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Located in the beautiful Mayflower Park Hotel downtown, this sleek trendy restaurant called Andaluca has dark walls, dim lights and sparkling wood floors that evoke a feeling of romance. The Mediterranean menu features only the freshest ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Full entrees include Italian Benedict, fresh fruit muesli and hazelnut waffles.
Black Bottle is an informal gathering place that bills itself as a "gastro-tavern." The decor is minimalistic yet comfortable. A full bar, several choices of beer on tap, and imaginative dishes that are perfect for sharing. Indulge in pork belly and kimchi, mussels Marseille style, potato and prosciutto wheels, or one of several specialty flatbreads made to order. Finish with pear sorbet with candied lavender for a wonderful meal.
The Sitting Room is a great place to slow the quickening pace of everyday life. A cozy low-lit joint, this bar invites Seattle's people to relax with its Parisian cocktail lounge, candle-lit tables and a cuisine to match. Don't forget to try one of their herb cocktails during their nightly happy hour. The Sitting Room is located near many performance venues making it a perfect place to visit after a show.
Just over the hill from downtown Seattle in Madison Valley, this small Spanish taverna has just three little tables and fewer than 10 bar stools, but nobody seems to mind waiting for a spot. Behind the bar, Joseph Jimenez de Jimenez demonstrates the art of tapas. Stuffed peppers, garlic-sauteed chorizo sausage and blue cheese with grilled bread and pears are just a few of his delicacies. Also try the Paella for two, soups and sandwiches.
Feel as if you were transported to a neighborhood bar in Spain as you enter Ocho. The menu has traditional Spanish dishes and tapas plates cooked to perfection with authentic ingredients. While here, one can never go wrong with staples like patatas bravas, tortilla espanola and ensalada. You can wash these down with the innovative, premium cocktails on offer.
The charmingly old (but not ancient) building that houses Red House reeks of coziness almost as soon as you enter. A warmly-lit dining room, deep wooden hues on the floor and shelves stacked with wine and beer occupying pretty much every inch of the wall space make for interesting interiors and gives off strangely relaxing vibe. The green tables with blue-cushioned chairs add a contrasting dash of coolness to the warm hues in the room. The serene outdoor patio sees a perennial bustle, and is an excellent choice in summer months. The restaurant is renowned for it's tapas selection, which though not extensive, is varied when it comes to the flavors and combinations. Apart from this, there is also a selection of salads and entrees. The wine selection is astoundingly large, with close to 700 varieties and 20 available by the glass. Equally spectacular is the choice of beer with 500 on offer and seven on tap. Selections from the entire list are available for purchase. Check website for more.