CHS History | Dino’s debut, Chop Suey reborn, Sawant launches council campaign

Chop Suey owners Brianna Rettig (left) and Erin Carnes reopened the club this week in 2015

Here are the top stories from this week in CHS history:



Standoff at 24th and Spring in eviction of longtime Central District activist

Edie’s to close after 17 years as ‘Capitol Hill’s shoe store’



Capitol Hill Station by the numbers

Capitol Hill food+drink | First look at Dino’s Tomato Pie



Sophisticated pot cookies from Cupcake Royale owner hit Washington shelves this week

Reborn Chop Suey opens with new ownership, new look



Broadway Video presses ‘eject’ after 30 years on Capitol Hill



After 37 years, The Canterbury’s days at 15th and Mercer are numbered

Socialist Sawant makes push for Council with calls for $15 minimum wage, millionaire tax



Seattle ‘Regulatory Reform’ could push mixed-use deeper into Capitol Hill

Largest development yet planned for backside of Pike/Pine



How much for a 20-unit apartment building in the heart of Pike/Pine? $4.65 million

First (legal) distillery on Capitol Hill since Prohibition opens Friday



Capitol Hillebrity Slats is dead

Seattle to take new look at Cal Anderson surveillance cameras

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One thought on “CHS History | Dino’s debut, Chop Suey reborn, Sawant launches council campaign

  1. I almost daily walk past Chop Suey on the corner of 14th and Madison. The sidewalk outside their building is the filthiest
    in the neighborhood. To the “new” owners, please get your crew out there on a regular basis to clean it up.