Here are 5 new restaurants in and around Seattle to check out now


Would you like to try new dishes? You’re in luck because it turns out that Seattle and the surrounding area have delicious new places to try. From coffee to Mexican food, the city has it all. Here are 5 new restaurants in and around Seattle that you should try right now.

Miracle reason

A unique mushroom-focused coffee brand popped up in Seattle earlier this year. And now Wunderground is mooring up on Capitol Hill with its first café. They serve all of your favorite caffeinated beverages with the added benefit of the adaptogenic power of mushrooms. There are also delicious foods like cereal bowls, bone broth, pastries and more.

Where: 1111 E Hecht St.
Hours: Daily 11 am-7pm


Maiz is a brand new place from the owners of Mexican restaurant Sazon. At Maiz, they serve fresh tortillas and antojitos made from old corn for a really hot grill experience. And it’s right in the market so you can stroll around after your meal.

Where: 1914 Hechtplatz
Hours: Opens November 2nd

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Indigo cow

The country’s first Hokkaido-style soft serve spot opened at Yoroshiku in Wallingford. You can expect flavors like matcha, black sesame, yuzu and always the classic Hokkaido milk flavor soon. But here’s the deal, there are only 300 servings available daily due to demand, so you may have to wait a bit to try it out.

Where: 1911 N 45th Street
Hours: Wednesday-Sunday 3 p.m.-9 p.m.

The wandering goose

The popular Capitol Hill restaurant, which served some of Seattle’s most popular southern dishes, has found a new home at the Tokeland Hotel. Your visit will include both your old favorites and seasonal specialties that highlight Tokeland’s hidden coastline. Some of the menu items listed include Eggs Benedict, Fried Rockfish Sandwich, Chicken Fried Pork Chop, and many other delicious foods.

Where: 2964 Kindred Avenue, Tokeland WA
Hours: Breakfast & lunch 8 a.m. – 2 p.m., dinner 4 p.m. – 8 p.m.

Kobuta & Ookami

One of Capitol Hill’s newest restaurants revolves around katsu-style dishes made with both meat and vegetables. You can get different cuts of pork, chicken, shrimp, and even multiple types like classic katsu, miso katsu, and katsu nabe, a Japanese-Korean fusion dish served in a clay pot. It is a great choice if you are looking for warming and delicious autumn dishes.

Where: 121 15th Avenue E.
Hours: Tuesday-Thursday 11 am-3pm & 5 pm-9pm, Friday & Saturday 11 am-3pm & 5 pm-9.30pm, Sunday 12 am-3pm & 5 pm-9pm

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Here are 5 new restaurants in and around Seattle to check out now