Dino's Tomato Pie
The long-awaited pizzeria on Olive and Denny from Delancey and Essex owner, Brandon Pettit, finally opened the doors Wednesday, March 9. For now, round pies and square Sicilian-style pies will be coming out of the brick oven until the place hits a stride, then slices and delivery will soon follow. Hours are 4pm to 2am everyday, so grab a group for a pizza party where nitrogen negronis flow on tap.
Instead of waiting to dine at the Pioneer Square outpost before or after games, grab a bowl of the rice porridge and pinch buns at the new stand in CenturyLink Field.
Redmond's newest restaurant is softly open on Cleveland Street, with menu items including blistered shishitos and scotch eggs, mac and cheese, and crispy roasted duck leg.
Poké to the Max
The food truck that dishes up island favorites and of course lots of poké bowls is set to open its first brick and mortar in Hillman City at 5300 Rainier Ave South in May. Plates of kalua pork, musubis, and shoyu chicken will be on the menu along with the truck's signature poké bowls.
The soba noodle house reopened March 3 without Mutsuko Soma, but instead with chef Maasaki Ishikura leading the kitchen, who also co-owns Miyabi 45th and Miyabi in Tukwila. The new menu still holds a place for soba noodles and boasts sashimi and sushi, and the well-revered tofu foie gras also made the come back but this time with the addition of uni, Eater Seattle reports.
Restaurant and bar 500 East, which opened as World of Beers and then changed ownership and subsequently its name, at the corner of Pine and Summit is closing on March 20, reports Capitol Hill Seattle.
Pearl's $1 Oyster Happy Hour
The Bellevue restaurant's oyster happy hour returned March 7 with a range of different bivalves available on the half shell for just a dollar. Steal this deal Monday to Friday from 4pm to 6pm in the lounge.