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Located in The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar's crepes have a gooey inside and crisp outside. Dieters beware — The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar does not offer low-fat cuisine. Take your pick of beer, wine, or other beverages offered on The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar's menu. Unwind on a budget, and enjoy happy hour's low-cost beers and simple eats. The restaurant picks up the most people during the week, so avoid the rush if crowds aren't your thing. For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your meal or snack to go. Sidle into a space on the street or park your vehicle in the adjacent lot. There's no need to bust your budget at The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, with most meals costing under $15. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner are all served at The Crepe Cafe and Wine Bar, so come by whenever it fits your schedule.
2118 NE 65th St
Seattle,
WA
US
Before it became a hotspot for wine enthusiasts, In The Red Wine Bar's space sheltered a Hansen Lamp & Shade starting in 1937. Its nostalgia-tinged decor?mix-matched wares and antique furniture?carries the tradition first set by the furniture store and complements the aging red, white, and sparkling wines that rotate through the menu on a regular basis. Local and independent craft beers round out the beverage supply, and the bar's edibles include bacon-wrapped dates and four types of mac 'n' cheese, along with a selection of vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free menu options, all made with local, sustainable ingredients. Along with stocking a wealth of varietals, the bar's staff dispenses wine knowledge with topics ranging from the fundamentals of tasting to tips for pairing wine with the appropriate horror flick.
6510 Phinney Ave N
Seattle,
WA
US
At Poco Wine Room, the influences come from near and far. More than 20 wines available by the glass represent wineries from the Pacific Northwest as well as locales such as Italy, Argentina, France, and Spain. The origins of the food are just as eclectic: the monthly rotating menu may include Albondigas—pork-and-beef meatballs in a tomato piquillo sauce—or orange-chicken skewers topped with crushed almonds, which chefs favoring local ingredients whenever possible. Even the beer list spans the globe, with brews such as Pike Place IPA and Tieton Wild Washington cider sharing billing with standbys like Red Stripe.
1408 E Pine St
Seattle,
WA
US
Clever Bottle's mixologists and charcuterie chefs source local gourmet ingredients from Pike Place Market for a menu of appetizers, libations, and desserts. Crafted in-house, a selection of bitters house-made with bluebell flowers, chocolate, and the personality of sunshine adds spice to the ever-shifting menu of cocktails. The wine list, which is made up of 98% Seattle varietals, serves as a flavorful guide to the many local wineries that populate it. Abundant candlelight sets a romantic tone for quiet dates or proposals that involve serenading a sweetheart with a champagne flute.
2222 2nd Ave, Ste 100
Seattle,
WA
US
Enjoy a large array of finger food at Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar, a local pub. Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar is a fantastic spot to indulge and with no low-fat options, you'll need to save the diet for another day. Complement you meal with a beer or wine from Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar delightful drink menu. Just around the workday bend are Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar's happy hour food and drink bargains. Al fresco eating options are also available at Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar, which offers a lovely patio seating area for warmer months. Folks tend to dress down at Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar, so keep comfort in mind when heading to the restaurant. Carry-out is also available for those who prefer to enjoy Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar's cooking from the comfort of their own home. null Checks are bigger than average at the restaurant, so prepare your wallet. Early risers and night owls alike can enjoy Commuter Comforts Cafe and Wine Bar since it serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
801 Alaskan Way
Seattle,
WA
US
Four Things to Know About Eva Restaurant The menu at Eva Restaurant defines itself by its reliance on local ingredients rather than a focus on any particular style of cuisine. Find out more below. Its most noteworthy starter is the cabrales flan. The distinctive flan is made with Spanish blue cheese and served with pear relish and a walnut crisp. Market dinners feature produce chef Amy McCray finds at the University Farmers Market. These prix fixe feasts lend themselves to spontaneous assortments of dishes such as housemade paneer-and-potato samosas and porcini-mushroom risotto. Eva was named one of the Best Restaurants of 2011 by Seattle Magazine. The wine list’s selection of half-bottles is meant to encourage diners to branch out. Like the cuisine, the wine list defies easy categorization, placing wines from France and Spain alongside bottles from Greece and Lebanon.
2227 N 56th St.
Seattle,
WA
US
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