110 "Dining Solo" restaurants in Seattle.
Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution and has the best sushi in the city.
Opus Co. is a tiny neighborhood restaurant in Greenwood serving food that’s both highly creative and delicious.
Is getting in line for pasta at 10:30am on a weekday crazy? Maybe. But this is what you have to do at Il Corvo in Pioneer Square, and it’s worth it.
Fremont isn’t the greatest neighborhood for food, but it does have Revel - a Korean fusion place with cool vibes and an excellent patio.
Copine is an elegant American/French spot in Ballard that’s great for a special occasion or date.
Le Messe is an Italian spot in Eastlake that serves fresh pasta. Sit at the chef’s counter.
Shiro’s in Belltown will serve you some seriously great sushi - with no pretense, and no distractions.
Dacha Diner is an Eastern European cafe on Capitol Hill where you’ll feel like you’re eating inside of a doily.
We’d cross the bridge for the Mediterranean food from Garlic Crush in Bellevue.
Din Tai Fung is a popular dumpling empire that originated in Taiwan and is now Downtown. Good luck getting a table.
Quinn’s Pub in Capitol Hill is one of Infatuation Seattle’s main HQ’s - we use it for pretty much every occasion.
Tacos Chukis is our favorite spot for quick Mexican in South Lake Union.
Broiler Bay is our go-to no-frills burger joint in Bellevue. Get your’s with onion rings and a milkshake.
Perihelion Brewery is a neighborhood spot in Beacon Hill with great beer and solid American bar snacks.
Head to Ciudad, a Middle Eastern spot in Georgetown, for a solid mezze and grilled meat dinner that won’t be too expensive.