hidden jewel serving hefty meals such as the albacore tuna melt with Mama Lil’s pickled pepper relish and the choice of a green salad or daily soup to match.
DOWNTOWN SEATTLE’S LATEST RESTAURANT OPENING: LOULAY
One of Seattle’s first chef stars goes for a busy downtown corner where big spenders and theatergoers pop in for drinks and dinner. Chef Thierry Rautureau’s third restaurant is an energetic, glitzy, big place, with a soaring ceiling, open loft seating, and a spectacular chandelier that casts a glittery spell over the dining room. Rautureau’s team of professionals whisks by to refill wine glasses with slender plates of sunset-pink ahi tuna or a watery remoulade Dungeness salad.
THE 80-20 RULE IN SOCIAL MEDIA (Infographic)
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