Editor’s note: Gov. Jay Inslee in January announced a new plan to reopen the state called “Healthy Washington — Roadmap to Recovery.” All counties are now in Phase 3, which allows indoor dining at restaurants at 50% capacity or 400 people maximum, whichever is less. Please call or check the website of an establishment if you’d like to confirm what they offer.
The final issue of Seattle-area restaurant listings in the print Weekend Plus section will be June 25, as Washington plans to lift COVID-19 restrictions by June 30. This list will not be updated after that.
Here are some of the restaurants offering takeout (TO), delivery (DV) and/or dine-in (DI) options during the coronavirus pandemic. Some of these places may also offer outdoor dining, but you should call ahead to inquire. Please be aware that health officials have warned that in-person gatherings are risky. Be sure to check websites or call for info on COVID-19 protocols and to get the latest info from the restaurant you’re interested in.
This list is not exhaustive and is subject to change. If you’d like to submit a restaurant, use the form at the bottom of this page. Due to a high volume of submissions, we may not get to your entry right away, but we are including as many as we can. (The Mayor’s office now has this handy map of restaurants offering delivery/takeout.)
Check websites/Facebook pages or call for more information on menu items, prices and more. Note that some establishments deliver only within a certain radius and some have modified their hours.
KEY: TO= Takeout; DV= Delivery; DI= Dine-In