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Whoa: Jackson's Catfish Corner Returns to Central District Roots

South Seattle's loss is the Central District's gain Can't keep a catfish down: Come November 1, Jackson's Catfish Corner will once again have a new address. Yes, it's reopening at 123 21st Ave in the Central District, near the intersection with Yesler — just a few blocks from its original home. It will replace the G.R.E.A.N. House Coffee and Cafe, a community kitchen and cafe run by the nonprofit Clean Greens.
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