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1. 95 Slide722 E Pike St, Seattle
2. Marination Ma Kai1660 Harbor Ave SW, Seattle
3. Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails1415 5th Ave, Seattle
4. Little Water Cantina2865 Eastlake Ave E, Seattle
5. The Pink Door1919 Post Alley, Seattle
6. Ray's Cafe6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle
7. Terra Plata1501 Melrose Ave, Seattle
95 Slide's a Cap Hill sports bar boasting memorabilia/flatscreens, a sweet rooftop lounge, and a menu featuring bites like chicken wings, poppers, and steak sandwiches.
"Ma Kai" means "by the sea," and that's exactly where this waterfront establishment is located. Serving up tasty tacos made from fresh ingredients, this Hawaiian-Korean fusion restaurant is all about finding the best of both worlds and melting them together. There's also a killer beer selection, and you can purchase "Nunya", the secret sauce used by the restaurant on many of its dishes, receiving a free slider or taco with each jar purchase.
Frolik's a rooftop bar downtown featuring tasty bites, a swanky setting, and PING PONG!
A wall constructed with 800 tequila bottles reclaimed from "dumpsters of a lot of Mexican restaurants" isn't the only reason to check out this 150-seater. The kitchen is headed up by a French-trained chef whose resume includes Brooklyn's Henry Public &producing on Top Chef, and is sous'd by a Rick Bayless vet, and the two of them have invented some delicious Northwestern spins on traditional comida. Plus, that whole crazy tequila wall thing.
This super-romantic Italian resto Downtown boasts a gorgeous patio, in addition to regular acrobatic & burlesque shows.
This seafoodery offers impressive views of the Puget Sound from their expansive back deck, which is the ideal spot to catch some Rays while you throw back a few craft beers and crab cakes.