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Seattle Best Restaurants

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Top Restaurants in Seattle

Restaurants Seattle – What’s a vacation without excellent food, delicious cocktails or fine wine in a good restaurant? Such evenings create memories. WorldTop7 offers a selection of the best restaurants in Seattle. And because we know how different tastes are we cover all of the different restaurant styles!

Whether a sushi restaurant in Seattle, an American steakhouse, an Italian restaurant, a Thai eatery or exotic Cajun cuisine – the lovers of culinary delights come fully at their expense and find lots of insider tips. Our restaurant tips in Seattle are by locals (which should know where it tastes best!), celebrities, globetrotter and business people. And if you’ve eaten in one of these restaurants in Seattle where cuisine, service and atmosphere was unbeatable and you want to tell everybody – that’s what WorldTop7 stands for! Restaurants in Seattle with the x-factor!

The demands in terms of restaurant style are naturally very varied and WorldTop7 is happy to assist. Whether it is a small, cozy bistro in Seattle with delicious and authentic food for surprisingly little money or a completely styled Michelin-star restaurant in Seattle where movie stars and models have diner – here you find everything from inexpensive to expensive, from grunge to classy, from traditional to macro kitchen!

But not only for your vacation, also for your business lunch or business dinner in Seattle you can find exactly the right place to eat. Thus, business become pleasure in no time!

Anthony’s at Point Defiance

Style: Casual Seafood Restaurant

Anthony's at Point Defiance

Anthony’s at Point Defiance is the perfect spot for family get togethers, with their high energy, fun, and laid back attitude. They specialize is serving Northwest seafood in creative new ways. They are centrally located, with nearby Vashon ferry and Pointe Defiance Zoo, the family can make a whole day of it! The restaurant itself is stunning, with 20 foot high dormer windows, giving diners a gorgeous panoramic view of Vashon Island and Mount Rainier.

Cool thing to know, they offer guest moorage, so if you are boating in the area and want to stop here to eat, you can dock your boat right at the restaurant. The staff is great here, very friendly, fits perfectly with the general atmosphere. As for the food, it’s seafood at it’s finest. The Fish n’ Chips is especially good, they use cod, which it light, tender, and flaky. Also, highly recommend the clam chowder. Reservations are not required, but they are highly recommended if you want to enjoy this pearl of a restaurant.

Opens daily at 11:30am.

 

Address: 5910 North Waterfront Drive, Tacoma, WA 98407, United States
Area: Tacoma
Phone: +1 253 752 9700
Website: https://www.anthonys.com/restaurants/detail/anthonys-at-point-defiance

Price: Mains $11 – $30

Dahlia Lounge

Style: Seafood & Meat in Seattle

Dahlia LoungeWalking into Dahlia Lounge your mouth well start to water from the wonderful smell coming from their wood burning grill, which gives the food that great earthy, grilled flavor you love. For 20 years Dahlia has been an epicenter for Seattle’s local, sustainable, and organic food movement. Not very often do you find such an upscale restaurant with a conscience.

Private dining is available for brunch, lunch, and dinner.

The food is served at the peek of freshness so that you, the guest, can more fully appreciate their flavors. To start your meal why not try the Sea Bar Sampler or Zucchini Agnolotti with mascarpone, squash blossom, and basil. For the fish lover, try dining on the yummy Dungeness Crab Cakes, made with summer squash, cumin, white beans, tomato, pepitas and served with jalapeno cream. If you can’t resist the call of the grill, the Rotisserie Roasted 5 Spice Duck is divine.

Lunch is served Mon – Fri 11:30am – 2:30pm , Sat-Sun 9am-2pm, Dinner starts daily at 5pm. Reservations are really needed in order to get a table.

Address: 2001 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, United States
Area: Seattle Downtown
Phone: +1206 682 4142
Website: http://tomdouglas.com/index.php?page=dahlia-lounge

Price: Mains $31 – $60

El Gaucho

Style: Upscale Steakhouse in Seattle

El GauchoThis is an old school steakhouse, specializing in table side service. El Gaucho is the place to go when you are celebrating something special, or really trying to impress someone.

You will be treated to table side service, outstanding staff, and the finest food in all of Seattle in this ultimate dining experience.

El Gaucho is all about total indulgence of the senses. Live music is performed nightly, starting at 6pm, really adding a classy touch to the restaurant, you may even be moved to take your date for a waltz around the room. For a more intimate experience you can dine in the Pampas Room. Try starting out your meal with Pancetta Wrapped Jumbo Prawns or some Oysters Rockefeller. If you like Ceasar Salads, try theirs, it’s made at your table. For the main course there is nothing better than the 34 oz Porterhouse that’s carved table side.

Try to save room for dessert, like the table side Flambe Cherries Jubilee. Opened daily at 6pm for dinner, Reservations can be made online or by phone.

