Food & Drink in Seattle

Up to 44% Off Pass to Mobile Food Rodeo

Multiple Locations

$25 $15

More than 60 food trucks are stationed throughout the weekend to showcase some of the city's best mobile food during two-day festival

Up to $20 Off Bacon and Beer Classic

Seattle

$59 $49

Munch on bacon-inspired dishes from local restaurants, sip 3 oz. pours of craft beer, and enjoy live music and games at Safeco Field

50% Off at Harissa Mediterranean Cuisine

Ravenna Neighborhood

$30 $15

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Rustic Mediterranean cuisine, including housemade baklava and stews with seasonal vegetables, that earned praise from the Seattle Times

47% Off at SPORT Restaurant & Bar – A John Howie Restaurant

Seattle Center South Lake Union

$51 $27

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Chef John Howie's sports bar serves up hand-tossed flatbread pizzas alongside a shareable Ceasar salad and locally crafted brews

$10 for Chocolate-Chip Cookies at Cow Chip Cookies

Multiple Locations

$19.50 $10

Ghirardelli semisweet chips are planted in 13 signature drop cookies made from farm-fresh ingredients

Concert and Homemade Buffet at a Jazz Salon

Lake City

$35 $35

JazzVox founder Nich Anderson makes it easy to socialize with live jazz, a salon setting, and a full spread of home-cooked foods

45% Off Made-from-Scratch Comfort Food at Highstrike Grill

West Seattle

$20 $11

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Grill builds nostalgic, decadent meals from scratching using ingredients from local shops and farmers

50% Off Pub Food at The Market Arms

Adams

$30 $15

Steak sandwich crowned with mushrooms and swiss, homemade beef stew, and bacon-and-brie panini paired with potato salad

Up to 51% Off Dine-In or Take-Out Barbecue from Jones Barbeque

West Seattle

$25 $12.50

Barbecue joint featured on Food Network's BBQ with Bobby Flay pairs signature brisket, pork ribs, and hot links with hearty sides and pie

Up to 50% Off Globally Inspired Lunches at On Safari Foods

Seattle

$20 $11

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Sandwiches and wraps include Cuban beef with citrus marinated flank steak and cilantro, and a caprese sandwich with chiffonade of basil

Up to 49% Off Smoothies, Juices & Smoothie-Making Classes

Multiple Locations

$7 $3.67

Smoothies and juices made from organic and local ingredients, such as the Dragon smoothie with almond milk, mango, raspberries, and cashews

Up to 52% Off Bosnian Cuisine at Sarajevo Lounge

Belltown

$30 $15

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Authentic, homemade Bosnian cuisine served alongside American classics in a chic lounge that turns into a dance party in the evening

Half Off Subs from The Buffalo Deli

Belltown

$9.50 $4.75

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Catered boxed lunches, or large subs, featuring Boars Head meats and fresh veggies and cheeses

Half Off at Bad Albert's Tap & Grill

Ballard

$30 $15

(81)

Bar food classics, from ale-battered Alaskan cod to housemade veggie burgers, served amidst live blues and sports on 12 flat-screen TVs

Half Off Pub Food at The Dubliner

Fremont

$30 $15

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Old World Irish staples such as bangers and mash or shepherd’s pie join curry-flavored fries and bacon-wrapped bratwursts on the menu

Jamba Juice – 52% Off Smoothies

Multiple Locations

$6.29 $3

Healthy beverages abound with classic Peach Pleasure, Fit ‘N Fruitful, and fruit and veggie smoothies made with natural ingredients

45% Off Exotic Meats and Pub Food at Ed's Kort Haus

Phinney Ridge

$20 $11

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Pub-style restaurant serves 17 different types of exotic meat, such as ostrich and alligator, and poutine with two different kinds of gravy

$11 for Gelato at Fainting Goat Gelato

Seattle

$18 $11

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Gelato made in-shop with local, organic dairy boasts rotating flavors such as avocado, espresso, pink grapefruit, and white chocolate

