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Melt Opening Inside Bar Sue Space Vacated by Atta Boy Sandwiches

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Nate's Wings and Waffles owner Darren McGill is behind the venture

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Atta Boy Sandwiches discontinued its run at Bar Sue back in January, but there's a new venture opening in its place in a couple of weeks.

Enter Melt, from Nate's Wings and Waffles owner Darren McGill. Starting March 15, Melt will take over Bar Sue's kitchen and offer five mac-n-cheese options plus five grilled cheese sandwiches. The goods will be available Tuesday through Sunday 4 to 10 p.m., and more hours may be added later.

Atta Boy was a project of Zach Chambers, who was named the executive chef of Chop Shop last fall. He launched Atta Boy in July 2015, operating it out of the kitchen in Bar Sue and serving bar patrons and filling to-go orders from a window in the bar.

If you need to get your sandwich fix before March 14, Nate's is doing a fried chicken doughnut sandwich in partnership with General Porpoise all this week. The combination involves Nate's fried chicken strips, blueberry sage chutney, Granny Smith apples, and maple aioli sandwiched between Renee Erickson's already-famous doughnuts.

Check out Melt's opening menu:

Melt menu

Bar Sue

1407 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122

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