Jazzbones covers all the bases when it comes to having a good time. Local and regional talents perform and the sumptuous fare satiates your appetite. Jazzbones is classy and easy on the eyes as well, with large spacious windows, glass mosaic and a curving bar which lend the place a very stylish look. There is a private balcony available for those who need their space and yet want a birds eye view of the band below.
A series of brewers have tried their luck with this West Seattle Junction location. This latest opened here in 1997 and attempts to broaden its appeal by catering to families and hip urbanites. The decor favors brass, and the smoking section's location upstairs with the pool tables keeps the air fresher downstairs. The pub has 10 beers on tap, six brewed onsite. There's also root beer on tap for the kids. Burgers and sandwiches dominate the menu. Hear live folk and jazz music most Saturdays. Call ahead for hours.
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.
Fans of Thai food that find themselves near the airport should stop by this restaurant. If you can judge the quality of a restaurant by the number of its faithful patrons, then this is one of the best of its kind around. The casual, '60s drive-in building gives the restaurant a relaxed atmosphere. The food is authentic Thai, and if you are not familiar with the dishes there are color photos to help you make your decision. Meat-eaters and vegetarians alike will be happy with the selections. Tofu can be added as a replacement for meat in any of the dishes. The marinated chicken is addictive, as is the green vegetable curry.
Visit West 5 for an unforgettable experience. Choose from a wide range of drinks like exotic cocktails, martinis, refreshing beers, imported spirits, rum, flavored coffee and tea among others. Take your pick from their delicious assortment of mouthwatering appetizers, crunchy salads, sandwiches filled with fresh vegetables and cheese, Cajun-style rice and beans and other delicacies. Regulars swear by the delightful mac n' cheese and the happy hour specialties. Desserts like the coconut rave cake and ice cream sundaes topped with chocolate and fruit sauces will make you want to come back for more!
Katsu Burger, known for their Japanese-inspired American food, is a Georgetown favorite. The no-frills eatery has garnered rave reviews for their original burgers, sides, and drinks. The restaurant sets itself apart from the usual burger joints not just for the originality of the menu, but also the commitment to serving only all-natural meats sourced from the Pacific Northwest. Their iconic burgers are deep fried to perfection, so it's best to leave your diet at home. Favorites include the Ninja Deluxe, Godzilla Attack, and Wabi Wasabi. The infamous Mt. Fuji isn't for the faint of heart and features beef, pork, and chicken, American, Pepper Jack, and Cheddar cheeses, fried egg, bacon, wasabi, and Tonkatsu sauce. A side portion of their unique Nori fries are the perfect accompaniment to any meal and is perfectly washed down with a green tea milkshake or a kinako and black sesame milkshake.
Tease your taste buds with delicious dishes at the Rock the Dock Pub & Grill while in the city. They have a vast menu which lists items like Dock Sprimp Cocktails, Deep Fried Mushrooms, Chicken Strip Salad, Beer Battered Fish, and Chips, Tugboat Turkey Melt which can be complemented with drinks like creative cocktails, beers and much more. Enjoy your meals with live music sessions performed by local artists.
The Swiss Restaurant & Pub is the place to be if you want to relish delicious pub fare and your favorite drinks without having to shell out too much while in the neighborhood. You can either choose from the extensive buffet menu or go for the a-la-carte depending on your choice and preference. Apart from being a popular dining destination, The Swiss Restaurant & Pub is also a popular event destination playing host to numerous birthdays parties, weddings and other private events throughout the year. Live concerts featuring talented singers and bands are organized here for the entertainment of the patrons.
Try The Melting Pot for a unique dining experience. This all-fondue restaurant features three delicious salads, four varieties of cheese fondue, and two lighter styles. Veggies are crisp and fresh, ready for dipping. Main dishes include Cajun-style chicken and Lobster Indulgence. Extravagant desserts come in portions for two, three, or four. The Dark and White Chocolate Fondue Combination with fresh fruit, marshmallows and pound cake for dipping is extraordinary. The décor is pleasantly rustic and there is an excellent wine list.
Sandwiched between Central Tacoma and the North End, this charming 68-seater restaurant on 6th Avenue serves up a wide range of modern American dishes in an industrial-themed bistro setting. The restaurant's owner Derek Bray is a great admirer of Northwestern Pacific cuisine and honors the region's gastronomic heritage through his diverse and complex fare. The menu is seasonally inspired and features a curated lineup of small plates, large plates, and delicate desserts. The Braised Elk, Venison Osso Bucco, and the Butterscotch Bread Pudding are a few of The Table's specialties.