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6 hot new restaurants to try in Seattle this fall

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Hello folks, are you ready for our latest roundup of the best new restaurants in Seattle to check out? It was a productive summer for the city, with everything from intimate sushi spots to celebrity chef concepts setting up shop.

Here are 6 new restaurants in Seattle to hit up.

Haymaker

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The latest concept from the General Harvest Restaurant group. This West Seattle spot is focusing on creating simple dishes from local ingredients, and is sure to become a neighborhood favorite.

Hours: Daily, 5PM-10PM
Where: 4706 California Avenue SW

Eight Row

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Inspired by the Washington orchard country, Eight Row is trying to bring the flavors of Washington’s farming community to the city. The Pan-American menu is perfect for family dinners or date nights.

Hours: Tuesday to Friday, 4PM-10PM and Saturday/Sunday, 10AM-10PM, Closed Monday
Where: 7102 Woodlawn Avenue NE

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Taneda Sushi

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This tiny sushi joint is yet another gem in an already competitive scene. Pull up a chair for the mind-blowing omakase menu, and settle into an hour and a half of pure sushi bliss.

Hours: Sunday/Tuesday to Thursday, 5:30PM-9:30PM and Friday/Saturday, 5:30PM-10:30PM, Closed Monday
Where: 219 Broadway E

Lazy Susan

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Korean-Mexican fusion? Now that’s a mix we’ve yet to experience. But we need to because bulgogi beef mixed into a burrito sounds like a match made in heaven.

Hours: Monday to Friday, 4PM-10PM, Saturday, 12PM-10PM and Sunday, 12PM-9PM
Where: 823 5th Avenue N

Momosan

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The first restaurant in the city from acclaimed Iron Chef Morimoto. It hasn’t exactly gotten off to a flying start, but this is one of those places that needs to be experienced at least once. Plus, we’re sure that the dining experience will live up to the name behind it.

Hours: Daily, 5PM-11PM
Where: 510 5th Avenue South

Paju

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Korean is just a great cuisine for the winter months, so we’re shining the spotlight on Paju as well. There’s nothing interesting here- just fantastic Korean dishes at an affordable price point. Perfect for our next ‘treat yourself’ lunch break.

Hours: Dinner Wednesday to Monday, 5PM-9:30PM, Lunch Friday to Sunday, 11:30AM-3PM, Closed Tuesday
Where: 11 Mercer Street

And there you have it folks! Our round-up of the best new restaurants in Seattle to try out this fall. What’s the first one on your list?

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