Ciao Thyme owners Mataio and Jessica Gillis address the crowd at their Uncommon Pairing dinner, which capped off Bellingham Beer Week last September. The company is planning to expand its use of the event room, known as Ciao Thyme Commons.
Ciao Thyme owners Mataio and Jessica Gillis address the crowd at their Uncommon Pairing dinner, which capped off Bellingham Beer Week last September. The company is planning to expand its use of the event room, known as Ciao Thyme Commons. Kevin Kelliher Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald
Ciao Thyme owners Mataio and Jessica Gillis address the crowd at their Uncommon Pairing dinner, which capped off Bellingham Beer Week last September. The company is planning to expand its use of the event room, known as Ciao Thyme Commons. Kevin Kelliher Courtesy to The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham restaurant continues to evolve through stronger community ties

July 22, 2017 12:00 PM

UPDATED July 24, 2017 03:10 PM

More Videos

  • Search resumes for lost snowboarders near Mt. Baker Ski Area

    Whatcom County Sheriff’s Deputy Mark Jilk and Joe Amancio, talk Friday, Nov. 17, about the search for Amancio's son, Jake Amancio, 22, and Drew Lenz, 20, both of Bellingham, after they didn’t return from snowboarding in the Mount Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest Sunday.