Sip & Savor: National Rosé Day

Seattle Southside Restaurants Ready to Serve Guests

Many of us are eager to experience dining in at our favorite restaurants again — and many eateries throughout the area are looking forward to opening their doors near future. Here’s a list of some of the Seattle Southside restaurants that have reopening plans in place and are looking forward to serving dine-in guests.

  • Arashi Ramen in Tukwila will be ensuring that all servers wear masks at all times and that social distancing guidelines will be followed, along with sanitation practices.
  • Bahama Breeze in Tukwila will have Ziosks available for contactless payments, reconfiguration of floor plans so that each table is 6 feet apart, and Plexiglas barriers added to the host stand.
  • Frankie’s B-Town Bistro in Burien has transformed its space by adding partitions and Plexiglas to keep guests and staff safe.
  • JOEY Southcenter in Tukwila has created a video giving guests a glimpse of what the new dining experience will look like.
  • Seattle Chocolate in Tukwila plans to reopen its Tukwila factory; however it will be putting a few restrictions in place as far as tours. Groups will be kept to family/household units only, and masks and six foot distancing will be required within the factory store.

Self-Serve Farm Stand

Whether you’re in need of some delicious seasonal produce or other farm products like goat milk soap, be sure to check out Hawthorn Farm’s self-serve farm stand, which is open every Friday throughout the growing season. Hawthorn Farm, located in Woodinville, is an eight-acre teaching farm that provides numerous community events and programs and is committed to making it easier to get truly local produce. Stop by from 4 to 7 p.m. to get your weekly greens and more while supporting local. Click here for directions and more info.

National Rosé Day

No way would one ever celebrate National Rosé Day — this Saturday, June 13 — without the official pink drink! Here are some local Woodinville Wine Country favorites you should try for this year’s celebration.


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