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Located in the stunning W Seattle hotel, this luxurious restaurant serves a delectable fare of contemporary American cuisine, along with a huge variety of sushi. Apart from being a restaurant, it also has a full bar, with happy hours and other discounts, for guests of the hotel, as well as outsiders. Located in the Central Business District of Seattle, it sees mostly a rich and upscale crowd, who come to celebrate over food and wine. The modern and chic ambiance of Trace, is truly striking, while its interiors are made in a fashionable sense of style. The food is gorgeous, with dishes like Kasu Black Cod, Taylor Shellfish Oysters, Moriawase Sushi Platter and Smoked Salmon Bagel being the stand-outs. A whole list of desserts are available, to end your luscious meal on a sweet note. Reservations are recommended.
Lecosho is a contemporary American restaurant that serves fantastic meals. Created by well-known restaurateur Matt Janke, you'll be sure to be impressed. The menu changes, but options in the past have included House-Brined Carlton Farms Pork Chops, Grilled Mackerel, House-Made Sausage and much more. The restaurant also has a nice selection of beer and wine.
This contemporary pan-Asian favorite is is airy, elegant, and always packed with a chic crowd of loyalists. The popular satay bar features chicken, seafood, beef, lamb and pork, grilled and served with a spicy peanut sauce. The Siam lettuce cups, filled with seared Chilean sea bass, are superb. The Dungeness crab will leave you licking your fingers for every last morsel and counting yourself among the converted. A full bar is available.
Fonte is a friendly coffee shop with an ambiance that will brighten up your day. Enter this gourmet cafe for breakfast, lunch, dinner or just a quick bite with coffee. The menu has a variety of options and some of the favorites among frequenters are the meatballs, affogato, duck confit and more. Choose your cuppa, with a varied selection categorized under the single origin, special selection, decaffeinated and more. Buy yourself some of their special coffee beans which are available online on their website. Check website for more information.
Located in the Pike Place Market, this restaurant overlooks Elliott Bay. Freshly renovated, Matt's is now noticeably more roomy. Many who remember this quaint little spot in the market will be pleasantly surprised to see the new, beautiful, spacious alternative. Although the restaurant has structurally undergone major renovations, you can expect the same old welcoming service and classically delicious seafood. The dinner menu changes seasonally, but you will likely find interesting and flavorful seafood dishes like geoduck with seasonal accompaniments, fried duck egg salad and seafood stew.
The delicious and contemporary spin on Korean cuisine and the cozy ambiance, created by mood lighting and intimate seating arrangements, are what draws people to the Chan Seattle. This Korean restaurant is a great place to grab some beef sliders, vermicelli noodles, calamari salad, pacific oysters, and other sumptuous dishes. They also have happy hours and their cocktail menu is definitely worth a try with some unique and innovative combinations and flavors.
Located in the opulent Hotel Max, Miller’s Guild serves some really appetizing meat delicacies. Charismatic interiors create a beautiful ambiance, which seems perfect for an occasional dinner. Making use of nose-to-tail meat, celebrated chef Jason Wilson, crafts some delicate and flavorful recipes, that please even the most discerning palettes. Built around a wood-fired grill, this restaurant presents a wide variety of contemporary American dishes along with classic cocktails and beverages. Wild Alaskan King Salmon for appetizers, Pork Belly & Roasted Grits for mains, while Spiced Pear & Mixed Berry Crumble for desserts remain to be the most heavenly dishes on their menu. Call ahead for reservations.
Hawaiian meets Korean at the famous Marination Station. This little joint has food lovers from all over Seattle coming to taste their eclectic food. Locals swear by their spicy pork torta and also the variety of tacos that are enjoyed best with their special nunya sauce. Drop by the Station to relish an exquisite taste or opt for their catering service for your next private event to make your party a hit!
Altruism meets culinary excellence at this Belltown restaurant. The FareStart restaurant is an extension of the FareStart program, a training program aimed at giving homeless men and women the skills to obtain jobs in the restaurant and hospitality industries. The restaurant is open for lunch Monday through Friday and open Thursday nights for Guest Chef Night. All of the restaurant proceeds go back into the FareStart program, so diners can expect not only a fabulous meal but also a warm fuzzy feeling for contributing to such a worthy cause.
Delightful contemporary and fusion cuisine await you at Marjorie in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. Set in a scenic area, this restaurant features colorful decor and energetic service. Locally-sourced ingredients and a relentless passion to innovate make the food special here. Some of the signature dishes to try out here are Anderson Ranch lamb chop, Painted Hills terres major and roasted Mad Hatcher chicken.
A pink and blue neon sign marks this colorful Capitol Hill spot. Artwork by local artists adorns the walls, and warm afternoon sunlight streams in through the large bay windows. The menu features excellent seafood, steaks, pastas and salads, along with a rotating menu focusing on cuisine from different regions of the world. Recent specialty menus featured food from India and Portugal. Weekend brunch brings hordes of diners from the neighborhood and beyond for the excellent scrambles, omelets and French toast.