16 "Southern" Restaurants in Seattle.
Junebaby is the first restaurant in Seattle to serve upscale Southern food - the good news is that it delivers.
Witness is a Southern-style brunch spot in Capitol Hill that makes you feel like you’re in Georgia. That’s a good thing.
Biscuit Bitch is where you go in Pioneer Square for breakfast (or lunch) euphoria. Get the Bitchwich and add gravy.
Percy’s is a Southern bar/restaurant in Ballard with a great patio and a lot of bourbon.
B’s Po Boy is a New Orleans-themed restaurant in West Seattle with a great fried shrimp sandwich (but some other dishes we don’t like as much).
Honest Biscuits is a bakery specializing in different types of biscuits. Get The MacGregor.
Biscuit Bitch is a breakfast spot Downtown with delicious biscuit creations.
Seattle Biscuit Company is a Southern spot that serves biscuit breakfasts all day.
Nate’s Wings & Waffles is a Southern fast-casual spot in the Central District owned by NBA player Nate Robinson.
Fat’s is a casual neighborhood spot with great chicken and waffles in the Central District.
Sisters & Brothers is a dive bar in Georgetown with Pac-Man and Nashville-style hot fried chicken.
Serious Pie & Biscuit in South Lake Union is the upscale pizza spot you know and love, but with insanely good biscuit sandwiches served until 3.
Bok A Bok Chicken in White Center is a little counter-service shack serving Korean fried chicken and Southern side dishes.
Ma’Ono is a Hawaiian-Southern-Korean fusion restaurant in West Seattle with ridiculously good fried chicken. Get the corn too and come with a crowd.
The Sexton is a spot in Ballard for a first date or bar crawl stop. It has a vintage vibe, and the cocktails and Southern bar food are great.