After three decades, Pioneer Square's venerable Il Terrazzo Carmine may be on the move. PSBJ reports that the Italian restaurant could reopen in a new construction planned next door to the eatery at 76 S. King St. Owner Maria Smeraldo is in talks with the office building's developer, claiming "everything is on the table" and that she may or may not agree to the move based on the design of the space and incentives.
In other news, the restaurant is planning an Eastside outpost on the south end of Downtown Park in Bellevue. The new location, according to PSBJ, will be called Carmine and run by the family's two sons, 24-year-old Carmine and 21-year-old Philip. Carmine's menu will riff off the original location and feature the family's secret sauce recipes, which are locked in a safe. It's slated to open in the spring of 2016.