Downtown Restaurants

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The Oceanaire
1700 7th Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
206-267-2277
Centrally located in downtown Seattle, The Oceanaire is extremely well known for fantastic seafood, excellent staff and an amazing variety of fresh fish. ($$$$)
8.5
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2 Reviews
O'Asian Kitchen
800 5th Ave
Seattle WA 98104
206-264-1789
Dim Sum takes on a new meaning with O'Asian, a chic and trendy spot in Seattle downtown's financial district. Sporting impressive architecture and fine tasting dishes, O'Asian impresses on all levels. ($$)
8.2
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4 Reviews
316 Virginia
Seattle WA 98121
206-838-7388
Serious Pie, the Tom Douglas take on the classic Pizzeria, dishes out pizza (clearly), Italian sweets, beers & wines. Unique pizza toppings include penn cove mussels, pork belly, pancetta & more. ($$)
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Andaluca
407 Olive Way
Seattle WA 98101
206-382-6999
Located at the base of the Mayflower Hotel, Andaluca Chef Wayne Johnson serves a mix of Northwest seafood with Mediterranean inspirations in an environment that is moody, yet warmly inviting. ($$$$)
8.3
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3 Reviews
Tulio Ristorante
1100 Fifth Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
206-624-5500
Located in the heart of Downtown Seattle, Tulio Ristorante offers up some of the best Italian-inspired food and is only a few minutes away from 5th Avenue and Benaroya Hall. ($$$)
8.3
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4 Reviews
1010 First Ave.
Seattle WA 98104
206-357-9000
In the heart of downtown Seattle, Boka offers a pleasant blend of urban American entrees in an equally enjoyable setting reminiscent of a 1950's lounge. ($$$)
7.3
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3 Reviews
Le Pichet
1933 1st Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
206-256-1499
Gruyere cheese, imported wine, and snug accommodations make Le Pichet a great spot for those looking for some good French food doesn't require a trip halfway around the world. ($$)
7.4
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3 Reviews
Restaurant Zoe
2137 2nd Avenue
Seattle WA 98121
206-256-2060
Nestled in central Belltown, Zoe offers plenty of contemporary American food in a comfortable, gregarious atmosphere while the bar provides tasty, unique concoctions like sage margaritas. ($$$)
8.1
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4 Reviews
1936 Harbor Avenue. S.W.
Seattle WA 98126
206-937-1600
Known for its fantastic weekend brunch and top notch seafood options, Salty's is undoubtedly a Seattle institution perfect for locals and visitors alike. Just make sure to have those reservations. ($$$$)
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Brasa
2107 Third Ave
Seattle WA 98121
206-728-4220
Deep in the heart of Belltown, Brasa (old French for "coal ember") offers style, wines and a comfortable atmosphere that evokes a Mediterranean air. ($$$$)
7.4
4 Reviews
Crepe De France
93 Pike St Suite 204
Seattle WA 98101
206-624-2196
Flying fish and fresh produce are not the only things you find in Pike Place Market. Crepe de France offers up a respectable number of crepes that are sure to satisfy your appetite. ($$)
7.4
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2 Reviews
901 Fairview Ave. N
Seattle WA 98109
206-223-2722
Chandler's Crab is the seafood branch of the Schwartz Brothers Restaurant chain. In business over 20 years, it is one of the best places for crab you'll find in Seattle. ($$$$)
8.8
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2 Reviews
Wann  Japanese Izakaya
2020 2nd Avenue
Seattle WA 98121
206-441-5637
A modern styled izakaya, Wann serves a delicious mix of contemporary Japanese cuisine in a dark and sexy atmosphere. Traditional and sushi are still here, but don't expect California rolls. ($$)
8.4
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1 Reviews
Il Fornaio
600 Pine Street
Seattle WA 98101
206-264-0994
Located in Pacific Place, this Il Fornaio offers a fine dining service and ambiance with surprisingly good eats for a mall restaurant. With a beautiful interior and views, it's great for dates. ($$$)
8.6
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4 Reviews
1112 Fourth Ave.
Seattle WA 98101
206-264-6060
With its focus on the clashing of sweet and savory flavors, Earth and Ocean has much to offer including an impressive selection of house made charcuterie (a tasty assortment of preserved meats.) ($$$$)
7.6
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3 Reviews
Campagne
86 Pine St.
Seattle WA 98101
206-728-2800
Considered by most to be the grandfather of fine dining in Seattle, Campagne has been a common starting point for both romantic French evenings as well as some of Seattle's best chefs. ($$$$)
8.2
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4 Reviews
Sazerac
1101 Fourth Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
206-624-7755
Contemporary Southern inspired cooking comes to Seattle at Sazerac. Located in the Hotel Monaco, the ambiance is both classy and charming, yet unpretentious to chow guilt free on fried catfish. ($$$)
8.6
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3 Reviews
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