Exit the street car at Union Lake for this great sushi restaurant. I Love Sushi is always full on weekend nights, but the food they serve is worth the wait. You will find some of Seattle's best sushi, sashimi, and other Japanese specialties here, like the favorite California roll and teriyaki chicken. Reservations are accepted weeknights only.
305 Harrison Street Seattle Center Seattle, WA 98109
Creating food that delights kids as well as tops the nutrition quotient, can be a tough job. But Bean Sprouts seems to have got it right! Right from the child-friendly decor, small counters, attractively presented food designed as per dietary requirements to the themed events and hosting birthday parties; Bean Sprouts manages to keep every little guest happy and entertained.
Take in the atmosphere of the Australian Outback while enjoying mouth-watering entrees and high-quality service at Outback Steakhouse. It offers an extensive menu featuring appetizers, chicken, ribs, steak, seafood, pasta, salads and desserts for moderate prices. Family-friendly, the casual restaurant has something for everyone at its numerous locations in North and South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. Outback Steakhouse also offers call-ahead seating and curbside take-away. Check website for locations and menu selections.
This casual cafe offers scrumptious food with an emphasis on local and organic cuisine. The menu often changes to reflex the freshest seasonal ingredients and the chef usually creates a remarkable daily special. Stop in for breakfast, brunch or lunch. You won't be disappointed.
One of many offshoots of the original Ivar's Acres of Clams, the Salmon House represents the Seattle institution's attempt at contemporary dining. Located in a replica Indian longhouse, the restaurant features salmon and meats alder-smoked on the open-pit Indian-style barbecue. The chef does best with straightforward seafood preparations. It's hard to beat fresh Atlantic salmon with a little butter and citrus and an elegant view of Lake Union with the downtown skyline in the background. An elaborate brunch is served on Sundays.
Re:Public Restaurant & Bar has a cozy ambiance with red bricked walls, black contemporary furniture and artfully prepared cuisine. The menu has both small plates and entrees with a menu that occasionally various. Dinner options have included, pumpkin agnolotti with house-made sausage, grilled pork chop, lime-cured albacore tuna and more. There is also a nice wine selection.
Located in the ACG building, McCormick & Schmick's Harborside is ideal for enjoying fresh seafood and wine while taking in broad views of Lake Union. The menus change daily, but generally feature various types of fish and shellfish, steaks, chicken and chops and an extensive list of wine. Be sure to check out the brunch menu every Saturday and Sunday.
This steakhouse offers elegant ambiance and delicious cuisine. Dine on a heated balcony that overlooks the Lake Union marina while listening to live piano music. If you're still cold then sit by the circular fireplace in the lounge that provides warmth during chilly Seattle winter days. Daniel's Broiler offers several cuts of steak, Australian lobster tail and a variety of pasta dishes. The restaurant has a full bar and an extensive wine list.
Located on beautiful Lake Union, China Harbor is one of the largest Chinese restaurants in the area. The second-floor dining room is large but not grandiose and its decor consists of black lacquered furniture, floral prints and a spectacular view of the lake. The food combines various styles of Chinese cooking. Order well-known dishes such as chow mein or more exotic house specialties. The restaurant also has banquet facilities for upto 300 guests perfect for weddings,receptions. It also has a karaoke bar with a dance floor.
Catering to a rather liberal University District clientele, this open-air vegetarian eatery is where you can feel good about what you are eating. Breakfasts are delicious, but the lunches are also extremely popular; especially on weekends, when a line stretches out the door. There are two dining areas, an upper and lower, and the space is filled with natural light and fresh air. Being one of Seattle's pioneer vegetarian restaurants, it has a '70s feel. No meat is served; but the Tofu Scrambles, stir-fries, Blueberry Yogurt Pancakes, Brown Rice Salad and a variety of veggie sandwiches make diners forget their carnivorous ways.
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