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Here are 5 tasty places to get takeout from in Seattle this weekend

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Well folks the weekend is almost here and we think it’s a great time to treat yourself with some delicious takeout. After all, what’s better on a weekend than staying in and wilding out on some grub? So we thought we’d give you a few unique spots to try if you’re into recommendations. Here are 5 tasty places to get takeout from in Seattle this weekend.

Biang Biang Noodles

If you’re into Chinese cuisine you should definitely try Biang Biang Noodles. This spot is still pretty new and has a menu with tons of tasty options. You can try noodles, bao, soup noodles, and more! So definitely give them a try this weekend.

When: Sunday-Thursday 11:30 am-8:30 pm, Friday & Saturday 11:30 am-9 pm
Where: 601 E Pike St Unit 100
Options: Takeout & Delivery


If you’re in the mood for Italian you can give the new Mezzanotte a try. This Georgetown spot focuses on pasta, wine, and cocktails. So you can expect a short and to-the-point menu that will satisfy all your pasta cravings.

When: Wednesday, Thursday, Sunday 4 pm-9 pm, Friday & Saturday 4 pm-10 pm
Where: 1210 S Bailey St
Options: Delivery, Takeout & Outdoor Dining

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Taurus Ox

This new spot is offering up some delicious and unique Laotian cuisine. So if you want to try something new this weekend this spot should be your first stop. After all, we don’t know if we’ve ever had Laotian cuisine.

When: Tuesday-Saturday 12 pm-9 pm
Where: 1523 E Madison St, Ste 101
Options: Delivery, Takeout & Outdoor Dining

BB.Q Chicken

This new fried chicken spot just opened in the U District. And they are certainly unique as they fry all their chicken in olive oil and truly put their chicken to the test. So if you want to step up your comfort food game this weekend consider giving BB.Q Chicken a try.

When: Daily 12 pm-8:30 pm
Where: 4223 University Way Ave NE
Options: Takeout & Indoor Dining


And finally, if you want to have an array of small plates at home you can consider checking out Sawyer. This Ballard newbie has a menu full of tasty dishes. And they have some pretty delicious-looking desserts as well. So we might just have to stop by.

When: Wednesday-Saturday 5 pm-9 pm, Sunday 10 am-2 pm
Where: 5309 22nd Ave NW
Options: Takeout & Outdoor Dining

Okay, folks, that’s what we have for you when it comes to places to get takeout from in Seattle this weekend. And if you end up trying one of these spots please be sure to let us know what you think and send your food pics our way!