WEST SEATTLE WEEKEND SCENE: Celebration at Lily’s Salvadorean Restaurant

If you haven’t met her yet, that’s Lily Anaya, who’s celebrating the grand opening of Lily’s Salvadorean Restaurant at 2940 SW Avalon Way. She opened the restaurant three months ago but it’s finally time to party.The restaurant follows Lily’s success serving pupusas and other Salvadorean specialties to Farmers’ Market visitors. She told guests this afternoon about her long road to success in the U.S. after emigrating with her daughters.

If you want to drop in for a meal and/or drink and/or well-wishes, the official party continues until 6 pm. (The restaurant is open daily for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.)

4 Replies to "WEST SEATTLE WEEKEND SCENE: Celebration at Lily's Salvadorean Restaurant"

  • JWS May 28, 2022 (11:45 pm)

    We are excited! We can’t wait to come for dinner. Welcome to the neighborhood! Support small business! 

  • 935 May 29, 2022 (6:12 am)

    No longer does one have to drive to Roxbury to get delicious pupusas!!

    EVERY SINGLE PERSON reading this needs to get to Lily’s (SO glad you wrote them up so I could comment)

    The bakery will do just fine with this fierce competition.

    Seriously WS….Do yourselves a favor and get to Lily’s!!

  • Kerry May 29, 2022 (8:52 am)

    I’m so glad this business is here! 💖 And such a lovely dress.

  • Sarah McCaghren May 30, 2022 (7:17 pm)

    Had supper there on Memorial Day.  Food was SO delicious.  Love how the tables are nicely spaced and the place is open and airy.   

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