Rachel’s Ginger Beer Gets Some Love, Kigo Kitchen Launches, and More Food News

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1. The Wall Street Journal hearts Rachel’s Ginger Beer, calling it, “...a concentrated quaff that’s fiery yet tart, and tastes as good on its own as it is does mixed into cocktails.” Good thing RGB just starting shipping nationwide.

2. Kigo Kitchen in South Lake Union is slated to officially open its doors tomorrow. The fast-casual Asian spot’s menu features build-your-own rice and noodle bowls topped with the likes of braised pork shoulder and pineapple tamarind sauce. Hours are 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. daily.

3. We’re smack dab in the middle of this year’s Dine Around Seattle. Now through November 27, restaurants around town, including Lecosho, Olivar, Cicchetti and Brass Tacks are offering $30 three-course prix fixe dinners. Check out the full list of participating eateries here.

4. Not sure if it’s good news, bad news or no news, but Canlis topped The Daily Meal’s recent list of America’s 12 Best Restaurant Bathrooms.

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