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Nutty Squirrel Gelato

7212 Greenwood Ave N


Tolga and Alev Seymen and their son Atlas have been residents of Phinney Ridge for eight years. In August, they opened Nutty Squirrel Gelato at 7212 Greenwood Ave. N. As Tolga explains, “Nutty Squirrel is a small family business with one goal: to share our love of gelato with our friends and neighbors. Our shop is a place to celebrate our local culture and support the community .” The Seymens enjoy how connected the neighborhood is and have jumped right into all the community events and activities. In fact, they even planned their shop opening to coincide with PhinneyWood Summer Streets! And if you happen to be in the Maple Valley area, visit their original location, winner of Evening Maga- zine’s Best of Western Washington 2014 best ice cream shop.



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Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery

8570 Greenwood Ave. N

“The people make the place,” said Lyndsay Gordon, Board Member of Flying Bike Cooperative Brewery. Flying Bike is a member owned and operated brewery which opened its doors August 15, 2015. Kevin Forhan, one of Seattle’s award winning brewers, joined Flying Bike as head brewer. “He’s the perfect fit for who we are,” said Lyndsay, "a man passionate about collaboration and innovative brews." Kevin hosts a Brewer’s Table for homebrewers on the third Wednesday of the month, offering brewing advice and insights about his newest creations. Members of Flying Bike can enter beer brewing competitions; the winner’s brew is then scaled up and poured at the brewery. Tess, Scott, and Ryan are their beertenders—they’re friendly, enthusiastic and active in engaging Flying Bike members in creative ways. Ryan started the Run Club, which meets every Wednesday at 6:30 pm at the brewery, then goes on a one, three or five mile run before coming back to enjoy a celebratory pint. Flying Bike members also nominate up to three non-profit charities for their charitable giving program.





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