For an entree that scores high on the taste test, try one of the many options available at Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub in Seattle.
Find time to peruse the wine list here — this restaurant offers a variety of drink options.
Youngsters are more than welcome to join mom and dad at this restaurant.
Wifi here is on the house.
Dogs are welcome at Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub, so feel free to bring Fido along.
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub welcomes laid-back diners, so there's no pressure to throw on heels or a tie.
For those in a hurry, the restaurant lets you take your grub to go.
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub is surrounded by a number of street parking options for patrons.
Cyclists are in luck. Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub provides bike parking.
Shawn O'Donnell's American Grill & Irish Pub's fare is so good, you'll want to sample everything on the menu (and with its middle-of-the-road prices, you can!).
A cool blast of fruits (and veggies) is never far away at smoothie spot Seattle's Cocoa Banana.
Vegans will be happy to see a wide array of meal options at Cocoa Banana.
In addition to street parking, there is a lot right around the corner, so finding a space shouldn't be an issue for drivers dining at the restaurant.
Whether you're in the mood for AM eggs, a midday salad, or an evening entree, Cocoa Banana provides service throughout the day.
A refreshing smoothie from Cocoa Banana is just what you'll need tomorrow for a midday snack.
The luminous block letters advertising “Merchants Cafe” nearly overshadow the intriguing tidbit beneath: a sign reading "Established 1890, Seattle’s Oldest Restaurant." Once guests pass through the double-door entrance, though, its historic charms become undeniably clear. Rustic wood floors covered with ornate rugs complement wooden and exposed brick walls, and the stained-glass chandeliers hanging overhead cast a warm glow. Despite the homey 1800s feel, a few modern touches accent the restaurant, including flat-screen TVs around the cherry-wood bar and a menu of contemporary eats. Hearty American entrees, such as hot turkey sandwiches and Angus burgers, are crafted from local, organic ingredients sourced from the likes of Pike Place Market and Bob’s Fruit Stand.
Over the past 120-some years, Merchant’s has accrued quite a colorful history, but most notably operated as a hotel, saloon, and card room in the late 19th century. Today, barkeeps continue the tradition, sans the fist-fights over whose horse is more attractive, by pouring libations including Georgetown and Mac and Jack’s craft beers and wines and spirits from local wineries and distilleries.
Ingredients from all over Asia come together at Table and Gallery, an Asian-fusion spot in the middle of Seattle's Pioneer Square.
Table and Gallery is a prime location to dine with a group.
Head to Table and Gallery in comfort, where attire is business casual.
Whether you have a large or small vehicle, parking is easy near Table and Gallery.
You'll typically spend about $30 per person to dine at Table and Gallery, so plan your budget accordingly.
If you can't pinpoint your food craving, try the combination of Asian-style dishes at Table and Gallery. You're sure to find something you love.
At Maharaja, food is king, echoing the Sanskrit word's royal meaning. Dishes are piled high with spices, vegetables, and meat still hot from the tandoori oven. The menu offers vegetarian, seafood, and curry entrees in the form of the chickpea-laden chana masala, the barbecued shrimp tikka masala, and the lamb curry steeped in a garlicky ginger and onion sauce. For dessert, dig into kulfi, an Indian ice cream laced with pistachios, or mango ice cream made from the rare mango ice cream fruit.
Julie’s Garden: A User’s Guide
Keywords: Pan-Asian Cuisine | Family-Run Restaurant | Casual Chinese-Themed Decor
Appetizer: deep-fried prawns
Soup: deluxe pho with meatballs, rare beef, flank, and tripe
Entree: beef pad thai
Drink: fresh-squeezed lemonade
The Vibe: Red Chinese lanterns, Chinese calendars, and other Chinese-themed decor surrounds the casual dining room.
The Team: Julie’s Garden is the epitome of a family-run restaurant. Julie’s husband Tony runs the kitchen, while her brother and sister-in-law serve guests. The kids even help out occasionally.
Pad: Thai word meaning “stir-fried” that prefaces many of the country’s noodle dishes.
Pho: Vietnamese soup consisting of broth and rice noodles, often topped with meat or another protein and served with garnishes such as basil, sprouts, lime, and jalapeños.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Before: Shop for vintage games, puzzles, and toys at Magic Mouse Toys (603 1st Avenue), which has been around since 1977.
After: Laugh your cares away at The Comedy Underground (109 S. Washington Street) where comedy greats like Jerry Seinfeld and Marc Maron have performed.
If You Can’t Make It, Try This: Order the contemporary Asian cuisine at Red Lantern (520 S. Jackson Street).