Southern Restaurants in Seattle

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Canyons
15740 Redmond Way
Redmond WA 98052
425-556-1390
Burgers, burritos and beer get busy at this Southwest inspired gathering place for both families and business meetings. Locally owned with Bothell, Mountlake and Monroe locations. ($$)
6.8
3 Reviews
Sazerac
1101 Fourth Avenue
Seattle WA 98101
206-624-7755
Contemporary Southern inspired cooking comes to Seattle at Sazerac. Located in the Hotel Monaco, the ambiance is both classy and charming, yet unpretentious to chow guilt free on fried catfish. ($$$)
8.6
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3 Reviews
1044 116th Ave NE
Bellevue WA 98004
425-453-0888
One of the few Eastside BBQ locations, serving up pork, chicken and turkey BBQ burgers, ribs and southern sides. ($)
6.6
3 Reviews
Milt's BBQ
15163 NE 24TH
Redmond WA 98052
425-643-4443
Chef and owner Milt smokes up some tasty southern BBQ while chatting you up at this no nonsense restaurant. ($)
7.3
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3 Reviews
Dixie's BBQ
11520 Northup Way
Bellevue WA 98004
425-828-2460
Based out of a converted auto shop, Dixie's BBQ has become a Seattle BBQ icon known for great food, good prices, "The Man" hot sauce, and the rascally, good humored owner, Gene Porter. ($)
7.9
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3 Reviews
17323 140th AVE. NE
Woodinville WA 98072
425-485-8960
With strong celebrity endorsements, Seattle's own Ezell's gives the Colonel a run for his money. With fried chicken, tasty sides and fresh baked rolls, Ezell's is a good choice for food on the go. ($)
6.9
3 Reviews
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14455 Woodinville-Redmond Rd.
Woodinville WA 98072
425-486-1957
Tucked in amongst the farms of the Sammamish River Valley, Texas Smokehouse Bar-B-Q offers standard BBQ fare ranging from pulled pork sandwich to smoked sausage platters. ($)
5.9
3 Reviews
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