46% Off at Alberona's Pizza & Pasta

Adams

$24 $13

Italian and Greek flavors converge within 20 specialty pizzas sporting alfredo sauce, grilled chicken, feta cheese, and gyro meat

40% Off Indian Cuisine

Pioneer Square

$20 $12

Dine on traditional Indian favorites such as lamb vindaloo, tandoori chicken, garlic naan, and mango lassi

Up to Half Off at Mac's Triangle Pub

Riverview

$20 $11

Extensive menu of American staples, such as cheeseburgers, patty melts, and bowls of homemade chili

Half Off Roasted Nuts from Ceres Roasting Company

Armory-Center House (Seattle Center)

$30 $15

(7)

Cinnamon-glazed almonds and pecans roasted in small batches, available in store

Up to 45% Off Bistro Food at Thurston's Bistro and Lounge

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

Simple, well-executed bistro fare includes lobster and crab mac n' cheese, orange glazed pork belly, or fried alligator and collard greens

$7.50 for Ice Cream at Full Tilt Ice Cream

Ballard

$5 $2.50

(53)

This ice cream parlor and pinball arcade serves frosty treats made with natural and local ingredients

Half Off at Jewel of India

University District

$22 $11

Entrees include spicy lamb vindaloo with potatoes and mango veggie curry with sautéed vegetables, mango chutney, and a bit of cream

Half Off Australian and New Zealand Cuisine at Kangaroo & Kiwi Pub

Ballard

$40 $20

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Hot and cold sandwiches, classic pub appetizers, and meat pies pair with Australian beers and New Zealand wines in a lively pub

Half Off Italian Dinners at Bellini Italian Bistro

Belltown

$30 $15

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Southern Italian-inspired dishes such as fresh pastas and seafood dishes made from scratch with locally sourced ingredients

Up to 54% Off Fish 'n' Chips Meal

Ballard

$22.98 $11

(285)

Baskets of North Pacific cod filets are panko-breaded and fried along with crispy fries then paired with choice of beverages

45% Off at Amante Pizza and Pasta

Green Lake

$20 $11

(7)

Italian staples include house-made pizzas topped with more than 50 ingredients, sauce-slathered pastas, and low-carb chicken options

Plum in Seattle Center – Up to 45% Off Vegan Food

Seattle

$25 $14

Vegan takes on American favorites, such as organic "tofustrami" reubens

Up to 49% Off Ethiopian Meal at Hana's Kitchen

Seattle

$42.85 $22

Traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian cuisine showcasing vegetarian specialties and flavorful meat dishes

Half Off at Cafe Bengodi

Central Business District

$40 $20

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Family-style dishes include antipasto, penne with prawns, pizza, and chicken parmigiana

50% Off at Smash Wine Bar & Bistro

Wallingford

$50 $25

(264)

Forty-five international wine selections pair with bistro plates including duck-and-shiitake spring rolls

Up to 52% Off at Acquabar Bistro and Lounge

Belltown

$25 $12

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Regional ingredients star in dishes such as fish and chips or grilled salmon, and inventive cocktails spotlight fresh juices

Up to 53% Off Polish Cuisine at Sebi's Bistro

Eastlake

$30 $17

(13)

Diners feast on Polish pierogis stuffed with meat or potatoes and cheese, sided with cream-cheese-filled crepes topped in chocolate

Up to 67% Off at COA Mexican Eatery & Tequileria

Roosevelt

$66 $22

(102)

Three samples of 100% agave tequila wash down contemporary Mexican-style appetizers

45% Off Hand-Tossed Pizza and Cocktails at NYP Restaurant & Bar

Lower Queen Anne

$25 $14

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Chefs quell cravings with apps such as Kobe sliders and baked formaggio and entrees such as smoked salmon linguine and hand-tossed pizzas

52% Off at Qazi's Indian Curry House & Mediterranean Cuisine

FREMONT

$25 $12

(213)

