The Seattle cityscape is changing fast, with the brand new tunnel and an exciting waterfront experience to follow. Miner’s landing at Pier 57 has been a culinary mainstay in Seattle, and now is joined by one of Seattle’s most celebrated chefs upping the game at Fisherman’s Restaurant and Bar.
I’m always on the lookout for the best patio in Seattle. While I tend to avoid hotel restaurants—a somewhat unfounded bias I can’t seem to drop—I had to check out the new lakefront kitchen and bar boasting the best Lake Washington waterfront dining and cocktails.
Having lived in the Seattle area my entire life and because eating is one of my favourite hobbies, I have eaten at most of the restaurants around here. I can usually come up with a few recommendations for each cuisine and neighborhood fairly easily—with one exception: seafood.
Regional Italian cuisine in a warm, neighborhood atmosphere.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Ristorante Picolinos, located in Ballard’s Sunset Hill neighborhood. The restaurant feels like an Italian country villa with a red brick exterior and iron-framed archways. The main dining room feels cozy with families happily munching on wood-fired
Some of the finest seafood in Seattle.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar, owned by the renowned Chef John Howie. With two locations — one in Bellevue downtown and one in Westlake, an elegant seafood dining experience awaits. From fresh oysters to sushi and cooked seafood entrees, Seastar
Fresh Northwest cuisine with local market ingredients.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Matt’s in the Market, founded in 1996 and drawing a loyal crowd with its creative cuisine. Located in the heart of Pike Place Market with breathtaking views of Elliot Bay, Matt’s uses many market ingredients as well as sustainable and seasonal local produce.
Enjoy Pacific Northwest oysters and sustainable seafood at this iconic waterfront destination.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Elliott’s Oyster House, an iconic establishment on the Seattle waterfront since 1975. Elliott’s has earned a national repuation for seafood specialties such as sustainable Dungeness crab, wild salmon, Alaskan halibut, and Pacific Northwest shellfish – including their star attraction, oysters.