The name refers to the ancient rifle that sits above the bar, not the per-person alcohol limit. Speaking of bar, it's run by Adam Fream and his selection of classic and not-so-classic cocktails like the Bayonette. In back Chef James Sherrill puts out adventurous pub food like lobster mushroom and veal sweetbread ragout while also keeping it more approachable with a margherita pizza.
Tougo Coffee’s Brian Wells’s wine bar will provide charcuterie and oysters to pair with your wine, beer, or cider. According to Eater, the restaurant will open next door to the Central District Tougo Coffee location on November 1.
A traditional Indian restaurant is coming to Capitol Hill’s 15th Avenue E. The menu will stay true to its founder's northern Punjabi roots but with an “American touch,” according to Capitol Hill Seattle. It is set to open any day now.
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Pioneer Square has seen a lot of new bars in the past few months, and as of November 1, it'll welcome Luigi DeNunzio’s third restaurant. The menu will focus on the food and drink of Puglia, a southeastern region of Italy where DeNunzio was born and raised. According to Puget Sound Business Journal, the dishes will be traditional, like the orecchiette con broccoli de rape.
First time restaurant owners Javier Dalzell and wife Mariana Martos are opening a Latin American restaurant in Capitol Hill, according to CHS. Dalzell describes the cuisine as a “clash of the culinary techniques from when Spain conquered Mexico.” But with Northwest ingredients, of course. There is no menu yet, but there's talk of grilled fish and puya chiles. Look for the restaurant to open sometime this fall.
You know that Mexican place on Capitol Hill with the cool rooftop patio that you’ve wanted to try since it opened, but haven’t because it didn’t have a happy hour and you just couldn’t bring yourself to pay full price? Well, it now has a late night happy hour from 10pm–midnight with a selection of tacos, $3 beers and a $15 mezcal flight. Partiers on a budget, rejoice.