Matt Dillon to open Bar Sajor, London Plane in Pioneer Squareon January 3, 2013 @ 12:34 pm (Updated: 3:11 pm - 1/4/13 )
This time it's in his favorite Seattle neighborhood, known for it's brownstone courtyards and charming appeal. Dillon has always loved Pioneer Square.
"Me, growing up in Seattle, I was just kind of frustrated with it myself," he said of Pioneer Square. "I wish it was cooler, there were more things to do."
So he's a joining a bigger movement, reviving the area with two businesses of his own.
Dillon's Bar Sajor will debut this January, with London Plane to open sometime after.
London Plane is a creative space with Melrose Market merchant Katherine Anderson's flower stuff, and our pastries and bakery, Dillon told KIRO Radio's Let's Eat.
The space will be retail, with a cafe serving lunch. It's in the old Seafirst Bank of America building. Down the street they will offer a private dining space that businesses can use for meetings or small parties.
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