This week's top hits from Eater Seattle, Curbed's sibling bar, restaurant, and nightlife blog.
OPENING ALERT -- A new restaurant, Un Bien, has opened and is owned by the sons of the former owner of Paseo. Expect family recipes for Caribbean sandwiches, fire-roasted corn, rice and bean bowls, and full plate entrees. There will also be Cuban toast, espresso, and Caribbean breakfast sandwiches added soon. And unlike the Paseo of old, Un Bien accepts plastic. Paseo closed both locations suddenly in November as the business filed for bankruptcy. The business was then sold, reopening under new ownership in December.
COMING ATTRACTIONS -- Summer is official in three weeks, and nothing goes with sun like fabulous new eats. Here are the hottest restaurants-in-the-making we can't wait to meet this season. And a poll to pick your fave.
LYNNWOOD -- It's your lucky day, Lynnwood: Katsu Burger is opening a location in your neck of the woods. The restaurant will be located at 3333 184th Street SW, Ste B., and the plan is to unlock doors in July. The Lynnwood restaurant will mark Katsu's third spot, with the original location in Georgetown and a second in Bellevue.