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Here are 5 newly reopened restaurants to check out in Seattle

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Well, folks, we don’t know about you guys but we’re sure ready to dine-in again. And in case you didn’t know, dine-in service is approved in King County’s Phase 1.5. So with that in mind here are 5 newly reopened restaurants to check out in Seattle.

Bangrak Market

If you’re in need of some truly killer Thai food you need to stop by Bangrak Market. We love their fun interior and also their tasty food. And best of all they are partially reopened for dine-in so get on over to Belltown.

Cafe Presse

Presse has to be one of our absolute favorite spots on the hill. After all, who can say no to one of their delicious Croque Madames? We sure can’t. So we’re happy to say that they are partially reopened for dine-in service.

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Taylor Shellfish

And because this is the PNW you know we have to throw some seafood on the list. Of course, Taylor Shellfish is one of the best places to grab some seafood. But it’s also a great spot to have a beer and throw back a few Oysters.

14 Carrot Cafe

We love this funky Seattle diner as it’s one of the last real ones left. And they make pretty mean comfort and American dishes. So you know we have to throw them on here. Because we all love a good old breakfast/brunch with friends.

Pho Bac Sup Shop

We’re so happy to hear that Pho Bac is back up and running. Because let’s face it, Pho to go isn’t nearly as good as getting to sit down and enjoy it. But we sure do love Pho Bac so you know we’ll be stopping by soon for a tasty bowl of Pho.

Okay folks we hope you enjoy these newly reopened restaurants in Seattle. And if you do go be sure to wear a mask and follow any and all rules that restaurants have in place. Not to mention, bear with restaurants as they get back up and running. Because we all want to get back to dining-in as usual.

Happy eating Seattle!