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OP's Sunday Chicken Dinners; Skin & Bones Retail

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NW INDUSTRIAL: Olympic Provisions NW announced the debut of a Sunday Chicken Dinner special over the weekend, featuring an upscale take on the take-out bucket of fried chicken. Every Sunday, $35 buys a family-style meal for two (or three light eaters) including one of OP's whole rotisserie chickens, iceberg wedge salads, and sides of mashed potatoes, peas and carrots, and biscuits with sweet butter. The deal is available both for dine-in and take-out after 5pm Sundays. [EaterWire]

E. BURNSIDE: Chef Caleb McBee has announced that several products off his Skin & Bones menu will soon be available for retail sale at the restaurant, including its bread, brioche, crackers, and accompaniments like potted duck, rabbit rillettes, and hedgehog mushroom ketchup. [EaterWire]

SEATTLE: The Mio Sushi train keeps on rolling: Eater Seattle reports that the local chain's second Emerald City location will soon open in the Greenlake neighborhood. The chain has six locations within Portland city limits, not including restaurants in nearly Beaverton, Aloha, and a fish market in Slabtown. [-ESEA-]

Image of Olympic Provisions NW courtesy Lisa A. via Yelp

Olympia Provisions NW

1632 Northwest Thurman Street, , OR 97209 (503) 894-8136 Visit Website