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Ballard Restaurant News – First Half of April

A slew of restaurant news so far in April. Openings. Up and coming places that look very interesting.

Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen, from the people who run The Matador, will bring yet another Southern style, BBQ place to Ballard. Seattle Magazine and Nosh Pit have the latest news.

Dish It Up, one of Ballard’s kitchen stores, unexpectedly closes.

Seattle Times reviews Café Munir.

Eater Seattle gives us a closer look at The Gerald. I’ll have our review of The Gerald posted by the end of the week.

My Ballard takes a closer look at the new, larger Starbucks on Market Street.

Nosh Pit, Seattle Magazine, and Eater Seattle all visit Ballard Pizza Company, Ethan Stowell’s New York style pizza joint at the south end of Ballard Avenue.

Sauced focuses on Urban Family Public House’s sandwich options.

According to Sauced, Bastille’s Erik Carlson makes the best Bloody Mary.

Seattle Magazine and My Ballard have the scoop about Renee Erickson (owner of The Walrus and the Carpenter) and her cute,  mobile oyster wagon and Seattle Weekly names The Walrus and The Carpenter‘s Poached Halibut one of their 100 favorite dishes.

Seattle Magazine and Eater Seattle both report that Delancey, on 70th, has taken over the space next door in order to open a bar this summer.

Nosh Pit reports that Benito’s Chicago Eatery will finally open this month.

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