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Taku

This business has special options available during the COVID-19 pandemic.

  • Takeout
You can order the spot's specialty, kushikatshu (Japanese deep-fried meat and vegetables on skewers), for pickup online. In addition, Taku will be initiating #ProjectSnacks, a program that offers anyone financially affected by COVID-19 can come pick up a nutritious meal for just $1 (Monday-Friday from 6-7 p.m.) See more details here.
East Pike and Boylston Avenue (Capitol Hill)
Seattle, WA 98122
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Adana chef Shota Nakajima opened Taku, his highly anticipated late-night bar inspired by the street food of Osaka. The spot features kushikatshu, Japanese deep-fried meat and vegetables on skewers. Targeting the late-night Capitol Hill crowd, the space also includes a Suntory Whisky highball machine, seasonal tempura ice cream from Salt and Straw, secret menu items that can only be ordered in Japanese, and selfie-worthy bathroom decor. If you really want to throw caution to the wind and feast with abandon, order the "Fuckit Bucket," a bowl of kushikatsu skewers served over rice.
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Wed-Sun 3:30 pm-2 am, Mon-Tues closed

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