by Joel Jacobson
Even if it’s rainy outside, you can still find a good restaurant Seattle
They have the space needle, fish markets; great sports teams, superb coffee, and known for their rainy weather. That doesn’t mean you don’t have to enjoy one of the many fine restaurant Seattle.
For 25 years, an event is Seattle called the “Dine Around Seattle”, lets diners participate in trying out different restaurant Seattle. One of those participating restaurants is Sarafina, which is known for its superb Italian food. Opening in 1991, it’s located between Bastlake and the University and downtown. Its interior is reminiscent of the Tuscan landscape and sultry atmosphere bring diners in from all over the Puget Sound area. Their philosophy is to offer the freshest, highest quality ingredients and present them in an honest and inviting way.
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market, is a restaurant Seattle called Maximilien. It’s a French restaurant that’s very romantic and charming, and has the old world charm of any hideaway in Paris. A panoramic view of Puget Sound, Elliott Bay, West Seattle and the Olympic mountains greets the visitor, all framed by huge picture windows. The cuisine is cooked with French techniques by chefs trained in some of the most prestigious restaurants in France.
Sometimes called Seattle’s most beautiful restaurant, Canlis is a restaurant Seattle you won’t soon forget. Situated on a hill overlooking Lake Union, Canlis has been an institution in the Northwest since 1950. The fireplace was quarried from stone that came from nearby Mt. Baker. It gives great warmth and harmony to the restaurant. With a focus on the freshest offering of each season, Canlis lets the ingredients speak for themselves. They are known for such favorites as famous broiled steaks from the copper grill, Dungeness crab legs, and the Canlis salad.
On the lighter side of things, a cool restaurant Seattle to check out is the Seattle Pyramid Alehouse, brewery and restaurant. The brewery offers over 15 beers on tap, with seasonal favorites. The also have a brewer’s rack if you can’t make up your mind, which is a sampler of five of their most popular brews. They also offer a full menu of classic Brew house cuisine which includes Kettle-brewed soups and brewer’s plates. The location is easy find, right across the street from Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners. You can also take a tour of the alehouse which is a great way to learn about the brewing process, history of Pyramid Brewery, and the best part is you get to try some tasty samples!
There are some outstanding restaurant Seattle to enjoy. If the weather outside happens to be frightful, there’s sure to be a restaurant you can find in Seattle that’s delightful.
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