Bastille sure is pretty. Pretty LOUD.

Starting September 26 Bastille brings back Moules Monday, featuring a different mussel-plumped dish each week. Those dishes are available 5:30–10 in the bar and dining room.

Big Mario’s delivers as of Monday, September 19. Order pie on Thursday and the Big M himself will deliver your goods.

The Seattle Gyro Festival takes place this weekend at the Saint Demetrios Hall and Cultural Center. Expect a variety of Greek foods, pastries, desserts, and beverages, available beginning at noon on Friday and Sunday and 10:30am on Saturday.

Short-lived Broadway Thai restaurant Artid Siam has shuttered, reports Capitol Hill Seattle. No word yet on what’s next for the now-vacant space.

Thai popup Shophouse (currently popping up Mondays at La Bete and Wednesdays at the Columbia City Farmer’s Market) is officially changing its name to Little Uncle, says Eater. The new name is a response to the opening of ShopHouse in Washington, DC, a new concept from the folks behind Chipotle.

The annual Oyster New Year at Elliott’s Oyster House is scheduled for November 12. Buy tickets here. Proceeds go toward the Puget Sound Restoration Fund.

Uptown Espresso is slated to open a new location on McGraw Street, taking over a former Tully’s space, says Magnolia Voice. The new shop, Uptown’s ninth, will open sometime next week, according to owners Pete Noble and Dow Lucurell.

On September 19 Five Point Cafe is pimping a special menu of bacon-themed dishes and drinks. The pig-out is part of a viewing party of Food Network program Crave, which recently spotlighted Five Point. That gets underway at 8:30.

Zaw Pizza, which is expanding to the Eastside, hosts a grand opening celebration at its new Wallingford storefront this Saturday from 2 to 6, says Wallyhood. The event will feature free pizza, cookies, and Dry Soda samples.

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