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Seattle Restaurants Serving Fourth Of July Takeout & Meal Kit Specials

If you’d rather be anywhere but the grocery store, get your Fourth of July supplies from these restaurants offering takeout specials and meal kits.

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Supermarket lines are already long due to social distancing, but with nearly the entire city staying home to grill on the Fourth of July, QFC does not sound like a particularly fun place to get your shopping done this year. Thankfully, various restaurants and bars around Seattle are here to help. These spots are selling everything from marinated meats to red, white, and blue-colored dessert specials, which makes avoiding the grocery store very easy - not to mention you’d be supporting local businesses in the process.

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Lowrider Baking Company

$$$$ 2407 E Union St

If the mere thought of meticulously arranging berries to look like stars and stripes on a vanilla sheet cake makes you want to deflate beach balls with a kabob skewer, we think you’ll appreciate Lowrider Baking Co. You can place a pick-up order for their festive red, white, and blue birthday cake-flavored cookies on their website.

Canlis

$$$$ 2576 Aurora Ave N

With the “Weekend-Made-Easy” delivery kit from Canlis, you’ll be set for the entire day on the Fourth. It comes with a supply of items for the grill (four NY strip steaks, four housemade bratwursts with whole grain mustard, spring onions, and mushrooms) as well as a complete DIY brunch for the morning (eggs, yogurt, fresh strawberries, breakfast sausage, and buckwheat blueberry pancake mix). In addition, they also include ready-to-bake sugar cookies with red, white, and blue star sprinkles, two cans of White Lodge witbier from Holy Mountain, and two cans of E9 pilsner. These $165 kits deliver on July 3rd, and you can reserve yours here.

Addo

$$$$ 6420 24th Ave NW

Available only on Friday, July 3rd, Addo is selling a spicy crab boil kit for pickup or delivery. It’s $150, and includes two live Dungeness crabs, corn, leeks, onions, and potatoes marinated in chili oil and comes along with saffron rice, chicharrones, housemade habanero hot sauce, fennel salt, sazon, six Olympia beers, a bottle of cava, and two slices of flan. All you need is water and a pot and you can cook up a great seafood meal. Or, enjoy the day boiling vegetables and getting to know your two new pets. Order online here and if shellfish isn’t your thing, Addo offers grill packs, too.

Junebaby

$$$$ 2122 NE 65th St

For $130, you can buy a special Fourth of July CSA box from one of the best Southern spots in town. Junebaby’s kit has a lineup of frozen meats like ribs, wings, ground beef, and cracklins, pantry items and sides to go with them (brioche buns, BBQ sauce, spice rub, slaw, potato salad, and more), vegetables for burger toppings, s’mores supplies, bourbon sweet tea Jell-o shots, and sparklers. The whole thing serves two people, so it’s perfect if you want to do something special but only have one other person to celebrate with. They’re available for pickup on the 4th, and you can preorder them at this link.

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We will be closing for dinner pickup on July 4th, so we’ve created a special CSA to celebrate the Fourth of July! This is a complete meal-kit for 2 (with potential for leftovers), with what our ideal BBQ gathering would have--ribs, party wings, ground beef, Cracklin, house BBQ seasoning, condiments, our Cornbread mix, S’mores Kit, Bourbon Sweet Tea Jello Shots, Corn, and more! Celebrate July 4th while supporting your local farmers, growers, and favorite neighborhood restaurant. Pickup is Saturday July 4th from 12 - 2:30pm--grab yours now! • • • #junebabyseattle #junebaby #foodwithroots #chefedouardojordan #fourthofjuly #bbq #csa #junebabycsa #ribs #wings #burgers #jelloshots #smores #corn #tomatoes #supportlocal #supportblackbusiness #seattle #Washington #ravenna @edouardojordan

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Tamari Bar

$$$$
$$$$ 500 E. Pine Street

Instead of hauling your huge propane tank out from the garage to the grill, order some sashimi instead. Tamari Bar, an excellent izakaya on Capitol Hill, is serving a few Independence Day specials, including an American Flag sushi box. For more information, head to their Instagram.

Ciudad

$$$$ 6118 12th Ave S

One day, we’ll be back at Ciudad, eating paprika-rubbed octopus hot off the charcoal grill and dipping fresh pita into saucers of black garlic aioli. But until then, you can find us ordering some of their marinated meats that pre-cooked and only need a quick sear at home. You can choose from the aforementioned octopus, or go for moruno-spiced hanger steak, chorizo or merguez sausage links, Moroccan-brined pork shoulder, or tahini chicken. Give them a call at 206-717-2984 by Wednesday, July 1st, and you can even add on side dishes and sauces, too.

