Edmonds residents in the near future will be able to enjoy two new eateries, as Seattle-based Top Pot Doughnuts and Spud Fish and Chips are scheduled to come to the new Salish Crossing development at the corner of Dayton Street and Highway 104.
Patrick Doherty, the City of Edmonds Economic Development and Community Services Director, shared that news with the Edmonds Citizens Economic Development Commission during its meeting Wednesday, Dec. 17. Top Pot will be located at northeast corner of the Salish Crossing site, and they plan to have a mobile app so that those waiting in line for the Edmonds-Kingston ferry can order doughnuts and pick them up, Doherty said. The 20,000-square-foot Salish Crossing redevelopment of a former Safeway space is expected to be completed in spring of 2015. It will include a 10,000-square- foot multi-tenant retail market in the southern half and a 10,000-square-foot regional fine art museum in the northern half.