French Restaurants in Washington


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  • Mulleady's Irish Pub
    Mulleady’s Irish Pub: A User’s Guide Gourmet Irish Pub Cuisine | Irish Whiskey Flights | Craft Cocktails | Stone Fireplace A Taste Small plate: Mac & Blue with orecchiette and fourme d’ambert cheese sauce Sandwich: The Plan B burger with a fried egg, Beecher’s Flagship cheddar, bacon, and garlic aioli Entree: The Traditional with ham, bacon, black pudding, Irish knocker, scone, grilled tomato, two eggs, grilled potatoes, and baked beans To Drink: Alongside local draught beers from Washington and Oregon brewers such as Odin’s Gift, tenders pour out spirit flights, including the Cooley Distillery Collection with Greenore 8 year, Connemara 12 year, and Tyroconnel single-malt Irish whiskey. In the mixology department, artisans whip up potions such as Liam's Libation: Jameson, banana, spiced syrup, lemon, and bitters. When to Go: * Saturday and Sunday during brunch, when they serve up boxty, a pancake of potatoes and scallions popular in the north Midlands. Where to Sit: Grab a sturdy wooden table near the towering stacked-stone fireplace, or belly up to the bar on a cherry-stained stool to admire the dozens of Irish whiskeys and scotches. While You Wait Play a game of darts. Explore both levels of the cavernous pub. Inside Tip Don’t be disappointed if your favorite dish from last time isn’t available on the menu when you visit next. Both the food menu and the drink menu change regularly to incorporate fresh ingredients and to give local psychics some business. If You Can’t Make It, Try This: If you don’t mind forgoing the food and hopping right into the revelry, head to Conor Byrne Pub (5140 Ballard Avenue NW), an Irish-style watering hole that marries exposed brick walls, chandeliers, and live music.
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    3055 21st Ave W
    Seattle, WA US
  • Old European
    When people walk into Little Euro or Old European Breakfast House for the first time, most of them couldn’t tell you what aebelskivers are. Unlike buttermilk pancakes, croissants, and other imported specialties, they haven’t become a common part of American breakfasts. But once diners sample the ball-shaped pancakes—served with toppings such as blackberry syrup or stuffed with sausage and havarti cheese—they most likely add them to their breakfast lexicons. Beyond their deliciousness, aebelskivers are significant to the restaurants’ staff for another reason. Tami and Dave Sevier own both Little Euro and Old European Breakfast House’s Spokane location. When Tami’s grandmother, Marie Mekkelsen, was 18 years old in 1906, she moved away from her poor family in Denmark to join her brother in America. Before leaving her homeland, Marie’s mother made one last dish for her—her favorite Danish aebelskivers. Marie carried the memory of these unique pastries with her, passing it down through the family. To this day, the chefs use the same recipe Tami’s great-grandmother used in Denmark, crafting them from scratch alongside crepes, belgian waffles, and hungarian goulash with red potatoes. To heighten the authenticity, they squeeze their orange juice in-house rather than buying it from the store. Lunchtime diners also have their pick of sandwiches and housemade soups. Little Euro also has an espresso drive-thru for drivers to grab an on-the-go pick-me-up before sitting through a business meeting or Wagner’s entire Ring Cycle.
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    7640 N Division St
    Spokane, WA US
  • Bar Bistro
    It's not hard to see the Northwestern roots in Bar Bistro's menu. An entree of seared coho salmon is laid upon tomato broth studded with Dungeness crab, and the classic cioppino blends red snapper, scallops, clams, and mussels in a fennel broth. The stronger influence, however, actually comes from lands closer to the opposite corner of the country. Chefs rely on tons of Caribbean flavors, such as in their jerk-rubbed baby back ribs and grilled pork chops, which they pair with dirty rice and plantain chips. They even draw from Mexican ingredients, which can be found in dishes such as chorizo mac 'n' cheese. But of course, this is Bar Bistro, so there's just as much attention paid to the selection of spirits. The Northwestern influence is there again with the craft beers, including Fremont Interurban IPA, Deschutes Black Butte Porter, but there's also nationally popular crafts such as Victory Golden Monkey and Left Hand Milk Stout. The specialty cocktails quite literally take center stage on the drink list, and for good reason. Artisanal ingredients flavor many of the elixirs—orgeat syrup sweetens the Swizzle Tizzle's blend of dark and spicy rums, and fresh strawberries and blood-orange liqueur add fruity notes to the Bourbon Kiss.
