The Corson Building is an elegant, early-20th-century home that now houses a restaurant. The antique-looking inside space is full of vintage decor and candles, and the terrace has wood nymph sculptures and a beautiful garden. (Weddings are often hosted in the backyard.) The Corson Building is only open Thursday through Sunday - with Thursday and Friday being à la carte days, and Saturday and Sunday being prix fixe days. Either way, the New American food is all incredible and worth the steep price tag. Just be sure to make a reservation.
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Hitchcock Deli in Georgetown makes extremely good sandwiches with meat that’s cured and smoked in-house.
Head to Ciudad, a Middle Eastern spot in Georgetown, for a solid mezze and grilled meat dinner that won’t be too expensive.
Star Brass Lounge
Star Brass Lounge is a divey pub with excellent American bar food. Get the double tavern burger.
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Westward is a place that will make you excited to live in Seattle. (Or consider buying property here ASAP.)
Part wine bar, part bottle shop, part restaurant, Bar Ferdinand is a flexible Cap Hill spot worth knowing about for many situations.
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Canlis is the most upscale fine dining experience you’ll find in Seattle. Before you commit, here’s a step-by-step breakdown of what you can expect.
The Pink Door
The Pink Door is part circus burlesque, part Italian restaurant, and is one of the best dining experiences you can have in Seattle.
Tarsan I Jane
Tarsan I Jane is a Spanish restaurant serving dinner and Sunday brunch - both of which you have to buy tickets for. Both of which are worth it.
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