30 "Literally Everyone" restaurants in Seattle.
Eating tongue is fun every once in a while. But you're usually looking for something just as memorable, and way more crowd pleasing. Here are the restaurants that will satisfy (and impress) your artsy roommate, new mother-in-law, and everyone in between.
Urban Family Brewing Co. is a great brewery in Ballard that specializes in sour beer.
Blotto is a Capitol Hill pizza pop-up that operates out of a window in the Broadway Alley building. Get a vodka pie.
Lil Red Takeout & Catering is an excellent Jamaican restaurant in Columbia City that serves some of the best soul food in town.
Cemitas Poblanos in White Center (in a strip mall off 509) makes excellent cemitas using incredible crusty rolls.
Milk Drunk on Beacon Hill serves double-fried chicken sandwiches and delicious soft serve.
Get the dairy-free, ube flavor from Lainai’s, an ice cream shop in Rainier Valley
For incredible spam musubi and plate lunches, go to Kauai Family Restaurant in Georgetown.
Bar Del Corso, a classic Beacon Hill Italian spot, should be your first choice for Neapolitan pizza in the city.
Meet Korean BBQ is a restaurant on Capitol Hill where servers cook various cuts of beef and pork for you on a tabletop grill.
Have a glass of natural wine with your tuna melt at Champagne Diner, an excellent modern diner in Interbay.
Market House is an excellent sandwich shop that serves the best reuben in town.
Windy City Pie is a pizzeria in Phinney Ridge that serves amazing Chicago-style deep dish.
Molly Moon’s is a Seattle ice cream institution. This location’s in Redmond.
Pizzeria Pulcinella is an Italian restaurant in Rainier Beach that serves Neapolitan pizza and pasta.