Huarachitos Mexican Taqueria in Columbia City is likely to stay closed for the duration of the summer.

The alfresco dining options keep coming: Despite protests from neighborhood residents, the Five Point Cafe now offers outdoor seating.

Local 360 opens its mercantile on Tuesday, June 21. On offer are local meats, custom condiments, produce, dry goods, and wine and beer from Washington. Hours are 11–8 daily.

Hanna Raskin of Seattle Weekly chats with the owners of Huarachitos after a fire last week shut down the taqueria. They tell Raskin the eatery will probably stay closed through the summer.

Doggy Style Gourmet Franks is steaming weiners in City Hall Park on Third Avenue.

Little Water Cantina is sans sous chef Cameo McRoberts, Eater reports. She helped the bustling Eastlake Avenue eatery to open in early May.

Dot’s Delicatessen set an opening date for July 27, and owner Miles James has tapped Scott and Tanya Emerick of the late Crémant as staffers.

The Marriott Redmond Town Center is touting a new steakhouse: SEAR fire.inspired.american.

Popular Portland chain Mio Sushi announced it will open its first Seattle location on Westlake and Denny Way this fall, according to press materials.

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