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Korean-Mexican Gastropub Opens in Lower Queen Anne

Interbay’s Citizen Six has relocated and changed its name to Lazy Susan

The interior of Lazy Susan
Interbay’s Citizen Six has relocated and changed its name to Lazy Susan
Lazy Susan/Official

Korean-Mexican gastropub Lazy Susan has completed its relocation to Queen Anne and is now serving bulgogi beef-smothered fries and double-fried Korean-style chicken wings in the former Crow Restaurant and Bar space. The restaurant was born as Citizen Six in Interbay, but closed there in June.

Owner Suzana Olmos has renamed the restaurant, borrowing from her childhood nickname, to avoid confusion with her other restaurant, Citizen, which sits just two blocks away. Lazy Susan (823 5th Ave N) retains the popular Korean-Mexican pub grub — bulgogi fries, spicy pork tacos, and Korean beef burgers — Citizen Six was known for, but also serves a few new dinner, desert, and cocktail options.

Meanwhile, Champagne Diner is now open in the Interbay space Citizen Six vacated. The restaurant serves gussied-up homages to classic diner fare like veggie pot pie, meatloaf, fish and chips, and a pork belly BLT.

Champagne Diner

945 Elliott Avenue West, , WA 98119 (206) 420-7503 Visit Website

Crow Restaurant And Bar

823 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 283-8800 Visit Website

Lazy Susan

823 5th Ave N, Seattle, WA

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