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Curbed and Eater sites have expanded to Seattle

April 28th, 2011 · No Comments

Have you checked of the new-to-Seattle Curbed and Eater websites yet?

Curbed first launched in 2004 in New York, and soon its snarky style of covering real estate and neighborhoods caught on in other metropolitan cities, and led to the mouth-watering Eater sites.

Naturally, some of us have been waiting for years for Curbed and Eater to finally reach Seattle. But now the waiting is over, after both sites launched last week.

We’re proud to say that Maple Leaf Life already has gotten plenty of link love from both, including Eater posts linking to the Cinco de Mayo party at COA Mexican Eatery & Tequileria and the much-anticipated opening of Flying Squirrel Pizza Co.

Even Curbed has found postworthy news in sleepy Maple Leaf, with links to planning a meeting for the Maple Leaf Reservoir Park’s Family Terrace and Meg Stockbridge’s resignation from the Maple Leaf Community Council Executive Board.

We’ll try to keep an eye on both sites for any references to the neighborhood, but please let us know if we miss anything.

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