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.