The Eater Seattle Heatmap aims to answer to question “Where should I eat right now?” for people trying to keep up with the city’s constantly changing dining landscape. It focuses on newer restaurants — typically opened or revamped significantly within the last six months or so — that are reshaping Seattle’s food scene for the better.
Restaurants have endured enormous challenges the last several years, forced to contend with a pandemic that’s made restaurant work more dangerous, caused supply chain disruptions, and contributed, in some part, to labor shortages. Still, each month chefs continue to navigate uncertainty and open restaurants that expand the possibilities for dining in the city. Know of a spot that should be on our radar? Send us a tip by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
New to the map in January 2023: Mama Sambusa Kitchen in Rainier Valley, Asean Street Food Hall and Chan Seattle downtown, ʔálʔal Cafe and Ohsun Banchan Deli & Cafe in Pioneer Square, and Coastal Kitchen on Capitol Hill.Read More