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Here's What to Expect at West Seattle's New Mioposto

The third branch of the wood-fired pizzeria is coming August 6.

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Last week, Eater reported that Jeremy Hardy would open his third branch  of Mioposto on California Ave SW August 6. Now come some more details about what to expect at the newest wood-fired pizzeria.

The 1700-square-foot eatery will seat 52 and serve the same menu as the outposts in Mount Baker and Bryant for dinner daily from 4 to 10 p.m. The new Mioposto will feature food and drink specials that the brand has recently launched at its other locations this summer, including a watermelon salad with feta and mint, and calamari sautéed in tomato sauce. Drink-wise, recently added highlights include Mioposto's housemade 80-day-aged Limoncello, Barrel Aged Negronis, and a "Fire and Ice" cocktail with Woodinville Rye and smoked ice.

In terms of decor, expect a brick and reclaimed fir wood interior, featuring artwork of local artist Fran Holt. The general manager is of yet unnamed, but Hardy reports that he/she is "a longtime West Seattle resident," completing the eatery's neighborhood feel.

Hardy is undecided on lunch service at present, but invites diners to contact him at Jeremy@miopostopizza.com if they are interested in midday hours at the West Seattle Mioposto. And bonus, on the horizon: patio seating is coming next summer.

Mioposto (West Seattle)

2139 California Ave SW, Seattle, WA 98116 (206) 582-1899 Visit Website

Mioposto (NE 55th)

NE 55th, Seattle, WA

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