Restaurants in Washington
Handmade doughnuts and fine coffee are an heirloom craft at Top Pot, which now boasts six cafés in the greater Puget Sound area.
Located along the South Lake Union Trolley line, this pizzeria uses century-old artisan traditions and imported ingredients to craft authentic Neapolitan pies.
Located in the American Legion building across from Heritage Park in down, Water Street Café & Bar serves contemporary American food in a casual setting. The homey interior has a fireplace, wooden tables, and chandeliers, while the open air patio is suitable seating for warmer months.
This dark den sits at the top of Queen Anne Hill, its wood-slatted walls and cork tabletops evoking a vineyard barrel room vibe. The space is diminutive – just 30 seats – as is the succinct menu, which showcases a daily-changing lineup of simple, rustic Italian fare.
The restaurant serves unusual pub grub (try the free-range emu burgers), and locally brewed organic ales.
Croissants are the signature item at James and Klaire Miller's tiny cafe, although they serve a variety of other baked goods, including Russian tea cookies and pain au chocolat. The line for this Ballard eatery often stretches out the door, and supplies are limited, so arriv
Thick milkshakes and juicy burgers are the draws at this greasy spoon.
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, and mod tubular lighting fixtures.
A cupcake bakery, Vérité coffeehouse, and gathering place wrapped up in one, Cupcake Royale in the Madrona neighborhood opened in 2003 as Seattle's first cupcake shop.
Tuck into fish-and-chips and clam chowder at this waterfront restaurant.