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    4225 Fremont Ave N, Seattle, WA 98103
    21 reviews

    best cuban sandwich.. sauce is amazing. line is a little crazy, but I make it a mission to go to Paseo every time I'm in Seattle. Worth it.

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    Armandino's Salumi

    309 3rd Avenue South, Seattle, WA 98104
    13 reviews

    amazing cured meats. beautifully crafted, larger-than-your-face, sandwiches, owned by Mario Batali's parents.

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    Molly Moon's Homemade Ice Cream

    917 East Pine Street, Seattle, WA

    I scream, you scream, we all scream for ICE CREAM. Molly Moon's is a Seattle institution serving up some delicious flavors of your favorite frozen treat. They use local ingredients and 90% of which are sourced locally. The rest they work with local distributors like Stumptown Coffee and Theo Chocolate. There's usually a line out the door, partly because people ...

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    Local 360

    2234 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA
    8 reviews

    I love Local 360! Their pork chops are huge, moist, and tender. The lamb with glazed apricots was awesome. Their risotto was soft and fluffy, and their chicken and grits were made in an unexpected and delicious way. All the produce comes within a 360 miles radius of the restaurant (hence the name Local 360), and the farms as to ...

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    Skillet Diner

    1400 East Union Street, Seattle, WA
    8 reviews

    Two words - Bacon jam. I heard about this place when they were featured on the Food Network. My friend had just moved back to Seattle so I asked her to check it out. She sent me a jar of bacon jam. It's wonderful stuff. You put it on burgers, steaks, crackers, basically whatever you want. When I visited recently, ...

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    Piroshky Piroshky

    1908 Pike Pl, Seattle, WA 98101
    20 reviews

    Anytime I go to Seattle I am sure to stop by here for a hand-crafted Russian pastry. They are the most perfect snack to fuel up while walking the shops of Seattle's Pike's Place Market. Do not miss a chance to try the chicken, rice and mushroom puff. If you're in the mood for sweet instead of savory try literally ...

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    Pike Place Chowder - Pike Place Market

    22 reviews

    Pike Place Chowder is no secret, but it really is that amazing. Get the regular clam chowder, and your tastebuds with thank you. The Salmon Chowder was ok, it just tasted like liquified creamy smoked salmon. Go regular, or get a sampler!

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    Portage Bay Cafe & Catering

    4130 Roosevelt Way Ne, Seattle, WA 98105

    Fresh, organic, large portions, group/kid friendly... it's no wonder why Portage Bay is one of the most popular brunch spots in Seattle. Even at 10am, we still had to wait 30 minutes for a table for three. And the place is HUGE too. While the fresh fruit topping station looked very tempting, I decided not to get pancakes or french ...

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    Beecher's Handmade Cheese

    1600 Pike Pl, Seattle, Washington 98101, USA

    Located in Seattle’s iconic Pike Place Market, Beecher’s wins multiple American Cheese Society awards each year and has been heralded by die-hard fans as well as The Martha Stewart Show as the “world’s best.” The dish gets its special oomph from Beecher’s Flagship cheese, which is aged 15 months to develop its signature nutty flavor. A dash of chipotle adds ...

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  • 10


    2576 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109
    5 reviews

    One of the most memorable dining experiences that I've ever had. You must order the muscovy duck for two, it's a gorgeous and delicious entree. They are also known for their impeccable service and wonderful views of Seattle. The valet guys even rememeber which car you drove in with no ticket.

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    Chukar Cherries

    1529 Pike Pl # B, Seattle, WA

    They have an amazing assortment of chocolate covered nuts and berries, each one better than the last. It was extremely difficult to actually pick a couple to buy, but we ended up getting a bag of dark chocolate covered cherries and milk chocolate covered raspberries. Both are amazing.

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    Cherry Street Coffee House

    2121 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121, United States
    2 reviews

    The people at Cherry Street know how to make a mean latte. Not pretentious and kind to tourists.

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    Dick's Drive-In

    111 Ne 45th St, Seattle, WA 98105
    18 reviews

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

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    Le Panier Very French Bakery

    1902 Pike Place, Seattle, WA
    8 reviews

    My friend loves this French bakery. The palmiers and macarons are amazing here. It's located at Pike Place down the street from the original Starbucks location. There might be a line but the line moves quickly. There is plenty of seating inside the cafe. It's a great place to stop for a pastry, coffee, or a date. The staff is ...

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    Maneki Restaurant

    304 6th Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
    4 reviews

    This is the oldest Japanese restaurant in Seattle; located in what used to be Little Tokyo. I love their cod collar and they have other Japanese dishes as well - more than just sushi and sashimi for sure! The service is kind and quick, but be sure to make reservations ahead of time!

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    Rancho Bravo Tacos

    1001 E Pine St, Seattle, WA
    4 reviews

    Look, we've all been there. It's 2:30 AM, the bars have kicked you to the curb for the evening, and you are absolutely going to fall over dead unless you viciously devour a burrito the size of your face. Enter Rancho Bravo. This no frills (and no shame) taqueria set up shop in a former KFC and just straight-up decided ...

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    Fu Lin Restaurant

    512 S King St, Seattle, WA 98104
    3 reviews

    This place serves Japanese ramen despite being a Chinese restaurant with a Chinese name. Apparently the chef here learned how to make ramen in Japan, but I haven't been yet so I'm not sure if it's traditional or legit. All I know is that their ramen noodles are a perfect addition to a cold, rainy night. Their other Chinese dishes ...

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  • 18

    SkyCity Restaurant

    4 reviews

    When we visited the Space Needle, the tickets offered discounts for dinner! We took advantage of it to enjoy food while viewing the city nightscape. Overall a pleasant experience.

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    Stumptown Coffee Roasters

    616 E Pine, Seattle, WA
    5 reviews

    In Seattle, there's literally a cafe on every corner and a staggering number of them are awesome. The thing that makes Stumptown a cut above the rest is the fact that they roast their own beans right at the cafe. There are even seats down in the roasting area so curious patrons can watch how their perfect cup gets made. ...

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    Bakery Nouveau

    4737 California Ave Sw, Seattle, WA 98116

    This is perhaps the best bakery on the West Coast (sorry Tartine). As such, you'll often find a line out the door. Limited seating inside. They are famous for their twice baked almond croissants. Their sandwiches, pizza by the slice, breads, cakes, cookies, pastries and espresso are all top notch - I challenge you to find better. It can't be ...

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