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Momiji; Dot's Delicatessen; Pizzeria 22; A Terrible Beauty

Soon-to-be courtyard at Momiji
Soon-to-be courtyard at Momiji
Photo: Young Lee

CAPITOL HILL—The former Dawson Plumbing Co. is on its way to becoming Momiji, a Japanese restaurant from the team behind Umi Sake House and Kushibar. The building was gutted, meaning there's plenty of work to be done before the restaurant opens, hopefully in September. A new gallery of construction shots show the landscaped courtyard taking shape in the back of the building. [Picasa/EaterWire]

FREMONTDot's Delicatessen, the haven of butchery from Seattle Sausage Company's Miles James, has a finalized menu of sausages and sandwiches and lettering up on the windows. Target open: Late July. [Facebook/EaterWire]

WEST SEATTLE—Barring any last-minute drama, Pizzeria 22 will open Monday at 4 p.m., bringing wood-fired pizza to West Seattle. Owner Cary Kemp's Admiral Junction restaurant is the brick-and-mortar evolution of his Inferno Catering, where he made pizzas on a mobile wood-fired pizza oven. [WSB]

WEST SEATTLE—Another West Seattle opening is slated for next week: Irish pub and restaurant A Terrible Beauty will open its doors Tuesday for lunch. The Junction pub is a sibling of the popular original in Renton. [WSB]

Pizzeria 22

4213 SW College Street, Seattle, WA 98116

A Terrible Beauty

1001 Fairview Ave North # 1700, Seattle, WA 98109 206 420 4498

Momiji

1522 12th Ave., Seattle, WA

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