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Cuisine Neighborhood Specialty

Salty's on Alki

1936 Harbor Ave   Seattle    West Seattle

The view can't be beat, rain or shine, over the water toward downtown Seattle and enjoy fresh seafood and steaks. Flexible banquet facilities. Salty's handles large volumes of guests better than almost anyone--seafood is always moist and tender. Their nearly world-famous brunch now takes place both Saturday and Sunday.

Cuisine: Northwest, American   

Specializing in: Seafood, Steak, Dessert, Cocktails, View, Outdoor, Waterfront, Northwest, Happy Hou, Brunch (weekends), Banquet, Kid-Friendly

Paragon Bar and Grill

2125 Queen Anne Ave N   Seattle    Queen Anne (Upper)

Great cocktails and a variety of dishes to choosse from with an English bent (bangers & mash, cottage pie, Welsh rarebit). The ubiquitous burger, mac & cheese, fish and chips, salads, housemade dressings. Good ice cream cookie sandwich.

Cuisine: Northwest   

Specializing in: Music, Cocktails, Late Night, Happy Hour

Collections Café

305 Harrison St   Seattle    Queen Anne (lower)

If you're thinking "oh no, café at a museum" you can relax. It's a casual space with an arbor for nice days, good wine list, and Northwest ingredients used to make simple, quality dishes. Go and enjoy.

Cuisine: Northwest   

Specializing in: Brunch, Wine

The Butcher's Table

2121 Westlake Ave   Seattle    Downtown

Choose from seafood to chop to beef and chicken in a warm and inviting atmosphere. There's even a butcher shop if you want to take it home and cook it yourself!

Cuisine: American   

Specializing in: Steak, Seafood

Petra Mediterranean Bistro

2501 4th Ave   Seattle    Belltown

A tree-lined street filled with shops and businesses includes Petra, a bistro filled with fresh and tasty items. Some dishes are more formal, some are more homestyle and all are done with care. The interior is filled with warm colors and comfortable touches. A nice place to enjoy some good food.

Cuisine: Mediterranean, Middle Eastern, Greek, Moroccan   

Specializing in: Catering

The Capital Grille

1301 Fourth Ave   Seattle    Downtown

It's Seattle's first Capital Grille, although there are many across the US (primarily East Coast). Despite being a chain, they use local ingredients and "the freshest seafood Seattle has to offer." Dry aged steaks are their claim to fame. Atmosphere-wise, it's got a lot of dark wood and dim lighting, but is more of a jazzy, younger place than a rat pack place. There's a million niches in the world. Full bar, lots of wine choice.

Cuisine: American   

Specializing in: Steak, Cocktails, Banquet (up to 30), Wine

Goldfinch Tavern

99 Union Street   Seattle    Downtown

Food focus is on local, seasonal. High quality ingredients prepared simply. If you can't find something interesting here, you're just not trying. Full bar. Comfortable, relaxed atmosphere, a surprising view. Sit at the counter or a table, in a booth. Find your spot and stay.

Cuisine: Northwest   

Specializing in: Brunch, Seafood

Eastlake Bar & Grill

2947 Eastlake Ave E   Seattle    Eastlake

A "cousin" to the Greenlake Bar & Grill, the Eastlake takes advantage of the lake view with a nice big deck and large windows. The concept is relaxed neighborhood hangout with good food. Feel free to take the family.

Cuisine: American   

Specializing in: Brunch (weekend), Banquet

Lunchbox Laboratory - South Lake Union

1253 Thomas St   Seattle    South Lake Union

Creative and unusual burgers, boozy milkshakes, tasty fries plus an arcade room with cool and fun games. Great for a meal or a group function.

Cuisine: American   

Specializing in: Burgers

Le Pichet

1933 1st Ave   Seattle    Downtown

This is a very casual and friendly Parisian restaurant that will leave you feeling warm and fuzzy, not to mention full. You'll think you're in Paris without the air fare. I love the smell of café au lait in the morning.

Cuisine: French   

Specializing in: Late Night, Roast Chicken

Racha Thai - Queen Anne

23 Mercer St   Seattle    Queen Anne (Lower)

Lower Queen Anne's answer to tasty Thai food. Simply one of the finest Thai rooms in the Northwest, both in terms of food and elegance. Décor is ornate, authentic and sophisticated in style. Food ranges from familiar to unique.

Cuisine: Thai   

Specializing in: Happy Hour, Private, Lunch, Dinner

Tavolàta - Belltown

2323 Second Avenue   Seattle    Belltown

This long, narrow space with tables along one side, booths on the other, an open kitchen, a full bar, and a mezzanine for private events is the spot for pasta. All made on site, with sauces to die for. Yet some of their best flavors are in their vegetable dishes.

Cuisine: Italian   

Specializing in: Pasta

Blueacre Seafood

1700 7th Ave   Seattle    Downtown

From the owners of Steelhead Diner, Blueacre offers a wide selection of seafood from US coastal waters and carefully-chosen, sustainably-farmed fresh water species. The American theme includes meats, poultry, game, vegetables and artisanal cheeses. Sit and enjoy the oyster bar with some crisp American wine. A lovely and relaxed space, you'll want to return again and again.

Cuisine: Northwest, American   

Specializing in: Seafood, Cocktails, Wine, Happy Hour, Dessert


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