Local sourcing is more than a trend in the Seattle dining scene, where restaurants regularly list purveyors and farms on the menu. The city's vibrant... Read More
Local sourcing is more than a trend in the Seattle dining scene, where restaurants regularly list purveyors and farms on the menu. The city's vibrant culinary landscape is fueled by the popularity of Pike Place Market, which is filled with colorful food stalls and also houses some of the best restaurants in Seattle. Meanwhile, the Pacific Rim location lends itself to a hearty Asian food scene, and open kitchens across the city invite diners to see chefs at work. While there are a seemingly endless amount of places to eat in Seattle, some restaurants here warrant coming back again and again. Portage Bay Cafe is known for their breakfast bar and long, worth-the-wait lines for brunch; The Pink Door hosts circus and cabaret performances. And if the thought of exploring all the pop-up restaurants and food trucks sounds too overwhelming, just go to Nue, which is a street food-fueled restaurant devoted to bringing Seattleites the best under-the-radar dishes from around the world.