A roundup of 10 new places to eat and drink, in and around Seattle — plus seven new versions of places that already existed, plus two new places to get lunch, plus two sad endings.

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BRAND-NEW SEATTLE RESTAURANTS:

 Sisters and Brothers in Georgetown: Already roaringly popular, this divey little spot serves excellent Nashville hot chicken, and guess who’s on staff as of today? Miles James, of dear departed Dot’s.

 Big Island Poke in Renton: Yep, a poke bar in Renton. The gentlemen of the Goat Federation blog (caveat: about whom I know nothing) seem very enamored of it. I will try this place for you (but if you’ve already tried it, let me know how it is!).

 La Marzocco Cafe in Seattle Center: The revered Italian espresso-machine company has opened its first cafe at the brand-new home of KEXP, so that’s a pretty sweet combination.

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 Gravy on Vashon Island: From a former Cafe Presse chef de cuisine, Gravy looks to be the best thing that’s happened to Vashon eating-out in a long time.

 Ironsteak in the I.D.: Run by chef Jacky Lo, formerly of Wild Ginger, this place has been open for a while, but no one seems to have noticed. It’s teppanyaki (that’s Benihana-grill-style, though the Seattle Benihana is now called Hamanasu), where Obbar Pocha used to be.

 Meltdown Pizza Co. on Capitol Hill: From the people of Still Liquor, it’s more pizza for Capitol Hill, right around the corner from that bar.

 Sizzle Pie on Capitol Hill: From the Portland-based concern, it’s even more pizza for Capitol Hill, plus a bar called Dark Bar next door, opening this Thursday, April 28, where Po Dog used to be.

 Chase Lounge in Ballard: It’s seafood (with arcade games — why not?) from Rob Milliron, formerly of Radici, Bizarro Italian Cafe and Homegrown.

 Seattle Mamak food truck: Making Malaysian food, it’s usually stationed at the food-truck pod in Ballard.

 Old Stove Brewing Co. in Pike Place Market: It’s a taproom with, in terms of food, “roast turkey sandwiches with sides and beer snacks,” they say.

NEW LOCATIONS OF EXISTING PLACES:

 Un Bien in Shilshole: Someone check the space-time continuum: The sons of the original Paseo owner have opened a second branch of their Paseo-like sandwich shop in the place where the second branch of Paseo used to be.

 The Calf & Kid on Capitol Hill: The great cheese shop, formerly in Melrose Market, has moved in with its cheese bar on 12th (sounds like love!).

 Mi La Cay near 12th and Jackson: The longtime Vietnamese spot on Rainier has moved slightly north to 212 12th Avenue South, where Malay Satay House used to be.

 Kiki Bakery in Haller Lake: It’s the fifth outlet of the L.A.–based spot (including one in Redmond), which also makes Taiwanese buns.

 Ballard Pizza Company in South Lake Union: It’s the third branch of Ethan Stowell’s pizza outfit, with happy hour from 4 to 8 p.m. and an outdoor patio, too.

 Elemental Pizza downtown: It’s the third one. It’s in the Columbia Center.

 Fresh Flours Bakery and Cafe in West Seattle: It’s the fourth one.

NOW THERE IS LUNCH!

 Saint John’s on Capitol Hill: Lunch starts this Thursday, April 28, and to celebrate the whole lunch menu is half-price (including drinks!) this Thursday and Friday, 11 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 Capitol Cider on Capitol Hill: All-gluten-free lunch has already started, and you may enter to win a gift card.

NOW CLOSED:

 Spur Gastropub in Belltown: Once a Seattle groundbreaker in terms of both gastropub cuisine and craft cocktails, Spur has closed due to financial issues, Tan Vinh reports.

 Company Bar in White Center: After five years in the neighborhood, the owner said, “it hurts my heart to walk away.”