Liam's
RINA JORDAN
Aragona
Chona Kasinger
Chona Kasinger
La Bodega
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1. Aragona 96 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

Touting Spanish inspired cuisine, Aragona's serving up dishes like the Remojón de rábanos y naranja, with salt cod, radish, and egg, plus the Nabitos y merengues de su tinta (black rice with squid meatballs, baby turnip and ink meringues).

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2. Miller's Guild 620 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

Located in the historic and funky Hotel Max, this rustic eatery is centered around a 9ft-long custom wood-fired grill where prime cuts of meat are butchered and prepared daily. The menu’s star is 75-day dry-aged beef and is crafted by a James Beard Award-winning chef. The entire menu -- meats, vegetables and seafood -- gets to spend time in the inferno, giving everything a deep smoky and roasted flavor.

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3. Loulay Kitchen & Bar 600 Union St, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

At Loulay, Chef Thierry Rautureau reinvents the French food he grew up on, bringing an unexpected twist to familiar classics. There's the beef burger with aioli and bacon-shallot jam, which you can and should add a duck egg or foie gras to, and hot chocolate with toasted brioche and salted butter, based off a recipe passed down from his grandparents. The name of the chic three-level restaurant pays homage to Rautureau's childhood, too, specifically his hometown in France: Saint Hilaire de Loulay.

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4. Liam's 2685 NE 46th St, Seattle, WA 98105 (University District)

Serving up contemporary American eats like their Braised Lamb Shank, which comes with roasted parsnips, fennel, all in a riesling braise, Liam's sources local ingredients without additives or preservatives.