Brendan McGill's Hitchcock Deli is coming to Georgetown soon. Seattle Mag's Julien Perry got the scoop about the mainland version of the Bainbridge favorite today, and it sounds delicious.
The Alstadt owner revealed to Eater in October that he was focused on classic sandwiches and cured meats. Now, he's adding info about wood-fired breads, preserves, and raw fermented foods to the already enticing list of reasons to check it out.
He papered the windows of the space, which is adjacent to Via Tribunali, but soon private diners at the neighboring pizza place can peek in. The charcuterie "production" room will be visible from the Trib private dining space, or just for rubbernecking passersby on their way to the restroom.
Says McGill of the additional hidden space, "In the far back, we're fashioning a commissary-style space that will open up to larger-scale production (this could feed a counter or a food truck)." He also hinted that the space may be used by a cold-pressed juicing venture…
The Hitchcock team hopes to open in April 2014 with space to seat 20, room on the patio, and plenty of wine to enjoy the seasons changing.
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