- BBernieSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoBest Silver Salmon we had anywhere. Prepared just right with a Smokey sauce just delicious. Service was great too! We’ll definitely be back in October when crab is in season.More infoAnthony's HomePort - Everett.Price: Moderate• Seafood• Everett•4.7
- CFColumbiaFoodievipNashville •26 reviews5.0Dined 6 days agoOur brunch experience was perfect from start to finish. Our server was knowledgeable about the menu and very positive energy. The crudo and the Caesar salad with crab was as good as any of the 4 have ever had. The bottles of wine were priced fairly and the entrees were diverse but wonderful across the board, lasagna, papradelle with bolognese, ciopino were all fantastic. We finished with a shared butterscotch desert and Spanish coffee which were great. The meal, the atmosphere and the service were 5 star from start to finish. I have no trouble leaving a poor review if merited but this place is one that you must visit if in Seattle.More infoThe Pink DoorPrice: Expensive• Italian• Belltown / Pike Place Market•4.8
- JHJordanH1 review4.0Dined on Sep 17, 2023Prime rib was awesome. Lobster was good and affordable a little chewy but still good great serviceMore infoThe Landing - Quil Ceda Creek CasinoPrice: Expensive• American• Tulalip•4.4
- KPKarenPSeattle / Eastern Washington •24 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Son selected for birthday dinner. We know that Blackfish is super consistent on their menu! High quality ingredients = worth paying a little more for a great meal.More infoBlackfish at Tulalip Resort CasinoPrice: Expensive• Seafood• Tulalip•4.9
- CBCarolynBHawaii •12 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 27, 2020We had the garlic shrimp, Mongolian beef and honey walnut shrimp. All three dishes were really good. Portions are not large and prices are a bit in the high side. Worth going back to.More infoJourneys East at Tulalip Resort CasinoPrice: Moderate• Asian• Tulalip•4.2
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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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Tulalip is a small, beachside community in Snohomish County, Washington. This resort area features locally owned and operated restaurants offering fresh seafood, including salmon and tuna. The area is also known for its proximity to the Tulalip Reservation, which encompasses 22,000 acres along the I-5 corridor. There are many small diners located along this corridor that feature locally grown produce and traditional Native American foods of the Tulalip tribe, including cornbread, fry bread, venison jerky and succotash. Outside of the reservation, there are a number of family-owned restaurants serving traditional American fare and comfort foods such as foot-long hot dogs topped with chili and cheese, chicken pot pie, bison burgers with bacon and cheese and slices of cherry or apple pie made with local ingredients.
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