3421 Fremont Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 633 2671
Located in the Green Lake area, Simply Desserts is known far and wide for their sinfully delicious treats. This simple bakery features yummy items like raspberry chocolate cake, red velvet brownies, Bailey's Irish Cream cheesecake and even fudge cookies. Patrons have the choice between ordering just once slice or taking home an entire bakery box filled with a dozen cookies, brownies or cake. Share with your friends and make your next party or event a smash hit with desserts from this popular bakery. Be advised, Simply Desserts accepts cash and checks only.
412 North 36th Street Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 632 2020
Nectar Lounge is a haven for live entertainment in Seattle. The fact that this club is so large makes it even more better for having a great night out. And while you enjoy having hummus, sandwiches or pizzas along with your drinks, you can enjoy the great music that is performed here.
3506 Stone Way North Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 632 9425
Built inside a quaint house, Whale Wins restaurant offers a delightful range of European and American dishes. The owner and chef, Renee Erickson attempts to bring in fresh and quality ingredients from local gardens and farms. The eatery specializes in a range of seasonal vegetables and wood-fired meats. The vegetarian dishes include a Cauliflower Salad, Brown Butter Turnips and Asparagus, among others. While for meat and fish eaters, there is half-roasted chicken and Matiz sardines on toast, among others. The deck setting is beautiful, while the in-room dining has an open kitchen and a soothing white ambience. Also offering a slew of innovative cocktails, Whale Wins is a favored dining spot for locals.
3401 Evanston Avenue North Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 547 7521
The Red Door Alehouse on Evanston Avenue, sets the tone for an enjoyable evening of drinks and dinner. This is the place for you if you love to people watch. The dark interior complete with wood floors and walls gives the feeling of going back to another era. Hang out at the outdoor bar with the locals or just enjoy a game of darts, the large TVs and great music. Head to the Red Door for outstanding food and even better beer.
2227 N 56th Street Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 633 3538
A charming brick building with colorful flower boxes lining tall mullioned windows houses this friendly restaurant/bar. One side features white linen cloths and romantic candle sconces, the other a bar, bare wood tables, and festive white lights strung through twig garlands. A snack menu is available on the bar side, with full menu available to both. Offerings reflect a Mediterranean influence on fresh Northwest ingredients, like Aunt Voula's Taramasalatta with grilled pita, or lemon-thyme chicken with grilled Walla Walla onions and bing cherry balsamic relish. Don't miss the (seasonal) strawberry shortcake with wildflower honey cream. Interesting, affordable wine list.
513 North 36th Street Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 632 0212
High Dive is a great place where people can mingle, dine, and check out live music. The menu offers a variety of dishes whose meats are hand-rubbed and cold-smoked. In addition to great food, High Dive's other focus is its rocking atmosphere where new talents can be seen. High Dive supports the music industry and books local and out-of-town bands to play at their club/restaurant. If you enjoy high-energy places with great food and music, High Dive is certainly the place to be.
1514 Northwest Leary Way Seattle, WA 98107 +1 206 782 6181
Attached to the Maritime Pacific Brewery, this pirate-themed bar offers 14 microbrews on tap and a great selection of wines and English ciders. Jolly Roger Christmas Ale is a dastardly brew with a whopping nine-percent alcohol. The sampler tray, with its five small glasses, lets connoisseurs enjoy various styles. Made with fresh ingredients and served quickly, the food is better than average pub fare. The chef's suggestions for matching entrees with beers are both entertaining and accurate. For example, try the Rosemary Sauteed Mushrooms with the Jolly Roger.
One of the few joints in Seattle where a true country-and-western lover can stomp his boots or twirl her skirt, this place has been a regular haunt for 45 years. Featuring a wide array of local bands and weekly country karaoke nights, the Hen offers something for every C&W fan. It also has some of the tastiest Chicken-Fried Steak around. The bar is boisterous and playful, the bartenders friendly and generous. There are line dancing classes every Saturday night and lots of friendly regulars dying to pass on their skills.
1714 North 44th Street Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 633 1175/+1 206 334 0513
One of Seattle's best places for brunch, this cafe serves remarkable Breakfast Burritos, Potatoes O'Brien and Orange French Toast. The portions are plentiful, the prices reasonable, the room sunny, and of course, the lines legendary. In addition to its excellent breakfasts, it boasts a killer Strawberry Shortcake and a live jazz pianist from 7p-10p every Thursday, Friday and Saturday. So bring the kids, grab a paper, put your name in and wander through Wide World Books and Maps next door before treating yourself to a fresh, delicious meal.
1924 North 45th Street Seattle, WA 98103 +1 206 545 9090
Welcome to Rustic Pelican a local family oriented coffee house that makes patrons feel like at home, here one can binge on some fine American cuisine and classic home style dishes. The menu includes homemade Desserts & Breads, Cheesecakes, Brownies, Chocolate Chip Pie, Strawberry Shortcakes, Ice Cream treats and much more. So give this place a visit and you will not be disappointed.
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