Pop chanteuse Mariah Carey is bringing the Christmas spirit to Seattle with her new line of biscuits available for delivery. Mariah’s cookies
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After the ban on the dining room was extended to January, we could all use other takeaway and delivery options in our repertoire. Fortunately, several more have arrived this week, including Aviv’s new kebab bar, a Mariah Carey biscuit ghost kitchen, and a new Capitol Hill bar and café. In addition, Populuxe Brewing says goodbye after eight years and Dick’s Drive-In presents its new roving food truck. Read on for all of that and other important updates. You can find more ideas in our food and drink guide.
Aviv Shawarma Bar
The popular Aviv Hummus Bar on Capitol Hill, which former Stranger employee Sydney Brownstone praised for its “delicious food and warm family atmosphere,” opened this Israeli-style spin-off on Tuesday, December 8th in South Lake Union with their own massive rotating spit bar made from spiced turkey and lamb fat. The menu includes pitas filled with freshly carved doner kebab or falafel, sabich (eggplant filled with hummus, fried aubergine and a hard-boiled egg) and hummus with chickpeas, falafel or kebab, as well as various side dishes such as cheeps (chips with shawarma spices). There’s also a dessert, including malabi (rose water pudding with shaved coconut) and shachar (an imported chocolate spread), served with pita to dip. Drinks include imported beer, iced coffee, limonana (frozen mint lemonade), soda, and Rachel’s ginger beer.
South Lake Union
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