The Wild Wheat Bakery Cafe Restaurant in downtown Kent is one of numerous restaurants listed on a new interactive map to find takeout and delivery in the Puget Sound region. FILE PHOTO/Kent Reporter

The Wild Wheat Bakery Cafe Restaurant in downtown Kent is one of numerous restaurants listed on a new interactive map to find takeout and delivery in the Puget Sound region. FILE PHOTO/Kent Reporter

Find restaurants open for takeout/delivery in Puget Sound area

Interactive map provides details

A new Puget Sound area interactive map of restaurants offering takeout and delivery during the COVID-19 outbreak is available for customers as well as business owners who want to add their restaurant to the site.

The city of Seattle geographic information system (GIS) staff created the map to list restaurants offering takeout and delivery with details on location, hours and contact information. The site began with just Seattle eateries but expanded to numerous cities from Everett to Tacoma.

If you own or work at a restaurant offering takeout/delivery, add your restaurant information by clicking on this link. It is a free service.


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