Read on for news about Seattle-area restaurants and bars that launched and
shuttered in April.
Anchors Down opened in Ballard at 2016 NW Market St. The menu features hot dogs
delivered through a window from neighboring restaurant Po Dogs.
After months of anticipation, Bakery Nouveau opened its second location in Capitol
Hill at 137 E John St. In addition to the same beloved sweets and savories served at
its West Seattle location, the new Nouveau features a Slayer espresso machine.
Drunky's Two Shoe BBQ
9 Million in Unmarked Bills owner Nate Rezac is launching BBQ joint Drunky’s Two
Shoe in Fremont. Expect doors to open sometime this summer.
Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails
Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails opened on the fifth floor of the Red Lion Hotel at 1415
5th Ave. The new space features a large outdoor seating area with games and a
The Grill on Broadway
The Grill on Broadway at 314 Broadway E. shutters this Sunday night after more
than two decades of business. The closure is linked to unexpected operational and
Herkimer Coffee announced a forthcoming third location in the 901 Dexter building in
South Lake Union. Doors are expected to open this August.
The Lost Pelican
The former Bisato space is now occupied by the Lost Pelican at 2400 1st Ave. in
Belltown. Serving New Orleans-inspired fare, the bar is open from 3 p.m. to 2 p.m.
Lumpia World opened a brick-and-mortar location this month at 1610 S. 341st St.
in Federal Way. The space offers indoor seating for 20 and will include an outdoor
Southeast Asian/Caribbean food truck Papa Bois just hit the pavement. For now, the
mobile eatery is operating in SoDo and Central District locations.
Featuring whole and by-the-slice pie, entrees and cocktails, Pie Bar is set to
launch in the former Saley Crepes space at 1361 E. Olive Way. Opening day is this
Wednesday, May 1.
Radiator Whiskey opened at 94 Pike St. in Pike Place Market this month. The
second-story restaurant and watering hole across from Matt’s in the Market features
cocktails made with house whiskey from SoDo distillery 2bar Spirits.
Offering flavors including lemon lavender and blueberry basil, Soda Jerk opened
at the Ballard Farmers Market. Look for the craft beverage vendor at markets in
Wallingford, Queen Anne, and Edmonds this summer.