It’s the start of a new month, summer is basically here and we’ll bet that you’re looking to get out of the house. A great way to do that is by treating yourself to some delicious food and drinks. Luckily for us, our town has a lot of options. In fact, we’ve got some fresh options you might not have tried out yet! Here are 6 new restaurants to check out this June in Seattle.

Dough Joy

 

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If you’re plant-based and like donuts, there’s a brand new spot that you need to check out. Dough Joy is a queer-owned donut truck that serves up yeast-raised plant-based donuts. They sell out pretty quickly so you may have to try a few times before you can get your hands on these delicious donuts.

Where: 5401 17th Ave
Hours: Varies, check Instagram for upcoming dates

Taku

 

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If you’re a fan of fried chicken then Taku should be your next dining destination. This new restaurant serves up delicious Japanese fried chicken. You can also grab dishes like rice bowls, and a karaage burger. We love that this spot has a small menu so that your choosing process is smooth.

Where: 706 E Pike St
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 3 pm-10 pm

Dat Creole Soul

 

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This one is a bit out of the way but still absolutely worth visiting. Dat Creole Soul serves up comfort food influenced by New Orleans flavors. You can find items like gumbo, gator on a stick, fried catfish, beignets, and more. Oh, and they also have a wide selection of drinks.

Where: Marine View Dr S, Des Moines, WA
Hours: Thursday-Saturday 5 pm-11:30 pm, Sunday 11 am-6 pm

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Finch and Pine

 

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Another win for plant-based eaters in the city. Finch and Pine is the newest plant-based spot to grace Capitol Hill focusing on natural and locally sourced ingredients from the PNW. You can dine on menu items like mushroom pate, seasonal gazpacho, confit tuna, and more.

Where: 711 Bellevue Ave E. Ste #100
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 8:30 am-3 pm, Saturday 9 am-3 pm, Sunday Brunch 10 am-3 pm

Seeking Kombucha

 

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Ever wanted to hit the bar without the booze? Well, the taproom at Seeking Kombucha allows you to do just that and more. Because you can actually still snag alcoholic drinks here but it’s a unique way to experience multiple kinds of drinks.

Where: 1091 Thomas Street, Suite A
Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 11 am-9 pm

Cycle Dogs

 

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We’ll cap with this long-awaited permanent location from the beloved vegan hot dog purveyor, Cycle Dogs. The new Ballard location has a menu full of your old favorites and also some new menu items to spice things up a bit. So if you’re in the mood for plant-based comfort food, head here.

Where: 5410 17th Ave NW
Hours: Wednesday-Friday 4 pm-8 pm, Saturday 11 am-8 pm, Sunday 11 am-6 pm

Those are our picks when it comes to new restaurants in Seattle. We hope that you get out there and treat yourself to some delicious food and support these new spots. Have a great weekend folks!