Restaurants in Washington

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A pioneer of small plate dining in Seattle, James Beard Award-winning chef John Sundstrom established this New American restaurant in 2003. Situated in... Read More

Chef John Sundstrom (who made his name with sister institution - and next-door neighbor - Lark) serves smoked white-been tartine and tuna crudo with lemon. Read More

Tuck into fish-and-chips and hearty burgers. Read More

In a restored farmhouse with valley views, the restaurant serves steaks, burgers, and more inventive dishes like goat-cheese ravioli—all made from... Read More

  Colorful Belltown bistro with a great garden Read More

Thick milkshakes and juicy burgers are the draws at this greasy spoon. Read More

With oversized, arched casement windows overlooking Pike Place Market and its famed clock, Matt's truly is in the heart of the market. The 53-seat... Read More

This downtown steakhouse offers an elegant dining environment, with its dark wood-panelled walls, plush forest-green velvet banquettes, and white... Read More

Vietnam meets the Pacific northwest at Eric and Sophie Bahn's Capitol Hill restaurant. Since 1999, Monsoon has been creating dishes using organic,... Read More

Though vegetarians are plentiful in Olympia, shellfish fans are, too; find them slurping Fanny Bays, from next-door Puget Sound, at the Oyster House. Read More

At this Tacoma after-work institution, guests come for comfort food and solid cocktails. The space is stylish with a sleek curved bar, high top seating,... Read More

This dockside restaurant in Magnolia boasts million-dollar views of Elliott Bay, the Seattle skyline, and Cascade Mountains beyond—it's especially... Read More

The dining room has great meatloaf and buffalo stew, and decent views over the mountain. Read More

The mouthwatering aromas that emanate from this tiny Cuban restaurant have led many strollers to veer inside (even though its unassuming building looks... Read More

This tapas-inspired restaurant opened in 2009. Read More

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