Come and get ’em, Capitol Hill: Blue Moon Burgers opens on Broadway this weekend.

The Pantry at Delancey has released its fall lineup of classes. Scheduled are doughnut-, pie- and pizza-making sessions, a holiday gifts workshop, and plenty more. Take note: the sessions fill up fast (some are already sold out, in fact).

My Ballard reports Blue Valley Meats has started delivery service to local eateries and families. The Walla Walla farm and butcher will use the parking lot of Ray’s Boathouse as a base.

Eater brings word via Cornichon that bustling gastrotavern Black Bottle plans to take over Marco’s Supperclub upon owner Marco Rulff’s retirement. No word on an official opening date or name for the project.

More meaty hangs for the neighborhood: Blue Moon Burgers on Broadway officially opens to the public August 6 at 11am. The location in the Joule Building is the third for the local biz. [UPDATED: Due to health inspections, the opening is pushed back until later in the week of August 8.]

Capitol Hill Seattle says to look for Grubwich next week. On offer will be eight baguette sandwiches, the prices for which (wich?) hover around $6.

Boka is handing out free pretzel dogs on August 5 from 11:30–1:30.

Chef Wayne Johnson of Andaluca recaps his stint on Iron Chef America with the Puget Sound Business Journal. The Journal reports Johnson will incorporate some of the cucumber-themed dishes into Andaluca’s menu in the coming weeks.

For National S’mores Day on August 10, Dahlia Bakery, Dahlia Workshop, and Rub With Love Shack are carrying artisanal versions of the gooey ’wiches ($3) from 11–4.

After closing nearly 1,000 stores during the recession, Nation’s Restaurant News reports Starbucks will open 100 new U.S. locations by the end of this year, with another 200 scheduled for 2012. Six hundred are planned internationally in 2012.

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