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Seattle’s New Restaurant Openings

The new restaurant openings you should know about.

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89 Spots
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Updated January 4th, 2021

If you tried to keep track of every brand new restaurant in Seattle, you might go a little bit crazy. So just read this list instead. These are the new restaurant openings that seem like they have the most potential - although keep in mind, for the ones we haven’t tried, we make no promises. Go forth and be a pioneer.

Editor’s Note: All restaurants listed below are currently open for carryout, delivery, or outdoor dining.



$$$$ 2940 SW Avalon Way

This new West Seattle all-day cafe focuses on sustainably-sourced ingredients and plant-based dishes, like carrot lox benedicts to mushroom bolognese. The menu is primarily vegan, but they’re going to serve local eggs, oysters, and mussels soon as well.


Boombox Bar

$$$$ 9608 16th Ave SW

Boombox is a new spot in White Center serving takeout sandwiches ranging from double cheeseburgers to herb-roasted chicken with Mama Lil’s peppers and thyme aioli. You can also order snacks like tempura green bean fries and mac and cheese.

Nolita Italian Restaurant

$$$$ 5909 15th Ave NW

Replacing Pasta Bella in Ballard is Nolita, an Italian restaurant that serves dishes like bucatini all’amatriciana, lasagna, chicken piccata, tiramisu, and more. They also have a vegan and vegetarian menu available, too.

Nate Watters

Bizzarro Italian Cafe

$$$$ 9635 16th Ave SW

We love Bizzarro for their decor choices, like a bicycle hanging from the ceiling and a radio blaring static in the bathroom. But we love them even more for their delicious fresh pasta (and crispy arancini). Now there’s a new location in White Center, so if you live in West or South Seattle, you’re that much closer to creamy mushroom pappardelle and snap pea carbonara.

Light Sleeper

$$$$ 1424 11th Ave Suite D

This wine bar took over Bar Ferdinand’s Chophouse Row space, and is open right now for lunch and as a bottle shop from 11am-2pm, Tuesday-Saturday. On the menu, you can expect small plates for snacking as well as pizzas.

Communion R&B

$$$$ 2350 E Union St

Chef Kristi Brown, owner of the catering company and black eyed pea hummus operation That Brown Girl Cooks, has opened Communion with her son Damon Bomar on the first floor of the landmark Liberty Bank Building. The Central District restaurant specializes in soul food with some Seattle-specific touches, from a (very excellent) fried catfish po’ boy dressed with bánh mì fixings to lemony lentils and berbere grilled chicken as a nod to Ethiopian restaurants and markets in the CD. Right now, they’re offering takeout as well as outdoor seating on their heated patio.

Aviv Shawarma Bar

$$$$ 1165 Harrison St

This is a new Middle Eastern spot in South Lake Union from the same team behind Aviv Hummus Bar. You’ll see the same delicious hummus, falafel, and pita sandwiches that they serve at their Capitol Hill location - but with the addition of turkey shawarma seasoned with lamb fat from a spit. Pita, hummus, and tehina are also available in bulk to buy for your pantry.

Parish Nw

$$$$ 5313 Ballard Ave NW Ste A

Taking over The Sexton’s space in Ballard is Parish Northwest, a cajun and creole restaurant serving Southern dishes like po’ boys, gumbo, étouffée, red beans and rice, and more. They have a covered, heated patio available for outdoor dining.

Post Pike Bar & Cafe

$$$$ 212A Broadway E

Next to the Broadway Post Office on Capitol Hill comes Post Pike Cafe, a new all-day spot that serves sandwiches for breakfast and lunch made using fresh bagels from Westman’s - from BECs to tuna melts. They also sell espresso drinks and takeout cocktails.


La Rue

$$$$ 1525 E Olive Way Unit B-1

La Rue is a Parisian-style creperie on Capitol Hill located through a window at the bottom of cannabis shop The Reef. You can expect crepes filled with everything from blackberry jam and ricotta to foraged mushrooms and leek confit, as well as a full espresso bar if you’re thirsty. The window is open on Wednesday-Friday from 9am-9pm, and Saturday-Sunday from 9am-8pm.

Sovereign Brewing

$$$$ 851 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, WA 98144

This new brewery on Rainier is the sister spot to Standard Brewing, where you’ll find their more experimental beers, like wild ales and funky sours. You can check out their Instagram for more details.

