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Here are 10 new restaurants in Seattle worth trying this week

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In case you all haven’t seen, there’s a fair amount of new food things happening in the city. Between new restaurants and pop-ups, there are definitely a few food-centric things you’ll want to check out this week. So with that in mind, here are 10 new restaurants in Seattle worth trying this week.

Field to Table

This one is actually a pop-up but it’s pretty dang unique as it allows you to dine on Lumen Field! So this is a great way to taste food from acclaimed local chefs and check out an entirely new way of dining. Of course, it’s all socially distanced, and COVID-19 protocols are in place.

When: Until March 7th
Where: 800 Occidental Ave S
Cost: $100+

Hello Em

This very exciting new spot from the co-owner of Pho Bac Sup Shop, Yenvy Pham is officially open! SO if you’re looking to get your coffee fix and try something new, this is an excellent choice. You’ll also be able to score banh mi and other delicious treats.

Where: 1227 S Weller St.
Hours: Monday-Friday: 7 am-4 pm, Saturday & Sunday 8 am-4 pm

Allyum

new restaurants seattleWhen it comes to vegan food, this West Seattle spot looks pretty dang exciting. Plus they have a rotating menu so chances are if you become a regular, you’ll get to try tons of amazing and different dishes. Not to mention, we can probably all add a few more veggies into our diet so Allyum is a must for us.

Where: 2940 SW Avalon Way
Hours: Thursday & Friday 4 pm-8 pm, Saturday & Sunday 9 am-3 pm

Puffy Jacket Pop-Up Dining Series

Here’s another pop-up because why not? They are limited time only after all. This one is taking place at 12 different spots throughout the PNW. So that means you enjoy a unique menu at each of Columbia Hospitality’s participating restaurants. Don’t miss out!

When: Until March 27th
Where: 12 locations across the PNW
Cost: Varies

Umami Kushi

new restaurants seattleThis spot looks like it’s been open since January but it’s new to us. And we have to say their menu looks absolutely amazing. You can find unique items like Okazu Pan, Beignets, Yakitori, and more! So treat yourself to something unique this week.

Where: 9099 Seward Park Ave S
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 10 am-1 pm

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Dantini

Surprise! Another pop-up, maybe pop-ups will just be the future of dining concepts, who knows. Anyway, Dantini is a takeout-only artisanal pizza pop-up with locally sourced ingredients. So that means you have new pizzas to try every single week. If you’re ready to try a new pizza spot, consider giving them a go.

Where: 1417 Elliott Ave W
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 4 pm-8 pm

Cookies Country Chicken

Yep, pop-ups are where it’s at this month. Cookies Country Chicken focuses on you guessed it, chicken. So you can snag tenders, a sandwich, or a combo. And honestly, we like that the menu is short and sweet because it means fewer hard decisions for us. Keep in mind that hours depend on food availability.

Where: 121 S King Street
Hours: Wednesday & Thursday 11:30 am-8 pm, Friday  11:30 am-9 pm, Saturday 12 pm-9 pm, Sunday 12 pm-5 pm

Salty Blue


If you need some fish & chips in your life, Salty Blue is offering an Aussie take on the classic dish. Right now they’re open for take-out and delivery so treat yourself to some fish tacos, fish & chips, or even a burger. That sounds pretty tasty, doesn’t it?

Where: 601 South 3rd Street, Suite D, Renton, Washington
Hours: Wednesday-Saturday 11 am-7 pm, Sunday 11 am-4 pm

Flavor Lao Bowl

While spring is on the horizon, it’s definitely still winter so we could use a bowl of nice warm soup. If you guys are feeling the same then you should check out this brand new hot pot spot. You can also enjoy different Laotian noodle dishes and amazing sides.

Where: 7821 Aurora Ave N
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 11 am-8 pm, Sunday 11 am-6 pm

Martino’s

new restaurants seattleThis one is unique because Martino’s is actually back after a 5-year hiatus. But that still counts as new as a lot has happened in 5 years. So if you’re in the mood for a delicious sandwich, then you need to check them out. Plus you can also grab some killer sides.

Where: 7314 Greenwood Ave N
Hours: Thursday 3-8 pm, Friday & Saturday 11:30 am-8 pm, Sunday 10 am-4 pm

That’s what we have for you when it comes to new restaurants in Seattle! We hope that you check a few out this week and if you do, let us know what you think. Have a great week Seattle.