Dozens of dishes from all over the Indian subcontinent and some from the Mediterranean

Up to 27% Off Lucy's Corner

Seattle

$11 $8

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

50% Off Italian Cuisine at Branzino

Belltown

$40 $20

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Local produce, seafood, and meats transform into Italian dishes including oven-roasted branzino, wood-fired pizzas, and winter risotto

Up to 50% Off Italian Food at Pritty Boys Family Pizzeria

Seattle

$20 $11

Gluten-free and specialty pies, selection of gelato and sorbet, and fresh gnocchi; free video games, WiFi, and kids' play area

Up to 50% Off at The Barrel Thief

Seattle

$20 $10

(56)

Visitors discover new wines, whiskeys, and other spirits in a warm, inviting atmosphere, or sample the weekend waffle brunch

Up to 50% Off Gourmet Pub Cuisine at Maison Tavern

SoDo

$30 $15

Head chef Bryan Ogden uses locally-sourced ingredients and organic produce in a menu that includes meatball sliders and chicken skewers

Four Soft Pretzels at Auntie Anne's Pretzels

Multiple Locations

$14.36 $6

Classic soft pretzels in flavors such as cinnamon sugar, pepperoni, and garlic

Up to 38% Off at Mondello Italian Restaurant

Southeast Magnolia

$50 $31

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Sicilian dishes of fresh seafood, pesto, and gnocchi served amid decor reminiscent of a seaside village

Up to 43% Off at The Lodge Sports Grille

Multiple Locations

$30 $17

(150)

Half-pound handcrafted burgers, fish and chips, and aged steaks accompany more than 70 draught beers–all served in a rustic lodge setting

Up to 50% Off at La Vita E Bella Cafe

Belltown

$40 $21

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Cuisine includes penne al pesto with homemade pesto sauce, parmigiana pizza with eggplant and fresh mozzarella, and fresh made pasta

42% Off Hot Beverages

Seattle

$65 $38

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Up to 60% Off at Dahlak Eritrean Cuisine

North Beacon Hill

$45.75 $21

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Traditional Eritrean and Ethiopian recipes feature cubes of spiced lamb, housemade injera bread, and well-seasoned vegetables

Up to Half Off 10 Gallons of Kangen Alkaline, Ionized Water

Thrive

$30 $14.99

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Ten 1-gallon fills of Kangen alkaline-filtered and ionized water; you must supply the container or opt for a 1-gallon glass jug

$10 for Cuban Food at Cafe Con Leche

SoDo

$20 $10

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Cuban eats such as flaky empanadas filled with beef or chicken, stacked Cubano sandwiches on traditional bread, and shredded flank steak

Half Off Chinese Dinner at Genghis Khan

Pike Place Market

$25 $12.50

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Culinary traditions from both North and South China inform a menu of classic Chinese-American cuisine; happy hour lasts all evening

Up to 53% Off a Wine Tasting at Stomani Cellars

South Lake Union/Queen Anne District

$91 $43

A wine tasting at a family-run winery includes two take-home bottles

Up to 60% Off at Pizzeria Credo

Seattle

$15 $6

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Wood-fired grill made in Naples churns out crispy, bubbly pies covered in San Marzano tomatoes, mozzarella, handmade sausage, and seafood

Half Off Italian Cuisine at Marcello Ristorante

Roosevelt

$34 $17

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Aromatic cuts of seared veal mingle with roasted garlic and rosemary, fresh-made pastas toss with creamy sauces and Italian meats

Half Off Pub Fare at The Iron Bull Sports Bar and Grill

Wallingford

$20 $9.99

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Sports bar welcomes fans with extensive television packages, loaded burgers, and frosty drinks

Half Off at Memo's Mexican Food 

University District

$10 $5

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Jumbo burritos stuffed with top sirloin steak; carne asada fries crowned with sour cream and cheese; filling chiles rellenos

Up to 66% Off Billiards or Catered Party

Belltown

$43 $19

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Chef caters parties with Italian and Caribbean fare such as thin-crust pizzas, and guests play pool in an upscale billiards room

