Food News Roundup

Neighborhood Food News: Gourmet Franks in Wallingford, Beacon Hill Travelers Opening Soon

Plus: Pop Kitchen opens, Campagne’s makeover, and more.

By Heather Fink July 26, 2011

A thali from Travelers on Capitol Hill. The cafe is expanding to Beacon Hill.

Popular Capitol Hill thali spot Travelers will officially open a second location at 2524 Beacon Ave S on August 5, but the soft opening with limited hours gets underway July 29, according to the Travelers website.

Attention night owls: starting August 7 Lucky Diner will stay open 24 hours on weekends.

Eltana’s late-night window is now open Thursday through Saturday from 10pm to 2:30am. Find $1 bagels with dips and spreads to boot.

Nancy Leson reports that Campagne, closed since January, will reopen in September as Marche with a revamped menu and renewed focus on its wine program.

94 Stewart closed over the weekend, reports Eater. Slated to take its place is Kastoori Grill, which will offer a blend of Nepalese, Indian, and Tibetan fare and will open August 5.

The Lake City Farmers Market is hosting a Kids Can Cook event on July 28. The first demo at 3:30 is aimed at parents, while the second one at 5 will feature recipes that older kids can whip up at home.

Pop Kitchen + Bar opened inside Experience Music Project last week. The hours (10–10) go beyond those of the museum, and the restaurant offers a locally minded, New American menu in addition to a full-service bar.

Doggy Style plans to set up shop at 4455 Stone Way N daily from 11 to 7, according to Wallyhood. No word yet on a launch date.

If driving to Alki doesn’t float your boat, you can always… take the boat. Hop the ferry from Pier 50 and bring your ticket to Salty’s and the restaurant will reimburse your fare one way.

Fuji Bakery #3 is in the works. The pastry shop with locations in Bellevue and the ID is planning to open another storefront in either Ballard or Wallingford.

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