Man Vs. Fries

$$$$ 4253 22nd Ave W

Man Vs. Fries is a takeout-only restaurant founded by tech professional Bill Bonhorst who wanted french fries to be more than just a side dish. With locations already in the Bay Area and Portland, the latest pop-up fry shop is in Interbay. The delivery and pickup menu here has everything from Flamin’ Hot Cheeto-stuffed burritos, loaded carne asada fries, and french fry crunchwraps.

Sumo Sushi Express

$$$$ 219 Broadway E Ste 18 Seattle WA 98102 United States

Replacing the recently-closed Ha Na Sushi is Sumo Express, located inside the Broadway Alley Building. You can expect appetizers like karaage and gyoza, ramen, nigiri, and specialty rolls ranging from vegan ones topped with seaweed salad to fish-stuffed, tempura-battered ones.


$$$$ 913 S Jackson St Ste D

This Vietnamese cafe in the International District serves various types of drinks, from strong coffee mixed with yogurt to salted lime soda, along with desserts like flan and pandan waffles.

Remedium Island Grill

$$$$ 1449 E Pine St

Remedium Island Grill on the corner of 15th and Pine on Capitol Hill is a restaurant that serves dishes like bánh khọt, spam musubi, and sisig. Dine-in reservations are coming soon, but they are currently doing takeout and delivery which you can order on their website.


$$$$ 8420 Greenwood Ave N

Operating out of Hummus Cafe in Greenwood is a new brunch spot called Afrangie. They specialize in Egyptian and Tunisian breakfasts, as well as Turkish coffee and tea.


Hangry Panda

$$$$ 7815 Aurora Ave N

This Taiwanese bubble tea shop in Greenwood serves various milk teas, including their signature “panda milk” - a black sesame-swirled drink made with salted milk. They also have a full menu of teriyaki plates and fried chicken sandwiches as well.



$$$$ 5307 Ballard Ave NW

The bad news: Bastille, a great French spot in Ballard, has permanently closed. The good news: The same team kept the space and opened Sabine in its place. Their new restaurant is an all-day cafe specializing in toasts topped with things like housemade ricotta and jam, as well as sandwiches and coffee. You can also buy their jams and hot sauces to go, too.


$$$$ 607 Summit Ave E

There have been a ton of pop-ups lately featuring naturally-fermented pizza - Cornelly stands out from the rest because it’s not a pop-up, but rather a permanent spot. Located on Capitol Hill, they’re serving (takeout-only) pies with toppings that range from fontina, ricotta, and black pepper to fennel sausage and kale. Plus, homemade pasta and takeout cocktails.

Black Coffee

$$$$ 16743 Aurora Ave N

Black Coffee in Shoreline is more than a coffee shop - it’s a community and a movement. For now, their drive-through is open, serving drinks made with Boon Boona beans and pastries from Zuri’s Donuts. To check out our conversation with Black Coffee’s owner, DarNesha Weary, click here.



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Temple Pastries

$$$$ 2524 S Jackson St Unit 104

Temple Pastries started out as a pop-up, and now has a steady location in the Central District. You can expect croissants, sourdough, and other baked goods made with different flours like rye and buckwheat.

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Secret Congee

$$$$ 4405 Wallingford Ave N

This takeout spot in Wallingford specializes in congee topped with everything from slow-cooked brisket and kimchi to blue crab and fried garlic, along with fried dough, soft-boiled egg, and century eggs as add-ons.

Rea Mizuta

Ramen Ramen

$$$$ 5300 Rainier Ave S

Ramen Ramen is a new noodle soup operation from the team behind Sam Choy’s Poke To The Max - and is located in the form of a food truck in their parking lot. Choose from ramen toppings ranging from braised pork to truffled crab.

Spice Box

$$$$ 1520 Broadway

Replacing Moti Mahal on Broadway is a new Indian spot called Spice Box, serving naan, curries, pakoras, and more.


$$$$ 122 Westlake Ave N

Katsu-Ya is a household sushi name in Los Angeles, and they’ve opened their first Seattle location in South Lake Union. Expect lots of nigiri, sashimi, and their signature appetizers like spicy tuna on crispy rice and jalapeño yellowtail with ponzu.


$$$$ 1517 12th Ave Suite 100

The team behind Left Bank (our favorite wine bar in Seattle) has opened a bottle shop to replace Juicebox Cafe. They carry exclusively natural wine that you can preorder online for pickup or Saturday delivery (for orders over $100), and there are plans for the space to double as a wine bar eventually.


$$$$ 900 Madison St.

