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1. Roxbury Lanes2823 SW Roxbury Ave, Seattle
2. Cha:n86 Pine St, Seattle
3. Tat's Delicatessen159 Yesler Way, Seattle
4. Slim's Last Chance5606 1st Ave S, Seattle
5. Palace Kitchen2030 5th Ave, Seattle
6. 663 Bistro663 S Weller St, Seattle
7. The Attic Alehouse & Eatery4226 E Madison ST, Seattle
8. TanakaSan2121 6th Ave, Seattle
If you're in need of a throwback, head to Roxbury Lanes for some goold, ol' fashioned bowling, beer, and some of the best wings in town.
Cha:n's a Korean restaurant downtown serving up traditional and modern cuisine alongside a lengthy Asian-inspired cocktail and wine list.
Tat’s Deli is well known for a bevy of its jam-packed sandwiches, but its classic Philly cheesesteak sandwich takes the crown. Tat’s offers four different variations: a chicken cheesesteak, a pizza steak (with Tat’s marinara and mozzarella), a hoagie steak (topped with lettuce, tomato, and onion for no extra charge), and the OG, which you should order with and Ice-T, obviously. This esteemed P Square spot sports digs lined with simple wooden two-tops and a handful of banquettes, including now serving beer and wine to go with their East-coast-style-awesome sandwiches.
Slim's is the best place to kick back with some brew and some exceptional wings. Don't say we didn't warn you.
Palace Kitchen is a wing haven. Meaning, their wings are exceptional and you should try them. They also have great desserts and a pretty impressive happy hour.
This Chinese-BBQ-fusion joint is one not to be missed, especially at 3a Sunday morning when you're craving their salt and pepper wings.
Well-worn sports hang The Attic is famous for being just steps away from the beach at Madison Park, and for its deep-fried wings w/ buffalo sauce topped with a smattering of sesame seeds/chives, and served with the classic -- blue cheese & celery sticks.
As the sole purveyors of the sake slushy, this local Seattle eatery is serving a creative roster of original Asian-inspired dishes. The space, itself, is clean and simple, with long communal teakwood tables, ornate iron-wrought dividers, and a clamoring open kitchen. The food, on the other hand, is complex and multilayered, with dishes like caramelized coconut beef, sweet-soy-chicken katsu omelettes, and perhaps most importantly, the spot's famous chicken wings -- tossed in Serrano chili, toasted garlic, and caramel, and fried twice for maximum crisp. To complete your sticky poultry feast, the beverage list (in addition to the sake slushies), offers a series of inventive house cocktails, a full catalog of beers on tap, and 10 separate varieties of Japanese whiskey.