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Seattle Restaurants with Covid-compliant "outdoor" Seating

kaleokahu | Feb 3, 202107:34 PM    

Having trouble finding places that still offer restaurant service in these challenging times? Well, courtesy of Seattle Met, here's a good list, and searchable by neighborhood:

https://www.seattlemet.com/eat-and-dr...

Last night, I fed my soul by revisiting Fremont's El Camino. The bistec was just as gritty-bitter-delicious as always, and the mussels as swoon-worthy as I remembered.

I note that "outdoor" is now a somewhat elastic term, as El Camino's roofed, heated and 3+-sided deck exemplifies. In the same vein, I recently had lunch at Chinook's--in the main restaurant. They've apparently received permission to open by throwing open the westward doors to the patio, 30-40 feet beyond the completely unheated main restaurant. It definitely *felt* outdoors, because it was colder than fu@# inside.

Any other sit-down, waited-table places not on this list?

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