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Opening Plans: The Wurst Place Mid-November, Lucky 8 in December

SOUTH LAKE UNION—Exotic sausage shop The Wurst Place's Robert Liptak tells Eater that they will undergo "final city inspections" this week and are hoping to open mid-November. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILLLucky 8, the Americanized Chinese eatery that will offer bicycle delivery, tells us that they have hired Justin Strand as the chef. Strand most recently worked at the Seattle location of Purple Cafe & Wine Bar. Lucky 8 plans for an early December opening. [EaterWire]

CAPITOL HILLFive Fish Bistro, the fish and chips place planned for Broadway, reports that they are in the early stages, as the previous tenant has just vacated: "We are excited to report UPS has moved to their location at Joule. The demolition phase has commenced." [EaterWire]

EASTLAKESeattle Met's Allecia Vermillion says that Charles Walpole's Blind Pig Bistro will open November 3. Walpole, formerly of Anchovies & Olives, describes the cuisine as new American. [SeattleMet]

[Photo: The Wurst Place]

Five Fish Bistro

410 E Broadway, Seattle, WA 98102 (206) 325-7000 Visit Website

The Wurst Place

510 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 623-3548 Visit Website

Blind Pig Bistro

2238 Eastlake Avenue, Seattle, WA 98102

The Wurst Place

510 Westlake Avenue N, Seattle, WA

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