1. Salt and Iron321 Main St, Edmonds
2. Nue1519 14th Ave Seattle, Seattle
3. Shaker + Spear2000 2nd Ave, Seattle
4. Omega Ouzeri1525 14th Ave, Seattle
5. The Market Hall809 Olive Way, Seattle
6. Hotel Albatross2319 NW Market St, Seattle
7. Casco Antiguo115 Occidental Ave S, Seattle
8. Slab Sandwiches + Pie1201 10th Ave, Seattle
9. Cantina Leña2101 5th Avenue, Seattle
10. Gnocchi Bar1542 12th Ave, Seattle
This steak and seafood is just a short walk from the Kingston Ferry, making it a perfect place to stop by before or after a trip out. The menu is divided into salt (seafood) in which you’ll find oysters and sea bass and iron (meat) in which you’ll find dishes like seared beef tenderloin and more.
Try your hand at some of the best street foods from around the world at this Capitol Hill spot, which offers a menu that touts tasty international dishes like Latvian Smoked Sprats, Trinidad Goat Curry, and Romanian Mititei. A must-try sandwich is the Japanese Katsu: panko-breaded pork loin on crustless white bread with Kewpie mayo and Tonkatsu sauce. With Nue, you have the chance to nosh on rare global eats -- without a passport.
Located in The Palladian Hotel, this bright and naturally lit restaurant offers a refreshing retreat from the bustling pavements of the neighborhood. From fish stew to cod suppli, the hearty, sea derived dishes here are sure to satisfy.
Specializing in “Greek recipes from Earth and sea," you can come with a big group or small -- Omega Ouzeri can accommodate all group sizes with its large communal table and smaller scale seating arrangements. Highlights here include the Lavraki (whole grilled branzino) and Octapodi, which is grilled octopus with Yukon gold potatoes and goat horn chile vinaigrette.
This combo market/restaurant/bar is essentially foodie paradise. Oh and did we mention they have espresso, a cheese and charcuterie bar, and more? Whether you’re looking for something to grab to-gho or want to savor a glass of something nice, you’ve come to the right place.
Hotel Albatross is the new Tiki haunt off Market. What to expect here? Puffy tacos, a cool walk-up window, and parrot garnished cocktails.
Yet another reason to visit Pioneer Square! Casco Antiguo is split into two different parts -- a restaurant and a speakeasy-style bar complete with a back alley entrance where the margaritas flow freely (on tap, actually).
A slab of pie just sounds so much better than a slice of it. Slab purveys all kinds of goodies like its Cubano and meat pie . The beauty of this place? You can add crispy chicken skin to any sandwich here for just $2 more.
Cantina Leña is inspired by the flavors of the Yucatan, plus this spot has a complete bar and you never have to make a reservation. Pop in for the crispy pork carnitas nachos and stay for the Leña Toddy.
This Capitol Hill spot located helmed by Lisa Nakamura, has gnocchi prepared in myriad ways with both polenta and potatoes. You can’t go wrong with the potato gnocchi with braised chicken, capers, asparagus, and cider butter.