This is Seattle’s premier fine dining restaurant and one of the few that still has a dress code. The restaurant is perched above Lake Union with views of the lake, the Olympic Range and the city. It opened in 1950 and has been THE spot for special occasions ever since.
Serious Pie and Biscuit
Located in the SLU neighborhood, (South Lake Union) Serious Pie and Biscuit serves up great gourmet biscuits for breakfast and a variety pizzas and salads all with a Pacific Northwest Fare.
Enjoy food with a distinctive southern flare at this restaurant located in Ravenna. It is inspired by the cuisine created by West Africans from the southern US.
Elliott’s Oyster House
Enjoy the city’s largest selection of fresh oysters and a wide variety of seafood at Elliott’s Oyster House. Located on the waterfront in downtown Seattle.
Le Pichet is a classic French bistro located in the Pike Place Market area. They serve traditional, regional French food. This is the spot for a glass of fine wine, tasty cheese and a true baguette. Grab a table outside when the weather is good.
Matt’s in the Market
Matt’s features fine Pacific Northwest cuisine and has a spectacular view of Elliot Bay.Reservations suggested at this popular spot.
This restaurant features Middle Eastern food inspired by the cuisine of Syria and Libya. Enjoy locally sourced ingredients paired with aromatic herbs. Mamnoon is steps away from the Starbucks Reserve Roastery on the way up to Capitol Hill.
Terra Plata is translated as earth to plate. Foods are fresh, local and seasonal. On a clear day take advantage of the great rooftop garden for dining. Monday evening is paella night and features paella, tapas, Spanish wine flights and seasonal sangria.
The Walrus and the Carpenter
This oyster bar is located in the popular Ballard neighborhood. Their menu includes plenty of small plate options, seasonal selections from the garden, a variety of seafood dishes, cheese plates and sweets. Menu changes daily.
The Herb Farm
This iconic restaurant, located in Woodinville, features fresh, local ingredients. They offer a 9 course tasting menu paired with 5 or 6 wines. Much of what they serve is grown onsite in their own gardens. The menu changes based on seasonal offerings. Reservations are a must.
Dahlia Lounge was the first Tom Douglas restaurant opened in Seattle. For 20 years it has been the heart of fresh, local and organic in the city.
Now for something totally different. For those fans of the series “Twin Peaks”, this café located in North Bend is a must stop. Here you can get cherry pie and “a damn good cup of coffee”!
Sages features rustic Italian and European cuisine in a relaxed elegant atmosphere. This little gem is a Redmond favorite.
Burien Fish House
This casual spot in Burien serves up great seafood. Order at the counter and grab a table. They serve a variety of fish tacos, seafood sandwiches and fish and chips.