This new all-day Italian restaurant located at Hotel Sorrento in First Hill is complete with a heated outdoor tent now that the weather’s starting to turn. The menu features housemade pasta, seafood, steak, and s’mores after 5pm.


$$$$ 456 N 36th St

The bar formerly known as Ballroom is now the second location of Talarico’s (their first location being in West Seattle). Both spots are known for their giant slices of pizza.

Salty Shack

$$$$ 2121 N 45th St

The Octopus Bar in Wallingford opened a walkup takeout window called The Salty Shack. You can expect to-go cocktails (chilled and canned as well as hot toddies), sandwiches, hot dogs, and other bar snacks like chicken strips, tater tots, and soft pretzels with queso.

Wide Eyed Wines

$$$$ 1424 11th Ave, Suite C

Wide-Eye Wines just opened replacing a boutique in Chophouse Row. The wine store sells sustainable bottles - to learn more as well as shop online, visit their website.

Chengdu Taste 滋味成都

$$$$ 504 5th Ave S Ste 106

As of Saturday, October 10th, this iconic Sichuan chain from California will be open in the International District. Our Los Angeles team loves Chengdu Taste, and we’re very excited to get involved with some numbingly-spicy mapo tofu, toothpick lamb, and boiled fish with green pepper sauce.

Great State Burger

$$$$ 5411 Ballard Ave NW

Great State Burger has a new location on Ballard Ave that’s serving the same smashburgers, crinkle fries, and milkshakes made from Parfait ice cream.

The Flour Box

$$$$ 5520 Rainier Ave S

This former donut pop-up now has a permanent location in Hillman City, taking over the former Big Chickie space. Right now, all of the pastries are only available for preorder - find out more on their Instagram page.


Soul Shack On Da Hill

$$$$ 324 Broadway East

Taking over the espresso stand in the parking lot of Teriyaki & Wok on Broadway is a brand new soul food takeout spot serving homemade hot dogs, sambusas, queso nachos, wings, and fried alligator.

How To Cook A Wolf

$$$$ 4200 E Madison St

This classic Italian spot from Ethan Stowell now has a new location in Madison Park, open for pickup, delivery, and dine-in service. You can order takeout here and make a table reservation here.


$$$$ 3627 Stone Way N

Also from the Ethan Stowell universe, a third Tavolata location replaces the late Super Bueno on Stone Way.

Tang Food Mart & Deli

$$$$ 6249 Airport Way S

This new convenience store in Georgetown serves Vietnamese food like banh mi, rice and noodle dishes, and fish sauce chicken wings.

Great Notion Brewing

$$$$ 6325 Airport Way S

This popular Portland brewery known for hazy IPA, sours, and stouts now has a Seattle location in Georgetown, complete with a patio. Right now they’re not serving food, but you can bring in takeout from surrounding restaurants, like Tang Food Mart and Fonda La Catrina.

Charlotte is located on the 16th floor of the Lotte Hotel Downtown, and you can expect cocktails, fresh pasta, and lots of seafood.

Shake Shack

$$$$ 2580 NE University Village St

Shake Shack opened its third Seattle-area location at University Village (the other two being in South Lake Union and Kirkland). Expect the same burgers, crinkle fries, and concretes you know and love.

Hello Robin

$$$$ 2570 NE University Village St

This Capitol Hill cookie bakery serves flavors ranging from classic chocolate chip to blueberry pancake, and now has a second location at U-Village.

Musashi’s Newsroom

$$$$ 1448 NW Market St Suite 150

This is the newest installment from the Musashi’s team. Their new Ballard spot doubles as a sushi takeout counter and an espresso bar that serves specialty rolls, musubi, tea, lattes, and even pints of ice cream.

Tanuki Izakaya

$$$$ 5266 University Way NE

Currently only open for takeout and delivery, Tanuki is a new izakaya in the University District. Their menu is full of appetizers like gyoza, takoyaki, and corn-stuffed chicken wings, as well as nigiri and rectangular-pressed oshizushi.

Hai Di Lao Hot Pot

$$$$ 600 Pine St Level 3

Haidilao is a chain of hot pot restaurants founded in Sichuan, and the new location in Seattle’s Pacific Place Mall is one of the few Haidilaos in the U.S. Broth flavors range from chicken and pork bone to hot and sour pickles and come with plenty of meats, vegetables, and seafood for dunking. They’re open for dine-in service as well as takeout.