50% Off Vegan Food, Smoothies, and Juices at Plum Pantry

Lower Queen Anne

$25 $12.50

(13)

Diners can partake of a bevy of organic, sustainable vegan dishes and beverages

42% Off Brazilian Steak-House Cuisine at The Grill from Ipanema

Belltown

$60 $35

(37)

Brazilian passadores, or carvers, offer all-you-can-eat meats with the rodízio experience, along with traditional Brazilian dishes

Up to 53% Off Distillery Tour with Tasting

Seattle

$50 $25

(7)

Samples of handcrafted moonshine and vodka—both made entirely with local ingredients—follow a tour of the artisinal distillery

Half Off at Seattle Fudge

Seattle Center

$29 $14.50

(7)

Boiled, cooled, and hand formed in an open kitchen, signature fudges come in 11 flavors, including chocolate walnut and rocky road

50% Off at Thai Fusion

North Queen Anne

$25 $12.50

(141)

Authentic Thai recipes from across the country include pad thai, grilled chicken curry, roasted duck, and crab-cake sliders

Up to 32% Off Pie-Making Classes or Pie at A la Mode Pies

Phinney Ridge

$125 $89

A seasoned baker teaches up to 10 students how to craft a seasonal pie during two-hour classes held every Tuesday

45% Off at The 5 Point Café

Seattle

$20 $11

Classic diner comfort food, cold beers, and cocktails served in an irreverent eatery that’s been open since 1929

$10 for Café Drinks at City Espresso

Bellevue

$10 $5

Freshly brewed coffee, specialty café drinks, and breakfast items conveniently served through drive-up or walk-up windows

Half Off Italian Food at Pizzeria Guido & Wine Bar

Crossroads

$30 $15

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Tuscan-style pizzas made with imported Italian ingredients, cooked in a wood-fired brick oven, and paired with fine European wines

45% Off at Firenze Ristorante Italiano

Bellevue

$40 $22

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Marinated quail, red snapper, and homemade gnocchi prepared with fresh basil and tomato sauce

Up to 50% Off Upscale Pub Eats at Bar Code

Downtown Bellevue

$20 $11

Cocktail lounge with lauded mixologist serves up sliders, pasta, and flatbreads at lunch and brunch on weekends

47% Off at Peaks Frozen Yogurt Bar

Multiple Locations

$32 $17

Cake flavors include Oreo cookies & cream, Butterfinger crunch, mud pie, strawberry shortcake, and vanilla or chocolate celebration

40% Off at PinkaBella Cupcakes

Multiple Locations

$25 $15

Cupcake flavors include caramel macchiato, irish creme, and bananas foster

Ben & Jerry’s – Up to 55% Off Ice Cream

Downtown Kirkland

$24.25 $12

(24)

More than 30 signature flavors in a variety of frozen treats, such as smoothies, sundaes, shakes, and custom cakes

Up to 50% Off Moe Town Espresso

Kingsgate

$6 $3

Baristas knit steamy foam caps to place atop creamy lattes & chocolaty mochas delivered from express drive-thru stand windows

43% Off at bin on the lake

Lakeview

$30 $17

Locally-sourced ingredients are highlighted in a menu centered around Northwestern cuisine with Mediterranean influences

50% Off Seafood, Burgers, and Tacos at Beach Cafe

Lakeview

$22 $11

(178)

From jerk spiced chicken wings with roasted habanero ranch for dipping to globally inspired salmon plates

Half Off Natural Grocery Items at The Grainery

Linde Terrace

$25 $12.50

(12)

More than 4,000 natural, organic, and specialty items, such as raw honey, gluten-free products, and herbs and spices in bulk

$15 Off at Bison Creek Pizza & Pub

Burien

$30 $15

Amid the saloon ambiance of the historic Burien Theatre, enjoy gourmet pizzas, spaghetti with housemade meatballs, and pulled-pork grinders

