Let the show begin at this popular teppanyaki chain.
Crumble & Flake
Pastries infused with exciting and seasonal flavors at this Capitol Hill bakery.
Damn the Weather
A dining destination with a gastropub feel and a craft cocktail menu.
The Diller Room
Clever cocktails served in a room with serious Seattle history.
Din Tai Fung
World-famous dumplings served at a U-Village hotspot.
Ideal destination for anyone craving cocktails paired with wood oven-roasted vegetables.
Korean food jumps from barbecue to banquette at this Pioneer Square restaurant.
This popular lunch spot offers a mix of Asian dishes prepared with a Northwest accent.
Manolin honors the delights of seafood in a statement-making setting.
Marination Ma Kai
Hawaiian food complemented by water views, sunshine, and lots of “aloha” vibes.
Behold the power of a grill in the hands of meat-masters.
Small Green Lake restaurant filled with big ideas about New American cuisine.
Ping’s Dumpling House
The destination for the International District’s plumpest, handmade, home-style dumplings.
Indulgent interpretations of Northwest ingredients using French technique.
Porkchop & Co.
Casual food made from fresh, thoughtfully sourced ingredients.
A Pioneer Square sports bar that wins the game by putting food first.
A friendly neighborhood restaurant that boasts steakhouse-level meat chops.
RockCreek Seafood & Spirits
Fresh Northwest cuisine served with a Southern accent.
A Saigon-steeped fine dining experience awaits the adventuresome in Capitol Hill.
A Hawaiian-tinged but globally-influenced spot digs in with neighborhood roots.
Updated Asian fare with a lot of flair.
Korean inspiration, dim sum service, and Northwest ingredients combine in a cutting-edge concept.
Neighborhood Italian takes a turn for the modern.
Mediterranean flavors and a Northwest feel season this waterfront seafood feast.
The Whale Wins
Fremont Collective restaurant for chef Renee Erickson's comfort food that draws inspiration from England, southern Europe and beyond.