Food & Drink in Seattle


$2 Buys You a Coupon for 20% Off Dinner Dine In Or Take Out Only at Chillies Paste Thai Cuisine

Chillies Paste Thai Cuisine

Chillies Paste Thai Cuisine

For $2, receive a coupon for 20% off dinner dine-in or take-out only

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$1 Buys You a Coupon for 15% Off The Bill When You Spend $15 Or More at Main Street Gyros

Main Street Gyros

Main Street Gyros

For $1, receive a coupon for 15% off the bill when you spend $15 or more

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Barbecue or Catering for 10 or 25 People from Jones Barbeque (Up to 51% Off)

Jones Barbeque

West Seattle

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

$25 $12.50

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$20 for $30 Worth of Latin Small Plates and Drinks at El Norte Lounge

El Norte Lounge

El Norte Lounge

Enjoy live music as you sip cocktails and munch on crab quesadillas or queso fundido at this lively lounge that’s open Wednesday–Saturday

$30 $20

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Dinner at Stanford's Restaurant & Bar (Up to 33% Off). Two Options Available.

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar

Tukwila - 75 - Stanford's

Enjoy dishes such as halibut tacos, gourmet burgers, fire-grilled steaks, and herb-crusted prime rib in a warm, elegant atmosphere

$30 $20

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One Drink with Purchase of Any Appetizer at Taqueria El Rinconsito

Taqueria El Rinconsito

Taqueria El Rinconsito

For $1, receive One Drink with Purchase of Any Appetizer

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$18 for $30 Worth of American Food at Lake Forest Bar & Grill

Lake Forest Bar & Grill

Lake Forest Park

Kalua pork super sliders and braised corned-beef Reubens served alongside hearty burgers, steaks, and fish and chips

$30 $18

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Three-Course Prix Fixe Moroccan Dinner for Two at Kasbah Moroccan Restaurant and Hookah Lounge (37% Off).

Kasbah Moroccan Restaurant

Ballad - Crown Hill

Moroccan dishes, such as simmered vegetables in onion ginger sauce, served with preserved lemon and olives, or spiced chicken with prunes

$45.96 $29

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$40 for $50 Worth of Indian and Mediterranean Food at Saffron Grill

Saffron Grill

North Northgate Way

Rich, fragrant saffron infuses a menu of updated Indian and Mediterranean plates, from tandoori salmon to chicken mango curry

$50 $40

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Craft Beer at The Beer Authority (52% Off). Two Options Available.

The Beer Authority

Lake City

Retailer and bar stocks more than 400 craft beers from local and global breweries, as well as a rotating selection of 13 draft beers

$50 $24

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American Cuisine at Stanford's Restaurant & Bar (Up to 33% Off)

Stanford's Restaurant & Bar

Northgate

Beer-battered fish and hand-cut rib-eye round out a menu of wood-grilled steaks and seafood

$30 $20

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Local and Seasonal Dinner at Scott's Bar & Grill (Up to 40% Off). Two Options Available.

Scott's Bar & Grill

WA - #3: Scott's Bar & Grill - Edmonds - RUI

Flat iron steak, fried chicken and ribs, and the house’s classic meatloaf are cooked to perfection and come from local sources

$50 $30

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Italian Cuisine at Mondello Italian Restaurant (Up to 38% Off). Two Options Available.

Mondello Italian Restaurant

Mondello Italian Restaurant

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

$50 $31

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Pulled-Pork, Coleslaw, and Beer for One, Two, or Four at The Boar's Nest (Up to 50% Off)

The Boar's Nest

Ballard

Slow-cooked pulled pork is topped with barbecue sauce from your choice of region and paired with creamy slaw and a cold drink

$30 $17

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American Food & Craft Beer at Watershed Pub & Kitchen (Up to 47% Off). Two Options Available.

