48 "Walk-Ins" restaurants in Seattle.
Local Tide is a seafood restaurant in Fremont that serves fish sandwiches, shrimp toast, a weekend-only crab roll, and a fantastic burger.
Drip Tea is a boba shop on Capitol Hill that sells bubble tea and soft serve ice cream.
Bar Del Corso, a classic Beacon Hill Italian spot, should be your first choice for Neapolitan pizza in the city.
Delish is a terrific Ethiopian restaurant in Hillman City that’s open late on the weekends.
Tutta Bella is a solid Neapolitan pizzeria in Columbia City.
Olmstead is an American restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves small plates, sandwiches, and creative cocktails.
Rondo is a Japanese restaurant on Capitol Hill that specializes in mazemen noodles and donburi bowls.
Zaika is an Indian restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves things like fried paneer sticks and butter chicken tenders.
Eight Row is a large, attractive restaurant in Green Lake that only serves one good dish: a $55 pork shoulder.
Machiavelli is an Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill that’s perfect for an affordable pasta-filled date night.
Satay Bar is a quiet Thai restaurant in Greenwood that does serve great satay.
La Dive is a bar on Capitol Hill that serves natural wine, alcoholic slushies, champagne bongs, and Eastern European small plates.
Have a glass of natural wine with your tuna melt at Champagne Diner, an excellent modern diner in Interbay.