Tuesday, May 8, 2018

Four New Seattle Restaurants to Try

Seattle is a city that is constantly evolving! Whether you're lucky enough to live in the area or you're simply visiting, the appeal of the dining scene in Seattle is hard to deny. Here are some of the newest restaurants and eateries to open in the area. If you're planning to visit one of these as a part of a bigger adventure in the city, be sure to check out Seattle Charter Bus.

One Pot
506 12th Ave S
One Pot has been a member of the dining scene in Seattle for a cool three months. This is a Korean restaurant that specializes in hot pots, or Korean stew, with tons of fantastic varieties to choose from. The tables have cookers underneath them to ensure the food stays fresh and hot. They also offer unique test tube coffee which is a pretty fun way to get a caffeine kick.

The Shambles
7777 15th Ave NE
The Shambles has been a part of the Wedgwood neighborhood since February. It's part delicatessen, part beer bar, and part meat shop, so it's safe to say you'll get to exercise gluttony when you're here. With sustainable meats prepared in house, small plates, sandwiches, charcuterie and cheese plates, there's a lot to enjoy in this cozy space.

Le Messe
1903 Yale Pl E
Le Messe is the newest Italian restaurant to open in Seattle over in the Eastlake neighborhood. They're usually quite busy here, and that's due to the authenticity of their dishes and customer service. There are two different happy hours each day that run from 4-6PM and 9-10PM.  Don't leave without trying their vanilla gelato!

Geo's Bar and Grill
10515 Greenwood Ave N
Geo's has already proven to be a dependable choice for delicious food. Serving Cuban and American cuisine, there's truly a little bit of something for everybody to enjoy here. From plantains to gumbo and Cuban sandwiches, authenticity is certainly on the menu here. If you're lucky, you'll end up here when there's live music going on.


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