Plywood Report is Eater's ongoing look at soon-to-open restaurants around Seattle. Seen something new in your neighborhood? Let us know.
CAPITOL HILL—Let's kick off with some post-plywood action. You've got to wait a few more days for those Kahlua sliders; Marination Station says it has pushed back its opening date to Friday, April 22. [EaterWire]
BEACON HILL—Bar del Corso, the destination pizza spot from Harvest Vine and Betty alum Jerry Corso, has posted a few photos of its buildout, and are shooting for a July opening. [Bar del Corso]
SOUTH LAKE UNION—Let us not forget that Tibetan dumpling shop Ting Momo, the third new Tom Douglas spot in the same building (and fifth new T-Doug joint in the neighborhood) opens for business on Monday. [Seattle Mag]
GREEN LAKE—Miley Cyrus favorite Robeks Juice has a new location on Green Lake that will open tomorrow, serving up icy cold smoothies to match our icy cold weather. But it'll be jam-packed come summer. [My Green Lake]
CAPITOL HILL—Over on Broadway, a new shop called Yogurtland plans to dispense frozen yogurt and charge for it by the ounce. It's the first location in Washington state and plans to open this weekend. [CHS]