The Fry Guys

$$$$ 1740 1st Ave S

Opening as a takeout-only counter spot in SoDo, The Fry Guys specialize in loaded french fries, with toppings ranging from pizza-inspired to shrimp alfredo. They also offer delivery - a piece of information that our Saturday night personas are glad to hear.

Taco City Taqueria

$$$$ 5212 Rainier Ave S

Taco City is a new taqueria in Columbia City with indoor dining and a patio for outdoor dining. You can expect tacos, tortas, burritos, and nachos, as well as brunch and bar snacks (like wings and mozzarella sticks).

Shinya Shokudo

$$$$ 2401 3rd Ave

This Japanese spot in Belltown is an izakaya, serving cocktails, appetizers, and many different types of yakitori skewers, from wagyu ribeye to chicken liver. Plus, there’s a $45 omakase option that includes 12 skewers and a bowl of rice.


O Maki

$$$$ Greenwood Ave

Greenwood has a new sushi and teriyaki spot, and it’s open for takeout, delivery, and curbside pickup.

The Halal Guys

$$$$ 333 Eighth Ave. N 107

The Halal Guys opened a brand new location in South Lake Union - takeout and delivery are available for their gyro and chicken plates.

Cloudburst Brewing

$$$$ 5456 Shilshole Ave

Cloudburst opened a second location on Shilshole Ave. in Ballard. They’re selling their beer to-go only for now, and you can stop by to grab some from 11am-8pm. Check out their Instagram for more information.

Bounty Kitchen

$$$$ 550 19th Ave E

Bounty Kitchen’s third location is open - it took over the space on 19th Ave. E that Tallulah’s left behind. You can expect the same menu of tasty breakfast and lunch dishes as the South Lake Union and Queen Anne locations, plus limited seating on their side patio.

Off Alley

$$$$ 4903 Rainier Ave S

Taking over the old La Teranga space in Columbia City is a new upscale farm-to-table spot called Off Alley. They’re only seating six people at a time (as the dining room is small) - learn more on their Instagram.


$$$$ 7800 1st Ave NW

This new brand of hard cider opened a tasting room in Phinney Ridge, offering takeout growler fills, merch, and four-packs of cans. You can expect a semi-sweet, semi-dry, and blackberry sage (seasonal) cider.

Local Tide

Local Tide

$$$$ 401 N 36th St Suite 103

Local Tide is a seafood spot in Fremont with a pretty simple menu - shrimp toast to start, six different sandwiches (rockfish, salmon, fried fish, a smashburger, a vegetarian option, or a weekend-only crab roll), salad, plus some pie for dessert. They’re open daily from 12-7pm.


$$$$ 700 Broadway E Suite A

It’s been a while since the “secret Starbucks” of Capitol Hill (a.k.a. Roy Street Coffee & Tea) closed forever. Now it’s a bar called Rapport, and they’re serving wine, beer, bottled cocktails, and a food menu of tartines, sandwiches, and salads. They open at 7am every day, but that’s because Rapport also doubles as a coffee shop. You can order takeout online, or eat at one of their patio tables.

Jordan Nicholson


$$$$ 1210 S Bailey St.

Replacing Bar Ciudad in Georgetown is Mezzanotte, an Italian spot open for takeout and dine-in service. Their menu is full of appetizers like burrata, focaccia, and fried pickled chicken, but they specialize in fresh pasta, from rigatoni carbonara to tajarin with sausage and butter. For more information, you can check out their Instagram.

JULY 2020

84 Yesler

$$$$ 84 Yesler Ave.

This upscale Italian restaurant replaced Bisato’s Pioneer Square location. Their dining room is open, serving fresh pasta, seafood, and steak. If you don’t want to eat inside, they have a couple of patio tables set up - but you can also order takeout or grab items like uncooked pasta, sauces, and cheeses from their deli case.

Milk Drunk

$$$$ 2805 Beacon Ave South

This sister spot to Homer on Beacon Hill is officially open from 12-8pm Wednesday-Sunday, serving fried chicken (or portobello) sandwiches with toppings that range from pickles and mayo to hot honey and ham. You’ll also find soft serve with dips, mozzarella sticks, and waffle fries with a bunch of dipping sauces like green aioli and whipped garlic.

Mai's Kitchen

$$$$ 1150 11th Ave

Mai’s Kitchen is a Vietnamese spot on Capitol Hill that serves pho, rice plates, vermicelli bowls, and bánh mì. It also doubles as a bubble tea shop.

