WEST SEATTLE—In January, Eater reported that Jeremy Hardy was planning to set up a third Mioposto wood-fired pizzeria in West Seattle, and now comes word that it will open on California Ave SW on August 6. The other branches are in Mount Baker and Bryant, and the new Admiral outpost plans to be open for lunch and dinner and offer the same menu, says West Seattle Blog. Stay tuned for more details on the size, seats, and decor of the newest Mioposto.
CAPITOL HILL AND BALLARD—Filipino pop-up Food and Sh*t's well-loved roasted pork loin Adobo Burger is back at L'il Woody's, it reports on Twitter. No word yet on how long it's to stay.
BALLARD—The Market Street Burger King has shuttered so that Martin Selig Real Estate can move forward with plans for a five-story office building that will move into the plot next year, My Ballard reports. The office development company will break ground in 2016 on the 204,000-square-foot building that will occupy the acre where Burger King and Shell gas station currently stand at 15th and Market.
GREENWOOD—Rachael Coyle's new Coyle's Bakeshop has had loads of local appeal, and now it's gone national. Find her Blueberry-Pecan Galette on the front of Bon Appetit magazine this month (for July), and five more berry recipes inside.