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 which restaurants will open in the future, we’ve got you covered.
Here are 5 of the tastiest restaurants opening soon in Seattle.
If you are looking to taste Filipino dishes, you have to try Ballard’s Bunsoy. The new spot offers a menu brimming with Southeast Asian flavors. You’ll find menu items like duck confit adobo, lumpiang sariwa, lechon porchetta and more.
Or: 2221 Market Street Northwest
Hours: Sunday-Thursday 5pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday 5pm-10pm
Money Frog serves pan-Asian cuisine in the Vios’ former Capitol Hill location. You can dine on dishes like Peanut Condensed Milk Shrimp, Soft Shell Chilli Crab, and Green Beans. You’ll also find menu items like fried frog legs, cacio e pepe with yakisoba noodles, and curry ketchup fried rice. Our mouths are already watering.
Or: 903 19th Ave East
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 4pm-9pm
Here’s the tea: The first-ever Seattle Boba Fest is taking place in the U district this weekend
One of the biggest carnivals in the country is happening in Washington State this weekend and here’s where
The George at the Fairmont Olympic
The Fairmont’s new restaurant offers a brewery-inspired menu with a showcase of PNW seafood, dry-aged meats, produce, sustainably harvested items, and more. To complete the experience, guests can dine in a stunning interior by Spanish design studio Lázaro Rosa Violán (LRV).
Or: 411 University Street
Hours: Tuesday to Thursday from 5 p.m. to 9.30 p.m., Friday and Saturday from 5 p.m. to 10.30 p.m.
MariPili is taking over Seattle’s beloved Cafe Presse space. When it opens, you can enjoy Galician cuisine with menu items like Spanish meatballs and a variety of croquettes, among others. Tasty tasty!
Or: 1117 12th Avenue
Hours: Opening end of May
Seabird takes control of Hitchcock’s space on Bainbridge Island. When it opens, you’ll be able to find a menu with a frozen shellfish section featuring items like local oysters, spot prawns, geoducks, and green sea urchins. In addition, you will be able to find small plates like albacore tartare, octopus salad, chinook salmon crudo, etc.
Or: 133 Winslow Way East #100, Bainbridge Island, WA
Hours: Opening in June