OPEN FOR TAKE-OUT: More additions to our West Seattle list

It’s now been two months since the governor’s orders limited restaurants to take-out/delivery. Since the start, we’ve kept a long list of your West Seattle options – not just restaurants but also other businesses offering prepared-food and/or beverages. Two more additions to mention as the week begins; Tuxedos and Tennis Shoes, well-known for its catering, is now offering take-and-bake Family Meals, for pickup at The Hall at Fauntleroy or for delivery – order by noon Mondays for pickup/delivery on Wednesdays. Menu and info here. … New in The Triangle is the fried-chicken food truck Swagg-n-Wagon at 4514 Fauntleroy Way SW, open Tuesday-Wednesdays 12-4 pm, Thursdays-Fridays 12-6 pm …And we keep updating the ongoing listings as we get word from proprietors and/or customers – email or text 206-293-6302 … thank you, and EAT/DRINK LOCAL!

19 Replies to "OPEN FOR TAKE-OUT: More additions to our West Seattle list"

  • Jen May 18, 2020 (9:41 am)

    Marination Ma Kai is slated to reopen this Wednesday (5/20), according to their Twitter feed. Yay!

    • LL May 18, 2020 (3:31 pm)

      BEST NEWS ALL DAY!!!!!  I will be there to support the business on Wednesday!!!!

    • WestSeaMom2 May 18, 2020 (9:18 pm)

      They have a meal kit you can have delivered that includes tacos, sliders and chocolate chip cookies (And more)! Check Uber Eats delivering from S. Hudson location. 

  • Mj May 18, 2020 (9:45 am)

    The restaurant industry is hurting, the take out option only slows the bleeding.  If the closure lasts much longer few restaurants will survive.

    • Brian Feusagach May 18, 2020 (11:56 am)

      All the more reason to continue our community focus and keep doing everything we can toward reducing the public health risk to us all. Then these wonderful business can open and safely operate. 

    • J May 18, 2020 (12:08 pm)

      Mj, you may be right on this point. BUT UNLESS there is sufficient testing, contact tracing, and isolating, along with widespread disease surveillance so that there is not community transmission, OR widespread vaccination is available, AND/OR highly effective treatment is widely available, THEN restaurant dining will be very dangerous indeed. Restaurants along with many other businesses do run the risk of running out of money paying full operating expenses with limited revenue. A program for comercial rent forgiveness could save some businesses, so that they might be solvent when vaccinations or treatments are widespread, and dining out can commence safely and with confidence.

  • Ruu May 18, 2020 (12:18 pm)

    I keep hoping for news on Pho Aroma (best pho in Seattle!) and Maharaja… We miss you so much! :(

  • anonyme May 18, 2020 (1:52 pm)

    I’m worried about Lee’s, my go-to lunch joint.  They don’t even have take-out.

  • Mj May 18, 2020 (3:54 pm)

    J – I believe that the Swedish approach will prove out to be the best one.  Going out to eat would not be dangerous for the vast majority of people.  

  • Yerbip May 18, 2020 (4:40 pm)

    It’s amazing how the protective measures taken to prevent the spread of the 2019 version of the Coronavirus become “The Governor’s orders closing local business.” Trump support much?

    • WSB May 18, 2020 (4:53 pm)

      Contextually, that’s an accurate reference – the governor’s orders in March DID close businesses. Also an accurate short description, “the stay-home order,” which I use more often.

  • Mj May 18, 2020 (5:32 pm)

    J – I disagree with your statement restaurant dining would be very dangerous, Swedes are allowed to dine out and I believe we should be free to dine out also.  

  • Jen May 18, 2020 (6:26 pm)

    Can Bar is open, too. Hours are on their website (

  • Changes May 18, 2020 (10:33 pm)

    Hey @wsb have you heard anything about the changes at Copper Coin?

    • WSB May 18, 2020 (11:32 pm)

      Nothing beyond the signage they put up when closing.

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