It never hurts to try something new so why not try one or a few new restaurants in Seattle? From tantalizing sweets to unique eats, warming soups, burgers, and more, we have some incredible options for you! Here are 6 tasty new restaurants to check out in Seattle.

Milk Bar

NYC’s very own Milk Bar is officially open inside Bellevue Square’s Nordstrom. The sweet spot is located on the second level of the department store and has your favorite cake, cookies, and more.

Where: Bellevue Square
Hours: Monday-Saturday 10 AM-9 PM, Sunday 11 AM-7 PM

ʔálʔal Café

ʔálʔal Café pronounced “all all” is an Indigenous café serving pre-colonial, traditional foods. What’s more, ʔálʔal is a social enterprise owned and operated by Chief Seattle Club, and that means 100% of net profit goes back into the organization to support the work they’re doing for unhoused Natives.

Where: 122 2nd Ave S
Hours: Tuesday-Friday 6:30 AM-2:30 PM

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Dark Room


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Dark Room is a craft cocktail bar from bartenders Matthew Gomez, Matt Hassler, and Chef Amy Beaumier. They describe the bar as an “elevated experience where everyone is welcome.”

Where: 8505 Greenwood Ave N
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 4 PM to Late

Ox Burger


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Capitol Hill’s Taurus Ox now has a restaurant dedicated to one thing – the restaurant’s beloved smash burger. There’s also a chicken sandwich and sides on the menu like fries.

Where: 1523 E. Madison St., Suite 101
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 12 PM-9 PM

Asean Streat Food Hall


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When visiting Asean Streat Food Hall you’ll find eight different carts offering different kinds of cuisine. Options range from things like tea to ice cream, pho, and much more. You have the option of either ordering directly from your favorite cart or the self-service kiosk which allows you to check out all of the menus.

Where: 400 Pine St #136
Hours: Daily 11 AM-9 PM

Ohsun Banchan Deli & Cafe

Banchan is a side dish served with rice alongside most Korean meals. A good example is kimchi, pickled veggies, and seasoned spinach among many others. Ohsun Banchan has an inclusive menu with 50% of offerings being vegan and all are 100% gluten-free.

Where: 221 1st Ave S
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 11 AM-7 PM & Sunday 11 AM-4 PM