Tidbit Bistro serves its last supper this Saturday.First off, in Belltown, Venom

Tidbit Bistro serves its last supper this Saturday.First off, in Belltown, Venom at 2218 Western Ave. is for sale. For $350,000, you can buy the nightclub.On Capitol Hill, Tidbit Bistro is slated to close this Saturday after a four-year run. The owners are looking to work in the wine industry and returning to work as an engineer, respectively. A new restaurant will be taking over the 1401 Broadway venue, but no details have yet been announced. Also in the neighborhood, a new Irish pub is now open at 908 12th Ave. The Chieftain is run by Peter Johnson, the owner of both McGilvra’s in Madison Park and Finn MacCool’s in the U District. If you want to sample its Irish pub grub, swing by today–happy hour runs all day on Mondays.Downtown, The Night Kitchen at 216 Stewart Ave. announces on their website that they are “permanently closed for business.”In Greenwood, a Chinese restaurant has opened in the former Fatty’s Pizzeria space at 10410A Greenwood Ave. N. JB Garden specializes in dim sum and barbecue. Right next door, Latin eatery Tiko Riko has replaced Sunny Teriyaki and is slinging pupusas.Over in Magnolia, Melt Cafe at 2818 Thorndyke Ave. W. is closing after a less-than-two-year run. Teresa Schulz, owner of the beloved neighborhood sandwich shop, cites health and family as her reasons for moving on. Reopening in the space on an unannounced date will be a Mexican restaurant.And lastly, in Madison Park, Madison Park Cafe at 1807 42nd Ave. E. is closing this Sunday after 32 years of business. Founder Karen Binder plans to focus on “other pursuits,” but will continue to be co-owner of the property as well as cater the occasional celebration. Taking over the space and opening this October will be Cafe Parco, an Italian restaurant from Celinda Norton, owner of the former Pike Place Market bistro 94 Stewart.Follow Voracious on Twitter and Facebook.