Seattle / Eastern Washington Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants

Seattle / Eastern Washington Creole / Cajun / Southern Restaurants
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Percy's & Co - Seattle
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Ballard / Fremont
12 reviews


A blend of restaurant and bar with an atmosphere true to Old Town Ballard. With a "Farm to Table" and a "Farm to Bar" base, Percy's focuses on local, sustainable and seasonal ingredients in both they cocktails and their food. The food program is lead by Chef Derek May, his approach to food is unexpected while remaining very straight forward and approachable. The bar program, with its apothecary inspired libations incorporates seasonal produce, juices & purees made fresh daily and herbal tinctures in creating incredibly innovative cocktails by combining out of the ordinary ingredients and house infused spirits.


Toulouse Petit Kitchen & Lounge
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Queen Anne
121 reviews

Centered around the cuisine, decor and imagery of the French Quarter and New Orleans and creating the feel of the Big Easy, Toulouse is one of the most intricate and ambitiously built restaurants in a generation.

Our expansive menus offer culinary diversity and range from traditional Creole and French Quarter menu choices to traditional Parisian and French countryside preparations to more innovative dishes that are entirely unique to Toulouse.

At Toulouse we are tremendously committed to offering value in all of its various forms, which includes our intricate and texturally rich decor, cuisine prepared with discipline and skill, fabulous cocktails, a diverse Northwest and French centered wine list, unrepeatable and unique people, and accessible prices in an adult escapist and community environment.

Marcela's Creole Cookery
Creole / Cajun / Southern | Downtown
12 reviews

Marcela's Creole Cookery opened in 2008 featuring authentic New Orleans cuisine as well as other cajun dishes. The restaurant is a partnership between Anthony McDonald, who brings 25 years of experience in the restaurant industry in New Orleans as well as many of his family's recipes, & Marcela Fuenzalida, who adds five years experience as co-owner of a restaurant along with 25 years in the financial industry.

Marcela's Creole Cookery's authentic creole flavors & outstanding service has received local & national recognition, placing it amongst Seattle finest locally owned restaurants. In 2009 Marcela's Creole Cookery was honored with a menu exhibit at The Southern Food & Beverage Museum in New Orleans for bringing authentic Creole flavors to the Pacific Northwest in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. It has also received four star reviews from several local publications in the Seattle area as well as the The Food Network Magazine.