- OTOpenTable DinerSan Francisco Bay Area •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoGreta has been a server there for 17 years. I went in there once for the first time a year ago and I was lucky enough to have her again on my most recent second visit. She suggested the very best highlights of the menu and was even able to have them recreate an amazing off-menu squid ink pasta and prawn Calabrian chili dish that I got my very first time in. It was delightful because I had been thinking about that dish ever since that first time I had it a year ago. If you’re ever in Seattle, make sure you get a reservation for The Pink Door. It’s beyond excellent in every way. Every bite of everything we ordered was exquisite. From the scallops, to the affogato dessert, and every appetizer we had in between. This place is fabulous.More infoThe Pink DoorPrice: Expensive• Italian• Belltown / Pike Place Market•4.8
- LRLindaRHawaii •5 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoGreat rib eye steak and seafood salad. So good and service was amazing. Beautiful decor. Highly recommend getting reservations since it is busy on concert nights.More infoThe ClearwaterPrice: Expensive• Contemporary American• Poulsbo•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 5 days agoAmazing food & service! Small space, so it can get a lil noisy, but amazing...More infoSan FermoPrice: Very Expensive• Italian• Ballard•4.7
- SScottHawaii •5 reviews4.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Great food and friendly service…just a bit of a long time between seating, drink order, food order etc.More infoGrappa - SeattlePrice: Expensive• Mediterranean• Queen Anne•4.7
- YDYuliaDLos Angeles •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023This is my favorite restaurant in Seattle area. The complexity of their many and dishes, which burst with flavor is just unmatched for me. Someone once mentioned that the owner was thinking of writing a cooking book. Let’s say I would buy in a second.More infoToulouse Petit Kitchen & LoungePrice: Expensive• American• Queen Anne•4.7
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Poulsbo, Washington is renowned for its Scandinavian heritage and the popular downtown tourist area known as "Little Norway." While the facades in the neighborhood reflect the Old World, the food of the area is highly contemporary. Of course, Norwegian food isn't hard to find, whether you want to snack on a traditional kringla or enjoy some expertly cooked Norwegian mackerel. But this idyllic harbor town offers a lot more than mackerel, with several top-rated fish houses offering everything from Friday night fries to more upscale seafood. Scandinavian food and fish are hardly a surprise here. What does surprise most visitors is the abundance of authentic Mexican cuisine with more than one taqueria tucked into the historic district.
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