1933 1ST Ave Seattle, WA (206) 256-1499
Alton Brown - Raclette Savoyarde
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.
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.
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
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
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.
415 Cedar St Seattle, WA (206) 448-9991
classic greasy spoon serves up a great breakfast.
1001 E Pike St Seattle, WA (206) 325-7711
A meat-lovers heaven. Try the pubs wild boar sloppy Joe.
2576 Aurora Ave N Seattle, WA (206) 283-3313
Tony meets Matt Dillon and Renee Erickson at Canlis Restaurant to sample some of Seattles most beloved regional cooking. Overlooking Lake Un
6226 Seaview Ave NW Seattle, WA (206) 789-3100
Try the Cuban sandwich at this Caribbean restaurant, beloved by locals for its tasty sandwiches.
1509 E Madison St Seattle, WA (206) 329-1503
If you are in a hurry, grab some food from this walk-up-window operation, serving high-quality Thai food.
4754 University Way NE Seattle, WA (206) 268-0154
A small-batch handmade biscuit joint. Get here early, because Nook closes once its biscuits sell out!
122 Cherry St Seattle, WA (206) 622-3375
Soups Traditional American
Home to Seattles own Sandwich Nazi this intentionally prickly downtown-based luncheonette is packed with a devoted following of hungry patro