Seattle and good food go together like PB & J, which is why we’re always excited about new restaurants. If you’ve been waiting to eat out or are curious about what restaurants are opening in the future, we’ve got you. From bars to restaurants, you’ll have no problem finding new spots to visit.

Here are 8 of the tastiest new and soon-to-open restaurants in Seattle.

Mt. Joy


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This isn’t exactly a new restaurant but it is a new pop-up that is supposedly going to lead to a new restaurant chain. On September 16th, mysterious images of a chicken burger appeared on Instagram alerting local foodies to something new. That new thing is of course Ethan Stowell’s newest project, Mt. Joy. Curious foodies can get their hands err teeth on the chicken sandwich at Tavolata on Capitol Hill between October 14th and 16th.

When: October 14th-16th
Where: 501 E Pike St

Bigfoot Long’s

Bigfoot Long’s are now available for the foreseeable future at 4B’s Tavern in Ballard. You can snag dogs like the Basic Bigfoot, Seattle Sasquatch, and Bigfoots Walkin Stick. There are even some sweet treats like Grilled Cheesecake and the Luxury Luxardo Limo which has Hawaii sweet rolls, a peanut butter cup log, cherry jam, and toasted meringue.

Where: 4300 Leary Way NW
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday 6 PM-12 AM



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Seabird is taking over Bainbridge Island’s Hitchcock space. You’ll find a menu with an iced shellfish section with items like local oysters, spot prawns, geoduck, and green sea urchin. Additionally, you can enjoy small plates like albacore tartare, octopus salad, chinook salmon Crudo, and more.

Where: 133 Winslow Way East #100, Bainbridge Island, WA
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 5 pm-10 pm

Altitude Sky Lounge

Altitude Sky Lounge is perched 16 stories above Seattle, on top of the new Astra Hotel. They describe themselves as “an elite rooftop bar pairing stunning panoramic views with a sleek, modern atmosphere.” You’ll find a fine selection of wine, beer & cocktails.

Where: 300 Terry Avenue North
Hours: Monday-Friday 4 pm-12 am, Saturday & Sunday 5 pm-12 am

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Ooink Fremont


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Ooink recently opened a brand new location, if you’re unfamiliar with them, they’re located on Capitol Hill and serve “traditional Japanese soup twist with Chinese MALA.” While based in tradition, it’s certainly unique, with the menu stating “spicy and numbing is the soul.” You’ll find items like gyoza, all sorts of ramen, and more.

Where: 3630 Stone Way N
Hours: Thursday-Monday 4 PM-8 PM, Closed Tuesday & Wednesday



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Like many other restaurants, Outlier is adapting and getting creative. Their recent rebrand and menu change feature “all-new chef-crafted burgers featuring fresh, high-quality local ingredients and milkshakes that are nothing less than drool-worthy.”

Where: 1101 Fourth Avenue
Hours: Breakfast: Wednesday-Sunday 7 AM-10 AM, Happy Hour: Tuesday-Saturday 4 PM-6 PM, Dinner: Tuesday-Thursday 4 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 4 PM-10 PM

Good Voyage


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This new multi-purpose spot comes from the owners of South Park wine shop Left Bank. You can get coffee and also drinks later on in the night. Also expect eats, Doing, dancing and more.

Where: 8520 14th Ave South
Hours: Tuesday 7 am-2 pm, Wednesday-Thursday 7 am-2 pm & 4 pm-10 pm, Friday 7 am-2 pm & 7 pm-12 am, Saturday 9 am-12 am

Bar Solea


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Hitchcock Restaurant Group is back with a brand new restaurant opening on Seattle’s Capitol Hill at the end of October. The restaurant is “inspired by the regions of Italy, interpreted through the local bounty” and also has a selection of organic wines and other drinks.

Where: 822 1st Avenue
Hours: Exact opening date TBA, end of October

Enjoy all of the new restaurants in Seattle!