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Al Bacha

Inexpensive Mediterranean joint with shawarma, gyros, and falafel.


Aladdin's Gyro-cery and Deli

Aladdin Gyrocery’s falafel and gyro sandwiches are perfect student food: cheap, fast, filling, portable. That the gyros happen to be delicious is an added bonus...


Alborz


Americana

It used to be El Greco, then it was Table 219—now it is called Americana. It remains devoted to "comfort food with a gourmet twist," meaning wild boar enchilada...

Happy Hour: Tue-Fri 4:30-6:30 pm.


Americano

An old-school burger joint with a Greek twist.


Andaluca

Andaluca's decor is generic-upscale-intimate (dark wood, low ceiling, not-too-heated flamenco music, and so forth), but fine Spanish-influenced food and remarka...


Athena's


Athina Grill

At some restaurants, the entrées are what stand out. But at Athina's, though they are good, their sauces and appetizers are the real show-stoppers. Make sure to...


Aviv Hummus Bar

This Israeli restaurant offers five types of hummus with various toppings, from falafel to onions and mushrooms, as well as pita, cucumber salad, pickles, and m...


Basil's Bistro

Mediterranean restaurant inside the Hilton Bellevue.


Bistro Turkuaz

Bistro Turkuaz serves delicious Turkish food. A family runs it, and Mom does the cooking: Everything is fresh and homemade. Half the menu is small dishes: baked...


Bodrum Bistro

It's a Turkish restaurant from the chef/owner of the much-loved Cafe Paloma in Pioneer Square, Sedat Uysal. It's where the (also much-loved) Golden Olive used t...


Byblos Deli


Byzantion

It's that Greek place on the corner of Broadway and Mercer that's been there since ancient Greece.


Cafe Arta Bistro and Pub

Formerly Vios Cafe and Pub, which was sold to current owners Ed and Arta Vogli, this combination Internet cafe-restaurant-pub inside Third Place Books features...


Cafe Munir

Tucked away in a residential corner of Ballard, this Lebanese restaurant makes diners rethink ordinary ingredients. Hummus takes a star turn with the addition o...


Cafe Paloma

Friendly, casual Paloma makes Mediterranean food with the emphasis on Turkey, as in lovely little Turkish meatballs in a bright tomato sauce. Much of the food i...


Cafe Turko

Along with their two sons, Gencer and Süreyya Gökeri turned their Fremont-based Turkish import business into a full-blown restaurant, serving enough rainbow hum...


Caravan Kebab


Christo's On Alki

Hailing from the Peloponnese region of Greece, "Mama" and "Papa" Fotopoulos settled in West Seattle and opened Christo's in 1996. It's a friendly place, and goo...

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6 pm.


Cicchetti

Longtime favorite Italian restaurant Serafina’s more casual (and more fun) little sister serves cocktails, wine, and small plates inspired by the version of tap...

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri, Sun 5-6:30 pm.


Costas

Costa's is a Greek restaurant serving up breakfast, lunch and dinner seven days a week. It's family-owned and operated, and opened its doors in 1975. Come here...


Deli Shez Cafe


Eggs and Plants

An unassuming vegetarian café doesn’t exactly seem like a magnet to Seattle lunch-hunters, but the ordinary Belltown storefront holds a magical world of Middle...


Ellenos Georgetown

Ellenos is a joint venture of the Klein and Apostolopoulos families, and though they only opened Ellenos in 2013, it has fast become a Seattle institution with...


Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt

I never leave Pike Place Market without a stop at the Ellenos yogurt stand, one of the first delicious discoveries I made before moving here (and if I’m being h...


Eltana Wood-Fired Bagel Cafe

Eltana’s bagels are hand-rolled for chewy deliciousness, wood-fired for more handsomeness, and smaller than most, along the lines of the bagels found in Montrea...


Eltana Wood-Fired Bagel Cafe

Eltana’s bagels are hand-rolled for chewy deliciousness, wood-fired for more handsomeness, and smaller than most, along the lines of the bagels found in Montrea...


Eltana Wood-Fired Bagel Cafe

Eltana’s bagels are hand-rolled for chewy deliciousness, wood-fired for more handsomeness, and smaller than most, along the lines of the bagels found in Montrea...


Ephesus

Ephesus seduces with its Turkish food, soft folk music, gracious service, and massive, comforting wooden chairs (some made from barrels). A few plants twine aro...

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