Spazzo Italian Grill, a longtime Bellevue restaurant on the top floor of the Key Bank Building, will close May 27. According to Bill Schwartz...
Spazzo Italian Grill, a longtime Bellevue restaurant on the top floor of the Key Bank Building, will close May 27.
According to Bill Schwartz, chairman and founder of Schwartz Brothers Restaurants, the building has been sold and the new owners want to convert the ninth-floor space into offices. Spazzo opened in 1992, replacing Benjamin’s. A Schwartz Brothers restaurant has occupied the space since 1979.
President Lindsey Schwartz said the company is considering other opportunities in the Seattle and Eastside markets. Meanwhile, they’re hoping to place Spazzo employees in other company businesses.
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Family walk to raise money for charity
The Assistance League of the Eastside will hold its second annual Pound the Pavement family-fun walk at 10 a.m. May 15 at Redmond Town Center. Registration for the 2.7-mile walk, which begins and ends at the shopping mall, begins at 9 a.m.
Proceeds benefit Operation School Bell, which provides children in the Lake Washington, Northshore and Bellevue school districts with new clothes, dental kits, coats and shoes. Operation School Bell serves more than 2,100 children annually.
Adult entry fee is $25, youth, $15. A $50 family rate is available.
For further information call 425-556-5106 or go to www.Eastside.AssistanceLeague.org online.
City cable channel to air arts programs
Redmond residents can now tune to Redmond Cable Television (RCTV) for a variety of performing-arts programs, including the Classic Arts Showcase and replays of the Redmond Winter Performance Series and Arts in the Park concert performances.
RCTV cablecasts more than 15 hours of performing-arts programs each day on Channel 75. RCTV was the first cable-access program in the state to offer Classic Arts Showcase, which features a spectrum of classic-arts performances, classic films and documentaries. The city has been presenting the program since 1996.
Seattle Times Eastside bureau