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Updates on Bako; OutWest; The Wurst Place; Belle Epicurean

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CAPITOL HILLBako, Keeman Wong's modern Cantonese concept, planned for North Broadway, reports on the buildout, "Cement floor has cured, walls are going up, and October is still looking good." To get an idea of the sounds that will play once Bako opens, check out their Blip station filled with mid-century Hong Kong covers of Rolling Stones and modern grooves from Thievery Corp, Belle & Sebastian . . . and vintage Cher. [EaterWire]

WEST SEATTLEWest Seattle Blog notes that OutWest, a new bar planned for the neighborhood's burgeoning LGBT community, hopes to open in two weeks. [WSB]

SOUTH LAKE UNIONThe Wurst Place informs us that securing the permit to replace the front of the space took longer than planned. Judging their progress in beer towers (12 of 15 taps are "in da house"), the sausage and frites shop may yet be able to open in August. [Facebook]

MADISON VALLEY—Owner Carolyn Ferguson tells Jess Voelker that the second Belle Epicurean has an August 19th opening date. [Seattle Met]

The Wurst Place

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

Bako

606 Broadway E, Seattle, WA

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