If your inner foodie is craving some in-person dining, these Seattle restaurants open for dine-in will cure your craving. After months of takeout only and constant at-home cooking, you'll never take being served a glass of wine or cheeseburger for granted again. Get ready for ten of the city's open restaurants.
From seafood to cheeseburgers and oysters, several restaurants are opening at 25% capacity.
All around the city, you'll find more and more eateries joining that list of venues every day.
With Seattle entering into Phase 2 of the "Safe Start" plan, you'll be able to try your favorite meals once again. In the meantime, here are a few food spots that are open for dine-in.
Address: 6049 Seaview Ave. NW., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Fresh seafood, great burgers, and even better views of Shilshole Bay await you.
Skål Beer Hall
Address:5429 Ballard Ave. NW., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: You'll get Viking inspired decor paired with Scandinavian dishes and local craft beer, cider, mead, and more.
Din Tai Fung
Address: Several Locations
Why You Need To Go: This spot offers fresh Taiwanese food with an excellent selection of dumplings.
Cuisine: American comfort food
Address: 2381 2nd Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: This casual bar atmosphere serves up major comfort food with weekend brunches, lunch, and dinner.
The Tin Table
Address: 915 E. Pine St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can get delish Northwestern food and craft cocktails, located across the hall from Century Ballroom.
Taylor Shellfish Oyster Bar
Cuisine: Oysters & shellfish
Address: 1521 Melrose Ave., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: If you like seafood or oysters, Taylor Shellfish has the freshest selection, and the Capitol Hill location is a great spot for an oyster lunch hour.
Fremont Brewing Co.
Address: 1050 N. 34th St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Opening just in time for summer, the Fremont patio is a hot spot for the weekends and weeknights with excellent food options that deliver right to the beer garden.
Cuisine: Middle Eastern & Mediterranean
Address: 400 Fairview Ave. N., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: This is one of the best rooftop bars in Seattle with a fantastic mix of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean to satisfy any craving.
Art Marble 21
Address: 731 Westlake Ave. N., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: Great burgers and sandwiches with a fun arcade and bar atmosphere, perfect for any sports game!
Pablo y Pablo
Address: 1605 N. 34th St., Seattle, WA
Why You Need To Go: You can indulge in yummy Mexican food with great cocktails and a happy hour menu.
Are you drooling yet?