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Italian
Downtown
13 reviews
Outdoor patio and happy hour specials, plus serious Italian specialties like cioppino and spinach lasagna, are good enough to entice Seattle residents to brave the crowds in the tourist-heavy market. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Downtown
10 reviews
With oversized, arched casement windows overlooking Pike Place Market and its famed clock, Matt's truly is in the heart of the market. — Travel + Leisure
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American
Ballard
13 reviews
Stylish and transcendent oyster bar tucked behind a bike shop. — Not For Tourists
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American
Ballard
12 reviews
This Seattle mainstay received a dramatic makeover highlighting its views westward to the Olympic Mountains and southward across Elliott Bay. — Gayot
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Cafe
Downtown
12 reviews
You would be hard pressed to find a more authentic French bistro in Seattle. — Frommer's
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Italian
Downtown
12 reviews
It's small. It can get noisy. The wine list needs an interpreter, parking is tough and they don't take reservations for parties of fewer than six. Other than that, Lark is perfect. — Seattle Times
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Italian
Broadway / Capitol Hill
10 reviews
This little hole in the wall on Capitol Hill is the most authentic-feeling Italian restaurant in Seattle. — Frommer's
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Mediterranean
8 reviews
Grab soup, salad or a flatbread sandwich for a quick and inexpensive lunch, or make this elegantly austere space a date night or group destination for a leisurely feast. — Seattle Times
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Vegan and Vegetarian
Downtown
10 reviews
Now take a deep breath and let the aromas of Vietnam fill your nose. Immediately order the fresh spring rolls, which are packed with great flavors and textures. — Frommer's
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Asian
Lake Union
12 reviews
Iron Chef contestants Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi (Revel) have moved their Seattle restaurant to the Fremont Collective building and turned it into a casual riff on a Korean steakhouse. — Zagat
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Italian
10 reviews
Rustic Italian on Eastlake specializing in seasonally based Tuscan cuisine. — BlackBook
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Japanese
Belltown
10 reviews
Seattle baseball superstar Ichiro dines here. — DK Eyewitness
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American
Downtown
8 reviews
The Georgian is as grand as they come, and if you're looking for haute cuisine, palatial surroundings, and superb service, no other restaurant in Seattle comes close. — Frommer's
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American
Lake Union
9 reviews
A pretty place under the famous Big Sky where chef Eric Donnelly has spent many happy hours casting, catching, and releasing fat brown trout. — Gayot
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Italian
Ballard
8 reviews
This restaurant has had locals in a state of fervor over its unbelievable New York-style wood-fired pizzas. Closed Mon. and Tue. — Where
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Burgers
8 reviews
Whisky-gold wood accents this convivial, glass-walled triangle in the Melrose Building, an artisanal style smoothly in sync with chef Tamara Murphy's earth-conscious, locavore cuisine. — Seattle Times
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Italian
Ballard
8 reviews
The "Staple" side of this Ethan Stowell restaurant at the south end of Ballard Avenue might mean ethereal gnocchi served with corn and chanterelles, or a whole grilled branzino. — Fodor's
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Japanese
International District
11 reviews
This restaurant has been serving traditional Japanese food for more than 100 years. — Where
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American
Downtown
8 reviews
Famous for its "amazing selection of oysters", this Downtown "institution" also serves "fantastic", "locally caught" seafood and killer cocktails at an "unmatched" Pier 56 location. — Zagat
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American
Lake Union
8 reviews
Go Westward. There is seafood there. In the open air. A lakeside view for me and you. — Not For Tourists
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