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See inside Stateside, Seattle's Most-Anticipated Fall Opening; Katsu Burger Expands

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CAPITOL HILL — Stateside's Eric Johnson unlocked the doors of his new French-Vietnamese concept on Pike St. over the weekend, with lucky first diners sampling crispy duck fresh rolls, soy glazed beef short ribs, pickled mustard greens, and more from the inaugural menu. Have a look around the restaurant Eater Seattle readers voted the most anticipated of the fall.

GREEN LAKE — Himalayan Sherpa House launched last month in the former Eva space in Tangletown. The Nepalese restaurant is owned by Ang Sherpa, with chef Jangbu Sherpa heading up the kitchen staff. Fun fact: Jangbu has climbed Mt. Everest without oxygen. Ten times.

BELLEVUE — Katsu Burger has snuck into Bellevue; a new Factoria location has been, quietly, open for a couple of weeks now. The beloved Japanese burger restaurant briefly shuttered its Georgetown location in August. It was then purchased by Stephanie Kang, who reopened the restaurant a few months later. Kang spoke of spreading the burger love to new locations, and she's apparently made good on the promise.