The exclamation mark is part of the name! This is the franchise's first Seattle location, offering a healthier option for the downtown lunch scene (it's open during dinner hours as well). November 2 is the official opening day.
This newcomer is a departure from the Woodinville wine scene, though it does share space with a winery. Grizzly focuses on dry ciders, especially dry-hopped ciders. Here's more info from Seattle Beer News.
The fast is almost over for the opening of thejuice bar's new brick and mortar cafe. A soft opening is projected for next week with November 11 being the date for a public opening, according to Capitol Hill Seattle blog. In the meantime fresh-pressed juices and juice fasts are still available via home delivery.
While the restaurant missed its mark for the October 25 opening, owner Mathew Lewis is putting on the finishing touches and the new spot should be open any day.
Scott Carsberg: Fran’s Chocolate
The man behind Lampreia and Bisato, is heading to Fran’s. A James Beard award winner, Carsberg will take the role of chef de cuisine.
The late-night legend has announced its first new location in nearly four decades, in the Stadium Place development slated to open in SoDo in 2016. According to the Seattle Times, this new 13 Coins will be two levels and have some express service for gamegoers.
Red Cow and Noyer
Madrona will get two adjacent restaurants from the seemingly nonstop Ethan Stowell (didn’t he open a new place like only a couple weeks ago?). Le Red Cow, projected for winter, will be a French brasserie. Noyer, projected for spring, will be Stowell's take on uber fine dining, and turn just four tables a night.
Manu Alfau sent word that his new Dominican sandwich shop will be opening November 15. So Pioneer Square will have even more excellent sandwich options.
Molly Moon's: University Village
Owner Molly Moon Neitzel plans to open the doors to her sixth shop November 9. Kids under 12 get free scoops from noon to 2pm.