by Stranger EverOut Staff
Until very recently, Seattle restaurant news revolved around takeout and delivery options as dining and drinking establishments switched up their game to accommodate the stay-home order. Things aren’t back to normal just yet, but with the limited-capacity dining allowed in Phase 2 of the city’s reopening, which in certain zones lets restaurants expand their seating into the sidewalk, you can now order food from some of the best restaurants in town without taking it back to your own kitchen table (although many places are continuing to offer takeout and delivery). Since Phase 2 (and Phase 1.5 before it) began almost a month ago, we’ve been keeping track of all the restaurants that have reopened for in-person dining here, but this week brings another round of noteworthy new openings. Read on for details on Canlis‘s soon-to-open Crab Shack (tickets go on sale today at 1 pm!), the return of the Central District’s Barbeque Pit, the new Canon takeout emporium, and more. Oh, and be sure to wear a mask (duh)! For more ideas, check out our complete guide to Seattle farmers markets.
NEW OPENINGS & RETURNS
The Capitol Hill location of this beloved Vietnamese mini-chain is back open for dine-in service for late-night
crowds individuals and small groups. Stop by from 4-10 pm on Sunday-Thursday and 4-11 pm on Friday-Saturday, or continue ordering takeout.