Get to know the freshest new businesses to launch in Seattle

Photo: Bok a Bok Fried Chicken/Yelp

Interested in getting intel on the freshest new spots in Seattle? From a cocktail bar to a gym, read on for the newest hot spots to make their debut around town.

Bok A Bok Fried Chicken

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New to 5201 University Way NE in the University District is Bok A Bok Fried Chicken, a chicken shop, offering chicken wings, sandwiches and more.

Bok A Bok Fried Chicken specializes in chicken that's "air-dried, hand-dipped and double-fried to order," according to the restaurant's website

On the menu, you'll find sandwiches with spicy chicken, as well as chicken tacos, kimchi mac and cheese and house-made biscuits with spiced honey.


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Now open at 4706 California Ave. SW in West Seattle is Haymaker, a cocktail bar and New American and Italian spot.

Haymaker serves up American bistro fare with French influences, according to Eater Seattle. On the menu, you'll find items like homemade rigatoni pasta, dry-aged New York steak, roasted duck confit with peaches and roasted corn on the cob with aioli and parmesan cheese. 

While the cocktail menu changes seasonally, you can expect to find Manhattan cocktails, wine, whiskey, beer, hard cider and more. 

Urban Playground

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New to 4351 15th Ave. South in Beacon Hill is Urban Playground, a gym.

The gym offers personal training, total body workout classes, cardio classes, fitness assessments and more. 

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