This Week in Seattle Food News: A Lebanese Restaurant Opens In South Lake Union, Canlis’s Executive Chef Is Leaving, and Hitchcock Launches a Pop-Up Series – Slog

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The family-run Sammamish Restaurant Tanoor has opened an outpost in South Lake Union.

The family-run Sammamish Restaurant Tanoor has opened an outpost in South Lake Union. Tanoor
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A new Lebanese restaurant is coming to South Lake Union this week and the popular FOB Poke Bar is expanding to Bellevue. Also, Canlis chef Brady Williams is leaving to open his own restaurant, popular Taqueria Carmelo’s Tacos is opening a new location, and Renton’s Boon Boona Coffee is on its way to Capitol Hill. Read on for more information on the food world. You can find more ideas in our food and drink guide.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS
Crab pot
Along with the reopening of Pier 57, this waterfront tourist spot known for its extensive seafood cooking (complete with bibs and tiny mallets to smash) has returned.
Downtown
Pickup or covered outdoor seating

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