RESTAURANTS & BEVERAGE BUSINESSES: Still updating our list! Plus, new West Seattle Junction directory

(Photo by Christopher Boffoli)

That’s one of the new official temporary food-pickup zones set up by the city – this one’s in the 3200 block of California SW by Srivilai Thai, one of the 110+ restaurants and beverage businesses (coffee, wine, beer, etc.) on the list we launched Monday (see it here, or find it in our navigation menu, RESTAURANT LIST). We want to let you know we are still updating the list – adding businesses as we hear from them, updating their status when we get word it’s changed (a few have closed after a few days of trying takeout-only, for example). Whether you’re a proprietor or a customer, we appreciate the help in getting updates – or text/voice 206-293-6302.

We also wanted to share the news that the West Seattle Junction Association has published a list of what its food/beverage businesses – and some other retailers – are doing: Find it here! If you’re on foot in The Junction, you’ll also see posters with pickup/delivery info, and lots of quick-pickup parking.

7 Replies to "RESTAURANTS & BEVERAGE BUSINESSES: Still updating our list! Plus, new West Seattle Junction directory"

  • Kate S March 19, 2020 (2:42 pm)

    Does anyone know what is up with Talaricos? They have brown paper in all the windows and no messaging about when they plan to reopen

    • WSB March 19, 2020 (2:52 pm)

      No info on that so far and the question has been asked in multiple threads. Some businesses have covered their windows while closed and that would be my guess – but just a guess.

      • West Seattle Guy March 19, 2020 (4:16 pm)

        The paper started falling down on day 2. I walked by not long after and it was re-taped.  So they are at least in there periodically. Maybe just using this as an opportunity to make minor changes.

  • West Seattle Guy March 19, 2020 (5:21 pm)

    Easy Street – Born to run + a coffee is a good cheap-ish way to start your morning.Elliott Bay Brewing had a tasty fish sandwich at lunch.  Go support your locals during this time!  I’m eating out 1-2 times every other day.

  • Sally March 19, 2020 (6:18 pm)

    We went to Elliott Bay and the social distancing and hygiene was not happening in there. Wearing gloves but touching everyone’s pens and your hat and your arms with them (same pair of gloves) not hygienic. Filling growlers people bring in from home with no idea how clean they are—and with those same gloves—NOT HYGIENIC. Bringing people their food and talking to them within a foot of their faces, not social distancing. We love you guys, we do. JUNCTION RESTAURANTS PLEASE GET IT TOGETHER

  • John March 19, 2020 (7:05 pm)

    We had delicious steaks from JaK’s for dinner tonight.  Glad to support our local businesses!

  • songstorm March 19, 2020 (7:47 pm)

    Peel & Press did a pretty good job when we visited yesterday; the other patrons waiting to collect their food maintained a respectful distance from one another, they wiped down the credit card before and after payment, and the booths/tables were all scrubbed down.  The only false note was when they came to meet us as we were entering the restaurant; I’m sure it’s hard to break the ingrained hospitality response but they got a little close for comfort.  I have no doubt they are doing their best and it will take time for everyone to adjust to the new protocols.  I still catch myself touching my face, in spite of my best efforts to not do so.

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