by EverOut Staff
The Seattle food world is abuzz with a flurry of new developments this week, as the city returns to life after winter hibernation and the dream of herd immunity is finally within sight. Among the highlights: The hit pandemic pop-up Lupe’s Situ Tacos finds a permanent location in the Tractor Tavern, and the beloved sandwich shop HoneyHole is looking to expand to the Central District. Plus, the Smith Tower reopens for dining, Capitol Hill gets an aviation-themed wine and chocolate tasting room, and Borracchini’s Bakery says goodbye. Read on for all that and more culinary updates. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
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Dat Creole Soul
On Wednesday, former basketball player and flight attendant Hampton “The Boss” Isom’s Creole food truck had a ribbon cutting ceremony for a permanent brick-and-mortar location in Des Moines. The restaurant slings dishes like shrimp and grits, boudin sausage, etouffée, crawfish mac and cheese, and even alligator on a stick with waffle fries.
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