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Ba Bar
Upscale Vietnamese food to enjoy all day and all night.

Bar Melusine
Oysters, cocktails, and a culinary ode to France's Northern coast.

Bramling Cross
The tavern concept takes a turn for the modern and local.

Brimmer & Heeltap
Distinctive neighborhood gastropub with a menu showcasing Korean flavors.

The Butcher's Table
A sprawling steakhouse in South Lake Union brings back the luxe life.

Country Dough
Chinese snack stand at Pike Place Market.

Coyle's Bakeshop
Corner café in Greenwood serves delectable cookies, cretzels and more as well as light lunch dishes.

Damn the Weather
A dining destination with a gastropub feel and a craft cocktail menu.

The Depot Restaurant
A quaint seaside setting for enjoying local seafood.

The Diller Room
Clever cocktails served in a room with serious Seattle history.

Din Tai Fung
Coveted dumplings and authentic Chinese food come together at this U-Village eatery.

Dino's Tomato Pie
Classic New Jersey-style pizza produced on a different coast.

Ernest Loves Agnes
Hemingway-themed bar and restaurant brings the Lost Generation to Capitol Hill.

Korean food jumps from barbecue to banquette at this Pioneer Square restaurant.

Great State Burger
The original outpost of this local, organic burger chain.

Harbor Cafe
This popular lunch spot offers a mix of Asian dishes prepared with a Northwest accent.

Little Ting's Dumplings
Unique handmade dumplings served in casual surroundings.

Manolin honors the delights of seafood in a statement-making setting.

Marination Ma Kai
Water views, sunshine and lots of “aloha” vibes set the stage for the Hawaiian-inspired menu.

Miah's Kitchen
This spot's magic manner with dough makes it a destination for handmade Xi'an noodles.

Big ideas about New American cuisine presented in a small restaurant.

An odd-couple restaurant where curries, oysters and beer make sense.

Ping’s Dumpling House
Handmade dumplings served in the style of Qingdao province.

Classic French cooking meets Northwest ingredients with Fremont flair.

Ramen Bushi-Do
The Seattle noodle nerd’s favorite slurping spot.

RockCreek Seafood & Spirits
Seafood of the Pacific Northwest meets the cuisine of the South.

Sisters and Brothers
Nashville-style fried chicken migrates northward and lands in a Georgetown bar.

Super Six
A Hawaiian-tinged but globally-influenced spot digs in with neighborhood roots.

Sushi Kashiba
A renowned chef reinvents an iconic space to serve his signature sushi and more.

Sushi Wataru
A seasoned chef presents sushi with traditional style and finesse in Ravenna.

Updated Asian fare with a lot of flair.

Tarsan i Jane
A modern chef's sensibility meets a Spanish palate.

Neighborhood Italian takes a turn for the modern.


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