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Get to know the newest businesses to launch in Seattle

Interested in getting the lowdown the newest restaurant and retail additions to Seattle? From a sushi bar to a gastropub, read on for the newest hot spots to arrive near you.

Matsu

Photo: Matsu/Yelp

Stop by 501 Stadium Place South in Pioneer Square and you'll find Matsu, a new sushi and cocktail bar. So far, it's been well-received: it's received a five-star rating out of 10 reviews on Yelp.

Matsu offers sushi rolls, along with fried dishes like Cajun tuna tataki, crispy calamari, udon noodles and more. There are also vegetarian and specialty rolls, like the Pike Place roll with salmon skin and cucumber, topped with avocado, smoked salmon, scallions, sesame seeds and soy glaze. 

Garlic Crush

Photo: Jane M./Yelp

New to 1417 Broadway in First Hill is Garlic Crush, a Mediterranean and Lebanese spot, offering kebabs and more. With a 3.5-star rating from seven Yelp reviews, it's still finding its way in the neighborhood.

This Seattle-area chain restaurant serves up gyros, greek salad, dolmas, falafel and more. 

S/T Hooligans

Photo: Margie L./Yelp

A Fremont newcomer, S/T Hooligans is a gastropub that's located at 4354 Leary Way NW. Having garnered five stars out of 22 reviews on Yelp, it's been a hit thus far.

The gastropub offers Cajun-inspired dishes like gumbo, jalapeño-cheddar hushpuppies, cajun mussels, truffle fries and more. This spot features a happy hour with different specials each day of the week. 

Tolu: Modern Fijian Cuisine

Photo: Chad S./Yelp

Stroll past 139 Ninth Ave. North in the Cascade and you'll find Tolu: Modern Fijian Cuisine, an Indian food stand.

As stated on the business' Facebook page, this food stand is "A modern take on traditional Fijian food using fresh, local ingredients from the great Pacific Northwest." On the menu, you'll find chicken poori tacos, lamb stew with rice, Fijian ceviche and more. 


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