Unicorn and Montana Return and More Seattle Food News You Can Use This Week: September 11, 2020 Edition – Slog

Your favorite Capitol Hill Carnival-themed bar is back!

There’s news this week of several tremors in Capitol Hill: Montana and Unicorn are back as Juicebox Cafe says goodbye. Plus, Korean chain bb.q Chicken is opening an outpost in the University District, Frelard Tamales and Alexandras Macarons are teaming up in a new collaboration, and Frolik is offering a juicy, bubbly version of popsicles. Read on for these and other updates on the food scene. For more ideas, check out our full personal food directory, take-out and delivery directory, and our guide to Seattle farmers markets. Also, be aware that some restaurants will temporarily close this weekend due to deteriorating air quality in Seattle. It is a good idea to call ahead and confirm before heading anywhere.

bb.q chicken
The gigantic Korean chicken chain, which has 2,000 locations and is known for its olive oil fried chicken, has opened a new outpost in the U District, where it had a location years ago until it was replaced by the local Korean chicken restaurant, Chi Mac. Don’t expect smoked meat: the title “bb.q.” stands for “Best of the Best Quality”.
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