Seattle’s food scene is undeniably strong, and despite a year and a half of extreme challenges for the hospitality industry, Seattle is seeing new restaurants pop up all around town. With dishes ranging from pasta to fusion foods, these new spots have something for everyone. Here are 6 hot new Seattle restaurants to try this August.

LTD Edition Sushi


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Ltd Edition Sushi (@ltdeditionsushi)

Just last week we made a list of some of the best sushi spots in Seattle to check out and it looks like LTD Edition Sushi could be added soon. This new sushi spot serves up limited numbers of traditional Japanese omakase boxes daily. That means you not only get a beautiful meal but the freshest food possible.

Where: 1641 Nagle PL Suite 006
Hours: Thursday-Monday 4:30 pm-6:30 pm

Jackson’s Catfish Corner


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by “JACKSONS” CATFISH CORNER (@jacksonscatfishcorner)

During the pandemic, we all saw way too many good restaurants close which is why we’re super excited that Jackson’s Catfish Corner is back with a new spot in the Central District. They reopened in June but you can never go wrong with their tasty menu. You can score items like fried catfish, burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more.

Where: 2218 S Jackson St
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-9 pm, Sunday 12 pm-6 pm



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Autumn Restaurant (@autumnseattle)

Pasta lover rejoice, Autumn “focuses on a simple approach to pasta, seafood & vegetables”. It’s pretty much prime PNW cuisine. Due to Chef Brian Clevenger’s love for local seafood and produce you can find tons of locally sourced ingredients on the menu. Time to treat yourself to a pasta dish or two!

Where: 6726 Greenwood Ave N
Hours: Daily 5 pm-10 pm

Related posts:
The author of Seattle Walk Report just released a new book of the city’s secret spots
10 of the best things to do in & around Seattle this week (August 9-13)

Karachi Cowboys


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Karachi Cowboys (@karachicowboys)

The highly anticipated opening of this wildly popular Indian/Pakistani pop-up‘s brick-and-mortar location is finally here. You can now visit the new permanent location to grab your favorite, snacks, drinks, and mains. If you haven’t tried them yet you’ll definitely want to this week.

Where: 1517 12th Ave Suite 100
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 4-9

Seatango Argentine Bakery & Cafe


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Seatango (@seatangofoods)

If you’ve been looking for or wanting to try Argentinian cuisine then you need to check out Seatango. It started as a spot in Tukwila’s Spice Bridge and now has its own space on Lake City Way. You can score tasty sweet and savory pastries like empanadas, crepes, sandwiches and more.

Where: 12728 Lake City Way NE
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 8 am-4 pm, Friday 8 am-7 pm, Saturday 10 am-5 pm



View this post on Instagram


A post shared by Blotto (@blotto.seattle)

Yet another pop-up that went permanent this summer, Blotto has quickly become a Seattle fave thanks to its naturally leavened sourdough pizzas. Now you don’t have to worry about missing their pop-ups because you can head to their permanent Capitol Hill spot. Plus they have new pizzas to try all the time so you’ll never get bored.

Where: 1830 12th Ave
Hours: Pizza: Thursday-Saturday 5 pm- 9 pm, Shop/Bar: Thursday-Saturday 3 pm-9 pm, Sunday 12 pm-5 pm

See? Lot’s to try this month so get out there and treat yourself if you’re in the mood. Enjoy your eats and please be sure to follow all rules posted by each restaurant.