Union Saloon

$$$$
Bar FoodBar  in  Wallingford
$$$$ 3645 Wallingford Ave N

Some American history trivia for you: German chocolate cake is not actually from Germany. In fact, the origins can be traced back to a baker named Samuel German who discovered that dark chocolate tastes better with sugar in it (astute observation, Sam). If the only way you can celebrate our country right now is to eat something sweet while thinking fondly about an American historical figure, you should order one of the party-sized German chocolate cakes from Union Saloon. Email michelle@unionsaloonseattle.com to place your order, but be sure to do it by Wednesday, July 1st.

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Celebrate the 4th of July with a party-sized version of our famous Carrot Cake + German Chocolate cake, available to pre-order this week for takeout!⁣ ⁣ Please order by Wednesday (call or email michelle@unionsaloonseattle.com) to pick up on Friday, just in time for the big day.⁣ ⁣ 𝐒𝐞𝐥𝐞𝐜𝐭 𝐘𝐨𝐮𝐫 𝐂𝐚𝐤𝐞: ⁣ ⁣ 𝘊𝘢𝘳𝘳𝘰𝘵 𝘊𝘢𝘬𝘦 𝟷𝟶 𝘴𝘭𝘪𝘤𝘦𝘴 $𝟺𝟻⁣ 𝘎𝘦𝘳𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘊𝘩𝘰𝘤𝘰𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘦 𝟷𝟼 𝘴𝘭𝘪𝘤𝘦𝘴 $𝟾𝟻⁣ 𝟷/𝟸 𝘎𝘦𝘳𝘮𝘢𝘯 𝘊𝘩𝘰𝘤𝘰𝘭𝘢𝘵𝘦 $𝟻𝟶⁣ ⁣ We look forward to seeing you for dinner tonight from 5-9p, and we hope to help make the upcoming holiday weekend a blast with some wonderful cake! 🍰🍫 #4thofjuly #UnionSaloon

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How To Cook A Wolf

$$$$
PastaItalian  in  Queen Anne
$$$$ 2208 Queen Anne Ave N

Ethan Stowell Restaurants’ Fourth of July meal kit isn’t just available at How To Cook A Wolf - you can also pick one up at Tavolata Capitol Hill, Rione XIII, Mkt, and Red Cow. Each kit has enough burgers and hot dogs (with toppings), along with sides like potato salad, coleslaw, corn, and strawberry shortcake to feed two people for $60 and four people for $100. Head to their Instagram for more details.

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If you want to get grilling this weekend, @ChefEthanStowell and our team have curated an ESR @ HOME Meal Kit perfect for backyard cookouts. Order these kits by using the link in our profile and then watch this video by Chef as he shows you his favorite tips and tricks for summer cooking. 💥 Fourth of July Meal Kit!! 💥 $60 for 2 of each, $100 for 4 of each Burgers with buns and fixings (uncooked for your grill) Dogs with buns and fixings (uncooked for your grill) Potato Salad (ready to enjoy) Coleslaw (ready to enjoy) Corn on the Cob Strawberry Shortcake Available at: 📍 @tavolatapasta 📍 @rionexiiiseattle 📍 @mktseattle 📍 @_howtocookawolf 📍 @redcowseattle #esrseattle #seattle #wegotthisseattle #seattlefood #seattlefoodie #seattleeats #seattlechef #homegrilling #biggreenegg #greenegg

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The Whale Wins

$$$$
$$$$ 3506 Stone Way N

Spending the day constructing fancy Seattle dogs with smoked garlic sausage, pickled jalapeno and red onion, all on freshly-baked seeded buns from The Whale Wins sounds like fun to us. At least, a much better plan than unintentionally burning your entire supply of Hebrew Nationals to a crisp. The Whale Wins’ cook-at-home BBQ kit has everything you need to make these Seattle dogs, as well as some zucchini bread with creme fraiche for dessert. Preorder here, and you also have the option to add on items like bottles of wine, salmon dip with potato chips, or cocktails like an apricot French 75 here.

Opus Co.

$$$$
$$$$ 7410 Greenwood Ave N

If you can get your Fourth of July feast catered by Opus Co., you should jump at that chance. Right now, they’re selling a weekend grill kit for two complete with mole lamb sausage, spicy pork shoulder, potato and kale gratin with ricotta and a “super secret sprinkle,” zucchini salad with raisins, hazelnuts, and curry vinaigrette, and homemade pickles. You can pick up your order on July 3rd - learn more and/or add on a cherry-apple crisp or a breakfast kit for the morning on their website.

Lady Jaye

$$$$
$$$$ 4523 California Ave SW

Maybe you’re not quite sure what you want to eat this weekend, but you do know that you want a surplus of meat. Allow us to introduce you to Lady Jaye’s Ultimate Weekend Meat Box. It has two smoked pork chops, two smoked steaks, two smoked burgers, slab bacon, eggs, buttermilk biscuits, tomato jam, honey butter, spice rubs, and the most important item for your Fourth of July meal: a pound of their homemade bologna. Recreate this West Seattle spot’s incredible fried bologna sandwich by making one with shaved dill pickles, mustard, potato chips, and that incredible bologna.

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