2221 Northwest Market Street Seattle, WA 98107 +1 206 297 2855
The flagship location of The Matador in Seattle is extremely popular with locals. The unique ambiance, with skillfully-designed tables, antique lights, fireplace and plasma screen televisions is a blend of conventional and modern sensibilities. There is decent choice of Tex-Mex cuisine available too, with options like charbroiled rib-eye, beef tenderloin medallions and skillet seared fajitas. The sandwiches and starter plates are also something to try out here. Check website for more information.
The Walrus and the Carpenter is an intimate and elegantly designed restaurant that will scandalize your mind and needless to say, appetite with its diverse range of oyster delicacies. Oyster veterans swarm the place as this little eatery proudly asserts its dominance in the world of raw oyster chemistry. With undertones of French cuisine, The Walrus and the Carpenter has gained mileage as a reputed oyster bar, which also boasts a menu of locally harvested clams, shrimps, crabs, and just-out-of-sea fishes.
1471 Northwest 85th Street Seattle, WA 98117 +1 206 788 0777
Kasbah, located in Crown Hill, is a beautiful authentic Moroccan restaurant. You will be pleasantly surprised to see the eclectic decor of the restaurant, more so because of the plain peach walls on the outside. Kasbah hosts live belly dance performances in the low-seated dining area. Enjoy a set course meal called the D'yaffa feast consisting of delicious delicacies while watching the dancers groove. Following the tradition, diner's hands are washed before the meals being served. Call ahead to make reservations.
Staple & Fancy Mercantile is a concept by the famous restaurant company Ethan Stowell. The restaurant, situated near Ballard avenue, has a magnificent ambiance that welcomes you warmly. The dishes are mainly Italian and are served in family-style sizes which are huge and hearty portions. These big portions are meant for passing around the table and sharing among the family members, following the old school tradition. Try some Italian delicacies like bruschettas, flavorful pastas, entrees and more. Call ahead to make reservations.
Moshi Moshi, a quaint Asian restaurant, is located near Ballard avenue. The restaurant offers a delicious selection of sushi that suits all palates. The ambiance is pleasant and the food depicts pure Asian flavors in adequate portions. The bar area is chirpy and the bar tender is very friendly and attentive to your needs. Pair your meal with hot or cold sake or house wines. Check website for happy hour menu and timings. Call ahead to make reservations.
Bastille is a neighborhood cafe that is reminiscent of a French bistro. This place serves mostly organic and locally grown food, they even have their own rooftop garden where they get some of their ingredients. The restaurant also has a bar that has a romantic ambiance, including a crystal chandelier. The modern furniture is highlighted with a unique restored decor, such as Art Deco sconces and a clock from a French metro station.
Opened in November 2010, the unusually named Gesamtkunstwerk! is an emerging theater which seeks to merge multi-media with traditional theatrical elements. The end result is often a though-provoking experience which doesn't just rope in the usual regulars, but also attracts the attention of newer audiences. Contemporary theater in Seattle now has something more to look forward to with the presence of Gesamtkunstwerk!
608 19th Avenue East Seattle, WA 98112 +1 206 325 5105
Located in the posh Capitol Hill area of Seattle is the Washington Ensemble Theatre which offers audiences a diverse repertoire of performances each season. This theater may have just 49 seats but it has made the city's theater lovers sit up and take notice because of its avant-garde set designs used in every production. The ensemble of artists are not constrained to any particular form but encouraged to improvise and break free all the time. Check the website for more information on rentals and shows.
Tavern Law has been serving fabulous cocktails since 1832. During the Prohibition era when America outlawed alcohol, the bar became a speakeasy and continued to serve drinks. Now you can have a perfectly legal cocktail and enjoy the bar's interesting past by sipping on a classic concoction. The ever-evolving drink menu is made with only fresh, hand-crushed juices and syrups blended by traditional methods. This mecca of bar-tending features in the top 25 bars in the country and their clientele includes numerous mixology historians and connoisseurs.
1212 East Jefferson Street and 12th Avenue Seattle University Seattle, WA 98122 +1 206 328 6493
Waid's Haitian Cuisine & Lounge is a perfect destination for foodies and music enthusiasts alike. The restaurant offers an array of authentic Haitian cuisine that boasts of a rich, traditional taste. From entrees to mains, each and every food item served here is extremely delicious. You will also be tempted by the fine selection of drinks that are served here. Besides good food and drinks, Waid's Haitian Cuisine & Lounge also features a live event venue where the best of live musicals, unplugged sessions and Dj nights take place on a regular basis. Some of the finest local and international artists have performed here. Check website for further details.
Bringing to Seattle a touch of warm Irish hospitality, cool
cocktails and great food is this Fado outlet. The regulars swear by its authentic Irish decor with wooden furniture and traditional artifacts. There are special theme areas for parties. ...
Complete with wood paneling, mounted antlers and two fireplaces, this
restaurant resembles an old British hunting lodge. Breakfast is served all day long and so are large burgers and other pub food. There is not only a full bar ...
American rock blends with Chinese kitsch at this popular hangout
Chop Suey, a combination leading hipster crowds to flock in to hear their favorite bands perform. Red lanterns, dark wood, and a pagoda styled stage lend a mysterious air ...