B-TOWN BIZ: Burien Pizzeria will open with Seattle’s ‘oldest bar’ Tues., Aug. 28


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The new Burien Pizzeria will open its doors to the public starting Tuesday, Aug. 28 at 3 p.m.

The new dining establishment will feature handmade pasta, wood-fired pizza, fresh salads, delicious meatballs and a great bar.

“We can’t wait!!”

This new restaurant is co-owned by Danny House (The Tin Room, Dan the Sausageman) and Frank Ricci (909 Coffee & Wine/913 Spirits, Angelo’s).

One feature we’re excited about is that this fun joint includes the historic old back bar from the J&M Cafe in Pioneer Square.

“Seattle’s oldest bar…is in Burien!” Danny House told The B-Town Blog (the bar is located on the west side of the interior).

Here’s raw footage from a live Facebook video broadcast on Thursday night, Aug. 23:

“If you can’t make it out for day one, visit us any other time!”

Hours:

  • Closed Monday
  • Tuesday: 3-10
  • Wednesday: 3-10
  • Thursday: 3-10
  • Friday: 3-11
  • Saturday: 11-11
  • Sunday: 11-9

More info here:

Be sure to tell ’em you read about it on the blog!

Burien Pizzeria is located at 907 SW 152nd Street in Olde Burien:

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