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Not many nightclubs double as elegant lunch spots, but this tiny, art-filled place does. Space-age tubular lighting, glitzy statues and large-scale paintings are not your typical nightclub decor. Large windows along the front allow for open-air seating on hot summer nights, and for a refreshingly cool dance floor. Weekday lunch specials are a great bargain, and the Happy Hour from 4p-7p features spicy snacks and cheap well drinks. Nightly live music ranges from reggae to funk to industrial.
Want to read while you eat? Introduce yourself to books and good food at the Library Bistro. Contemporary American food and a bookstore contribute to the comfortable feel at this restaurant. High backed booths, ten-foot high bookcases, and oiled oak floors will take you back to the 1940's. The drinks list consists of literary-named cocktails and an extensive wine list. The Bookstore Bar features a wide variety of microbrews, imports, wines from the Northwest, and coffee. You can actually buy the books of your choice as you wait for your order to arrive. Visit this place on a beautiful summer day and enjoy the outdoor seating.
Hole in the Wall BBQ also known as Chuck's Hole in the Wall BBQ after its owner, was established in 1989 and has since been serving locals with smoking hot barbecue meat. The menu comprises of sandwiches that are topped with Bullwacker BBQ sauce. The food is also available for take-away and can be delivered to one's doorstep. Bite into a piece of the meat to unravel the delicious taste of the fine sauces that coat it and work their magic on one's palate. Needless to say, one will surely be back for more of this wonderful meal.
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.
With a traditional Japanese menu and extensive sake and wine list served in a modern atmosphere in downtown Seattle, Nijo Sushi is an ideal spot for satisfying that sushi craving. Menu items include salads, soups, hot and cold dishes and plenty of sushi rolls. Or try something off the happy hour menu from 4p-7p daily.
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.