New year, new food, Seattle-based mama group aka the group behind Mamnoon has officially opened its newest restaurant. The latest restaurant, street eats, is now open in South Lake Union.

The street eats concept had its public grand opening on February 6th. Guests are now able to enjoy a menu that offers a selection of curated, classic Middle Eastern dishes. Some of those dishes include fatteh and mujadara, mamnoon street’s unique shawarminis, and even “build-your-own-bowl” options offered with a variety of proteins, vegetables and more.

All in all, the menu aims to “broaden the experience of traditional and modern Levantine flavors.”

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What’s more, street eats is based on a quick-service restaurant model. So if you’re looking to enjoy flavorful food on the go or during work, it might just become your new go to. Plus, the restaurant has a mini manna market, with a retail wall of mamnoon fine foods, pantry items and even more grab-and-go refrigerated items.

What are you waiting for? The restaurant can be enjoyed weekdays from 12 PM to 7 PM.

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Where: 2040 6th Avenue
Hours: Monday-Friday 12 PM to 7 PM