Restaurants for Local Culture in Seattle 

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  • 41

    The Pink Door

    12 reviews

    Cool trapeze show on weekends. GREAT summer deck, cool Post Alley address.

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  • 42

    Roxy's Deli

    3 reviews

    Roxy’s is the only place for breakfast. I couldn’t tell you if anywhere else is open because it’s not important. This is a transplanted East Coast diner and one of the only spots in the Northwest making their own pastrami. Why Roxy’s for budget travelers? Because if you order the Corned Beef Hash or any of the scrambles it comes ...

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  • 43

    Tavern Law

    7 reviews

    It is a great prohibition themed speak easy. The downstairs section is the library, but the real gem is the upstairs section. You have to call from the phone to check if there is space upstairs, which is kind of a pain. However, it is worth it. It is very cozy upstairs with great custom-crafted cocktails.

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  • 44

    Brouwer's Cafe

    2 reviews

    Brouwer’s has the best tap list I’ve ever seen. It’s a thoughtfully curated and seasonal menu of domestics and Europeans, mostly Belgians. It changes literally every day and it will raise the eyebrows of any brewmaster. If you really want to be impressed, ask to see the bottle list, and if you’re a rookie, just describe what kind of beer ...

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  • 45

    Hi-Spot Cafe

    2 reviews

    One of the anchors of the Madrona business community, the High Spot offers great breakfast and brunch treats on the weekends, and lunches during the week. Madrona's commercial district on 34th Avenue is a retro-cool neighborhood offering several interesting dining options and a bit of browsing and shopping, as well.

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  • 46

    The Triple Door

    4 reviews

    It is right on First Avenue close to Pike Place Market. An intimate venue to watch live shows. I have watched Jazz, Bossa Nova there. They also serve decent food.

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  • 47

    Chop Suey

    2 reviews

    Chop Suey is a smaller music venue on the Eastern edge of the Pike / Pine corridor. I'm usually there for electronic music (Caribou, F*** Buttons) but they have plenty of rock and locals acts too. Their stage is a kind of picture-window, which can obscure your view sometimes, but nonetheless I've always had a great time.

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  • 48

    Dick's Drive-In

    18 reviews

    The best drive-in ever. I haven't found a better burger drive-in yet.

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  • 49

    Le Panier Very French Bakery

    9 reviews

    The Napoleon here is amazing. I try to stop in and order one when I'm in the area because it's just that good. I'm not a huge pastry fan either, but there's something about this bakery that makes you want to try everything! I've also had their croissants and macaroons - very tasty! It's always pretty crowded with tourists, but ...

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  • 50

    Macrina Bakery & Cafe

    14 reviews

    This is one of my favorite brunch spots in Seattle. They serve brunch the way it is intended to be: delicious, fresh and comforting. I usually get the simple egg, bacon, toast, fries and salad. I have tried other items and they are all very satisfying. If you are going with some friends, don't forget to share the freshly made ...

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  • 51

    Cafe Flora

    10 reviews

    Seattle Magazine readers named Café Flora the best vegetarian restaurant in 2013, no small honor in a city where well-regarded peers include Plum Bistro and Sutra. The dining area, converted from an abandoned laundromat, features a verdant, sunny atrium walled in floor-to-ceiling windows, plus an on-site herb garden available for special events. The selection of sandwiches, salads, and stone-fired pizzas ...

    Popular withVegetarianFoodiesGreen
  • 52

    Wild Ginger

    9 reviews

    While this is the tourist spot or the large work outing go to spot in Seattle it is still DELICIOUS food. If you are in town for the weekend check out what is playing at the Triple door downstairs. The sound is amazing and the service is wonderful.

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  • 53

    Top Pot Doughnuts - Downtown

    15 reviews

    Top Pot Doughnuts, despite its reputation as Seattle's best doughnut chain, was a wee bit overhyped. The doughnuts lacked the sugary flavor and was kind of dry. I like the retro decor though.

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  • 54

    Bakery Nouveau

    Another Bakery Nouveau just opened up in Capitol Hill and I couldn't be happier. Best pastries I've had outside of France. The sandwiches make a great lunch, and you never spend as much as you think you're going to at first.

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  • 55

    Lola Seattle

    10 reviews

    HAd a great brunch here. Excellent quality spicy Blood O Mary... and the doughnuts were better than the hype.. good wait staff.

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  • 56

    Ray's Boathouse

    8 reviews

    This is a great place for some fresh seafood. The restaurant is very nice, but you can dress casual and the staff will still treat you with much respect. The black cod and crab cakes were delicious! Definitely try the chocolate almond upside down cake too. YUM! If you have a window table you will also have a great view ...

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  • 57

    Matt's in the Market

    9 reviews

    Right in the middle of Pike Place Market on the second floor. You can peek at the hustle and bustle in the market from the window during lunch, whereas you will be dining under the market neon light at dinner. The menu changes often with the season and you can be confident that you are enjoying the freshest of seafood ...

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  • 58

    Elliott's Oyster House

    9 reviews

    ZOMG - so many shelled treasures. More than I care to try to eat... but try I did. The best part of this place is the happy hour where you can try to stuff yourself silly with fresh oysters. drool ;D

  • 59

    The Walrus and the Carpenter

    8 reviews

    Pristine shellfish, displayed on ice in wire baskets lining a gleaming zinc counter, are the main attraction at this handsome Ballard oyster bar. The shucking itself is a work of art.

  • 60

    Ivar's Acres of Clams

    10 reviews

    Good location, right on the water. Great beer selections. The local fish is so fresh; it is hard to deny that this place is great

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