Watershed Pub & Kitchen

Northgate

Menu includes hand-tossed pizzas, salads, grilled beer bread sandwiches, award-winning grilled cheese, and 21 rotating taps

$15 $8

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$12 for $20 Worth of Peruvian Cuisine at Mixturas

Mixturas

Mixturas

Peruvian specialties at this homey, brightly colored restaurant include fresh ceviche appetizers, pork sandwiches, and purple corn pudding

$20 $12

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$17 for $25 Worth of Mexican Food at Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Mayas Mexican Restaurant

Burritos and enchiladas stuffed with rice, beans, and perfectly seasoned meats share the menu with carne asada and chicken mole platters

$25 $17

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Wine Tasting with Appetizers for Two or Four at Luso Food and Wine (Up to 52% Off)

Luso Food and Wine

Highland Park

Portuguese and Brazilian imports such as white port and madeira alongside South Asian cuisine

$20 $10

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$10 for Two Groupons, Each Good for $10 Worth of Treats at Parfait Organic Artisan Ice Cream ($20 Value)

Parfait Organic Artisan Ice Cream

Parfait

From-scratch ice cream and sorbet in rotating seasonal flavors such as rosemary almond brittle, pumpkin spice, and pear-vanilla.

$10 $5

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  • Zippy's Giant Burgers
    Zippy’s Giant Burgers: A User’s Guide Handcrafted Burgers | Fresh Beef Ground Daily | Vintage Decor | Award-Winning Veggie Burger Sample Menu Entree: the Big Bully burger, with grilled onions, steak sauce, garlic mayo, and swiss Side: tater tots Beverage: salted-caramel milk shake While You’re Waiting: Wander the restaurant and admire the collection of vintage burger memorabilia: a painter’s cap with Where’s the beef? printed on it or a merry-go-round horse with a cheeseburger for a head. Inside Tips Really big appetites might find satisfaction with the King Lou Lou burger, which includes four patties and eight slices of bacon. Down this along with a milk shake and three sides, and you could earn yourself a photo on the wall and a T-shirt—if you beat the current record: 8 minutes and 52 seconds. Vegetarians clamor for the black-bean burger, which Seattle Weekly named the best non-beef burger in 2011. Press Box Seattle Weekly named Zippy’s number 2 in its list of top 10 burger joints in 2012, to wit: “Zippy’s has secured its fiercely loyal following simply by making burgers better than everyone else.” In 2012, Eater ranked Zippy’s among its 38 essential Seattle restaurants. Seattle Magazine praised the burger’s “irresistible deep, dark, salty-beef-meets-hot-griddle crust” and named it one of the 25 best burgers in Seattle in 2012.
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    9614 14th Avenue Southwest
    Seattle, WA US
  • Blue Star Cafe and Pub
    Blue Star Cafe and Pub: A User’s Guide Comfort-Food Breakfast | Pub Dinners | Daily Happy Hour | Local Microbrews Sample Menu Breakfast: chicken fried steak and eggs, bacon waffles, or a build-your-own omelet Lunch: traditional BLT (plus avocado), lamb burger, or cobb salad Dinner: oyster po’boys, beer-braised lamb shoulder, or Dungeness crab pasta When to Go: between 3–6 p.m. for happy hour, which offers discounted small plates of nachos, deep-fried green beans, waygu beef sliders, and cheese quesadillas, along with discounted draft, well, and wine drinks. While You’re Waiting Enjoy one of the 22 rotating on-draft microbrews, which come in sizes ranging from the small “schooner” to the pitcher. Inside Tip Late risers can still enjoy breakfast—it’s served until 2:30 p.m. The Story: Leon Torrey’s first experience in the restaurant business was as a dishwasher salesmen. It didn’t take long before he decided to trade in his tie for an apron and open Egg Cetra, which would become a hugely popular breakfast restaurant with three local locations. After more than 20 years of success, he decided to branch out and try his hand at classic pub staples, founding Blue Star Cafe and Pub in 1997. It wasn’t too much of a departure, though—he still kept the breakfast and lunch favorites that made Eggs Cetera such a hit. Today, his daughter Wendy carries on the torch. Quote That Best Sums It Up “I avoid the trends and focus on offering consistent comfort food with homemade ingredients.” - Founder Leon Torrey
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    4512 Stone Way N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Queen Margherita
