by Stranger EverOut Staff

The hot pot chain HaiDiLao, which just opened a location downtown this week, is known for its noodle dancers who perform for guests.

The hot pot chain HaiDiLao, which just opened a location downtown this week, is known for its “noodle dancers” who perform for guests. HaiDiLao

This week in food news: the wildly popular hot pot chain HaiDiLao has added a new Seattle location, Li’l Woody’s gets ready for Fast Food Month, and a Seattle chef will soon make her HBO Max debut. Read on for all that and more food-world updates. For more ideas, check out our full in-person dining directory, our takeout & delivery directory, our guide to where to try fresh hop beers in Seattle, and our guide to where to celebrate Oktoberfest.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS

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According to a press release, Capitol Hill’s Italian-style aperitivo bar, which has been closed since March, re-opened on September 15 after a renovation. The bar also has a revamped menu, which includes new dishes like corn fritters with lime zest, a tomato panzanella salad, braised rabbit and fried sage risotto, and huckleberry semifreddo.
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Source: https://everout.com/stranger-seattle/articles/a-new-hot-pot-spot-and-more-seattle-food-news-you-can-use-this-week-september-25-2020-edition/c178/