44% Off Punch Card for Six Meals at Zoopa

Tukwila Urban Center

$53.94 $29.99

Fill a ToGo box or lunch on soups, baked goods, and fresh veggies from an all-you-can-eat salad bar

Up to 63% Off Gelato Italian Ice Cream at Boba Smoothie

Multiple Locations

$17.50 $8

Fresh Gelato is made daily with real fruits such as mango, strawberries, pina colada, coconut and many more

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It all began with a chowder competition. Shortly after Larry Mellum and his business partner opened Charlestown Street Cafe, pretty much everyone in the kitchen was convinced they had the ultimate chowder recipe. So they decided to put each version to the test. Every Friday, they let customers sample a different chowder recipe and gave them the final say in which one made it to the menu. The smooth-as-silk winner––a creation of one of the kitchen's line cooks––became so popular, people from all across Seattle would come to wait in line just for a taste. Inspired, the restaurant decided to take the recipe on the road, entering (and winning) chowder competitions up and down the West Coast. But the real victory happened 3,500 miles away in Newport, Road Island. There, Mellum and company's chowder took home the grand prize at the Great Chowder Cook Off––the first non-New England contender to do so in the competition's 20-year history. After taking home the grand prize three years in a row, and being inducted into the chowder hall-of-fame, the recipe officially retired from competition and now spends the majority of its time watching golf. When it's not in the kitchen, that is. Today at Pike Place Chowder, guests can taste that award-winning chowder––made using freshly picked vegetables and herbs from Pike Place Market––or sample one of seven other chowders, including a smoked salmon chowder, seared scallop chowder, and a vegan chowder. For those who hit their chowder limit, there's also dungeness crab rolls flavored with top-secret seasonings and fresh salads topped with Oregon Bay shrimp, while a second location in Pacific Place Center has earned a following for its made-to-order fish 'n chips, made with either Pacific cod or wild salmon.

1501 Pike Pl
Seattle,
WA
US

Over the course of his pizza-making career, Lance Brough has helped open restaurants from Little Star Pizza in San Francisco to Pi in St. Louis. Many of these have achieved acclaim—President Obama loved the meal he ate at Pi so much that he had its owners come make pizza at the White House, according to the St. Louis Business Journal.

Today, Lance dishes up both thick and thin pies at Kylie's Chicago Pizza—named after his business partner's daughter Kylie. "It's kind of a West Coast version of a Chicago-style pizza," he says of the eatery's signature dish. Though "it's not the heavy, greasy gut bomb" that diners might expect, it does have a deep-dish cornmeal crust, as well as the seasoned, chunky tomato sauce found on Chicago's famous pies. And just as in Chicago, the deep-dish creations take about 30 minutes to bake under an indigenous Midwestern dragon's scorching mouth fires. Piping pies arrive at tables clad in custom toppings or specialty combinations, including the Chicago Classic, which hosts Illinois sausage spiced with sweet fennel, as well as onions, green peppers, and mushrooms.

The staff keeps three local beers on tap at all times, including Fremont Brewing's Interurban IPA and Georgetown Brewing's Manny's pale ale. They also pour area wines, including Pacific Rim's riesling, which Lance says is consistently praised as one of the state's top wines. As they sip, guests can admire local artwork, which is swapped out every two or three months to thwart slow-moving art thieves.

3601 Fremont Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

A two-story, 1930s Wallingford house with a pillared front porch and white clapboard siding isn’t the typical setting for pad thai and green curry, but Djan’s Modern Thai Restaurant doesn’t have an interest in being ordinary. Inspired by the eclectic, global tastes of co-owners and brothers Tum and Lek, the restaurant prides itself on fusing East and West in both its menu and decor. Input from chefs in Bangkok and New York City helped create the menu, which tempts diners to sink chopsticks into contemporary versions of classic Thai dishes, such as wok-fried ginger beef or fried rice with pineapple and tofu. Foundational Thai ingredients—coconut milk, bamboo shoots, bell peppers, and basil leaves—still appear on plates, but they share the stage with Hawaiian-style prawns and Japanese shrimp tempura. Instead of washing down mouthfuls by drinking from a date's seltzer-filled boutonniere, diners can sip the vintages from Washington, California, and Chile that grace a hefty wine list.

