This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.
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OPENING ALERT -- Heong Soon Park (Chan, Bacco) has opened his newest venture last weekend, called Tray Kitchen. The Fremont restaurant is a mashup of Korean flavors and Northwest ingredients, including produce grown on Park's half-acre Woodinville farm. Order off an a la carte menu or from a cherry red cart wheeling around dim sum-style small plates.
FALL TRACKING -- Chef Alec Dimitrijevic revealed his new concept Spaghetti Western, on track to open this month in the former La Bete space. And as the cell phone shots on the restaurant's new Facebook page confirm, the dining room is getting dressed up with genre-appropriate "retro western 60's 70's shit to feast yer senses on." For the menu? Expect barbecue, noodles, burgers, and booze. And pork rinds.
BOOZE NEWS -- A new smartphone app and website called Drizly offers beer, wine, and liquor delivery to your doorstep in 20 to 40 minutes has launched in Seattle. The service is available in most Seattle neighborhoods, with increasing service on the way. Drizly is currently offering free delivery on all orders through November 30; the promotion is automatically applied at checkout.