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Cocktails + Tapas + Paella = Weekend Magic
Welcome back to Eater Seattle’s Something for the Weekend column. Every Friday, you probably ask the same question: Where should I eat and drink this weekend? Covering brunch, dinner, and everything in between, here, now, three places to try.
NEW LUCK TOY
A magical combination of Skee ball, tropical cocktails, and updated twists on Americanized Chinese dishes, New Luck Toy is a welcome addition to West Seattle — and it’s definitely worth the trip if you don’t live in the neighborhood. The General Tso’s fried chicken is the runaway favorite, with perfectly crisped, thick-battered chicken and lick-the-plate-good sauce.
NO BONES BEACH CLUB
Plant-lovers rejoice, but you need not abstain from animal products to enjoy the all-vegan menu at No Bones Beach Club. Enormously portioned dishes like eggplant fries, sizzling lettuce wraps, and jackfruit flautas are deeply satisfying, particularly when paired with the tasty Tiki-themed cocktails.
Belltown hideaway Pintxo is quietly serving up excellent Spanish fare. The paella is solid, and a supporting cast of tapas round the meal out. The fact that they’re all made in a micro-kitchen makes meals here all the more impressive. Don’t overlook the cocktails, as they’re just as good as the food.