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The best in urban recreation, arts and culture, sports, dining and shopping is just outside our front doors in downtown Seattle. Outdoor activities abound both in and around the city, including biking, hiking, skiing, boating and whale watching and many more. Seattle is a city with a strong culture of the arts, offering symphony, opera, ballet and professional theatre.

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A thriving music scene exists here, with local and national acts playing in small clubs and major event venues. Seattle also hosts national sports teams, including football, baseball, soccer and women’s basketball.

The city offers an array of annual events that are locally and nationally appealing, drawing huge crowds year after year. The Boat Show, Bite of Seattle, Seafair Festival, Pride Parade, Bumbershoot music festival, Northwest Folklife Festival and numerous film festivals are a tribute to Seattle’s cultural diversity.

Foodies and casual diners alike will delight in Seattle’s culinary offerings. Waterfront dining, informal bistros, historic restaurants, stall vendors at Pike Place Market and the mobile truck trend have all contributed to a city known for excellent cuisine and memorable dining experiences. Award-winning chefs and restaurants abound in each of the city’s distinctive neighborhoods.

We look forward to welcoming you to Seattle! You may find the following resources helpful as you plan your stay.

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Guide - Restaurants - Brunch

5 Spot

1502 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-285-7768

Description: QUEEN ANNE. Scan the menu at this fun and funky American eatery, and you'll likely find your favorite region of the States soundly represented, from Southern-style Tasso ham and honey-stung fried chicken to Northwestern salmon cakes and Southwestern shrimp enchilada con queso. Indeed, 5 Spot is nothing if not dynamic, even changing its artwork and decor every so often to transport patrons to various seasonal locales. Early-risers (and late-risers, too!) take heed ­ their breakfast menu, available until midnight, features the likes of red flannel hash, smoked salmon scramble, and homestyle biscuits & gravy.
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611 Supreme Creperie & Cafe

611 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122 206-328-0292

Description: CAPITOL HILL. This cozy red-brick eatery is ideal for people on a budget, especially if Sunday brunch is on the slate. As the name no doubt hints, homemade crêpes are the stars (many local rags regard these as the "best in town"), and the skilled chef stuffs them with everything from salmon, ham, and Gruyere cheese to scallions, potatoes, and sautéed veggies. Friendly, Parisian-esque service and a comfortable lounge make this an easy fave of Capitol Hill's young, hip crowd.
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Boat Street Café & Kitchen

3131 Western Ave, # 301, Seattle, WA 98121 206-632-4602

Description: QUEEN ANNE. Although it's popular throughout the week, the cafe has a terrific weekend brunch that's well-attended. Among the dishes you'll find are wonderful egg casseroles, French toast, eggs benedict (with homemade hollandaise), smoked trout, a spicy morning torte and other treats, including a choice of pastries. The warm atmosphere is an ideal place to relax, and the service is excellent.
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Brasserie Margaux

401 Lenora St, Seattle, WA 98121 206-777-1990

Description: BELLTOWN. Filled with rich wood accents, snowy white tablecloths, and elegant table settings, this restaurant offers Northwest-influenced French classics in a comfortable, relaxed atmosphere. Start with the soup du jour; French onion soup, rich with caramelized onions and gruyère cheese, is a comforting favorite. A grilled sea scallop brochette, served over warm chorizo-potato salad, and a giant mushroom ravioli with white truffle cream are indicative of the menu's breadth. Traditional dishes like coq au vin, beef bourguignonne, and steak frites arrive with delicious sides and don't disappoint. Save room for tiramisu profiteroles or the crème brûlée of the month!
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Café Campagne

1600 Post Alley, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98101 206-728-2233

Description: DOWNTOWN. If you can't get a reservation for lunch or dinner at sister restaurant, Marché, and still want to experience the award-winning, bistro-style restaurant, then try the cafe for brunch. You can't go wrong, and you can visit the Market while in the area. A quintessential Parisian decor provides a delightful backdrop for a fine morning meal, including freshly squeezed orange juice and steaming coffee. Try French toast made with brioche and bourbon egg batter or a fluffy omelet stuffed with potatoes and laced with rosemary.
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Cutters Crabhouse

