La Casa Azul margaritas.

Anchovies and Olives is welcoming a new chef, Zach Chambers. He plans to revamp the menu, beefing up the number of dishes and featuring more Northwest seafood.

Maple Leaf Life reports the Fine Diner on NE Northgate Way is now open Monday through Saturday 11–8. Owner Ron Chomcey plans to host a grand opening celebration in the coming weeks and introduce breakfast service within three months.

Stopsky’s Delicatessen held a matzoh ball showdown on Monday, pitting its own recipe against eight others. Voracious has the results.

The roving Humble Feast put on by Patty Pan Grill lands at the Montlake Community Center on July 25. The dinner starts at 7, features a local and sustainable food buffet, and costs $10–$12. Call 206-782-1558 to reserve a spot.

Greek restaurant Taverna MaZi is prepping the storefront at 3426 NE 55th Street, says Eater.

La Casa Azul, maker of excellent margaritas, is opening a new location in Wallingford at 1715 N 45th Street, reports Wallyhood.

According to West Seattle Blog, Mawadda Cafe has its sights set on the Admiral District and hopes to open another kitchen there in September.

Fresh Bistro has three whole-hog roasts coming up: July 26, August 9, and August 30. The feast ($16–$20) is all you can eat and features up to eight sides. Call 206-935-3733 to sign up; seating is limited to 40 people. The restaurant also is introducing a new Friday-and-Saturday menu available from 9pm–midnight. The rotating small plates might include charred octopus salad, pork belly banh mi sliders, or wagyu flank steak.

Trophy Cupcakes is rolling out a new flavor made with Hayton Farms strawberries from Skagit Valley. The cupcakes are available at the Wallingford, University Village, and Bravern locations through July.

Andaluca executive chef Wayne Johnson will appear on Food Network’s Iron Chef America. The episode is slated to air July 31 at 10pm ET/PT, King 5 reports.

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