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Mighty-O to Expand to Capitol Hill; Green Lake Ale House Now Open

The Ale House is in the old BluWater Bistro space.

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Mighty-O Donuts, you're on fire. Three weeks after announcing that the Green Lake favorite would be expanding to Ballard later this month, founder Ryan Kellner says he's now planning a third outpost in Capitol Hill. Per Capitol Hill Seattle, this latest Mighty-O will open sometime after High 5 Pie closes up shop at 12th and Madison July 19. (High 5, by the way, is "moving into a fantastic commercial production kitchen with our eyes on making even more pies and coming up with places to serve them to you," owner Dani Cone told Capitol Hill Seattle.)

In other opening news, though the BluWater Bistro sign is still up, Green Lake Ale House has officially opened at 7900 Green Lake Drive N. Two months back, Eater reported that BluWater closed after 13 years, selling the restaurant to JaK's Grill; now Seattle Greenlaker confirms that the company that runs JaK's owns the new Ale House. Per the Greenlaker, find "appetizers such as wings, onion rings and 'the works' tots (with queso, bacon and green onions), soups and salads, burgers, steak, tacos, fish and chips and more" at the Ale House. Prices range from $5 to $11 for appetizers and $10 to $34 for entrees, "the higher priced items being the corn fed Nebraska steaks." According to the Ale House's menu, happy hour and weekend brunch are also on the way.