West Seattle restaurant updates: Revo mural, Spring Hill changes

September 30, 2008 at 9:04 pm | In Luna Park, West Seattle news, West Seattle restaurants | 12 Comments

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We showed you this mural while it was in progress on the south side of Cafe Revo (Italian restaurant taking over the ex-Murphy’s space on Avalon in the Luna Park business district); now artist Glenn Case is officially done, and Revo’s Sofia Zadra Goff tells us they gave the mural a name: Zetta, the middle name of Sofia’s greatgrandmother. We also peeked into the under-construction restaurant space, where the bar’s being built out of a single piece of wood:

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Revo’s hoping to open around November 1st. Meantime, we got e-mail late today from Spring Hill in The Junction, wondering if we would share some news, and since we know how you all love restaurant info, we’re happy to oblige:

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That’s the cover of the late-night happy-hour menu that Spring Hill is launching next Tuesday, according to the note from proprietors Mark and Marjorie Fuller, who add: “Also, beginning November 2nd we will be opening at 5:15 pm rather than 5:45 pm for fall/winter. One last note: Brunch is coming soon! We are hoping to start brunch the end of November/early December. We would like to extend our thanks to all the people who have supported spring hill restaurant and look forward to seeing you all soon!”

12 Comments

  1. AMAZING mural! Can’t wait until Revo opens!

    Comment by JenV — 9:08 pm September 30, 2008 #

  2. Another excellent mural for West Seattle.

    I think it’s time to start documenting the public art in our neighborhood.

    FWIW, does anyone know if there are any plans for public art in Morgan Junction? Seems like the only major area without any identifiable landmarks…let’s make one!?!

    Comment by Roger — 9:46 pm September 30, 2008 #

  3. That is a great mural!

    Also, always love news of a late night happy hour.

    Comment by k — 9:48 pm September 30, 2008 #

  4. looking fwd to Revo! Hopeful that Spring Hill’s pricing comes to earth.

    Love that we have dining choice in WS!!!! (and more keeps coming)

    Comment by BB — 10:10 pm September 30, 2008 #

  5. M-Junction has the mural on the back of the Starbucks/Abbondanza/etc. building … the Morgan Street Market. There’s bound to be something in the future park by B-Place Pub, too …

    Comment by WSB — 10:28 pm September 30, 2008 #

  6. wohoo! more late night places! I love the places we have now, but you only have 3 options at the junction past 10pm now.

    Comment by B — 10:59 pm September 30, 2008 #

  7. Wow! The mural is fun, zesty and beautiful. Nice goin! Can’t wait for the grand opening.

    Comment by Dan — 6:35 am October 1, 2008 #

  8. Hey,

    That’s Sarah Palin!…..hmmmm…delivering pizzas…hmmmmmmmm

    Comment by cruiser — 7:30 am October 1, 2008 #

  9. SO EXCITED for Cafe Revo!!! Love the mural.

    Comment by Traci — 7:54 am October 1, 2008 #

  10. really looking forward to brunch at Spring Hill !

    Comment by karen anne — 9:47 am October 1, 2008 #

  11. Can’t wait to celebrate my November birthday at Cafe Revo!

    Yea!

    Comment by Alexia — 9:49 am October 1, 2008 #

  12. FYI It is not true that during high winds, the skirt on the mural at Café Revò blows up in the girl’s face. We consider that, but it could have been too much of a distraction for passing motorists. On the other hand, “Zetta” will always be “zestful on her Vespa,” in keeping with the resturant’s goal of being a happy place for West Seattle folks to gather, no matter what the weather!

    Comment by Nonno at Café Revò — 12:45 pm October 2, 2008 #

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