Shultzy’s is a German pub that’s a little all over the place. There are sausage plates that come with creole gumbo, Philly-style cheesesteaks, and an atrociously strong drink known as “slamminade,” which tastes like life handed somebody lemons and a handle of cheap vodka. But after a night of drinking, there’s not much better than stumbling in for a big brat sandwich, and covering it with beer cheese and ranch. Wash it down with a slamminade.
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Thai Tom is a cash-only Thai restaurant in the University District that serves great noodles.
Sizzle & Crunch
Sizzle & Crunch is a fast-casual Vietnamese restaurant that serves banh mi sandwiches, rice bowls, and salads.
Xi’an Noodles is a Chinese restaurant in the University District that serves noodles, soups, dumplings, and sandwiches.
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Floating Bridge Brewing
Floating Bridge Brewery is a beer bar in the University District that serves sandwiches from Brass Knuckle Bistro.
Cafe Hitchcock is an all-day coffee shop downtown serving sandwiches, salads, and grain bowls.
North Star Diner & Shanghai Room
North Star Diner & Shanghai Room in Greenwood is the coolest 24-hour diner in the city.
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Rhein Haus is your stereotypical biergarten in Capitol Hill, and it’s great. There’s a patio, glass boots for beer, and comically large pretzels.
Tavern Hall is a great happy hour spot in Bellevue with hand shuffleboard and really good nachos.
Calozzi’s Cheesesteaks is a small shack on the side of the road in Georgetown serving authentic Philly-style cheesesteak sandwiches.
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