One of Seattle’s oldest vegetarian restaurants is shutting its doors: Silence Heart Nest has announced they’ll be closing on Wednesday.
The veggie haven has been open for 33 years, run by devotees of a guru from Bangladesh, Sri Chinmoy. It started in the U District in the mid-80s, and moved to Fremont in 2005.
“We have had such fine experiences with you,” they write. “We have seen your marriages, your children, and even your grandchildren! We are also grateful to our staff, past and present.”
The restaurant’s last day is August 14th.