- OTSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined on Nov 26, 2023We were a party of 3 , celebrating a birthday & just finding time in our busy schedules to catch up & relax with nice Pot of Tea with a Classic 3 tiered food which includes soup, sandwiches , dessert & scones … Yes we’ll be back .More infoMy Cup of TeaPrice: Moderate• Afternoon Tea• Burlington•4.9
- TBTrishBSeattle / Eastern Washington •9 reviews5.0Dined on May 27, 2023We always pay a visit to Skagit Cellars when we are in La Conner. The wine is good and the service is outstanding. Russell makes everyone feel like they are old friends. Alicia waited on us during our last visit and she was very friendly and attentive. They had live music one evening while we were in town & it was so much fun. Michael Dayvid played and he was amazing. If we lived closer we would definitely be members of this winery.More infoSkagit CellarsPrice: Expensive• Winery• La Conner•4.6
- JDJanaDSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Fabulous Menus NorthWest Cusine , beautiful viewMore info13moonsPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Anacortes•4.7
- CCaraCalifornia Central Coast •3 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Great place for a delicious & relaxing drink & dinner! Love the ambience and charm of this historic inn with great views!More infoCaptain Whidbey RestaurantPrice: Expensive• Northwest• Whidbey Island•4.6
- HHHowardHSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023First time here. Loaded up from Sequim. Perfect day with a perfect lunch stop!More infoAnthony's - Cap Sante MarinaPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Anacortes•4.5
LGBTQ-Owned and -Operated Restaurants to Support in Seattle
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.
12 top date night restaurants in Seattle
Seattle’s romantic restaurants show that with market-fresh plates, Northwestern wines, and some mood lighting, sparks can fly in the Emerald City. Set the stage for a monumental moment with exquisite seafood at a kaiseki spot in Belltown. In Pike/Pine, whisk a date away on a whirlwind trip to not-quite Greece. Or share a plate of hand-cut noodles to celebrate a special occasion at an acclaimed Piedmont trattoria. Even though most people in town consider fancy flannel dressing up, these places serve you a splash of something sexier. Read on for a guide to Seattle’s 12 most romantic restaurants to book now.
5 Must-Book Restaurants in Seattle
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.
The Best Places to Grab a Drink in Seattle
Like the dazzling Emerald City itself, Seattle’s bar scene is a lot of things at once: it is a craft beer haven, teems with celebrated grunge dives, and boasts wine lists featuring the best of Washington’s locally produced bottles. No matter your drink of choice, there is a speakeasy, wine bar, or brewery for whatever strikes your fancy. Find your next drink at one of these innovative bars focused on craft, quality, and, of course, good times.
Discover the Top Women-Led Restaurants in the U.S. and Canada
There’s no better way to celebrate International Women’s Day than by paying a visit to one of these great restaurants — all helmed by women as chefs, managers, or owners. From running kitchens to managing multiple venues, these exceptional women are leaving their mark on the hospitality industry.
The Top 9 Seattle Restaurants for Outdoor Dining
For much of the year, Seattle is gray, a bit cold—and yes, rainy. But from May to September, sunshine and warm temps transform the city. Across Seattle, there are many perfect patios for sipping cocktails, lakeside venues with skyline views and fresh seafood, and cozy backyards to enjoy al fresco dining. So while the sunshine doesn’t last long in the Emerald City, as summer inches closer, here are a few of the best places in the city to visit for excellent food and drinks outside.
The 10 Greatest Restaurants in Seattle
There’s great seafood to be consumed in Seattle, but it’s only the beginning of what the Emerald City has to offer. Boasting one of the country’s most creative and diverse dining scenes, Seattle is dedicated to sourcing locally—from land to sea. Storied restaurants, from Canlis, the pinnacle of Pacific Northwestern fine-dining, to chic modern hangouts like the Walrus and the Carpenter, prove Seattle’s range and prowess. And even as the city’s changed over the last decade, growing and evolving under a massive tech boom, its soul remains as vibrant and bold as ever.
The Top Restaurants by Cuisine in Seattle
Whether it’s a margherita pizza or sashimi you seek, here are the best places by cuisine type, according to our tastemakers.
Discover La Conner
Located in the North Puget Sound region, La Conner is a historic waterfront town with an emphasis on locally owned shops and restaurants. The natural beauty of mountains, islands,and water provide a scenic backdrop to restaurants serving fresh organic produce, locally caught seafood and artisan breads and cheeses. Despite embracing the small town feel, La Conner has a surprising number of options from restaurants with hearty breakfasts and cozy cafes serving fresh pastries and lattes to romantic restaurants offering local seafood options. Many of La Conner's restaurants are located on First Street along the waterfront, where diners can enjoy prime rib and some of the best seafood in Skagit County.