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  • Eastlake Bar & Grill
    While guests ogle the boats and kayaks passing by outside, Chef Manual Frias stays in the kitchen, cooking up inventive takes on American comfort food. He seasons New York strips with house-blended rubs, smothers meatloaf in bourbon mustard glazes, and stirs bacon, pulled pork, and prosciutto into the aptly named three pig mac and cheese. To complement each hearty dish, the tenders of Eastlake's tiki bar pour local microbrews and whip up tasty cocktails like the John Daly, a blend of lemonade and wild tea-flavored vodka. Though the deck and patio are seasonal, the dining room, complete with its own bar, is open all year. Here, rounds of trivia test knowledge every week, while flat-screens TV show the day's biggest sports games or rowdiest congressional boxing matches.
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    2947 Eastlake Ave E
    Seattle, WA US
  • Dante's
    Unlike some other places with the Dante name, this Dante's is only three levels. Spanning 5,000 square feet, the space is home to pool tables, air hockey, foosball, darts, pinball, and vintage arcade games. Oh, and there are drinks, too. Drop in to watch a game on the 75" projector screen, sip on beers from the bar, or head to the giant dance floor to shake a leg. From the menu, theme-fitting burgers and sandwiches include the Exorcist burger with bacon, pepperoncini, cheddar, and swiss, as well as fire wings that come with veggies and the unyielding desire not to leave any bites uneaten.
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    5300 Roosevelt Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Julia's Restaurants
    A frequent candidate for the city's best-of lists, Julia's Restaurants have treated diners to homey meals for more than 25 years. Inside each location's kitchen and bakery, Julia's chefs spend the day crafting scratch-made breakfasts, lunches, and dinners from fresh ingredients sourced from local producers. Early meals often include hearty favorites, such as pancakes, omelets, or oatmeal made from steel-cut whole oats. Later in the day, chefs dive deeper into their home-style cookbook, making satisfying pasta dishes, meatloaf, and chicken stuffed with prosciutto, mushrooms, and spinach. In addition to taking care of their diners' needs, staff members at Julia's Restaurants also take care of the earth itself. Each restaurant adheres to a strict recycling standard, with staffers making sure that waste remains at a minimum. This commitment to eco-friendly business caught the attention of the Seattle Mayor's Office, which praised Julia's efforts to keep the planet tidy.
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    4401 Wallingford Ave. N
    Seattle, WA US
  • Poppy
    The Three Faces of Poppy Thali The Hindi word for “tray,” thali is a meal that features a variety of different dishes served on—that's right—a large, round tray. The dishes are typically small and arrive at tables inside katori, or small bowls. At Poppy, thalis change daily. They usually feature six or so dishes, which don't need to be eaten in any particular order. A main entree anchors every thali: for instance, Copper River sockeye salmon with pinot noir fennel sauce, sea beans, and bacon is accompanied by cauliflower-almond soup, a charred scallion salad, and several other bites to fully dazzle taste buds. Chef Jerry Traunfeld Jerry Traunfeld is something of an institution in the Pacific Northwest. The James Beard Award winner built his reputation as a culinary wizard during his 17-year run as executive chef at The Herbfarm. But during a 2007 research trip to India, he came up with the idea for Poppy. With this restaurant, the famed chef uses the thali format to present his own style of Northwest cooking, which favors seasonal ingredients, fresh herbs, and spices. Basically, every thali is a Chef Traunfeld tasting menu rolled into one neat presentation. Herb Garden Park behind Poppy and you can enter through the restaurant's back door, which opens up to reveal an oasis of thriving herbs and plants. Outfitted with stone pathways, red two-top tables, and metallic heaters for cooler evenings, the garden invites people to dine among its leaves, plus it acts as a buffer between the restaurant and parking lot. But the lush setting has more than just aesthetic appeal—many of the herbs are plucked and used in the restaurant’s thalis, desserts, and cocktails.
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    622 Broadway East
    Seattle, WA US
  • Tempero Do Brasil
    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.
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    5628 University Way NE
    Seattle, WA US
  • Novilhos Brazilian Steak House
    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.
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    901 Fairview Ave. N
    Seattle, WA US

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