    Queen Margherita: A User's Guide Neapolitan-Style Pizza | Open Kitchen | Massive Brick Oven | Recycled Furniture Sample Menu Antipasti: the salumi plate Pizza: the Funghi with fresh mozzarella, mushrooms, and truffle oil Dessert: tiramisu Where to Sit: A seat at the bar is the best spot in the house for watching the chefs as they slide pizzas in and out of the wood-burning brick oven. When to Go: For cheaper drinks and food, swing by during happy hour, which takes place from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Inside Tip: Give the babysitter the night off. This spot is family friendly, featuring a kids’ menu and crayons for occupying them before the food arrives. Vocab Lesson Margherita pizza: a thin-crust pizza with basil, mozzarella, and tomato sauce. The green, white, and red toppings represent the Italian flag as a gesture originally intended to impress Italy’s Queen Margherita in the late 1800s. Speck: cured pork leg seasoned with juniper, laurel, and rosemary While You're in the Neighborhood Before: Visit the Magnolia Public Library (2801 34th Avenue W), which was redesigned to feel like a treehouse with big windows and smooth woods. After: Take a walk through Ella Bailey Park (2601 W. Smith Street), where fantastic views of the city await.
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    3111 W McGraw St #103
    Seattle, WA US
  • Grateful Bread
    Grateful Bread: A User’s Guide Independent Bakery | Hormone-Free and Sustainable Ingredients | Eco-Friendly Mission | Organic Coffee | Open Mic Nights Sample Items Bread: sourdough rye Bagel: cinnamon raisin Pastry: banana bread Lunch entree: corned beef reuben Meet the Owner: Rod Neldam is a third-generation baker. His grandfather ran a bakery in Oakland called Neldam’s Danish Bakery for many years, beginning in 1929. While You’re Waiting: Take a look around. The walls sport the work of local artists, and management swaps in a new batch of pictures, paintings, and photographs at the beginning of every month. When to Go: Grateful Bread hosts open mic nights every second Tuesday of the month from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. Inside Tip: If you’re in the market for something specific, make sure to time your visit correctly. Challah is only made on Thursdays and Fridays, and wild rice and onion breads only emerge from the ovens on Saturdays. While You’re in the Neighborhood: Take a stroll through the four acres of native plants, orchards, and nurseries at the Magnuson Community Garden (7400 Sand Point Way NE). If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Grateful Bread hits the farmers’ market circuit Wednesday through Sunday, making stops at Wallingford, Queen Anne, and Shoreline Farmers’ Markets. Check the website for a current schedule.
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    7001 35th Avenue Northeast
    Seattle, WA US
  • Paramount Theatre Seattle
    In the 74 years between the Paramount Theatre's opening night, when people used to line up to see “talkies” for 50 cents, and 2002, when it was voted Best Mainstage Theatre in a Seattle Weekly Reader's Poll, the palatial venue faded and decayed alongside its Roaring Twenties brethren throughout America. Luckily, former Microsoft Vice President Ida Cole saved it from the rubble heap in the mid-‘90s when she established the Seattle Landmark Association and vowed to render the Paramount "kissable" once again. Over the course of seven months, the renovation crew expanded the size of the stage wings to accommodate more ambitious live productions. They also cleared decades of grime from the french baroque plaster reliefs, uncovering long-forgotten designs and causing only one long-dormant horror to snap open its eyes dramatically. They also replaced the gold leaf in the floral designs of the wall medallions, repainted all the surfaces in their original 16 colors, and scrubbed each of the 1.6 million crystal beads in the chandelier by hand with a toothbrush. The original Knabe Ampico player piano was returned to its spot on the four-tiered lobby's lush carpeting, and a 21st-century sound system now shares sonic space with the thundering, luminous sonority of the Paramount's fully restored Mighty Wurlitzer organ. Though the Paramount's calendar runs the gamut from rock concerts to standup comedy to Broadway musicals on the scale of Wicked, its decadent Beaux Arts trappings transport audiences to the days when reality was still black and white.
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    911 Pine St.
    Seattle, WA US
  • Pike Place Chowder
    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, Rhode 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 are 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.
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    600 Pine St
    Seattle, WA US

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