- OTOpenTable DinerSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoChill vibes and delicious food! Rarely do I see kushi oysters, kumamoto oysters, bone marrow, and steak tartare on a menu and done well. The octopus served with fried fingerlings, calabrian chickpea purée, and pickled peppers was also a perfect harmony. The prawn risotto had a lot of flavor but it seemed like there was a cup of corn mixed in and it overpowered the dish for me. I was worried the Black Forest cake and popcorn creme brûlée might be too much but it was the perfect serving and it was beautifully done. I can’t wait to come back and try more of the menu.More infoSalt & IronPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Edmonds•4.6
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoGreat food. Thur burrata was a bit small for what they charge. Service was hands off but quick when needed.More infoFire & The FeastPrice: Moderate• Italian• Edmonds•4.7
- SSSueSSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoWe sat out on the patio, it was lovely, the heaters out there made it very pleasant. The food & service were fabulous!More infoSan FermoPrice: Very Expensive• Italian• Ballard•4.7
- VLVimL1 review5.0Dined 3 days agoEvery single food that we ordered taste so good. Our server was very knowledgeable and always on top on all of our requests and orders. I forgot his name but thank you so much for your excellent service last night. This is our first time here and Im glad I brought the whole family to celebrate with us. We ordered these foods/drinks: 2 Italian sodas (cherry/almond and almond) Lemonade (this was so refreshing!) Antipasto of the house-full (4 people shared this and 🤌🏼) PINK DOOR CAESAR The grilled chicken was so soft 🤤 LINGUINE ALLE VONGOLE (baby clams w/ shell and pasta. I didnt try this because Im allergic to shellfish but my husband said this is 🤌🏼 too) LASAGNA PINK DOOR ( I wanted to order 5 or this thats how good it is 🤌🏼🤌🏼🤌🏼🤌🏼🤌🏼) PAPPARDELLE AL RAGÙ BOLOGNESE My least favorite but still taste good. I think my taste buds are so overwhelmed by the time Ive tried this that why. CIOPPINO PINK DOOR If you love seafood and shellfish, this is the best as per my husband and in-laws. My 3-year-old son also had linguine and red sauce with meatball and their TUSCAN FRIES & FRIED HERBS 🤌🏼 🤤THE BEST DESSERT EVER🤤 TOASTED ALMOND FLAVORED MOCHA AFFOGATO! We will for sure come back and will try other food on their menu. I wanted to try them all last night 😅🤤More infoThe Pink DoorPrice: Expensive• Italian• Belltown / Pike Place Market•4.8
- DMDandMAvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •9 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoAlways a favorite of ours. The only negative is the lack of parking. Had to park across the street this time.More infoFIVE Restaurant BistroPrice: Moderate• Northwest• Edmonds•4.8
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OpenTable gives restaurants the ability to celebrate their identity on their restaurant profile—making it even easier for you to find LGBTQ-owned and -operated restaurants to support from coast to coast. Book a table at one of these spots to dine out (and proud!) for Pride month and beyond.
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Despite economic challenges, restaurant openings currently outpace closures in the Seattle area. The exciting new crop mirrors the Emerald City’s own diversity, and includes a swanky, American brasserie at the city’s revamped Fairmont Olympic Hotel, a Moroccan restaurant in the heart of Pike Place Market, and a family-run Vietnamese joint in Haller Lake. Here are five hot spots to book in Seattle right now.
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Anybody who has walked through Kingston understands the feeling: sometimes it feels like Seattle is less of a city and more of a network of interconnected neighborhoods. Kingston has a variety of restaurants to suit every taste, leaving behind the "big city" vibe in favor of neighborhood favorites. While you're in Kingston, make it a point to enjoy a local microbrew along with small-plate specialties. People who can't get enough fish will find their fill in Kingston, too. There are several unique international offerings, including traditional French crepes and even surprisingly authentic carne asada tacos. Even those who just want a simple, unpretentious hamburger or a slice of pizza are in luck.
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