2001 Western Ave, Pike Place Market, Seattle, WA 98121 206-448-4884

Description: WATERFRONT. Wonderful views of Puget Sound and the Seattle skyline multiply the appeal of this local favorite, whose innovative cuisine capitalizes on fresh seafood. The large menu provides a wealth of options, whether you choose something from the raw bar, steamed or grilled king crab legs, roasted tiger prawns, seafood fettuccine, or Dungeness crab cakes. You'll also find a selection of meat entrees, including grilled Anderson Ranch lamb chops. Travelers and locals alike find Cutters an ideal place to sample the ocean's bounty and Seattle's take on it. You'll also find a bar and a nice range of wines and microbrewed beers.
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Dragonfish Asian Café

722 Pine St, Paramount Hotel, Seattle, WA 98101 206-467-7777

Description: DOWNTOWN. Serving excellent Pan-Asian cuisine from breakfast until late-night, this eatery happily accommodates a host of patrons. Skillfully prepared dishes incorporate the signature flavors of China, Japan, Singapore, Thailand, and the Philippines. Needless to say, the menu offers a wide variety of imaginative selections. Sushi roll lunch boxes, lemon chicken, and Chinese sausage fried rice are among the most popular choices. Servers are knowledgeable and friendly, bartenders are proficient, and prices are reasonable.
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Etta's Seafood

2020 Western Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-443-6000

Description: DOWNTOWN. North of Pike Place Market, Etta's is known for its take on superb, fresh-caught seafood. Tourists and locals alike pack the place, and although there's sometimes a wait, the food always compensates for the slight inconvenience. The innovative cuisine features Asian influences and a desire to move beyond traditional preparations. Signature dishes include deep-fried tilapia with scallions and black beans, seared halibut, tuna sashimi, oysters on the half-shell, spice rubbed salmon, and Dungeness crab.
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Glo's

1621 E Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98102 206-324-2577

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Thoughtfully prepared breakfast faves draw crowds to this small eatery.
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I Love Sushi

1001 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 206-625-9604

Description: LAKE UNION. The name of this restaurant leaves little doubt about the specialty of the house. This is the place for sushi lovers, and a crowd of professionals from the local high-tech companies shows up daily for lunch. The menu includes excellent sashimi and sushi rolls, including the famous Spider Roll, as well as great miso soup. A wide selection of vegetarian options is available as well, such as various tofu, noodles, and vegetable tempura dishes. Good sake selection, too.
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Icon Grill

1933 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-441-6330

Description: DOWNTOWN. Diners of all tastes and persuasions are constantly delighted by Icon Grill's splashy decor, lively atmosphere, and innovative cuisine. Entrees include smoked duck quesadillas, salmon mussel stew, yellowfin tuna, molasses-glazed meatloaf, and Cajun rock shrimp penne. Try whatever tickles your fancy ­just don't leave until you've tried their legendary seven-layer fudge cake!
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Kingfish Café

602 19th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 206-320-8757

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Come early if you've got a hankering for the sweet Southern soul food this family-owned establishment dishes up. Whatever the crowded pair of dining rooms lacks in space and elegance is made up for in the quality (and quantity) of down-home cooking. Classics like buttermilk fried chicken, catfish, barbecue, vinegary collard greens, and macaroni and cheese (with onions and mushrooms) are prepared simply and served piping hot. Dessert is predictably heavenly: red velvet cake with buttercream frosting and strawberry shortcake are perfect finishing touches.
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Lola

2000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-441-1430

Description: BELLTOWN. This upscale dining room serves inventive Greek cuisine. Making an excellent starter, pita bread is served with your choice of spread, like roasted sweet red pepper, barrel-aged minty feta or skordalia. Meze, such as grilled octopus and dolmades with rice, and a variety of kabobs appear on the menu, and Lola doesn't skimp on main courses either. Offerings vary but may include a tagine of stuffed artichokes, avgolemono and saffron couscous or a whole fish with pickled green garlic and herbs.
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Macrina Bakery & Café

