Explore the 3 newest businesses to open in Seattle

Interested in sampling the newest restaurant and retail additions to Seattle? From a fitness center to a café, read on for the newest spots to debut around town.

Hood Famous Bakeshop

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Head over to 504 Fifth Ave. South, 107A in the International District and you'll find Hood Famous Bakeshop, a Filipino bakery that offers specialty treats like ube tarts, cassava cakes and calamansi bars.

Stop by the bakery counter during the week to score Hood Famous' popular cheesecake, or pick up some cookies, tarts, flan or party trays. The bakery also caters. Check out the website for a complete list of offerings and more information.

Orangetheory Fitness Wallingford

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New to 1325 N. 45th St. in Wallingford is Orangetheory Fitness Wallingford, a boot camp, gym and personal training spot.

Orangetheory combines coaching, technology and science with guided classes incorporating real-time heart-rate monitoring. It states on its website that the trifecta "is essential for our workout and essential for you."

First-time visitors will get their class for free. Sessions include cardio and strength training, and customers will be given a heart monitor to track progress.

Check out the website here for membership rates, classes and other information. 

Poindexter Coffee

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Stroll past 4507 Brooklyn Ave. NE in the University District and you'll find Poindexter Coffee, a new coffee shop and arcade game spot.

This new spot combines caffeinated coffees and teas with breakfast and lunch fare like salads, breakfast sandwiches, pastries and pressed juices. Sip your coffee while trying out a free-to-play classic arcade game like Mortal Kombat.


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