Find the sandwich shop's second location in the pink shack in Shilshole once occupied by Paseo. Hours are 11am-9pm, Wednesday through Saturday, and 11am-8pm on Sunday.
The closure of the coffee house rocked the city, but now the Ballard location is back open and under new ownership, reports the Seattle Times. New owner D. Rick Edwards also held the lease to the Greenlake location when it shuttered, and is currently working on renewing the lease to that location. It's still up on the air whether or not the Capitol Hill location will make a comeback; due to rising rents, the ideal spot seems to be hard to come by.
Another pizzeria has joined the ranks, opening Thursday at the former Auto Battery space at 1009 East Union Street. Just like in Portland, Sizzle Pie offers a lengthy menu with selections from meat, seasonal, vegan, vegetarian, and even egg-topped breakfast pies.
Shug's Soda Fountain and Ice Cream
This retro soda fountain opens early next week in Pike Place Market. On the menu: 15 ice cream flavors, scoops, house made sodas, cherry phosphates, lime rickeys, and a proper egg cream. And don't miss the brown derby sundae where a Mighty-O doughnut is topped with ice cream, hot fudge, and whipped cream.
Jeffrey Vance at Navy Strength and No Anchor
The chef de cuisine from the very recently closed Spur Gastropub will now be the chef at Anu and Chris Elford's bar projects that are in the works, Navy Strength and No Anchor. Plates will start hitting tables late this summer when the bars open.
Miller's Guild's Chef Counter
Thursday through Saturday night, chef Jason Wilson will host the tasting menu at Miller's Guild with dishes still focused on wood-fired cooking and its versatility. The counter only seats 10 with one seating per night, so make reservations in advanced for the $88 tasting menu with optional wine pairings.
The Capitol Hill bar and eatery started serving lunchers yesterday from 11am-2pm with a menu of tacos, sandwiches, wholesome salads, and bar snacks like warm and salty goat cheese dates, reports the Seattle Times. There's even a play on the suited professionals lunch special with the "businesswoman's special" of a STJ burger and pint of PBR and the "businessman's special" with choice of salad and martini.
Brimmer and Heeltap
Brunch will debut on May 6 at the Ballard restaurant reports Eater Seattle. In the restaurant's style, dishes will play on the whole animal butchery including oxtail soup with pickled ginger and rice cakes; fried duck leg and waffles; and on the sweeter side jasmine ricotta with seasonal fruit and grilled toast. Reservations for brunch will start May 1, and for walk-ins, hours are Friday through Sunday 9am-2pm.