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!--paging_filter--pKeeping track of restaurant news can be a daunting task. Here's a round-up from the past week to help you manage./p
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pstrongspan style="font-size: x-large;"Openings/span/strong/p
pstrongBallard/strongbra href="http://www.eatatporkchop.com/" target="_blank"Porkchop Co./a is now open in the old Belle Clementine space on Leary Ave. (next to Full Tilt) in Ballard. Right now, the sandwich-centric restaurant is only open for breakfast and lunch, Wednesday-Sunday 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with expanded hours to come.nbsp;/p
pstrongDowntownbr/stronga href="http://www.elysianbrewing.com/verify.php?return=/x=-1" target="_blank"Elysian Bar/a is getting ready to swing open its doors, mostly likely early next week. If you’re around 1supst/sup and Pike this weekend, there’s a slight chance the bar will be in soft-opening mode. What to expect: a beautiful interior complete with spiral staircase, a chandelier, mezzanine and an overall pretty fancy place to drink beer. Here are a href=" http://www.seattlemag.com/10-things-know-about-elysian-bar-opening-downt..." target="_blank"10 more things to know/a./p
pstrongKirkland/strongbra href="http://www.eathomegrown.com/" target="_blank"Homegrown/a is opening in Kirkland this summer. The sustainable sandwich shop made a href="https://www.facebook.com/Homegrownian/photos/a.356531515539.198264.84244..." target="_blank"the announcement/a on Facebook yesterday: “Eastsiders, we’re opening up shop in Kirkland this summer on the corner of Lake St and Kirkland Way.”nbsp;/p
pstrongWest Seattlebr/strongA new burger joint is coming to West Seattle any day now. Proprietor Brian Azzano (who opened Fuel sports bar in Pioneer Square) a href="http://westseattleblog.com/2014/04/west-seattle-restaurants-burger-boss-..." target="_blank"tells emWest Seattle Blog/em/a that Burger Boss will have three walk-up windows and a Dick’s Drive-In vibe. Burger Boss will not only have burgs, it’ll also have plenty of fries, onion rings and soft-serve on the menu. Boneless wings and hand-dipped corn-dogs are also in the works./p
pstrongspan style="font-size: x-large;"Closings/span/strong/p
pstrongColumbia Citybr/stronga href="http://www.jonesbarbeque.com/" target="_blank"Jones Barbeque/a is giving up its Columbia City location with sights set on a new space in the next few months. Hat tip to Eater Seattle, who spotted a href="https://seattle.craigslist.org/see/off/4439762864.html" target="_blank"the Craigslist ad/a earlier today./p
pstrongspan style="font-size: x-large;"Comings, Goings and Goings-On/span/strong/p
pstrongBallardbr/stronga href="http://www.bauhauscoffee.net/" target="_blank"Bauhaus/a is adding beer and wine to its coffee roster.nbsp; The popular Ballard coffeehouse a href="http://www.myballard.com/2014/04/24/bauhaus-coffee-applies-for-liquor-li... " target="_blank"tells emMyBallard/em/a that they’re aiming to be serving wine and local beer by the end of the month.nbsp;/p
pstrongCapitol Hill/strongbrIf you’re fan of a href="http://www.thanbrothers.com/" target="_blank"Than Brothers/a, they’re packing up and moving from their Broadway home all the way…across the street. Come June, the pho favorite will call the Joule aparment complex (just two blocks away) home. a href="http://www.capitolhillseattle.com/2014/04/pho-favorite-than-brothers-mov..." target="_blank"emCHS/em has details/a.nbsp;/p
pstrongCapitol Hill/strongbrYou can now actually buy bottles of cider to take home with you at a href="http://www.seattleciderbar.com/" target="_blank"Capitolnbsp;Cider/a. They now have a bottle shop that includes more than 100 bottles ofnbsp;cidernbsp;(some rare) that are offered for sale. Guests can either buy bottlednbsp;cidernbsp;to enjoy with their meal or simply take it to-go at a discount. The bottle shop keeps Capitol Cider hours (Saturday-Sunday, 10 a.m. – 2 a.m., Monday-Friday, 4 p.m. to 2 a.m.)./p
pstrongSeattle /strongbrA a href="http://www.spoken-wheel.com/" target="_blank"new website/a has launched that reviews the wheelchairnbsp;accessibility of Seattle restaurants, museums, theaters and parks, among other venues. Creator Spoken Wheel creatornbsp;Cathy Beyer says her hope in creating the blogs is to “reduce the anxiety of enjoying the city for people with limited mobility, like me.” Do check out her site./p
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