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    1718 99th Street East
    Tacoma, WA US
  • Dulin's Village Cafe
    Dulin's in Vancouver is a well-known restaurant, offering a familiar vibe with delicious sandwiches and good coffee. It's a culinary destination for customers that want awesome food. No specific attire is required, so feel free to dress casually and comfortably. Also, only cash is accepted, so you'll definitely want to swing by the ATM beforehand. Glancing at the prices, one person won't have any trouble dining for less than $20, and can probably get in and out somewhere in the $10-to-$15 range, if you try. Upon arrival, see if you can try the coffee, as it's frequently gotten rave reviews. In terms of the restaurant itself, if you're searching for the perfect spot for a family gathering (or a birthday meal), it's rated as a nice local option for big groups and families with children. If you're in a hurry, you can always take advantage of the convenient take-out menu. Or, if you just want to pop in for a beverage, the restaurant does have a pretty decent selection at its bar. Specializing in both breakfast and lunch, Dulin's Village Cafe is definitely an appetizing option to quell that next munchies craving. The restaurant is easily reachable by public transit, and visitors who drive have access to a private lot nearby (or can park on the street).
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    1708 Main St
    Vancouver, WA US
  • Bis on Main
    Bis on Main: A User’s Guide Steak and Seafood | French-Italian Cuisine| Extensive Wine List | Late-Night Happy Hour Sample Menu Appetizer: pan-seared foie gras Entree: seared black cod with pan-roasted crimini mushrooms Dessert: blood-orange tart When to Go: late-night happy hour, which happens seven days a week with special pricing for all bar-menu food and drinks. What's on the Walls: Art from a rotating cast of local artists, including Alden Mason, Michael Schultheis, and Lois Silver. Bis on Main partners with Seattle Art Museum’s Rental Sales Gallery, and allows homeowners to rent works from the gallery for up to three months. What to Pair Your Meal With: a selection from the restaurant's acclaimed wine menu with more than 300 varieties. The expansive list has won more than five consecutive Wine Spectator Awards of Excellence Inside Tips If you can't swing a visit every night, try Bis on Main's cookbook, which is chock full of more than 100 beloved recipes. Don't worry about parking; complimentary valet service is located behind the restaurant Vocab Lesson Bolognese: an Italian meat sauce, typically made from onion, celery, carrots, wine, tomatoes, and meat, such as beef or pork While You’re in the Neighborhood: If the works inside Bis has got you in an arty mood, head to the Bellevue Arts Museum (510 Bellevue Way NE) for further art edification. Exhibits have included everything from Madeline Albright's broach collection to modern glassworks fired in kilns.
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    10213 Main St
    Bellevue, WA US
  • Patty's Eggnest and Turkey House
    One of the most-frequented restaurants in Everett, Patty's delivers a delicious menu. The familiar atmosphere and great menu options allow customers to focus on what matters: the terrific food. There's not really a recommended attire, so feel free to dress comfortably. If you're searching for the perfect spot for a family gathering, it's been reviewed as a great local option for big groups and families with kids. A favorite for breakfast, Patty's Eggnest and Turkey House is definitely an appetizing option to satisfy that next munchies craving. Don't worry about trying to find a spot on the street, as visitors to the restaurant do have access to a private parking lot nearby. Should you prefer to pedal over there, bicycle parking's also provided.
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    303 128th St SW
    Everett, WA US

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