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663 Bistro

663 Bistro might not have a perfect health department record, but many Seattleites, including chef Tom Douglas, love the authentic Cantonese fare, especially th...


Ada's Technical Books

This beautiful, smart, science-obsessed bookshop—where Horizon Books used to be on Capitol Hill's 15th Avenue East—sells technical electronic manuals, computer...


Adana

Nestled on East Pine in Capitol Hill, Adana is a comfortable, friendly Japanese restaurant that offers up crave-worthy comfort food like pork meatballs, yakisob...

Happy Hour: Mon 5 pm-midnight; Daily 5-7 pm, 11 pm-midnight.


Adey Abeba

Traditional Ethiopian cuisine (including breakfast!) in a lovely room. Meat-eating fans praise the stews and doro wat; vegetarians love the veggie combination....


AElder

Sibling restaurant to Hogstone's Wood Oven, with tasting menus. Closed for winter season.


Agua Verde Cafe and Paddle Club

Begin by paddling away from the Agua Verde Paddle Club with someone you like. Proceed in tandem to marvel at the water, at the Montlake Bridge as seen from bene...

Happy Hour: Mon-Sat 4-6 pm.


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...


Aloha Ramen

Formerly in Greenwood, Aloha Ramen has a classic Japanese ramen-ya menu: noodles, fried rice, gyoza. Some dishes are tweaked island-style, like the deeply grati...


Altstadt Bierhalle & Brathaus

Altstadt, owned by former Belltown street taco entrepreneur Lex Petras, is arguably Seattle’s first stab at upscale German food. And it hits the mark. Certainly...

Happy Hour: Mon-Fri 3-6 pm.


Altura

In Italian, “Altura” means, roughly, a place on high. Dinner at Altura is expensive, but this is food of another order: Every plate is painstakingly composed, e...


Amandine Bakeshop

From Sara Naftaly, the longtime pastry chef and co-owner of the revered and dearly departed Le Gourmand, comes this tiny bakery specializing in regional French...


Analog Coffee

Analog calls itself "a modern American coffee shop," and the slightly faded and very Instagrammable flag near the main counter reinforces this description. The...


Aoki Japanese Grill & Sushi Bar

Aoki is the best sushi value on Broadway. The udon and other hot favorites are also standbys. The neighborhood has enjoyed the little golden-wood sushi bar and...


Araya's Place

It’s Thai vegan heaven, on the Ave and in Madison Valley (in the semi-hidden little house where fancy-pants Rover’s used to be). Deep-fried spring rolls are exe...


Araya's Place

It’s Thai vegan heaven, on the Ave and in Madison Valley (in the semi-hidden little house where fancy-pants Rover’s used to be). Deep-fried spring rolls are exe...


Arepa Venezuelan Kitchen

The food that comes out of Arepa Venezuelan Kitchen is as warm and satisfying as its cozy interior. Located in a quaint green cottage adjacent to Grand Illusion...


Arosa Cafe

Arosa’s Belgian Liege waffles are what lesser waffles hope to be in the afterlife. More or less round, these couple-buck bargains are self-sweetened, with balls...


Art of the Table

At the heart of Wallingford’s Art of the Table is the Supper Club—weekend reservations-only dinner parties (either communal or private-table seating) with local...


Artusi

For a bar that knows its way around Italian bitters, you can’t do better than Artusi, Spinasse’s next-door aperitivo bar that has grown into a separate Capitol...

Happy Hour: Mon 5-7 pm; Wed-Sun 5-7 pm, 10 pm-close.


Athenian Inn

The food is nothing to write home about, but it's worth shoving your way through the Pike Place Market tourists gawping at fish to get to the old-school, unfanc...

Happy Hour: Mon-Thu 4-8 pm; Fri-Sat 4-9 pm.


B-Side Foods

In a tiny nook around the corner from the excellent Analog Coffee, you'll find Analog's sibling, B-Side: your new favorite brunch spot, tiled in a Chiclet-paste...


Ba Bar

You can get yourself fed—with the one of the city’s best bowls of pho, no less—from the morning till the wee hours at this stylish Vietnamese mini-chain, with l...

Happy Hour: Daily 3-6 pm, 10 pm-1:30 am.


Bagel Oasis

The Bagel Oasis lives up to its name, making actually good bagels in the bagel-desert that is Seattle.


Baja Bistro

In the morning and early afternoon, Baja Bistro functions as a coffeehouse and Mexican diner, with Stumptown coffee, pastries, chilaquiles, breakfast tacos, and...

Happy Hour: Daily 3-6 pm.


Bakeman's

Bakeman’s turkey sandwich is legendary. You line up cafeteria-style, and you better know what you want: light or dark meat, white or wheat bread, cranberry or n...


Bakery Nouveau

This beloved bakery is owned by William and Heather Leaman. William was the captain of Seattle’s 2005 World Cup of Baking team, and offers crazy-making artisan...


Bakery Nouveau

This beloved bakery is owned by William and Heather Leaman. William was the captain of Seattle’s 2005 World Cup of Baking team, and offers crazy-making artisan...


Bakery Nouveau

This beloved bakery is owned by William and Heather Leaman. William was the captain of Seattle’s 2005 World Cup of Baking team, and offers crazy-making artisan...


Ballard Brothers Seafood and Burgers

Pretty much everybody knows about Ballard Brothers Seafood and Burgers. The restaurant, which began as a festival booth in 1987 and took over the old Ballard Sk...


Bananas Grill

The bad news is the Link’s Columbia City Station needs more restaurants. The good news is that the two located next to it don’t suck. One of these, Bananas Gril...

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