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Brave Horse Tavern's New Collaboration Beer; Il Corvo Gets Beer & Wine; Rialto Closes in Fremont

SOUTH LAKE UNION—Today Tom Douglas's beer-centric Brave Horse Tavern debuts another beer made especially for the bar. Douglas beer czar Warren Peterson worked with The American Brewing Company in Edmonds to develop a dry-hopped brown ale dubbed The Brave American. AND, Douglas peeps tell Jess Voelker that a sour cherry brew is in the works for the bar's third beer collaboration. [EaterWire, Seattle Met]

PIKE PLACE MARKET—Big news for fans of lunchtime drinking: Mike Easton's downtown pasta hideout Il Corvo got its beer and wine license. And at $4 per glass? This could get dangerous. [EaterWire]

FREMONT—Fremont Italian restaurant Rialto Pasta Bar & Grill has closed its doors, and Fremont Universe is looking for answers. Sean Keeley continues to cement his status as one of Seattle's most awesome neighborhood bloggers with his instructions to "pour some out for the pasta grill" in the meantime. [Fremont Universe]

Brave Horse Tavern [Photo: Eater Seattle]

Il Corvo

217 James St, Seattle, WA 98104 (206) 538-0999 Visit Website

Brave Horse Tavern

310 Terry Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109

Brave Horse Tavern

310 Terry Ave. N, Seattle, WA