2408 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 206-448-4032

Description: BELLTOWN. Some fans say this tiny café is the best bakery in Seattle. It packs a crowd at lunch, but breakfast is a great time to relax in the cozy, artsy dining room and enjoy fresh coffee and juices. You'll also find friendly service and a massive, tempting selection of bagels, breads, French toast, tartlets, cobblers, and much more. Buy a loaf of the renowned potato bread to take along with you.
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McCormick & Schmick's Seafood Restaurant

1103 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 206-623-5500

Description: DOWNTOWN. As popular a bar as it is a seafood restaurant, this neighborhood eatery is regularly filled with patrons. The interior ­ a study in brass, glass, and sleek wood ­ is warm, inviting, and as clean-lined as a yacht cabin. The seafood served is impeccably fresh, and the menu changes daily. Over 25 fresh catches are available, and whole lobster is a constant bargain. M&S also has one of the best oyster stews in the city, along with icy martinis and a great wine list.
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Monsoon

615 19th Ave E, Seattle, WA 98112 206-325-2111

Description: CAPITOL HILL. Expertly prepared Vietnamese cuisine consistently draws a hungry crowd to this family-run restaurant. The menu changes seasonally and offers an extensive selection. Vegetarians relish the lemongrass tofu, while omnivores delight in the rich flavors unleashed in banana leaf-wrapped halibut and tamarind soup. Efficient service and reasonable prices add to the appeal, as does a weekend dim sum brunch.
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New Orleans Creole Restaurant

114 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104 206-622-2563

Description: PIONEER SQUARE. Thanks to healthy doses of French Quarter charm, Big Easy-style cooking, and terrific live music, this establishment ably pleases, and its relatively close proximity to the city's main sporting venues gives it added appeal on game days. A schedule of regional jazz, blues, zydeco and Dixieland bands is occasionally complemented by national acts. And since the stage is right in the center of the dining room, there's really not a bad seat in the house. The wide-ranging menu features Creole and Cajun specialties. New Orleans is also a participant in the neighborhood's "joint cover" nights ­ when a cover charge is paid at one club, admission is granted at ten other Pioneer Square clubs.
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Sazerac

1101 4th Ave, Hotel Monaco, Seattle, WA 98101 206-624-7755

Description: DOWNTOWN. The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to chef Jan Birnbaum, the driving force behind Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine, including golden hush puppies served with warm molasses, Creole shrimp cakes, black mussels with cumin butter sauce, and braised beef served with a gorgonzola potato creation. Modern, amusing interiors make this a must on your restaurant list.
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The Hunt Club

900 Madison St, Sorrento Hotel, Seattle, WA 98104 206-343-6156

Description: DOWNTOWN. Brick walls, beamed ceilings, and patterned carpets surround diners with comfort and warmth at this hotel establishment. Some dishes occasionally feature a Mediterranean sensibility, although the menu is largely American. Steak lovers often frequent the place for prime-grade beef, but you'll also find veal, pheasant, Dungeness crab cakes, and rainbow trout. The selection of bisques also meets with rave reviews, as does the dessert list, which includes tarts, pies, and crème brûlées. After dinner, take your coffee or liqueur into the Fireside Room, where folks play board games or cards and relax by the hearth.
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Tulio Ristorante

1100 5th Ave, Hotel Vintage Park, Seattle, WA 98101 206-624-5500

Description: DOWNTOWN. Polished woods and hand-crafted detailing characterize this lovely restaurant, which features an open kitchen, along with upstairs and downstairs dining rooms. Frequented by professionals at lunch, Tulio is known for its authentic cuisine and attentive service. The menu includes such treats as salmon ravioli, sweet-potato gnocchi with sage butter, pepper-crusted roast pork loin, and marinated Washington lamb sirloin. You'll also find pizzas and calzones on the lunch menu. Tulio makes the perfect start to any special evening occasion. At times, you may even spot a celebrity!
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