Dumplings Invade Bellevue, "Best BBQ" Debuts in Ballard, Hawaiian Cuisine Hits Capitol Hill, & More"/>
Bellevue generated the most restaurant-related buzz this week when the highly anticipated Taiwan- based dumpling chain Din Tai Fung opened for business inside Lincoln Square at 700 Bellevue Northeast. Jason Sheehan digs deeper into the dumpling craze here.
Craving Hawaiian cuisine? Come to Capitol Hill!
Now, back to the Seattle neighborhoods. Starting in Ballard: The self-proclaimed Ballard Best BBQ is now grilling burgers, ribs, and more at the former Chai House space at 5463 Leary Avenue Northwest. Carnivores can soon finish off their meal with several beers because Ballard Avenue Pub is replacing children's boutique Mon Petit Shoe at 2236 Northwest Market Street. And foodie folks can visit gourmet cooking store Dish it up!, which just debuted its second location at 5320 Ballard Avenue Northwest.On Capitol Hill, Pau Hana Restaurant and Bar began serving Hawaiian food at 2355 10th Avenue East onTuesday.
Wallingford residents can expect Malaysian cuisine - curries, noodles, and other dishes inspired by food courts and street vendors in Southeast Asia - next month when Satay opens at 1711 North 45th Street.
And lastly, West Seattle bids farewell to carbs and coffee: The Alki Bakery closed its namesake beachfront location at 2738 Alki Avenue Southwest, citing lease issues. But customers can take solace in the fact that the bakery's locations in Georgetown and Kent are still in business.