This Week in Seattle Food News: Guy Fieri’s Ghost Kitchen Is Here, A Laotian Hot Pot Spot Opens, and A Seattle Chef Will Appear on ‘Top Chef’ – Slog

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Extravagant Food Network host Guy Fieri brought Flavortown to Seattle with his new ghost kitchen in South Lake Union.

Extravagant Food Network host Guy Fieri brought Flavortown to Seattle with his new ghost kitchen in South Lake Union. Flavortown kitchen
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As Seattle prepares for a snowy weekend, new restaurants have arrived. This week, Guy Fieri, host of diners, drive-ins and dives, brings his new ghost kitchen to Seattle, and a Lao hot pot spot has landed in Phinney. Indoor dining will also be opening throughout most of the state, Adana chef Shota Nakajima will perform in the new season of Top Chef, and a new outdoor dining pop-up series will appear in Lumen Field. Read on for more information on the food world. You can find more ideas in our food and drink guide.

NEW OPENINGS
Botteco Brazil
This Brazilian restaurant opened on the coast in January and serves churrasco, Brazilian fried chicken, feijoada, steak with caramelized onion, slow cooked ribs, and more.
Coastline
Pickup or outdoor seating

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