Osprey Bistro

$$$$ 309 S Cloverdale St Suite A4

South Park has a new cafe that serves breakfast and lunch for dine-in service or takeout. They have everything from a breakfast burrito to an heirloom tomato and watermelon salad with ricotta. You can find out more on their website

Two Doors Down

$$$$ 2332 E Madison St

This great burger joint on Capitol Hill has a brand new location in Pioneer Square. You can expect the same tasty burgers, fries, and hoppy garlic mayo, plus, if you’re not in the mood for beef, Two Doors Down has veggie, Impossible, and Beyond patty options, too.

La Josie's

$$$$ 514 E Pike

Fogon Cocina’s new sister spot, La Josie, is a tequila bar that took over the former East Trading Company space on Pike. They have a huge lineup of margaritas made with infused tequilas (like watermelon and hibiscus) as well as a short food menu of tacos, tortas, salsas and chips, and tostadas. Plus, their sidewalk patio is open for dine-in service.

Kakigori Dessert Cafe

$$$$ 2207 E Madison St

This casual dessert spot on Madison features bingsoo, the Korean shaved ice topped with sweetened condensed milk, fruit, and red beans. You’ll also find soft serve in many different vessels here, too, like Thai iced tea floats and inside watermelon slices.

Pik N Move

$$$$ 7617 Aurora Ave N

Pik-N-Move is a new Indian spot right off 99 near Green Lake, and they specialize in pizza, cake, snacks like pakora and samosas, and kathi rolls. They’re open for takeout and delivery only.

Frankie & Jo's

$$$$ 2623 NE University Village St

The best vegan ice cream in town has opened their third location at University Village, and their excellent plant-based scoops and pints are available for carryout.

Dreamland Bar & Diner

$$$$ 3401 Evanston Ave N

This new diner in Fremont has things like fried chicken and Hong Kong-style bubble waffles, pineapple French toast, fish tacos, and a full bar menu of cocktails, beer, and spiked vegan grasshopper slushies. They’re open from 10am-10pm, and they also have Happy Hour from 2-5pm.

Jack's Chicken Shack

$$$$ 228 9th Ave

The Jack’s BBQ team has set up a fried chicken window at their SLU location. You can purchase quarter pound chicken tenders, sandwiches, and sides for takeout or delivery.

Red Arrow Coffee

$$$$ 424 NW Market Street

The team behind Brimmer & Heeltap opened a coffee shop in their Ballard garden patio space, where seating is available. Red Arrow serves Caffe Umbria espresso and a food menu full of breakfast sandwiches, snacks, and Brimmer & Heeltap’s signature thick-cut toasts.

Sai Sushi & Sake

$$$$ 25 W Mercer St

Sai is an omakase-only, reservation-only sushi restaurant in Queen Anne with a preset tasting for $135 per person. The meal starts with a few appetizers, then moves on to 11 pieces of nigiri, a handroll, miso soup, and dessert.

Sazon D'la Baja

$$$$ 2232 Queen Anne Ave N

Sazon D’la Baja’s second location in Queen Anne has seven different types of ceviche, including smoked salmon, in case you’re craving raw fish on a patio this summer. You can also get tacos, tortas, espresso, and dishes like chilaquiles and shrimp omelettes with chorizo sauce.

JUNE 2020

Biang Biang Noodles

$$$$ 601 E. Pike

This Xi’an spot on Capitol Hill is open for dine-in service with a menu of spicy hand-pulled noodles, dumplings, soup, sauerkraut boiled fish, and crispy bao filled with things like fried chicken or tofu.

The Ballard Cut

$$$$ 5313 Ballard Ave NW Ste A

Taking the place of Carnivore is a new farm-to-table restaurant called The Ballard Cut, where you can find fresh seafood, homemade pasta, and a bunch of cocktails with Japanese whiskey. They are serving takeout, but you can also make a dine-in reservation here.

Tyger Tyger

$$$$ 114 Republican St

The team behind Lionhead has opened another Sichuan restaurant, this time in Queen Anne. Their menu has everything from pork dumplings in chili oil and rice cakes with bacon to five-spice duck and chili cumin beef, and they’re open for limited seating dine-in service as well as takeout and delivery.

MAY 2020

Di Fiora

$$$$ 1320 University St

This Capitol Hill restaurant specializes in Thai/Malaysian food with some European influences, like pad cha made with squid ink linguine, steak with rosemary truffle oil and tamarind, and an Italian basil burger with sticky rice for buns. They’re also open for dine-in service.

