The Corson Building is an elegant, early-20th-century home that now houses a restaurant. The antique-looking inside space is full of vintage decor and candles, and the terrace has wood nymph sculptures and a beautiful garden. (Weddings are often hosted in the backyard.) The Corson Building is only open Thursday through Sunday - with Thursday and Friday being à la carte days, and Saturday and Sunday being prix fixe days. Either way, the New American food is all incredible and worth the steep price tag. Just be sure to make a reservation.
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The Woods, a beer and cider bar attached to Two Beers Brewing in Georgetown, has lots of games and great pub snacks from Bread & Circuses.
Star Brass Lounge
Star Brass Lounge is a divey pub with excellent American bar food. Get the double tavern burger.
Deep Sea Sugar And Salt
Deep Sea Sugar And Salt is a fantastic bakery in Georgetown that serves whole cakes and slices.
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King Philly Cheesesteaks
King Philly is a restaurant on Beacon Hill that serves delicious cheesesteaks of all types, from beef to plant-based.
Sam’s Tavern is a dive bar on Capitol Hill originally owned by the founder of Red Robin that serves delicious burgers and bar food.
Sisters And Brothers
Sisters & Brothers is a dive bar in Georgetown with Pac-Man and Nashville-style hot fried chicken.
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The Pink Door
The Pink Door is part circus burlesque, part Italian restaurant, and is one of the best dining experiences you can have in Seattle.
Head to Ciudad, a Middle Eastern spot in Georgetown, for a solid mezze and grilled meat dinner that won’t be too expensive.
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