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5 new restaurants you’ve got to try in Seattle

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Winter blues are a real thing, guys. If you’re feeling less than chipper, we have something that’ll pick you up real quick! We’re talking about food, and lucky for you, there are quite a few new restaurants opening in Seattle this month. Here are 5 that you should check out.

Musang

Yet another popular Seattle pop-up restaurant has found a permanent home. Musang is open for brunch and dinner service and is focused on the education of Filipino cuisine. If you didn’t try the food at one of their pop-ups, you’ll definitely want to stop by their permanent location. Who knows, you might just become a regular!

Where: 2524 Beacon Ave S.
Hours: Dinner | Wednesday – Sunday 5 pm – 10 pm

Dumpling The Noodle

This new restaurant gets the award for the cutest name. We’re hearing that the food is pretty good too! If you couldn’t guess by the name, their focus is noodles and dumplings. You really can’t go wrong with that.

Where: 1719 N 45th St
Hours: Daily 11:30am – 9:00pm

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Milk Drunk

Now, this restaurant isn’t here quite yet. The opening is expected to be in the summer of 2020, but it doesn’t mean we can’t get excited about it! Milk Drunk is a new venture from the owners of Homer and will feature soft serve, cocktails, and fried chicken sandwiches. That sounds pretty dang good right about now. Or always, really.

Where: Beacon Hill
Hours: TBA

Trubistro

This one is pretty different from the rest of the mix. Trubistro is the brain-child of Trucup, a company that produces low-acid coffee for people who aren’t able to drink coffee due to health issues. That being said, Trubistro has something for everyone and is a great addition to First Hill! Trubistro offers light fare like salads, fruit, pastries, and serves wine, charcuterie, and flatbreads in the evening.

Where: 610 Terry Ave
Hours: Daily 6am – 8pm

Noodle Legend

Clearly, there’s a theme with the new Seattle restaurants. But hey, we’re never againt noodles, and we love Noodle Legend in particular. This place is no-nonsense and is about food, not the decor. Don’t let the blah interior scare you away- you’ve gotta give it a try.

Where:  3642 33rd Ave S, Ste C6
Hours: Daily 10:30 am – 8:30 pm, closed Wednesday

Hungry yet, Seattle? It looks like you’re going to be in a noodle coma for a while. It could be worse though. Enjoy these new resturants in Seattle and let us know what you think!

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