The Spot

$$$$ 2920 SW Avalon Way

The Spot is a new coffee shop in West Seattle that serves a full menu of espresso drinks as well as breakfast sandwiches and homemade waffles with toppings ranging from syrup and cinnamon to berries and Nutella.

APRIL 2020

SUSU Dessert Bar

$$$$ 665 S King St

Susu used to be at various farmers’ markets around the area selling rolled ice cream, and now they have a curbside pickup operation in the International District. They stopped doing ice cream during the pandemic, but they’re serving beautiful homemade pastries, coffee, wine, and beer to go.

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Sunny Hill

$$$$ 3127 NW 85th St

The Stoneburner team has opened a second pizza spot in Sunset Hill serving both round and thick Detroit-style pies. You can also find burgers, waffle fries, salads, and roasted chicken.


$$$$ 2319 E Madison St

This farm-to-table restaurant on Capitol Hill is open for dine-in service on their patio, serving a preset tasting menu on Fridays and Saturdays, as well as takeout packages involving different meats for grilling. You can find out more information at their website.

MARCH 2020

Donburi Station

$$$$ 5503 Airport Way S

Donburi Station is the sister spot to Fremont Bowl, and the menu is pretty similar, featuring sashimi bowls, katsu, sukiyaki, and appetizers like gyoza and edamame.

Panino Taglio

$$$$ 6003 12th Ave S

Last year, the Hitchcock Deli team sold the deli, only to move back into the space again in March and make it a pizza shop. Panino Taglio is the Georgetown offshoot of Bar Taglio, specializing in thick Roman-style pies topped with everything from fresh mozzarella and basil to potatoes and mangalitsa pancetta. You can also buy pantry staples and par-baked pizzas to cook at home.

El Buho

$$$$ 9640 16th Ave SW

El Buho is a Mexican spot in White Center that’s open for dine-in service on their patio from 4-10pm daily. You’ll find things here like tacos, burritos, fried chicken sandwiches, quesadillas, carne asada fries, and a cocktail menu featuring a lot of tequila and mezcal.



$$$$ 6501 35th

This casual counter-service, takeout-only spot in West Seattle has a menu of teriyaki, Hawaiian lunch plates, fried vegetables, chicken sandwiches, and noodles.

Meet Korean BBQ

$$$$ 500 E Pike St.

Something is finally open in the old Trove space - Meet Korean BBQ is from the same team behind Chan and serves meats to grill like gochujang pork belly, wagyu beef, honey-marinated skirt steak, and short rib. They have other plates on their menu, too, like bibimbap, chili-caramel chicken wings, and a bulgogi, corn, and cheese appetizer.

Niles Peacock Kitchen & Bar

$$$$ 4025 Stone Way N

Niles Peacock in Wallingford is a new bar that serves classic cocktails like gin rickeys and Manhattans. They also have bar snacks and pizzas topped with everything from nutella and blue cheese to capicola and mushrooms.


Mount & Bao

$$$$ 12534 Lake City Way NE

Taking the place of Yummy Space in Lake City is a casual sit-down dumpling spot called Mount & Bao. The menu’s full of different wontons, potstickers, bao, noodles, and stir-fried vegetables.

Petite Soif

$$$$ 3309A Beacon Ave S

This is a new wine bar on Beacon Hill from the same team behind Vif. They serve exclusively-natural wine as well as French snacks like chicken liver mousse and ham tartines.


$$$$ 403 N 36th St

Revel is finally back in Fremont. The Korean restaurant and one of our Greatest Hits was temporarily located in South Lake Union while their permanent location finished renovations. They’re serving the same menu of rice bowls, kimchi pancakes, dumplings, salads, and noodles, but their liquor license is still pending.


$$$$ 224 Broadway E

This is the third restaurant from the same team behind Suika and Tamari Bar. And while those other two spots specialize in small plates and drinking snacks, Rondo is all about larger entrees, like mazemen, ramen, rice bowls topped with sashimi or katsu, and bento boxes. Plus, it’s also open for lunch.


$$$$ 2524 Beacon Ave S

Musang used to be a pop-up, but now this Filipino restaurant has a permanent location inside of a renovated house on Beacon Hill. Everything on the menu, from pork sinigang to whole grilled fish, is less than $25. You can also expect a bunch of desserts like chocolate goat milk pudding and leche flan.

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