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 5 of the tastiest new and soon to open restaurants in Seattle.

Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls

It’s not every day that a new chain comes to Seattle, especially when it’s one that you might not be so familiar with. Popular Maryland seafood chain, Mason’s Famous Lobster Rolls is opening its very first West Coast location in the heart of Seattle.

Where: 1307 1st Avenue
When: Opens August 4th



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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

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Dough Joy


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This beloved vegan doughnut spot has opened a brand new spot in West Seattle! You can enjoy your old favorites in new digs.

Where: 4310 SW Oregon Street
Hours: Thursday-Sunday 8 am-2 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



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Noodle/Bar has been open since the spring but it’s new on our radar. It’s a great place to enjoy late summer and get ready for fall with some tasty noodles inspired by central China.

Where: 422 Yale Ave N
Hours: Wednesday-Monday 5 pm-10 pm

Enjoy all of the new restaurants in Seattle!