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In the heart of Pike Place Market, Radiator Whiskey Bar features food that brings a smile and drinks in every variety of container and iteration; straight, mixed, bottled, canned and on tap. Step inside Radiator Whiskey and be immersed in Pacific Northwest atmosphere, warm tones, industrial architecture and plenty of natural wood accents including a larger than live whiskey barrel wall.
(21 & over only)
Radiator Whiskey has daily happy hour drink specials and daily rotating meat specials on top of the regular menu. All the dishes are created fresh with options such as apple salad, smoked & fried half chicken, fried pork shank and warm cornbread.
Must be 21 and over.
Please bring valid identifications per Washington state law.
Il Terrazzo Carmine is located in historic Pioneer Square - nestled in an urban-renewed alley with entrances through the vintage lobby on First Avenue or through the delightful courtyard in the back. Since 1984, Carmine Smeraldo's classic Italian restaurant has been where the locals have chosen to return over and over again. From the Carpaccio Di Bue and Spaghettini Dell 'Ortolano for lunch to the Suprema Di Pollo Farcita and Zuppa Di Pesce for dinner you will know you have gone to a place where excellence is a way of life. Arguably the best Italian restaurant in Seattle, Il Terrazzo serves classical Italian cuisine with an atmosphere you may want to call home and never leave
The Nordstrom Grill is located in the heart of Downtown Seattle just a few blocks east of the Historic Pike Place Market on 5th & Pine. The Grill can be found on metro level of the Flagship Nordstrom. Tucked just behind the men’s suit department the Grill offers a variety of American classic comfort food with a modern Pacific Northwest twist.
We are open for dine-in service and to-go orders with Curbside Pickup. Call (206) 628-1620 to place your order or make a reservation.
Join us for Brunch on weekends
We're only a few blocks from the iconic Space Needle, and within a short walk of most of the area's major hotels.
Our culinary team has put together a flavorful New American menu that changes seasonally. We use the freshest locally sourced ingredients from farms in and around our local countryside.
We're also proud to feature a broad selection of local wines, with a focus on the Pacific Northwest. We firmly believe that what grows together, goes together.
Our talented team behind the bar has designed an approachable, playful, and creative cocktail menu that ties in elements from the kitchen to the bar.
Embrace the Pacific Northwest at The George, savoring the freshest seafood from local waters and curated dry-aged meats. Artisan cheeses and vibrant fruits and vegetables are locally sourced. Signature dishes vary with seasons, from summer scallops to classic Steak & Frites.
Honoring the hotel's architecture, The George nods to George B. Post. Renowned Spanish design studio Lázaro Rosa-Violán orchestrates a captivating interior, blending history with timeless aesthetics. Hand-painted tiles, pendant lamp chandeliers, and striking marble floors elevate the ambiance while floor-to-ceiling iron and glass doors complete the vision.
Enjoy Seattle's newest fine-dining experience, complemented with breathtaking views, extensive wine menu, innovative hand-craft cocktails and artistic desserts, in an approachable environment featuring Mid-Century Modern design furnishing throughout the expansive main dining room, cocktail lounge and three private dining rooms.
Charlotte Restaurant & Lounge is located on the 16th floor of LOTTE HOTEL SEATTLE.
Reservations can be made online for up to 8 guests. For reservations of 9 or more, please email us at email@example.com or call 206.800.8117 for information on our large party offerings.
Modern Italian, Oyster Bar, Neopolitan style artisan pizzas, House Made Pastas, Fresh and local seafood.
Cinque Terre is a beautiful area of the Italian Riviera which is comprised of five villages. The towns are connected by medieval style walkable paths. These villages are a favored destination for travelers to Italy where seafood is prevalent. Pesto, a condiment made of fresh basil, is the flagship of tradition in the region. At Cinque Terre, we make our pesto every day from the freshest and top quality ingredients. We always have on the menu, Muscoli (mussels), Polpo (octopus), Gamberi (shrimp) and a variety of seasonal seafood, artisan pizzas along with house-made pastas.
For more large party availability, please call the restaurant directly.
- VYVictoriaYSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 2 days agoFirst time I have eaten here & I will certainly be back & recommend this restaurant to friends. The food was absolutely amazing and the staff very friendly & attentive. It’s a beautiful restaurant inside , very warm & comforting environment .More infoWild Ginger Downtown SeattlePrice: Expensive• Asian• Downtown•4.6
- MMountainmarianneSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoE&C has really upped their game in the last year. Loved the falafel wrap. I requested it without the Tortilla so it made a very tasty salad. My 8 year old granddaughter is very particular about her cheeseburger (absolutely no condiments). She wolfed it down. Sitting in the back room, the noise level was perfect for a lively pre-show dinner.More infoElephant & Castle - SeattlePrice: Moderate• undefined• Downtown•4.2
- OTOpenTable DinervipSeattle / Eastern Washington •15 reviews4.0Dined on Nov 15, 2023Will not return for the costs and quality. Rib-eye was charred and rough. Baked potatoes were the worst we’ve had for $26, just pure dry and crumbly. Side of carrots, it was fine nothing special. Filet mignon was the only great item we had.More infoBourbon Steak SeattlePrice: Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown•4.3
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Everything was greatMore infoThe Capital Grille - SeattlePrice: Very Expensive• Steakhouse• Downtown•4.8
- JDJessicaDvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •13 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Brunch was great- service, food, decor, and ambiance! Will be back for dinner.More infoThe GeorgePrice: Very Expensive• Contemporary American• Downtown•4.5
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