 

Address: 2505 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, United States
Area: Belltown
Phone: +1206 728 1337
Website: http://elgaucho.com/

Price: Starter & Main course above $61

How to cook a Wolf

Style: Romantic Italian Restaurant

How to cook a WolfSitting atop Queen Anne is this neighborhood restaurant know for its intimate dining experiences. Chef Matt Fortner’s continually changing, Italian inspired menu, showcases his skill and passion. With small plates and fresh in house made pasta, the dining here is meant to be a journey. You will love the cozy, warm, wood clad dining room. Using mainly locally grown ingredients, How to cook a Wolf, strives to serve the freshest and highest quality food.

The food here is simple and rustic, paying homage to MFK Fisher and her philosophy of transforming simple ingredients into culinary masterpieces. The Beef Tartare is especially good, with olive, parsley aioli, and parmigiano-reggiano, the preparation of it is masterful. Another creative dish worth trying is the Pork Belly with roasted strawberries and aged balsamic.

The wine list here is exceptional, so take a look, and if you aren’t sure, ask your waiter, they are very helpful and knowledgeable.

Open daily at 5pm, you can make reservations by phone or online.

Address: 2208 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109, United States
Area: Queen Anne
Phone: +1 206 838 8090
Website: http://ethanstowellrestaurants.com/howtocookawolf/

Price: Mains $31 – $60

Quinn’s Pub

Style: American Pub

Quinn's PubQuinn’s Pub is hip, cool, and where you’ll find the locals hanging out. Everyone knows that where the locals eat is where you want to eat. Quinn’s is very laid back, and will remind you of a great Irish or British pub.

The décor is warm and inviting, perfect place to meet up with the gang for after work drinks, or to celebrate something special. The staff here are more than just waiters, they really make this place stand out from the rest. You’ll walk in and be greeted as if you are an old friend.

The food here is a unique spin on traditional pub fare, you won’t find greasy, flavorless fast food here, but rather exquisitely put together and unexpected comfort food. They are really well known around town as having the best burger in all of Seattle.

Opens daily at 3pm, and you don’t need reservations, come hang out.

Address: 1001 East Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98122, United States
Area: Pike/Pine
Phone: +1206 325 7711
Website: http://www.quinnspubseattle.com/

Price: Mains $11 – $30

Salumi

Style: Date Night Italian Deli

SalumiSalumi brings a new concept, based on some old ideas, to Seattle’s historic Pioneer Square. This really cool place draws inspiration from traditional Italian delis, producing high quality gourmet cured meats.

This isn’t your average deli, with house cured meats you can’t find anywhere else, this is a diamond in the rough. You can even take home your favorite cured meat by the roll or the slice. Not only are the meats house made, but so is the bread, made fresh daily, it’s worth going just for that.

No matter what you decide to order, rest assured it’s all delicious, Salumi made the choice to stay relatively small so that they could stay hands on. You can taste the passion and love they put into everything they make.

The atmosphere here is casual sophistication. Think high class deli with a good sense of humor. No need for reservations here, just stop by.

Only open Tues – Fri 11am – 4pm.

Address: 309 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104, United States
Area: Pioneer Square
Phone: +1 206 621 8772
Website: http://www.salumicuredmeats.com/

Price: Mains $11 – $30

Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge

Style: Waterfront Seafood With Amazing View

Six Seven Restaurant & LoungeOffering a new take on American Cuisine to downtown Seattle, you’ll be hard pressed to find a finer establishment for the same value. The restaurant offers absolutely stunning views of the impressive Olympic Mountains, and beautiful Elliott Bay with their floor to ceiling windows.

You can dine indoors or out, though depending on the time of day and year, you may want to bring a light sweater if you plan to dine outside. The menu here is inspired, showcasing the chefs talent and passion for creating spectacular dishes. Some highlights are the Lump Crab Cakes that’s served with a lemongrass sauce, and a very tasty tomato jam, the Ahi Tuna trio, and a simply mouth watering center cut that’s roasted to perfection.

You won’t find a more romantic spot for your next big date, if you want to really impress them, you’ll take them to Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge. You’ll want to make reservations, especially if you want one of those highly coveted tables outside. Opens everyday at 6:30am.

Address: The Edgewater Hotel, 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67, Seattle, United States
Area: Belltown
Phone: +1 206 269- 575
Website: http://www.edgewaterhotel.com/seattle-restaurants.aspx

Price: Mains $31 – $60

The Corson Building

Style: High End American

The Corson BuildingTucked away in Georgetown, under an overpass you’ll find this quaint little restaurant. The Corson Building offers a small, hand written menu that according to them is inspired by the writings and philosophies of Angelo Pellegrini. This is a wonderful little restaurant. The building is an old home that’s so charming, very warm and inviting, makes for a great special night out with someone you love. The menu here is constantly changing based on what fresh ingredients the chef can get his hands on and what inspires him the most to create his masterpiece in food. The wait staff here are really helpful, especially with helping you pair your meal with the perfect wine.

If you go on select Sundays there is no menu, but rather a set 6-/7-course meal that the chef has personally created just for that one night.

Open from Thur – Fri 6pm, Sat 6:30pm, and Sun 9:30am, reservations are a good idea.

Address: 5609 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA 98108, United States
Area: Georgetown Seattle
Phone: +1 206 762 3330
Website: http://thecorsonbuilding.com/

Price: Mains above $61.-