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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.
Located in a quaint corner of the cobblestone streets of Seattle, Gelatiamo is a serious contender for one of the best gelaterias in all of Seattle. The texture and flavor of the chocolate hazelnut or blackberry gelato will have you take a firm bite into its decadent proportions. A huge plus is that the gelatos are not overly sweet, which allows the flavors to shine through. The staff at Gelatiamo serves generous amounts as you hang-out with your friends in the surroundings of this humble gelateria. If you are in Seattle and looking for something sweet yet not highly calorific, then do visit Gelatiamo.
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.
Located at Motif Seattle Hotel, Frolik kitchen and cocktails is a hot destination to enjoy city skyline over some quality new American cuisine! This stylish restaurant and bar serves American dishes, from mac & cheese to seared duck breast. On the drinks menu, you can ask for your classic drink-of-choice or choose from a list of delicious cocktails. The decor is as stylish and as cutting edgy as the folks at Frolik!
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.