For traditional Brazilian cooking, try Tempero Do Brasil.
Find the perfect vintage to complement your meal — this restaurant offers a fine selection of wines, beers, and beyond.
Both the young and the young-at-heart will dig the family-oriented menu and ambience at this restaurant.
Don't stay cooped up on a beautiful summer day! At Tempero Do Brasil, you can dine outdoors on their lovely patio.
Throw on your favorite T-shirt and head out the door — dining at Tempero Do Brasil is all about comfort.
Throwing a big party? Count on Tempero Do Brasil to provide top-notch catering with the same great dishes you love.
What's that you hear? It's carryout at this restaurant.
You can leave your car curbside with nearby street parking.
Tempero Do Brasil offers safe bike parking outside.
Prices are affordable, with a typical meal running under $30.
So come to Tempero Do Brasil, where you can experience all the best flavors of Brazil.
Grilled meats await at Brazilian-inspired Samba Brazilian Restaurant.
Samba Brazilian Restaurant is a local eatery that serves up both gluten-free and low-fat dishes.
Samba Brazilian Restaurant's patrons can find places to park in the area.
So if you're looking for some delicious Brazilian cuisine, make Samba Brazilian Restaurant your top choice.
When night falls over southern Brazil, groups of gauchos gather around flickering fire pits and celebrate the end of another day by slowly grilling meat over the open flames. Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse aims to capture the spirit of these traditional meals by hosting all-you-can-eat churrasco feasts that Zagat scored as "very good to excellent."
The chefs roast up more than a dozen cuts of meat, including filet mignon, bacon-wrapped chicken, lamb chops, and pork sausages. Servers dressed as gauchos parade these freshly grilled skewers throughout the dining room, stopping at diners' seats and offering to carve them slices tableside. In between these protein-laden servings, guests can visit the salad bar and load their plates up with more than 60 different side dishes, such as fresh-cut vegetables and imported cheeses.
Blue Star Cafe and Pub: A User’s Guide
Comfort-Food Breakfast | Pub Dinners | Daily Happy Hour | Local Microbrews
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
Daniel’s Broiler: A User's Guide
Upscale Steakhouse | Dine With a View | Happening Happy Hour | Live Piano Music
Appetizer: popcorn shrimp with Sriracha-chili sauce and lemon aioli
Entree: carved-to-order USDA prime rib with creamed horseradish sauce
Side: lobster mashed potatoes with bacon and chives
Dessert: vanilla-bean crème brûlée
When to Go: Dine to a soundtrack of live piano tunes Tuesday–Saturday evenings.
Where to Sit: Ask for a table close to a window for breathtaking views of Lake Union at sunset, or request outdoor seating for harbor-side dining.
Inside Tip: Check out the seven-day-a-week happy hour for generously portioned bar snacks—such as prime steakhouse sliders or marsala chicken skewers—that can curb the sticker shock of the pricey dinner menu.
While You're in the Neighborhood
Before: Scope out the 360-degree view of Seattle from the periscope at the top of the Museum of History & Industry (860 Terry Avenue, Lake Union Park).
After: Take in a classic performance at the Seattle Shakespeare Company (305 Harrison Street).
In the evening, the sunset’s rays permeate floor-to-ceiling windows in this churrascaria, or Brazilian steak house, which specializes in the traditional rodízio serving style. At The Grill from Ipanema—located in downtown Belltown—passadores, or carvers, offer an all-you-can-eat meat experience, bringing skewer after skewer of juicy meat to diners and slicing it to order at the table. Moments beforehand, these skewers were placed over crimson coals that slowly roasted the cuts of beef, lamb, pork, poultry, fish, and vegetables. To complement their dishes, guests pay unlimited visits to the mesa de frios, or cold table, that features cheese, salads, and more Brazilian specialties, many of which are vegetarian and all of which are certified “not hot” by the Snowmen’s Guild. They also can order dishes à la carte in the dining room or choose from 10-ounce Kobe beef burgers and manila clams served with sausage and beer broth at the bar.