16 "Mediterranean" Restaurants in Seattle.
For your next casual weeknight dinner, go to Cafe Munir in Ballard for some great Lebanese food.
Grappa is a Mediterranean restaurant and wine bar in Queen Anne that serves seafood and pasta.
Mykonos Grill is an excellent Greek restaurant in Green Lake that serves classics like gyros and falafel.
Aladdin Gyro-Cery is a Mediterranean spot in the University District that serves delicious falafel and gyros.
Nikos Gyros is a Greek restaurant in Beacon Hill that serves a particularly great chicken lemon soup.
Homer is a Mediterranean restaurant in Beacon Hill that serves sharable plates and soft serve ice cream.
Corvus & Co. is a good-looking bar in Capitol Hill that serves great Mediterranean food.
Miri’s Snack Shack is a Mediterranean concession stand at Golden Gardens in Ballard.
Cedars In Capitol Hill is a great takeout option for Indian or Mediterranean food. Get the butter chicken.
Bananas Grill is a Mediterranean fast casual restaurant in Columbia City with excellent gyros.
Head to Ciudad, a Middle Eastern spot in Georgetown, for a solid mezze and grilled meat dinner that won’t be too expensive.
There aren’t many places you can drink froze while sitting on a swing in a rooftop bar, but M Bar in South Lake Union is one of them.
We’d cross the bridge for the Mediterranean food from Garlic Crush in Bellevue.
Cedars In University District is mostly known for takeout lunch, but it’s also a good spot for a lighter-than-usual Indian dinner.