This Week in Seattle Food News: Rubinstein Bagels Opens, The Wandering Goose Closes, and Spice Waala Expands to Ballard – Slog

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Seattle's bagel scene is now a little bigger: the popular Rubinstein Bagels bagel shop has opened its first downtown store.

The bagel scene in Seattle is now a little bigger: the popular bagel store Rubinstein Bagels has opened its first store in the city center. Rubinstein bagels
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Happy New Year! Despite the many blows that were inflicted on the restaurant industry in 2020, the Seattle food scene got off to a good start in 2021: the popular bagel shop Rubinstein Bagels has opened its first store, and Capitol Hills Indian street food spot Spice Waala has opened expanded to Ballard and a new vegan restaurant has come to West Seattle. Nevertheless, there are some losses: Unfortunately, the Wandering Goose and Neon Boots have finally said goodbye. Read on for these and other important updates. You can find more information in our food and drink guide.

NEW OPENINGS AND RETURNS

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This new restaurant serves gluten-free, vegan-themed home-style cooking like fried mushroom chicken, waffles, and lentil meatballs, which opened in West Seattle on New Years Day. Though the emphasis is on plant-based foods, the space will later also feature eggs from ethical chickens and local shellfish, as well as a retail market.
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