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Seattle's First Gluten-Free Brewery Debuts; Din Tai Fung Delivers

This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.

BEER HERE -- When it opens at 3 p.m. today, Ghostfish Brewing will become Seattle's first and only dedicated gluten-free brewery. Its beers are brewed not with barley, but with gluten-free grains like millet and buckwheat. The taproom will also serve gluten-free pizza. Regular taproom hours will be Tuesday through Saturday, 3 to 9 p.m.

OPENING ALERT -- Seattle's newest hotel, the Palladian, officially opened Tuesday, and with it, two new spots to eat and drink. New restaurant Shaker + Spear served its first breakfast customers this morning, and dinner will follow this evening. The menu is seafood-centric, with dishes drawing heavily on regional ingredients. The hotel also includes a new bar, Pennyroyal, which opens today, too. The old world-style spot focuses on aged spirits and house-made ingredients like liquor infusions, vermouth, grenadine, tonic, and bitters. The menu includes a rotating punch and small bites.

MEALS ON WHEELS -- There's a new restaurant delivery service in town, and starting February 12, they're enabling your Din Tai Fung obsession. Peach is a text message-based lunch delivery service linking offices to more than 65 restaurants in Seattle and Bellevue. Founded by former Amazon engineers Nishant Singh, Denis Bellavance and Chenyu Wang, the start-up aims to simplify the meal delivery process for busy professionals.
[Image via Peach]