Food & Drink

Sliders, smoked salmon & bacon: Seattle's 8 best Bloody Marys

Published On 02/03/2014 Published On 02/03/2014
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Chona Kasinger
Chona Kasinger
Sam's Tavern
Chona Kasinger
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1. Anchors Down 2016 NW Market St, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

Plopped within a working waterfront, this nautical-themed bar is the place for craft cocktails and drinks to go bottoms-up.

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2. Hattie's Hat Restaurant 5231 Ballard Ave. NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

This American eatery serves up classic dishes with a twist (like their Voodoo Burger with Cajun spices!) and is known for their legendary brunch, with their signature Rosemary Mary.

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3. Manhattan 1419 12th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

The guys behind Po Dogs/ Grim's/ Auto Battery offer a menu of southern-inspired steakhouse-style eats, plus delectable seafood options, which you can enjoy in their plush, rustic space.

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4. SPORT 140 4th Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (Queen Anne)

This memorabilia- and flatscreen-heavy sports emporium from the guy behind Seastar and John Howie Steak (quick, guess what his name is! No, silly, it's John Howie!) solidified its place on our list by recently improving its already awesome menu of dude-approved eats with the addition of apps like Crispy Corn & Jalapeno Fritter w/ honey butter, and breaking-fasts like the Canadian and regular bacon-topped Three Little Pigs, too many of which'll cause you to huff and puff and...god you're a fatty.

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5. Skillet Diner 2034 NW 56th St, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

A food truck-gone-fine establishment in Seattle, serving up amazing New American comfort food, such as sandwiches, cheesy grits with pork belly, and waffles with all sorts of meat on them, and the like. Airy digs and plenty of seating make this a great spot for breakfast, lunch, or dinner.

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6. Sam's Tavern 1024 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122 (Capitol Hill)

Sam's Tavern is a tribute to an old bar -- the dive that became the original Red Robin -- and gets its old-timey roadhouse feel from an owner whose family started those colorfully descriptive bird-themed burger joints.

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7. King's Hardware 5225 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, WA 98107 (Ballard)

King's Hardware is decked out with taxidermy and stocked with regional brews, but the rustic pub's main attraction is its tasty and creative burger options, like the peanut butter and bacon-based After School Special. Aside from classic and specialty burgers, there are hot wings, onion rings, and similar greased-up "sidekicks" on the menu. You can bring your beer and burger outside and chill on the patio, or stay inside and challenge your friends to a round of skee-ball.

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8. Assembly Hall 2121 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Downtown)

Tom Douglas's complex is a trifecta of deliciousness: a modern Asian restaurant (TanakaSan), a gourmet market & deli (Home Remedy), and a fresh-juice and coffee purveyor (Assembly Hall Juice & Coffee).



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