Feast on summer bounty at the Herbfarm.

CHS has news on Asian-influenced Regent Bakery & Cafe, slated to do business by November on 14th and Pine. This will be the second location for owner Teresa Loh; the first (and very popular) one is in Redmond.

More conveyor belt sushi for Broadway: Saizen Sushi is now open in the Joule Building, CHS also reports.

By way of Puget Sound Business Journal come reports that Nathan Lockwood, late of The Ruins, is opening Italian restaurant Altura a few steps up Broadway from Saizen.

94 Stewart has decided to call it quits. Eater reports the last day of service is July 23, and the family who operated the spot has plans for a new venture.

Sullivan’s Steakhouse recently named Ken Slack as executive chef. Slack opened Capitol Hill’s Cellar Bistro in 2003 and has cooked at Metropolitan Grill and Cutters Bayhouse.

Guest Chef on the Waterfront, a benefit for FareStart, takes place Wednesday, July 13 and features bites and libations from more than 60 Seattle chefs, brewers, and wine purveyors.

Local chain Forza Coffee Company has set an opening date of September 10 for its new shop at 6900 E Green Lake Way North, says My Green Lake.

The Second Annual StandUp for Kids Charity Chowdown at McMenamin’s Queen Anne is also happening on Wednesday from 5pm–1am. Fifty percent of the bill will go to the charity’s programs for homeless and at-risk youth.

The Herbfarm is touting a new menu: A Summer Sketchbook, running July 14–24, highlights spoils of the season in nine courses. Reservations for the feast ($189-$195) are recommended.

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