West Seattle restaurants: Mioposto sets Admiral opening date

The restaurant that’s moving into the north section of what was Admiralty House Antiques has set its opening date.

Via Twitter, Mioposto told us today that it’s planning to open the 2141 California SW restaurant on August 6th. News of Mioposto’s West Seattle expansion came back in January; our most-recent update was in March, when proprietor Jeremy Hardy told us they’ll open for lunch in Admiral as well as dinner. This will be Mioposto’s third restaurant, after Mt. Baker and Bryant. (Here’s the current menu.)

11 Replies to "West Seattle restaurants: Mioposto sets Admiral opening date"

  • Be mama June 23, 2015 (2:24 pm)

    I hope they open for breakfast too! Sounds delicious!

  • JAT June 23, 2015 (3:33 pm)

    Their breakfast pizza is outrageously great – big contributor to the anti $15/hr referendum though, so I haven’t had one in a while.

  • Wes C. Addle June 23, 2015 (3:36 pm)

    @Be mama
    Especially since we just lost one of our best and only breakfast spots in Zatz.

  • Jeanie June 23, 2015 (5:26 pm)

    Might be worth a try for breakfast if I’m really hungry, but, other than that, I’ll probably remain loyal to my West Seattle favorite for wood-fired, Neapolitan-style pizza: Pizzeria 22.

  • Laura June 23, 2015 (5:34 pm)

    i love there Mt Baker location. So cute and pizza is sooo yummy!

  • JanS June 23, 2015 (8:34 pm)

    sounds very good….another lunchtime place, especially…the small plates look very appealing

  • Diane June 23, 2015 (11:44 pm)

    thanks for the info JAT; bummer to hear that; I really like to support businesses that believe in treating their employees well, including a living wage

  • Jeremy Hardy June 24, 2015 (1:54 pm)

    We are shooting for opening August 6th though, continuing the tried and proved construction tradition of not hitting that deadline, ‘fingers crossed’!

    I understand the min wage comments and appreciate the sentiment. We are always trying to figure out how to deal with the inequalities that exist with the four walls of the restaurants; namely the tipped service employees and the non-tipped kitchen employees.

  • ChefJoe June 24, 2015 (11:59 pm)

    @Wes, so you’re saying I shouldn’t hold onto that $3 off $10 purchase Zatz coupon that came in my community shopper the other day ? Poor timing.

  • Craig June 25, 2015 (10:08 am)

    Jeremy whined about how he would NEVER open another restaurant because of the min wage increase, yet has opened 2 new restaurants since!

    How about a retraction Jeremy? Tell us you were wrong and that you can pay a living wage and be successful.

    Until he retracts his statements, I won’t step foot in his businesses.

  • Tired of the politics June 28, 2015 (7:52 am)

    C’mon people. If you want $15+ an hour, go to college. Seriously. How are small restaurant owners suppossed to keep their business afloat? If you owned a business, you would understand it. It’s not cheap. The pressure of keeping menu prices affordable, the cost of buying good meat and produce, etc. i am a west seattleite and i do NOT own a business…but i know many owners who are struggling to make ends meet who actually love their employees and the loyalty goes both ways.

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