This Week in Seattle Food News: Sankaku Is Here, La Medusa Opens a Market, and Milk Drunk Introduces Party Packs squib

by EverOut Staff
The Beacon Hill spot Milk Drunk just introduced party packs full of its signature fried chicken sandwiches and curly fries.
The Beacon Hill spot Milk Drunk just introduced party packs full of its signature fried chicken sandwiches and curly fries. Milk Drunk

In this week's batch of Seattle food news, Sankaku brings onigiri to Capitol Hill's Melrose Market, La Medusa opens the bar and market Persephone next door, and Milk Drunk debuts its party packs. Read on for all of that and more culinary tidbits. For more ideas, check out our food and drink guide.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS


Bar Taglio
According to a press release, chef Brendan McGill's downtown restaurant Bar Taglio reopened for lunch and happy hour on Tuesday. In September, McGill tapped James Lorimer of the popular pop-up Kilroy's Pizza to act as chef and pizzaiolo. The lunch and happy hour menu both feature Roman-style and New York-style pizza by the slice, including varieties such as salami, potato rosemary, margherita, pepperoni, cheese, and sausage. 
Downtown
Pickup, dine-in

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