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Wednesday, June 13, 2007

Dept. of Slog Tips About Kitchen Fires

posted by on June 13 at 17:21 PM

This just in…

Brasa, at 3rd and Lenora, had a pretty big kitchen fire today. Per my girlfriend, high up in the “Darth Vader” building, there was lots of dark black smoke from the exhaust vent. A call has confirmed that Brasa is closed for at least the evening.

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Yay! I've been validated by the Slog!

/figured someone would be interested in the possible demise of one of Belltown's few gay-operated restaurants. and it ruined my happy hour.

Posted by LT L | June 13, 2007 9:26 PM

When a pizza oven chimney catches fire, what does that say about one's pizza? As for a root cause. It's obvious. ETA.

Posted by kinaidos | June 13, 2007 9:26 PM

I heard one of the employees was illegally popping microwave popocorn!

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