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Seattle, Washington, USA

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Seattle Dining

Seattle’s location accounts for its diversity in fresh seafood. But apart from seafood, you’ll also find a fine selection of restaurants offering top quality U.S Prime beef and more.

For a true taste of dining in Seattle, visitors should include Cascadia Restaurant on their list of musts. It serves Pacific Northwest cuisine. Seafood tops the list of favorites, but meat lovers need not worry. The chef has created dishes with organic beef and free range goat. Its selection of martinis is the favorite of business people who frequent the elegant bar after a long day of work.

One of the best restaurants for dining in Seattle is Brasa. It boasts an eclectic seasonal menu always including organic meats and produce. Everything is prepared on a grill and seasoned with exotic Pan-Asian flavors.

For those wanting to take advantage of Seattle’s unique scenery, Palisade is the best choice. Its beautiful waterfront setting offers a cuisine that is out of the ordinary. The chef creates specialties using Hawaiian, Northwestern and Mediterranean flavors. The prime rib and Australian Prawns made with bananas are among the favorites. The views of Punget Sound are said to be the most amazing.

Dulces Latin Bistro is another fine choice for dining in Seattle. It’s also listed among the city’s best offering a fusion of French, Italian and Latin cuisines. There are over 1,400 wines on the menu and 40 ports. Most of these can be ordered by the glass.

You’ll find that casual restaurants also offer a great selection of cuisines. They make fine choices for dining in Seattle.

Ruth’s Chris is renowned throughout the United States for serving top quality beef. And rightfully so. Every steak that comes to your table is guaranteed to be tender, juicy and prepared to your specifications. It’s a must.
If you’re looking for Pacific Northwest cuisine in a bistro setting, try 94 Stewart. It’s located atop Pike Place Market and boasts great pastas with organic cheeses.

And if you want the sophistication of French food, don’t miss Café Champagne. Its cozy unpretentious ambience is the ideal place for dining on traditional fare without the high prices. The chicken in wine sauce is truly delectable.

You can’t leave Seattle without dining at Chandler’s Crabhouse. They carry the largest variety of crabs in the northwest. You can dine on Dungeness from Alaska, Red King from the Washington area, soft shell from the Gulf and many others. Just put on the bib and eat to your heart’s content.

Sazerac is another fun place for dining in Seattle. It’s hip and original. Everything on the menu is listed as a “little bite”, “big bite” or “bigger bite.” It’s the rave among locals who make a meal from a selection of “little bites”. The list of Washington State wines is impressive.

Tip: Sazerac is the ideal place for trying a little bit of everything. The small seafood appetizers are superb. Don’t miss the crab meat with spinach and organic cheese dip.

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