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Dear readers,

We need your help. The coronavirus crisis in Seattle is a major threat to The Stranger's ability to keep the city informed. We pride ourselves on having navigated many storms in the world of independent local media, but this time is different.

90% of our revenue—from advertising, ticketing fees, and our own events—is directly tied to people getting together in groups. The coronavirus situation has virtually eliminated this income all at once. At a time when the city needs local coverage more than ever, we're asking for your help to support continued coverage of everything happening in Seattle. You can make one-time or recurring donations. We can't say enough how much we appreciate your support. Thank you.

Chan

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

  • Delivery
  • Takeout
Starting 3/17 our hours will be 5-9p, Tuesday thru Sunday, serving the below takeout/delivery menu alongside our sister restaurant Chan Seattle. ⁠

In effort to keep our team employed, we are offering free delivery, via our team, within the Downtown and Capitol Hill areas. Otherwise orders are takeout only from our MKBBQ location at 500 E Pike St, at the corner of Pike & Summit.⁠

Please call 206-695-2621 or email meetkoreanbbq@gmail.com to place your order.⁠ See more details here.
86 Pine St (Pike Place Market)
Seattle, WA 98101
206-443-5443
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Korean-born chef and entrepreneur Heong Soon Park split his Pike Place Market brunch spot Bacco Cafe into two parts to make Chan (pronounced "chahn," it means "all the food except for the rice," he says). He's making locally sourced Korean small plates both traditional (braised short ribs, poached black cod) and modern (kimchi pork belly, bulgogi sliders), all prettily presented; the Sojito, a soju mojito, sounds dangerously easy to drink. Chan opens onto the lovely courtyard of the Inn at the Market.

Upcoming Events at Chan