Art of the Table is a restaurant and supper club hybrid that is dedicated to bringing patrons a unique and intimate dining experience. You, along with 21 other people, receive a four-course menu crafted out of fresh local ingredients. Occasionally the dinners have a theme, such as Italian wines and cheeses or Southern cuisine. Even if there is no unifying theme, the food is always meticulously prepared and delicious. An absolute must if you are in Seattle!
For half a century, and three generations of the Canlis family, this gorgeous restaurant has presided on a hill over Lake Union. It beckons the well-off, those looking for a romantic evening, or anyone celebrating a special event. The restaurant has won awards too numerous to list, and a renovation has made it all the better. The cuisine is based on fresh ingredients, with salmon, scallops and Dungeness crab topping the menu. Vegetables are locally grown, as are the wide array of fruits used in each beautifully presented dish. The restaurant has a 12,000-bottle wine cellar.
Located in quaint Madison Park, Cactus is bright and busy cantina. The tapas bar offers delectable small dishes including grilled portobello mushrooms and green chile soup. The extensive menu includes dishes like chimichangas and blue corn tamales. For a real treat try the ripe bananas in Meyer's Rum, a delicious end to your meal. The restaurant is smoke free with a full bar.
Bottlehouse is a chic, trendy wine bar with an assortment of diverse wines and tapas. If you are here for the first time, you could opt for the amazing wine and cheese flight or you could ask the bartender for recommendations. You also have the option to order wines on tap, by the bottle or the glass and a rotating menu of specials. The staff members are really passionate about their work and it’s easy to see this in the way they take care of the patrons in the restaurant. The upbeat atmosphere and the helpful, enthusiastic staff also make this wine bar a great place to host a private event or celebrate a special occasion.
Red Robin isn't the only place to get gourmet burgers in the Pacific Northwest. This similarly named burger joint has been voted "Best Burger" by the readers of the Seattle Weekly. The reasons are obvious, big juicy patties, fresh buns and crisp lettuce, not to mention fair prices. At this chic Red Mill Burgers joint, try the rich Bacon Deluxe with Cheese, the Veggie Burger or the Chicken Burger. The thick milkshakes and malts are nothing to sneer at either.
A taste of New Orleans in the heart of Queen Anne, Toulouse Petit Kitchen and Lounge is a refreshing addition to Seattle's culinary scene. The extensive menu features Louisiana Creole cuisine - an eclectic blend of European, Native American and Southern flavors. Generous portions of sumptuous seafood, charcuterie, meat preparations and interesting sides form the centerpiece of your dining experience and are best enjoyed with a drink or two from the well-stocked bar. Boasting one of the best happy hours in the country, creative cocktails like the Toulouse Hurricane or Katie-Mae deserve special mention. Ornate wrought-iron furniture and delightful ceiling-lamps against the floor-to-ceiling glass windows enhance its rustic appeal.
This cozier version of I Love Sushi, Seattle and caters to a lunch crowd of Eastside businessmen. With the same excellent menu of other sushi stores, of fresh fish both raw and cooked, the various delicious sushi combinations will surely make your day. Try the favorite sushi spider rolls and soft-shell crab. But if you prefer cooked dishes, then try one of the donburi or yakisoba dishes.
Azeteca Mexican Restaurant serves as a wondrous eatery where you can treat yourself with some of the most authentic dishes including the scrumptious flautas, mouth-watering chicken taquitos and rancheros along with pico de gallo and a myriad of spirits. However, handmade salsa is something that would absolutely make you fall in love with it! The restaurant keeps introducing attractive offers which, you can happily avail of, reveling every nibble you enjoy here. Azteca can also be booked for holding parties.
Joining the ranks of some spectacular steakhouses in Bellevue, John Howie Steak impresses with a superb selection that goes beyond what many places have on offer. The restaurant has a highly evolved approach to steak with the selection offered in terms of age and place of origin. From the popular USDA Prime Beef to Australian and Japanese Wagyu, steak connoisseurs will not be disappointed at the selection. The entire menu offers delicious selections with appetizers like crab cakes and charcuterie to fire up your appetite. Wine gets the attention it deserves with a global wine list including a number of rare varieties on offer. Service is extremely professional with the staff going to great lengths to make you comfortable whether you're going for intimate dinners or with a large group.
Although it's in a small shopping center and although it looks like an average sandwich shop until you get up close, this is a destination restaurant. You come here for barbecue and lots of barbecue is what you get. The sauces vary in spiciness so choose carefully. Traditional items are pork and beef sandwiches, ribs and a chili that will set your mouth afire!