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A seriously epic afternoon of streetcar boozing

Published On 05/02/2013 Published On 05/02/2013
S.L.U.T. in Seattle
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1. Suite 410 410 Stewart, Seattle, WA 98101

The swank-tastic polished-metal/dark-wood heavy drinkery's got nosh like a juniper-marinated beef tenderloin w/ port demi-glace & grilled asparagus and a focaccia/gruyere/black forest ham Ultimate Grilled Cheese.

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2. Mistral Kitchen 2020 Westlake Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Downtown)

Helm'd by one of Seattle's hottest chefs, this place offers slickly produced farm-to-table eats and a bar menu that includes things like a cocktail served in an ice cold flask.

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3. Cuoco 310 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (South Lake Union)

This brick-walled 90-seater's serving up Northwestern takes on Boot-food in a space that boasts rows of pale wood-heavy banquettes, a glass-backed bar furnishing views of its sizable vino collection, and an entryway dominated by an open kitchen/white-tiled pasta station.

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4. Brave Horse Tavern 310 Terry Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (South Lake Union)

Brought to Amazon-land by the same crew behind Cuoco, this second story, brick- and blonde wood-heavy 200-seater is dominated by a giant three-sided bar that boasts 24 taps, and features two retro-style shuffleboard tables beneath massive metal skylights.

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5. A Terrible Beauty 1001 Fairview Ave N #1700, Seattle, WA 98109 (Eastlake)

Renton's mainstay Irish pub, A Terrible Beauty, has launched an outpost in the former BluWater space on Lake Union, serving pub eats like fish & chips.

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6. re:public 429 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109

It might seem like just a boisterous after-work spot in burgeoning South Lake Union, but the spacious, brick-walled Re:public is also one of the city's sweetest restaurants, with a small line-up of can't-miss gastropub-style eats.

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7. Flying Fish 300 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (South Lake Union)

This acclaimed sea-foodery's glass and concrete digs boast a dark-wooden double row of low-slung booths, a massive mirror-backed bar, and bright splashes of color via seat cushions.

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8. A Pizza Mart 910 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101 (Capitol Hill)

This open-until-4a 'za slinger's got an 11p-2a happy hour with slice/shot/beer combos for nine bucks.

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