These little piggies didn't make it home. Instead they ended up on a plate at these fine restaurants. And while I wish they'd made it all the way home I'm happy these cooks knew what to do with them when they came through their kitchen doors.
Scallops, halibut, lamb, pork belly banh mi, nothing seems to be outside this lovely room's specialty. Monday - Friday happy hour 5 p.m. - 7 p.m. offers a peekabo view.
You're gonna love the grilled pork and other Caribbean sandwiches being served out of this modest little hut. That is, you'll love them...once you get them. The lines streaming out of this place during lunch time (and just about any other time they're open for business) are legendary. Queue up and enjoy.
Crisp skinned Chinese barbequed pork (fatty and juicy) sold by the pound is the reason to step up to the counter of this ID classic.
Hand shaven noodles and hot pot are the way to go at this restaurant located behind a non-descript store front in an ID strip mall. Quarters are tight but elbow your way in and enjoy!
Skip the pizza and order the pulled pork or a cheese burger with a side of perfectly done onion rings.
This long time Seattle favorite has solid barbequed sandwiches and slabs with sides to match. Fair prices and cordial service are a plus.
Luxe digs in the heart of the city harbor some of the best bites and cocktails in the crunch of Belltown.Don't miss the main courses which favor comfort food of the PacNW or the divine cocktails which are the perfect start to an evening out .
Where to go when you need to get 'linked up', sit for a bite or grab some beautiful house-made sausages or chorizo to go.
This long-time Seattle favorite serves up rib tips and pulled pork with all the apppopriate sides including beans, mac salad, collards and fries. Candied yams and sweet potato pie make for a nice finish.
Dan Dan Dan Dan Dan. Get the Dan Dan noodles or you'll be very sorry later when you see them pass by on the way to another table. Hot pot is also another great choice. Free on-site parking is a plus.
Get here now. Armando Batali (father of Mario) offers up quality charcuterie and sandwiches to eat in or takeaway. Ask about their private luncheons.
Every table feels like the chef's table in this casual and intimate room. Order one of everything from the open kitchen, you'll be glad you did since Dustin and his team hit it out of the park every time.
I loved the first Joule and I love this sleek new Tiffany blue & navy room even more. Outstanding food & cocktails, attentive service, lots of seating options including a communal table and an outdoor fire pit paired with the warm hospitality of chef/owners Seif and Rachel will keep you coming back for more.
Tremendous belly filling tortas are served up along side traditional Mexican fare from Malenas.
Hey Paison! I love your steaks and cheesecakes and trippy little brat pack memorabilia. I'll be back again soon.
Corned lamb mizuna salad, pork belly kimchi pancakes, short rib rice bowl, dan dan noodles, monkey bread, toasted barley iced tea, Wakatake Onikoroshi Nigori sake, order it all and thank me later. No reservations but worth the wait for lunch, brunch or dinner.
Most folks come for the fresh pasta (as they should ) but don't make the mistake of skipping the antipasto of the day--the charcuterie and other items are always a very pleasing way to start the meal.
Same great food you can get off the truck only it is stationary and you can enjoy it with a frosty cold brew.
Roz and Kamala's beautiful bites now have a view to match at their latest outpost in West Seattle. Outdoor dining, shaved iced, cocktails and arrival by water taxi make this the jewel in their crown.
Tucked into the heart of the Central District 'the pit' is crowd pleasing enough that they often run out of slabs before official closing time, so arrive early if you have your heart set on ribs. The soul soundtrack, vintage posters, pulled pork, sauteed greens, sweet potato pie and grape shasta also make a visit well worth the trip. Outdoor seating is a bonus!
Comfort food made from locally sourced ingredients keeps folks pouring into this big, bright room with special event space and a comfortable bar. Don't miss Bacon happy hour.
Earth to plate dishes served in a lively room and even better on a roof top deck. A generous bar area is a plus since you may have a wait for a table.
You can't go wrong in this lovely room that celebrates the cuisine of Piedmont but that said the tajarin with butter & sage and the hazelnut semifreddo always seem to make their way to my table.
Nestle into the tiny bar in back with a 1/2 slab of ribs and a $9 Bloody Mary garnished with smoked tomato and bacon jerky. Or visit 3 p.m. - 6 p.m. Mon - Fri to get a crack at bevs & bites for $2 - $5.
Enormous portions for the price served up in a well designed room. Everything I had here was solid.
This truck serves up tremendous spam sliders, tacos and bowls with a decidedly Korean fusion slant. Service is quick and courteous and I'd be doing you a disservice if I didn't tell you to order the kimchi rice bowl and the spam musubi.
Ethan Stowell's newest venture is next door to his much lauded Anchovies & Olives. The room is sleek & lively and plays host to the 'see and be seen' crowd of CapHill as well as those looking for a casual evening of pies, porchetta and lambrusco. Don't miss the salumi boards, roasted vegetables or the bruschetta with talleggio & roasted grapes or chickpeas, rapini and anchovy.
Vistit during happy hour 4:00 p.m - 6:00 p.m.to score 1/2 off all pizzas and beer and wine specials.
It's not every barkeep that can respond "certainly" to a request for a pigs head and a showgirl but that's the kind of place Radiator set out to be. This dark cozy room seats just 48 lucky patrons but boasts over 100 whiskies including a house moonshine that clocks in at 100 proof. The focus at Radiator is on warm service and inventive whiskey cocktails paired with market pub food that features smoked meats.
Don't miss the 'library of flasks.'