1301 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA (206) 624-1890
historic waterfront district for their signature "Captain's Combo" of shrimp, clam strips, calamari, cod, and halibut
609 Summit Ave E Seattle, WA (206) 323-7841
ecclectic doughnut shop that makes the iconic rounds in countless and creative flavors.
5606 1st Ave S Seattle, WA (206) 762-7900
Turkey and Brisket bean chilis
309 3rd Ave S Seattle, WA (206) 621-8772
Tony enjoyed a meal of cured meats with Mario Batali
1908 Pike Pl Seattle, WA (206) 441-6068
Tony chows down on a quick snack of piroshkies (little meat pies)
312 N 67th St Seattle, WA (206) 783-6362
Hamburgers Fast Food
658 NE Northlake Way Seattle, WA (206) 634-0183
316 Virginia St Seattle, WA (206) 838-7388
Tyler Florence - Roasted Chanterelles Truffle Cheese Pizza
7311 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA (206) 782-5588
12 egg omelette with unlimited hash browns.
2305 24TH Ave E Seattle, WA (206) 632-7277
1447 NW Ballard Ave Seattle, WA (206) 782-2808
Famous chili spot.
2309 6th Ave Tacoma, WA (253) 572-0588
pork shoulder tacos, elk sliders and tater tots stuffed with Parmesan cheese
2000 Fourth Ave Seattle, WA (206) 441-1430
Giada De Laurentiis - Made To Order Doughnuts
1716 6th Ave Tacoma, WA (253) 627-4282
Traditional American Seafood
1600 Pike Pl Seattle, WA (206) 956-1964
he samples the subtle flavors of sheep vs. cows and goats milk cheese
1415 1st Ave Seattle, WA (206) 745-6112
The brewery produces a number of original brews that stay true to craft brewing tradition. They also offer a beer museum and a pub which not
601 Queen Anne Ave N Seattle, WA (206) 390-9089
Melissa d'Arabian - $6 Breakfast Happy Hour (Cured Pork Cheeks Confit Hash)
1416 E Olive Way Seattle, WA (206) 860-9464
Seattle's most dangerous gastronomic experience: the 7-Alarm Chicken Wing Challenge, then go head-to-head to see who can handle the heat.
114 E STEWART AVE Puyallup, WA (253) 466-3075
serving up homemade meatballs and fire grilled artichokes.
2001 4th Avenue Seattle, WA (206) 682-4142
Giada De Laurentiis - Lemon-Scallion Dungeness Crab Cakes
1933 1ST Ave Seattle, WA (206) 256-1499
Alton Brown - Raclette Savoyarde
1931 W Pacific Ave Spokane, WA (509) 363-1973
pub putting their spin on a Reuben with homemade sauerkraut
5000 University Way NE Seattle, WA (206) 696-7010
515 JEFFERSON ST SE Olympia, WA (360) 943-3650
the brewpub combining beer with bangers and mash and crab stuffed cannelloni.
1118 E Pike St Seattle, WA (206) 325-6492
A (Seattle) Capitol Hill bar whose signature drink is the Unicorn Jizz -- and people love it.
403 N 36th St Seattle, WA (206) 547-2040
Asian Comfort Food
Frank Bruni - Asparagus Rice Bowl
2nd Ave & Pike St Seattle, WA (206) 601-5510
Pig on wheels. Pulled pork sandwiches.
5900 Airport Way S Seattle, WA (206) 322-0233
Bobby Flay - Coconut Gold Bars
4743 Ballard Ave NW Seattle, WA (206) 395-9227
This place made Bon Appetitâs 2011 Best New Restaurants. The restaurant serves oysters and other local seafood specialties.
1936 Harbor Ave SW Seattle, WA (206) 937-1600
This seafood and steak restaurant is right on the water, and has breathtaking views of Elliott Bay and the Seattle city skyline.
159 Yesler Way Seattle, WA (206) 264-8287
pastrami sandwiches with a West Coast spin
2332 Second Ave. Seattle, WA (206) 956-8423
With an ever changing cocktail list filled with seasonal drinks, you can find the perfect cocktail to hit the spot at the Rob Roy. Their bar
1530 Pike Pl Seattle, WA (206) 282-4422
#4 - Dark Chocolate Cheesecake
310 Terry Ave Seattle, WA (206) 971-0717
a burger with more bacon on it than you can imagine
1909 1st Ave Seattle, WA (206) 441-7999
At 10pm the coffee shop turns into the Biscuit bitch selling huge biscuits covered in comfort food.
1412 Harvard Ave Seattle, WA (206) 555-1212
Seattle has a large population of Asians and Pacific Islanders, and the food culture in the city reflects this influence. This mobile eatery
323 NW 85TH St Seattle, WA (206) 783-1228
1909 Hewitt Ave Everett, WA (425) 259-1338
Pan-Asian & Pacific Rim
415 Cedar St Seattle, WA (206) 448-9991
4318 S Regal St Spokane, WA (509) 443-6500
a pub brewing up a stout-braised lamb cheese steak.
1253 Thomas St Seattle, WA (206) 621-1090
New American Hamburgers
Taste some surprising yet delicious combinations, like the Dork burger, that combines duck and pork in the patty.
1531 14th Ave Seattle, WA (206) 251-7673
#4 - An amazing Ragu with a homemade beef and pork sauce
305 Madison Ave N Bainbridge Island, WA (206) 842-5786
401 W Main Ave Spokane, WA (509) 747-3946
An old pharmacy turned restaurant serving up their own pancetta with scratch made pasta, and a pulled pork sandwich with an Asian twist.
2209 4th Ave Seattle, WA (206) 441-4240
devoted to cupcakes and their passion for unique flavor combinations
2001 4th Ave Seattle, WA (206) 441-4540
serves up some of the most incredible pie and doughnuts in the city
11725 Pacific Hwy SW Tacoma, WA (253) 719-7181
the Eastern European joint heating up a hearty hangover soup and meat dish
400 Broad St Seattle, WA (206) 905-2100
Traditional American Seafood
Located at the top of the famous Seattle Space Needle, everything at the sky city cafe is fresh, the food, the conversation, even the view!
2010 Western Ave Seattle, WA (206) 436-0390
Seafood New American
Tony tries the famous Dungeness crab fried-egg sandwich, made with egg, avocado, Beechers cheese and sweet crabmeat.
3924 Factoria Square Mall SE Seattle, WA (425) 641-6622