This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.
POP-UP REPORT—Walden is popping up in Pioneer Square's Little Uncle. The 12-seat wine bar led by sommelier Luke Wohlers (The Herbfarm, RN74, Eleven Madison Park) starts up this weekend and lasts every Friday and Saturday night through the end of September. Eater has details on the concept and menu.
CAPITOL HILL— More new places to eat and drink are coming to Auto Row: The latest is Nue, a street food-inspired spot from first-time restauranteur Chris Cvetkovich. The space, complete with a walk-up window that serves menu items and rotating flavors of liquid nitrogen ice cream, should make its debut right around December 1.
PIONEER SQUARE— Taylor Shellfish opened its third oyster bar this week. The bivalve-centric spot serves ultra-fresh chowder, mussels, clams, and geoduck, but unlike its sibling in Melrose Market doesn't have a retail section. It does, however, have beer, wine, and cocktails.