I've got a friend who was an only child so he never learnt to share and even he loves these restaurants special family style suppers and every day dishes that are meant to share.
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 .
Lovely food and environs are even more inviting during Happy Hour when a housemade sangria and a tortilla espanola will set you back just $9. Also check out the Sunday Suppers and Summer Sandwich Bars.
Get here now. Armando Batali (father of Mario) offers up quality charcuterie and sandwiches to eat in or takeaway. Ask about their private luncheons.
There isn't a bad time to visit this lively and stylish Belltown room but don't miss the monthly family style Sunday Feast when multi-course meals featuring duck to lobster served at the communal table set you back just 60 bucks. The nightly happy hour 5:00 - 7:00 p.m. is also a wise time to pop into the sleek bar up front.
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.
Innovative Farm to Table' in a lovely historic building. Make a reservation and get prepared for a leisurely and lovely meal. Keep you eyes peeled for special dinners & fundraisers.
Great energy and food combine to make S+F one of Seattle's best restaurants. Put yourself in Chef Branden's hands and order the $45 family style tasting menu--you'll be glad you did.
James Beard award winning chef Matt Dillon presides over the open kitchen in this bright & lively room serving up sustainable Pac NW fare like smoked trout, braised pork and Kurtwood Farms cheese.
Or drop by Monday nights when Alvoro (a member of Dillon's crew) offers up Mexican fare during the weekly Malafacha Monday pop up.
No one thought the popular Delancey could get better and then it did. They added a cute as a button pint sized cooking school out back. The offerings from local and visiting instructors on topics ranging from bigas to pickling sell out quickly so sign up for the mailing list to be the first to register. A lovely little patio is a nice plus.
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.
This moody room serves high end Middle Eastern fare from an open kitchen. Grab a bite at the takeaway window, a seat at the communal table for the best view of the action or sink into one of the comfortable booths in back and order the bateresh, the fried cauliflower or any of the grilled or roasted meats and you'll be glad you did..
A lovely room, beautiful well priced food and attentive service make this family ran gem the go to for Lebanese meals in Seattle.