Food & Drink

This new Seattle restaurant in a historic spot has a disco hallway

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It’s been a while since Seattle has gotten a truly unique restaurant. But it looks like that’s changing with a new spot in Fremont called Dreamland Bar and Diner. And as the name suggests, this spot might just have you feeling a little dreamy.

Dreamland Bar and Diner is taking over the historic Red Door bar space. And we have to say that we think this restaurant will be a great new chapter of history for the building. After all, they’re serving up all-day breakfast with an incredibly unique interior and menu.

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And while you can find some classics on the menu you can also find some very unique items like guava mules and ‘tigers blood’ margs. So while you eat your all-day breakfast and sip your drinks you can enjoy a beautiful garden and disco ball hallway. And we’re thinking there are some pretty great Insta pic opportunities here.

And as this restaurant has opened during the pandemic they’re following all state guidelines to give you a safe dining experience. So you might just have to stop by for some new eats.

Dreamland Bar & Diner

Hours: Daily, 10AM-10PM
Where: 3401 Evanston Avenue N