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Where to Find Some of the Best Takeout Windows in Seattle

Jeepney (an offshoot of Capitol Hill’s Knee High Stocking Company) serves Filipino specialties. | Jeepney/Instagram

They’re convenient, low-contact, and provide great meals

During the pandemic, there can never be enough contactless options at restaurants — but takeout windows are often an overlooked amenity. Some restaurants have always had this hole-in-the-wall model, while others have converted to window operations because of COVID-19. Here are some great ones operating around town right now. The windows are listed from north to south. If you notice any changes to services listed or have suggestions for additions to consider, send us a tip.

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