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Manu’s Bodega is a Dominican restaurant in Seattle that serves delightful dishes rich with authentic flavor. Enjoy roasted pig, Sancocho Stew made with plantains and Batata Con Queso (sweet potato with herbs and Gouda cheese). The dough used to prepare the dishes is made form yuca or cassava. There is a patio for outdoor dining. Live gigs are also organized.
BRGR Bar brings an edgy dining experience to the heart of Downtown Seattle. Their delicious, signature burgers are affordable works of art. A full selection of appetizers, refreshing salads and also good selection of drinks. Enjoy the signature BRGR Classic or create a burger of your choice. The 'BRGR of the Month' are must have of the restaurant.
For all you jocks and sport fanatics, Fuel is made especially for you. With their wide screens and regular sports themed parties when a match is going on makes any sports fan come back for more. The food is something to try out, very contemporary cuisine, pizzas, sandwiches and salads which can be accompanied by their delectable cocktails or beer. Make sure you visit the Fuel at least once and see the live acts there . On Sundays the bar opens at 9 a.m. For further details do check their website.
Founded in 1989, the Pike Brewing Company is a brewery, pub, and restaurant. Stop by for lunch or dinner in this 1920s industrial-style restaurant and watch beer being crafted right before your eyes. The creative menu complements the beers well. Try the handmade German sausage with smoked pork chop, bacon and sauerkraut, and the poached salmon. And don't forget the Pike Street Stout float for dessert! Finish up with a cigar in the Pike Pub Lounge. The pub also hosts meetings, receptions and parties for up to 500 guests, with table service or buffet-style catering. Also visit the Seattle Microbrewery Museum.
Located in a busy spot right across from Pike Place Market, Genghis Khan Chinese Restaurant has served excellent Chinese food in a casual environment. The menu includes dishes from all parts of China and includes Mongolian, Szechuan and Peking options. As at many Chinese restaurants, meals can be ordered here a la carte, or as complete dinner for two or more people. Spicy dishes are available for the bold.
Built on the end of a pier on the downtown waterfront, this place draws crowds in the summer. Visitors and locals alike take in the views across Elliott Bay. The interior of this two storey seafood eatery contains wooden tables and chairs, wooden walls and floors. A little brass enhances the nautical feel. If you're hungry and dining with a friend, try the Fisherman's Feast, which includes great sourdough bread, chowder, salad, a bucket of fresh Pacific Northwest clams or mussels, and a choice of crab, salmon, halibut, cod or prawns. The menu features more seafood, plus pasta, chicken and steak. The lunch crowd is casual. Jeans or shorts and T-shirts are standard attire in the summer months. For dinner, folks dress up a bit, although it is still pretty casual.