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Von’s Gustobistro is a cozy hangout spot nestled in the downtown region of Seattle. This family-owned bar is known for offering an extensive list of beverages in a casual ambiance. You can choose from the unique concoctions or chilled beers or other spirits of your choice that are offered on their menu. In case you feel hungry, Von’s Gustobistro pampers your palate with some enticing American flavors. Its cozy interiors and warm hospitality make Von’s Gustobistro just ideal for catching up with your friends on a relaxed evening.
Chip & Drew's Filling Station serves healthy salads, soups and other locally sourced dishes to hungry Seattleites. Everything is made, cut and prepared fresh every morning and though they are only open five days a week, if you have business downtown, Chip & Drew's is an excellent choice. On the menu, you'll find signature salads, create-your-own salads, sandwiches and a rotating soup schedule that features Broccoli Cheddar, Rustic Potato, Spicy Tomato Lentil and many more traditional stews.
This long-established Pioneer Square nightspot attracts a young, mostly collegiate crowd to its bill of blues, rock, pop and jazz artists. Located in a venerable Seattle building, Doc Maynard's Public House features music that's often great. You'll taste the riffs in your beer. It's loud and hectic, so it's hard to chat, but no one seems to mind. During the day, the Seattle Underground Tour leaves from here. Full bar service is available.
The Triple Door is in the building that housed the Embassy Theatre, built in 1926, and a lot of the old decor from the original vaudeville house is still in evidence. The purpose of the Triple Door is to give an experience with the best in sound, lighting, atmosphere, and hospitality. When all of these elements come together, which they do at the Triple Door, it gives the audience something that can only happen with the performance of live music. It is this exceptional experience that makes the Triple Door a thrilling venue for live music. (Triple Door serves food and alcohol. In the adjacent Musicquarium there are live shows.)
It all started with Brian Tatman & Jason Simodejka's aim to bring East Coast's culinary offerings to Seattle that resulted in TAT'S Delicatessen. Quickly winning hearts of the locals, this deli has become a neighborhood favorite. Order their Turkey Pastrami sandwich or Philly Cheese Steak sandwich, and you'll know why it is so renowned. There are tons of mouthwatering options, including fresh soups, eggplant parmesan and the crispy chicken sub. Sampling East Coast's offerings could not have been made more delicious.
This Mediterranean cafe is a popular lunch spot for Pioneer Square office workers and gallery-goers. Four varieties of grilled sandwiches are offered everyday. Fillings include savory eggplant with feta, chicken with caramelized onions and prosciutto with fresh mozzarella. Alternatives include hummus and baba ghanouj with pita (savory spinach turnovers with a light and flaky crust), or rustic soups. Chewy, nutty baklava rounds out the meal. Counter seating is available, but the sidewalk tables are the place to be when the weather is warm.