Skillet in Ballard will reopen on Monday, October 2, two months after a Greenfire Campus flood in July caused the popular restaurant to close. The building leak was substantial enough that Skillet was forced to remodel parts of the restaurant.
Skillet tells My Ballard that the restaurant will look mostly the same, with the addition of an expanded patio with more outdoor seating, and a painting of JFK in an Airstream that used to hang in the Capitol Hill location.
They’ll also be launching their company-wide fall menu, with seasonal dishes such as beer-braised pork shank with hot and spicy mustard BBQ sauce, crispy onions, and pretzel gnocchi; roasted pumpkin and quinoa salad with pomegranate, toasted coconut, and spiced orange vinaigrette; and for the sweet tooth, a giant malted hazelnut chocolate chip cookie with caramel drizzle and ice cream or a comice pear and ginger hand pie.
To keep updated on Skillet’s food truck whereabouts, click here for their Facebook page.