A list of the best restaurants in Seattle will always be a somewhat subjective list, but if you’re a foodie, you probably find some excitement in trying new restaurants near your apartment. Having a few, comfortable “go-to” restaurants you can rely on for great food is always a good list to have in your back pocket, but so is stumbling upon a new restaurant to add to your foodie repertoire. Here are some of the best places for foodies in Seattle.
Try These 8 New Seattle Restaurants
Some of the best restaurants in Seattle have been around for years, but there are always new and exciting places cropping up that deserve a visit. The restaurant business is a cutthroat one, and restauranteurs must work hard to meet an incredibly demanding public. Restaurants go out of business just about as quick as other ones take their place, and you may want to try some of the following new restaurants.
Consider trying these relatively new places to eat:
1. Jerk Shack
This restaurant serves Caribbean-inspired food in Belltown in a cheerful space with yellow walls and turquoise seats. The restaurant is located at 2510 1st Avenue in Seattle.
2. Breezy Town Pizza
The owner of Windy City Pie, which is a Chicago-style pizza place, recently owned the new Breezy Town Pizza, which features some fresh, experimental pizzas.
3. Deep Dive
This new place is styled like a hotel bar in Manhattan and is located at the Amazon Spheres. Check it out if you want to enjoy some high-end cocktails in a space with a vintage feel.
4. Opus Co.
This interesting restaurant is a mixture of Korean food and Middle America cuisine and serves everything from various meat dishes on the chef’s menu to pickled vegetables and salads.
This diverse restaurant has an elegant dining room, a long bar, and a lounge and is a great place to visit if you’re in Downtown Seattle at happy hour.
6. D’La Santa
If you like Mexican food and want to try more than tacos and burritos, D’La Santa is an excellent place to try food from a native Guadalajaran.
7. The Shambles
This restaurant is described as a “mega-casual restaurant – beef bar – butchery,” and it features a whole list of meat dishes, as well as an extensive selection of beer.
8. Fremont Bowl
Known as a spot for Japanese comfort food, this fast-casual restaurant serves tuna, shrimp, salmon, and even has broiled eel on its menu.
According to Seattle Met…
“…these are the meals that sent us into the night with an extra bounce in our step and a determination to come back again.”
Since these restaurants are brand new to the Seattle area, you likely have some time to get around to try all of them. You might consider trying one each weekend instead of ordering out yet again from the pizza/Chinese food/Mexican place down the street.
Like any major metropolitan area, Seattle has some great restaurants, but it’s not uncommon for apartment residents to eat at the same, nearby places almost every weekend. Even if you’re not a foodie in search of the region’s best cuisine, trying new dishes can help you experience some of the best of Seattle.
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