by Stranger EverOut Staff

The Chinese chain Chengdu Taste, which J. Kenji López-Alt once called the best Sichuan restaurant in America, opens its first Seattle location in the International District this weekend.

The Chinese chain Chengdu Taste, which J. Kenji López-Alt once called “the best Sichuan restaurant in America,” opens its first Seattle location in the International District this weekend. Chengdu Taste

This week, the Sichuan chain Chengdu Taste will open its highly anticipated Seattle location. Plus, Lost Lake and Comet employees plan to launch a new bar of their own, Dough Zone opens a Redmond location, and Capitol Hill gets a barbecue stand with house-made hot dogs. 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 drink fall cocktails, our guide to where to try fresh hop beers in Seattle, our guide to the 2020 football season in Seattle, and our guide to where to celebrate Oktoberfest.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS

Charlotte Restaurant and Lounge
A hotel called Lotte Hotel has opened downtown, along with this Pacific Northwest-focused restaurant serving dishes like Anderson Valley lamb and Hama Hama oyster ceviche. The restaurant provides views of the water from its lofty 16th-floor perch and is open for limited dine-in service.
Downtown

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