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Dumplings of Fury Opens in Seattle

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WEST SEATTLE—Tomorrow marks the opening day of much-anticipated Dumplings of Fury in West Seattle, a kung fu-themed Chinese-style dumpling restaurant from upscale pub Shadowland. The restaurant announced on Facebook it will open tomorrow in the former Quadrato space at 4302 SW Oregon Street.

EATER MAPS—For anecdotal evidence that fried chicken fever continues to grip the land, it's worth noting that in the first half of 2016, at least three new fried chicken-focused restaurants opened in Seattle. A novice nibbler might think that a piece of poultry at one joint would taste basically the same as another restaurant's recipe across the road. But that'd be false. Here are the places serving it up right.

EATER MAPS—Brunch is a sacred part of the Seattle weekend. It's the hangover cure, the pick-me-up, the best way to fuel up for a busy Saturday or Sunday. Some restaurants skew traditional, with damn fine eggs and bacon classics, while others test the limits of creativity and incorporate influences from around the world. Given that this weekend meal is perpetually oh so hot in Seattle, Eater presents the Seattle Brunch Heatmap, collecting the restaurants opened within the past year or so with outstanding mid-day meals.

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