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American
Downtown
11 reviews
A beloved spot that’s been dramatically renovated, Matt’s is deep in the heart of the market and draws from its surroundings. — Lonely Planet
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Italian
Downtown
12 reviews
With its Post Alley entrance and meager signage, the Pink Door's speakeasy vibe draws Pike Place Market regulars almost as much as its savory, seasonal Italian food does. — Fodor's
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American
Ballard
13 reviews
In Seattle’s hip Ballard neighborhood, this longtime leader in locavore cuisine dishes up only the freshest Northwest fare. — Travel + Leisure
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Italian
Broadway / Capitol Hill
11 reviews
Definitely occasion dining, but a meal you won't soon forget. — Not For Tourists
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American
Ballard
13 reviews
Loyal regulars know well to come early or be prepared to wait for a seat in the homey, historic Kolstrand Building space, all dolled up in cheerful white with conversation-starting lighting. — Gayot
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Mediterranean
Belltown
11 reviews
Need to break the ice? Order the cinnamon doughnuts with vanilla bean mascarpone and fruit compote, and shove a whole one directly into your mouth. — The Infatuation
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Italian
Downtown
12 reviews
Seafood crudo, charcuterie and cocktails with bitters give this afternoon/evening John Sundstrom boîte (just up the stairs from his popular restaurant Lark) its intriguing name. — Zagat
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Cafe
Downtown
13 reviews
Salads wobble on plates like chlorophyilic brains and the marinated olives glisten like stolen jewels, taste as good, too. — BlackBook
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Italian
Ballard
9 reviews
A relaxed milieu at once antique yet au courant, an ad hoc $45 prix fixe menu served family style, plus the requisite fine-dining frills -- expertly blended cocktails, a thoughtful wine list. — Seattle Times
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Japanese
Belltown
11 reviews
If you get a seat at the sushi bar in front of Shiro, don't be shy—this is one place where ordering omakase (chef's choice) is a must. — Fodor's
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Cafe
Ballard
11 reviews
"Yuppies" fill up this "stylish" midrange Ballard bistro turning out "spot-on", "approachable" French faves crafted with veggies and herbs from the rooftop garden plus "excellent cocktails". — Zagat
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Hawaiian
West Seattle
9 reviews
What do you get when you cross Hawaiian cuisine with the food of Korea? A Pacific marriage made in heaven if the fish tacos and kimchi quesadillas at Marination Ma Kai are anything to go by. — Lonely Planet
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Diners
West Seattle
8 reviews
The "awesome" namesake fried chicken in "huge" portions is "not to be missed", but "brunch is also wonderful" at chef-owner Mark Fuller's Hawaiian-influenced reinvention. — Zagat
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American
Downtown
9 reviews
Celebrating its 25th year as a AAA four-diamond restaurant, The Georgian serves French-inspired Northwest cuisine with seasonal ingredients.  — Where
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Asian
Lake Union
12 reviews
All the dishes involve flavor combinations you might not expect, but will be very excited to eat, like the corn with okra and cubes of toasted cornbread in a tomato-coconut XO sauce. — The Infatuation
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Italian
Pioneer Square
12 reviews
Be prepared to stand in line at this lunch-only spot (it's worth it!). They serve sandwiches, pastas and soups in addition to the famous cured meats. — Where
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Cafe
9 reviews
This classic Parisian brasserie serves French favorites like croque monsieur, tartare de boeuf and duck confit as well as a selection of salads and seafood — Where
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American
Belltown
12 reviews
A glimpse of the stylish interior will quickly convince you otherwise, and a single bite of any dish will assure you that this is one of Seattle's finest restaurants. — Frommer's
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American
Downtown
9 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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Asian
Lake Union
8 reviews
Revel's open style kitchen-dining room offers seating at traditional tables. — Gayot
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