24 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Seattle.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
The Pink Door is part circus burlesque, part Italian restaurant, and is one of the best dining experiences you can have in Seattle.
Opus Co. is a tiny neighborhood restaurant in Greenwood serving food that’s both highly creative and delicious.
Bar Del Corso, a classic Beacon Hill Italian spot, should be your first choice for Neapolitan pizza in the city.
Windy City Pie is a pizzeria in Phinney Ridge that serves amazing Chicago-style deep dish.
Shake Shack is a counter service cheeseburger institution in South Lake Union. Prepare for lines.
Deru Market is part farm-to-table restaurant, part classy deli in Kirkland, and you need their cake.
Market House is an excellent sandwich shop that serves the best reuben in town.
Have a glass of natural wine with your tuna melt at Champagne Diner, an excellent modern diner in Interbay.
Pho Bac Sup Shop is a Vietnamese spot in the International District serving some seriously great pho and bar snacks.
Quinn’s Pub in Capitol Hill is one of Infatuation Seattle’s main HQ’s - we use it for pretty much every occasion.
Meet Korean BBQ is a restaurant on Capitol Hill where servers cook various cuts of beef and pork for you on a tabletop grill.
Molly Moon’s is a Seattle ice cream institution. This location’s in Redmond.
Pizzeria Pulcinella is an Italian restaurant in Rainier Beach that serves Neapolitan pizza and pasta.