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.
Welcome to the luxuriant El Gaucho which takes its fine dining motive quite seriously. Dedicated to providing the most exquisite fine dining experience, El Gaucho serves sophisticated gourmet food of a very high standard. The dimly lit restaurant with rich wood accents gives the place a very romantic and pleasant aura. The wine list is stellar, perfectly in tune with the restaurants fine dining experience. From the risotto to the lobster medallions to the melt-in-your-mouth steaks and succulent scallops; every dish on the menu is a winner. The staff is quite friendly and can assist you in your wine selection or suggest the perfect entree pairing.
Featuring a charming French exterior, Bakery Nouveau is a popular bakery in West Seattle. With everything baked fresh daily, owners William and Heather Leaman have created a neighborhood hotspot. The display of macaroons, twice-baked almond croissants, creamy pastries with generous doses of caramel and cinnamon and heavenly breads are only a few of the luscious confections on offer. Don't be intimated by queues in front of the store, as the line moves swiftly, taking you ever-so-closer to your Nouveau dream. These flaky, buttery pieces of bliss will leave you wanting more each and every time.
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.
Located in Pioneer Square, this elegant, romantic restaurant features a very impressive menu of Italian classics. The antipasti are favorite starters, and customers return again and again for popular pasta, seafood, veal, beef and lamb entrees, such as the Osso Buco and New York steak with truffle oil. Leave room for the Tiramisu, which some call Seattle's best. The wine list focuses on wines from Italy, California and the Northwest. Guests can dine in a simple yet elegant dining room or through the French doors on the courtyard terrace.
Housed in a century old building that's a prominent historical landmark in Renton, Melrose Grill has gone through a number of incarnations ranging from a hotel cafe and saloon to a soda parlor in the course of its rich history. A fire in 1928 and numerous change of ownerships later, the Melrose can finally be said to be back to its former glory, winning rave accolades and a slew of awards with statewide acclaim. The interiors, though updated to modern standards makes no effort to let go of its past with blown up historic photographs adorning pretty much every wall. Subdued lighting sets a great mood for intimate dinners. The inspired steak menu, with choices in beef, pork, chicken and seafood will please even the most discerning of steak lovers. The wine list is particularly extensive and should have no difficulty catering to most tastes. Check website for more.
A romantic and earthy decor with deep colors and dainty furniture distinguish Over the Moon Cafe in the idyllic town of Tacoma. The food features American cuisine with European influences. Seafood is dominant while steaks, ducks and other delicacies cooked and sauteed in creamy juices are also served. Sip on your chardonnay while you decide what your next choice of wine will be. An excellent list of wines and whiskey also features at Over the Moon Cafe. The service is nimble and prompt.
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.