It appears Urbane’s boxed lunches actually come in a bag.

MyBallard has word of a new food truck, Snout & Co., specializing in Cuban-themed eats. The truck is making the rounds in Ballard on Sundays and Tuesdays and in South Lake Union on Mondays.

Urbane has introduced a seasonally themed box lunch program featuring sandwiches, salads, and wraps; prices start at $4. Pick them up at the Urbane coffee bar inside Hyatt at Olive 8.

Owner Marco Casas Beaux sold Ipanema Brazilian Grill, reports Puget Sound Business Journal. The restaurant’s website says it will reopen soon under new management.

The Book Larder, a culinary bookshop imagined by the late Kim Ricketts, is due to open in October at 4252 Fremont Avenue North.

Phinneywood reports on the opening of two new neighboring joints, JB Garden and Latin-themed Tiko Riko, in spots formerly occupied by Fatty’s Pizzeria and Sunny Teriyaki, respectively. JB Garden is open daily 10–6 and Tiko Riko from 11:30–8 Tuesday through Sunday.

The annual Chinatown-International District Night Market takes place Saturday 6pm–11pm. In addition to dances, martial arts, painting, and a free outdoor screening of The Karate Kid, noshes from Jade Garden, Fusion on the Run, Lumpia World, and more will be on hand .

On September 1 a Mexican restaurant will move into the space once occupied by Melt Cafe. Owner Teresa Schulz has decided to sell the sandwich spot, according to Magnolia Voice.

Two well-loved establishments close their doors for good this weekend: Tidbit Bistro and Madison Park Cafe.

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