Upper Bar Ferdinand Matt Dillon demonstrates clever restraint in this gorgeous ode to Northwest abundance. Temporarily closed for remodel] thepinkdoor. Some of the best breakfasts in Seattle happen here. The sardine pasta, with pine nuts, olives, fennel, and saffron, is the standard-bearer in this cozy room. Well, you know, and rum drinks. Seattle sushi legend returns triumphant with this Pike Place Market gem. Split a two-inch-thick Olsen Farms pork chop as a base for a feast. The food is done with verve and tremendous care—pokes, saimin noodle bowls, a killer burger—but the headliner is the brined, twice-fried buttermilk chicken reserve in advance.
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The space is unassuming, almost hidden in the corner of a vast parking lot on Aurora Avenue. Chef-owner Eric Johnson brings Michelin-starred experience and exacting standards to both classics master stock crispy chicken and playful inventions Vietnamese iced coffee Creamsicles , and service is pitch perfect. Food snobs scoff that Seattle has no good barbecue. Seattle sushi legend returns triumphant with this Pike Place Market gem. Exciting things always happen on the specials board. As does the Seattle rooftop, glorious in summer. Sweetest service in town.
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Insiders know to order the crisp, delicate banh xeo crepes—loaded with shrimp and served with a profusion of greens—or pho to impress any pho snob. Restaurants are in alphabetical order; this is not a ranked list. Nothing trendy about this timeless landmark, where the family of Carmine Smeraldo has been serving Italian classics for over three decades. Half the joy of this Little Saigon treasure is walking in off a crappy parking lot and into a glittering geode of low-lit sophistication and burbling water features—just right for date nights and fruity cocktails. As does weekend dim sum brunch. Indeed the mole is lush and sweet, entomatadas come with kicky tomatillo sauce, the margaritas rock. A couple of daily ceviches are the deserved headliner at this no-reservations small-plate bar on Stone Way, where the interior cozy with wraparound bar and wood-burning oven vies for exterior seats around a fire pit as the ideal spot for plantain chips and a pisco cocktail. The apotheosis of the neighborhood restaurant, La Medusa was the first to mark Columbia City a culinary destination and has kept it so for nearly 20 years with consistent dinners of Sicilian-kissed housemade pastas, artful salads, and more. Gray salt, bittersweet chocolate chip cookies sustain a fan base.
Description:Food snobs scoff that Seattle has no good barbecue. Lunch is not overlooked; sandwiches particularly the catfish are brilliant. Gray salt, bittersweet chocolate chip cookies sustain a fan base. Bamboo is a key decorative element. Ethan Stowell turned his former fish-and-chips bar into an ode to the tasting menu. Customers might be budget-conscious food geeks or the sort of families who try to avoid family-geared restaurants. A foot decorative whiskey barrel dispenses aged manhattans, negronis, and other rotating libations. From the sidewalk it looks like a casual Vietnamese cafe, but Stateside is in fact a singular extraordinary destination, capturing French colonial Indochina both in tropical setting and rousing food: The pastas all achieve density and delicacy at once—ravioli of rapini with pine nuts, maybe, or hearty cavatelli with chanterelles—but meat dishes, from rabbit to angelic heritage pork, can also be extraordinary.