Check out the freshest new businesses to debut in Seattle

Interested in getting the lowdown the newest businesses to open in Seattle? From a yoga studio to a Mexican restaurant, read on for a list of the newest spots to open for business recently.

Mr West Cafe Bar

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Now open at 2685 N.E. Village Lane in Ravenna is Mr West Cafe Bar, a wine bar and breakfast and brunch spot, offering coffee, tea and more.

The cafe serves Campos Coffee from Sidney, Australia to create its coffee offerings like coffee soda, coconut cream latte, house cold brew on tap and more.

For breakfast and lunch, there's egg sandwiches, avocado toast, grilled cheese, salads and more. For nighttime, there's charcuterie boards, wild salmon toast, wine, wine flights and more. 

Casco Antiguo

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Head over to 2102 Seventh Ave. in Belltown and you'll find Casco Antiguo, a new bar and Mexican spot.

On the menu, you'll find tuna ceviche, plantain empanadas, beer-battered mahi mahi tacos, duck taquitos and more. Churros and margaritas are also on offer.

Tian Fu

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A new addition to Northgate, Tian Fu is a Chinese spot that's located at 300 N.E. Northgate Way.

The restaurant serves Sichuan dishes like Sichuan eggplant, dan dan noodles, green onion pancakes, braised lamb chops in soy sauce, pork belly fried rice, potstickers and more. 

Yelper Xiaoke W. wrote, "It's a very authentic Sichuan restaurant. I'm from Chongqing and I'm very picky when it comes to Sichuan food. But this place was just amazing."

Commune Yoga

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A new addition to Wallingford , Commune Yoga is a meditation center and yoga spot that's located at 313 N.E. 45th St.

The studio offers a variety of classes, like vinyasa, yin yoga, handstands, beginner yoga and more. There's also workshops you can sign up for, like a manifestation workshop, yoga teacher training and an inversion workshop. 

"Owners and teachers are warm-hearted, experienced and very skilled teachers. I've known some of them many years and had experiences taking wonderful, challenging classes from them," wrote Cathy G. 

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