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Beacon Hill’s Upcoming Filipino Restaurant Exceeds Its Kickstarter Campaign Goal

Plus, Taiwanese restaurant Monga Cafe readies its reopening in Bellevue, Sunset Hill gets a new cocktail bar, and more news

Popular pop-up Musang is becoming a brick and mortar.
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  • Melissa Miranda’s Kickstarter campaign to take her Filipino dining experience Musang from pop up to brick and mortar has exceeded its $75,000 goal. When the campaign ended, Miranda grossed $91,626 from 669 backers. The restaurant is in the works on Beacon Hill.
  • While other chefs are in expansion mode, James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines recently made the decision to downsize. Hines sold her Italian restaurant Agrodolce, and now operates only Wallingford’s excellent Tilth. The Seattle Times takes a deep dive into her radical rationale.
  • Taiwanese street food spot Monga Cafe in Bellevue looks to be ramping up for a reopening, hiring staff and applying for a liquor license. The cafe has been closed for a few months, undergoing construction.
  • A new Sunset Hill cocktail bar is in the works. Baker’s, named after prohibition-era author and cocktail aficionado Charles H. Baker, will open in the former home of Walter’s. In addition to libations, Matt Janke of Matt’s in the Market is working on a food menu with owner Brian Smith. The bar should be open in late April or early May.

Tilth

1411 N 45th St, Seattle, WA 98103 (206) 633-0801 Visit Website

Agrodolce

709 North 35th Street, , WA 98103 (206) 547-9707 Visit Website

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