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10 Best Seattle Restaurants

  • 820 2nd Ave, Seattle
    Chris Manderino - Yeah, Yeah amazing steaks and love the au jus and fluffing the baked potato....but BEST CHOCOLATE CAKE IN THE WORLD. Enough said!
    Mikaila McLane - Hands down my favorite steak. I love the boneless ribeye with gold mashed potatoes. If you want to treat yourself the crab legs are also to die for. I find that they cook the steaks less than normal, for example I typically order medium but their "medium" looks more like medium rare. Just be mindful of that!
    Steven Chayer - I’m from Maine, and I love my seafood and I know I shouldn’t, but I absolutely love batter fried seafood. I went to the Metropolitan Grill and I said you don’t have any fried seafood on the menu. Would you cook me up a Seafood Platter, and they said yes, and they brought me the most spectacular plate of seafood I’ve had since I left Maine and they charged me such a reasonable price!!! This is an awesome restaurant.
    recommended by Darlin Gray
  • 3650 Wallingford Ave N, Seattle • Wallingford
    Ali White MacBeth - The food here is authentic, fresh, and they change their menu so it’s not repetitive. Staff is informative and friendly. Harder for older folks or people hard of hearing.
    Adam MacBeth - One of my favorite Italian places in town. Great neighborhood feel.
    Darlin Gray - There's everything in the world to adore about this neighborhood gem, from the superior service and thoughtful, delicious menu to the lovely space and delightful bar program. Love!
  • 3. Gracia
    5313 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - The owner/chef moved to Mexico just to learn the regions cooking. He buys local and works with amazing people. The food is so delicious, fresh tortillas, etc but the fish tacos are really the indulgence. We love them!
    Adam MacBeth - Hands down the best Mexican in Seattle! Amazing fresh ground corn tortillas and the best fish taco I’ve ever had. Great takeout option!
    recommended by Jen Hope
  • 2350 E Union St, Seattle • Central District
    Amy Posner Wolff - So yummy!!!! I can’t wait to come back to try the rest of the menu.
    Kristen Cole - Chef Goddess Kristi Brown is making kick booty food in the Central District. It's take out only for now, but there are a few tables outside and heat lamps to keep you cozy. I can't wait for post pandemic days so I can belly up to the bar and enjoy a meal in the beautiful, homey interior. For now I will remain grateful her amazing grub and her son Damon's craft cocktails are available for take out. Go get some!
    Lana wainscott - Great food and even better drinks. The catfish sandwich was delicious!
    recommended by Ambika Singh
  • 522 19th Ave E, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - I love the cookies. We pop down about once a week for a treat, and the Birthday Cookie is my favorite. I love that the cookies aren't too big, but still satisfying.
    Tim Keck - Really nice staff. Cookies are perfect size and delicious. ToatsOats!
    Matt Rubright - We used Hello Robin for our wedding dessert and wow were they a party favorite! Beyond their cookies, they worked with us to set up an ice cream sandwich bar where our guests could pick various flavors. It was very affordable and their staff managed it throughout the event seamlessly.
  • 6. Salare
    2404 NE 65th St, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - Salare is great, every month he does a different theme and it’s so good! Take away.
    Ambika Singh - Eduardo Jordan is a James Beard award-winning chef focused on elevating voices.
    DE Williams - Great for brunch. Local. Fresh. Cool vibe.
  • 2122 NE 65th St, Seattle
    Cassie Walker Johnson - While we frequented Junebaby and Salare prior to COVID, now more than ever we appreciate the entire team's ability to pivot. In addition to providing gourmet meals for takeout (which is no easy task), he committed to supporting his peers and community by temporarily converting Salare into a relief center for restaurant workers when it was needed most. While JuneBaby's menu is southern, Edouardo's roots are deeply grounded right here in NE Seattle.⁠
    recommended by Patrick O'Donnell
  • 5905 15th Ave NW, Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - I have been a couple times and i like getting the biscuits when we're over in Ballard
    Kelsey Lockard - Their biscuit sandwiches are amazing! They make it really easy with their drive through to get a coffee and sandwich.
  • 3057 Beacon Ave S, Seattle
    Adam MacBeth - Great pizza! One of my favorite restaurants in south Seattle.
    Jeff Malek - Awesome pizza and Italian food.
  • 2912 Northeast 55th Street Seattle
    Ali White MacBeth - The tea room is small and intimate. Its always booked and the cozy eclectic decorations make it feel special. They serve full tea and also brunch. We usually come around Christmas and special celebrations but its great for catching up with a friend.
    Erin McDonald - I had my bridal shower here with aunts, cousins, moms and my bridal party. It was a dream! The tea room is a bit tight but with a proper reservation, we loved the cozy and elegant feel. Tea and food were phenomenal, highly recommend for any tea lovers or small events.

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Kelly Crimmins
9 months ago • Seattle
I'm looking for some yummy restaurants that are adhering to CoVid guidelines with outside tables. We live in North Seattle, but will travel for a F...
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