Djan's decor reflects its cuisine’s multicultural influences with modern, geometric tables and backlit alcoves that give a nod to the past with lanterns and suspended silver bells. For those who would rather eat in the comfort of their own homes or need to feed a party, the restaurant also offers delivery and catering.

264 NE 45th St
Seattle,
WA
US

The first thing a visitor to La Fontana Siciliana sees is a wrought-iron pergola and gate. Sequestered just off the street and behind the gate is a courtyard filled with cozy seating, a bubbling fountain, and the entrance to the first of La Fontana's three intimate dining rooms. A single light illuminates each antique table, and waiters stroll through the rooms carrying one of the many traditional Sicilian dishes found on La Fontana's menu.

Dinners often start with appetizers such as marinated calamari or garlic bread, followed by pastas such as wild mushroom fettuccine and smoked salmon on linguine. The chef prepares four risottos nightly, and his signature dish of lamb tenderloin with figs, imported olive oil, and marsala-wine sauce can always be seen on tables. A wine list has been carefully cultivated to complement the menu's dishes, and every waiter is well versed in the best pairings.

A piano room in the back of the restaurant is constantly filled with the sound of ivories singing. The history of La Fontana Siciliana's owners lines the walls, with heirlooms from their homeland and souvenirs from their journey to America, such as a violin or the customary party hat given to immigrants on Ellis Island.

120 Blanchard St
Seattle,
WA
US

Paola Corsini taps into her Italian and Greek heritage and Turkish upbringing to create a menu of Mediterranean fare crafted with Turkish olive oils and produce sourced from the Pacific Northwest. In describing her restaurant's unique culinary fusion, Corsini states: "For generations, my family has been finding the best recipe from a variety of cultures. But, flavorful success often comes from combining them to reinvent the best."

Inside her kitchen, chefs prepare each entree from scratch, often following Corsini's generations-old family recipes. They crown grilled lamb with traditional Turkish accoutrements of mint and signature tzatiki sauce, and they toss Italian pastas with fresh pesto, sweet seafood, and seasonal vegetables. They also make every effort to accommodate guests with special diets by churning out vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, heart-healthy, and baklava-only options.

A mural of the Mediterranean Sea washes over the intimate dining room, and painted ceramic dishes and imported bottles of olive oil populate a massive wood shelf set against an exposed-brick wall. Next to the shelves, dinners sit at tables that are cloaked in red-checkered cloths and illuminated by delicate hanging light fixtures.

8516 Greenwood Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US

Decked out in retro kitsch ranging from vintage lunchboxes to video-game memorabilia, Lunchbox Laboratory celebrates the art of burgers and the culture of nerds in equal measure. Its meat-based creations have inspired both devotion and hyperbole: Seattle Times' Providence Cicero described one dish, the Burger of the Gods, as a "double-fistful of deliciousness"—a fitting descriptor for the gargantuan blend of sirloin, rib eye, and prime rib slathered in gorgonzola sauce.

True to its name, the restaurant also loves to experiment with ingredients. Another burger, the Dork, takes its name from its blend of duck and pork—Seattle Magazine calls its "one of the most satisfying burgers in the city." The burgers are backed up by signature dishes, including Hong Kong–style buffalo wings and Goldfish mac and cheese. A range of milkshakes, such as the liquor-infused Drunken Elvis, are served in laboratory beakers stolen from sleeping chemists.

Across its three locations, Lunchbox keeps diners entertained with bowling lanes, billiards, and classic '80s video games. At the 5,000-square-foot South-Lake Union location, an experimental cocktail bar serves as a centerpiece.

1253 Thomas St
Seattle,
WA
US

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