116 "Big Groups" restaurants in Seattle.
At No Anchor in Belltown, you don’t have to choose between excellent beer and excellent food - you get them both.
La Cocina Oaxaceña is the reliable Mexican restaurant you need in your life.
Have your next group dinner at Joule, the Korean steakhouse in Wallingford. The huge menu has enough options to keep everyone happy.
Westward is a place that will make you excited to live in Seattle. (Or consider buying property here ASAP.)
D’La Santa is a family-owned Mexican spot in Capitol Hill that’s easy to miss, but worth going out of your way for.
Mamnoon in Capitol Hill makes the best Mediterranean food in Seattle, and also works for just about any dining situation.
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
Bramling Cross is an excellent gastropub in Ballard where you could take your parents or a date.
Trove is a Capitol Hill Korean barbecue place that’s one of Seattle’s best restaurants for DIY meat-grilling.
We’d cross the bridge for the Mediterranean food from Garlic Crush in Bellevue.
Momiji is a Capitol Hill sushi spot that works for a low-key happy hour, but also a sake-filled birthday dinner.
Windy City Pie in Interbay doesn’t have the best location, but their Chicago-style pizza is worth the trip.
If you’re looking for Mexican food and a fun environment, Barrio in Capitol Hill is a great choice.
Pho Bac Sup Shop is a Vietnamese spot in the International District serving some seriously great pho and bar snacks.
Our choice for Ramen in the University District is Hokkaido Ramen Santouka.