by EverOut Staff
Get ready for gigantic omelets and unlimited hash browns: The legendary diner Beth’s Cafe is finally back open, albeit with limited hours. In other food news, Brian Clevenger opens his new Phinney Ridge restaurant Autumn, Canlis alums open Vista Bakeshop in Seabrook, Luc says goodbye, and Eden Hill chef Maximillian Petty plots an upcoming restaurant in a historic building in Walla Walla. Read on for all of that and more of the latest culinary intel. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.
NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS
Apsara Palace Restaurant
This new Cambodian restaurant opened in White Center in mid-June. The menu includes lort cha (stir-fried rice pin noodles, a popular street food dish), fried rice, lemongrass stir-fries, beef skewers, fresh rolls, scallion pancakes, and salt and pepper chicken wings.