Recent Posts by Amy Haldane

Pride Matters Now More than Ever

After working in Seattle’s bar and restaurant industry for over twenty years, we’ve had plenty of occasions to see how strong and beautiful our community is, and we’ve been immensely proud to be business owners in Capitol Hill for the last five years. We remember the spontaneous block party on Pike and Pine after Obama’s…
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New Light Rail Station a Few Blocks Away—Getting to Cure is Easier than Ever

Hallelujah, it’s finally here—the long-awaited Capitol Hill Light Rail Station is open and running. It feels like the stretch of street at Broadway and Olive has been a construction zone and eye sore since time immemorial, and in terms of Capitol Hill’s constantly-changing geography, eight years is a long time. Construction on the station began…
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We’re on a 24 Hour Rosé Diet

Today (March 20) is the first official day of Spring. If you’re wondering how to greet the season, we suggest you raise a glass of rosé with us at Cure. Nothing will make you feel full of vigor, youth, and giddy joy more quickly than a pale pink glass of France’s finest--or maybe two or…
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The Commercialization of Something Priceless: Unpacking the Restaurant Industry’s Complicated Relationship with Valentine’s Day

We’re a restaurant, and we’re not going to lie--Valentine’s Day is a money-maker for our industry. Couples eager to demonstrate their affection for one another typically do it with bottles of champagne, multiple courses, rounds of exquisite cocktails, and, inevitably, a dessert with two spoons. And don’t get us wrong, Cure also love treating couples…
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