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Where to Eat on Christmas Eve; What's Next for the Dot's Space

This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.

HOLIDAY MAPS — Have out-of-towners filling your place and don't want to cook? Check out Eater's picks for Christmas Eve lunches and dinners. And if you missed it, here's eight great options open on Christmas Day.

FREMONT — The former home of beloved deli/bistro Dot's is getting a new occupant: Suga. The Japanese comfort food restaurant is from Eriko Sugawara, who's operated downtown's Seattle's Benihana for nearly two decades. Sugawara is pursuing a decidedly less corporate concept with Suga, which is set to open by late January. Eater has details.

OPENING ALERTS — This week brings the opening of Pioneer Square coffee bar and roaster Elm near Pizzeria Gabbiano and Good Bar. Also new: The Bergschrund, a kid-friendly tap room in Ballard's former 2-Bit Saloon space from local microbrewery NW Peaks.