SOUTH LAKE UNION—Tom Douglas's Terry Avenue building wades into the family dining fray with a two new Sunday night dinners. Brave Horse Tavern launches a fried chicken dinner this Sunday; the $14 price tag also includes a bevy of sides; currently the list includes macaroni salad, green beans, corn relish, country rolls and a wedge of watermelon.
Downstairs at Cuoco, Sunday night dinners revolve around the restaurant's Big Green Egg smoker. The $25 meal changes with the season's produce, but right now dinner includes a fennel-rubbed pork shoulder, tagliatelle with zucchini, green beans, heirloom tomatoes and Theo's chocolate budino. Don't be a jerk;call ahead for reservations. [EaterWire]
CAPITOL HILL—Dani Cone of High 5 Pie is getting ready for the release of her cookbook, Cutie Pies. Chris Werner says the book hits shelves on September 5. Should you be moseying by the shop before then, High 5 has two new flavors on offer: s'mores and margherita. [Seattle Met, EaterWire]
BALLARD—The Geeky Swedes say that Zak's Burgers isn't closing, but it is for sale. Owner Larry Johnson is hoping to retire, and says he has an interested buyer. [My Ballard]