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.
Poco Wine Room stocks Pacific Northwest wines, especially the lesser known varieties. The wines are not well known but made with a lot of care, skill and commitment. They also have imported wines which are affordable and delicious. Poco also offers delicious starters and desserts to go with their wines. Various cheeses and antipasti featuring locally cured free range meat is also offered. Poco has a warm, comfortable vibe and makes a great place to meet friends and hangout.
Oaxacan cuisine is served at La Carta de Oaxaca, which is nestled on Ballard Avenue. You can't miss the bright entrance. Once you step in, make yourself comfortable at one of the long tables. Do let your glance venture towards the open kitchen where a busy staff cooks up delicious Mexican treats. Lots of black and white photographs line the otherwise plain walls. House specialties include the famous Oaxacan mole negro and fish soup among many others. In case you get stuck waiting for a table, go ahead and gulp down those tequila shots and feel happy!
The menu offers breakfast and lunch, but make no mistake about it, as the main attraction is the diner itself, a greasy place that serves as a Mecca for a group of regulars enjoying a night on the town. This cafe dates back to World War II, so it is no surprise that it has acquired a musty character over the years. You may not be able to make out your friends through the smoky air, but half the fun of coming is to try. Typical American pub grub is offered, heavier than usual with grease—burgers, fries, sandwiches and the like. Breakfast is available all day. There is a full bar and the beer selection is broad.
Located at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle, Outlier serves delectable victuals in grand banquet menu laid out with style and class. The refined and chic interiors give off a classy without coming across as too formal and its well-crafted menu that boasts a delicious selection of New American cuisine brings to the table an awe-inspiring dining experience. Gorge a soulful dinner in well-chosen combination complemented with a line of fresh;y prepared, craft cocktails. You can also take a seat at their beautiful outdoor and relax by the fire pit while enjoying beautiful views of verdant surroundings, This restaurant invites reservations for private dining.
From the red walls, ceiling and booths to the white tablecloths, this restaurant offers old-school Italian decor. During the lunch and dinner hours, it is a great place for inexpensive dining and drinking on First Hill. You can choose from rich pasta dishes or splurge on a surf-n-turf combo. Late nights bring out the disco divas, and this place fills up early. Some nights it offers live music, others a DJ. Either way, the place will be jumping until closing time.
Loulay Kitchen & Bar is located in Down-town Seattle and has a fresh new approach towards French Cuisine. The recipes served here are inspired from the knowledge that Chef Thierry Rauturea, also known as the "Chef in The Hat", received from his mother. The beautiful restaurant is tucked away in a private courtyard and has a wonderful, romantic charm. The food served is made from ingredients sourced from the Northwest Pacific and is impeccable in presentation and taste. They offer a collection of French wines served by the glass and also serve cocktails and beers.
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.
Enjoy poke of your choice at the Coffee Tree Poke. At this casual eatery, patrons have the option to make their own poke, by selecting ingredients and flavors of their choice. The preparation of the delicacies can also be easily viewed as the restaurant features an open kitchen. Spicy Salmon Poke is one of the most popular dishes here enjoyed by regulars and first-time visitors alike. The bowl comes loaded with crab meat, cucumber, seaweed salad, onion, masago and corn. The portions served here are also good enough to make you feel satisfied with your meal. However, the show stopper of the menu is clearly the cup of traditional Bubble tea that goes perfectly with the hearty meal. If you are looking for a breakfast spot that can satiate your hunger with some delicious dishes, Coffee Tree Poke is the place to try out.
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.