29 "Classic Establishment" restaurants in Seattle.
Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution and has the best sushi in the city.
The Pink Door is part circus burlesque, part Italian restaurant, and is one of the best dining experiences you can have in Seattle.
Kedai Makan is a Malaysian restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves amazing food well worth the long wait times.
Maneki in the International District is one of the oldest restaurants in Seattle. Come here to eat sushi and other Japanese plates in a tatami room.
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
Shiro’s in Belltown will serve you some seriously great sushi - with no pretense, and no distractions.
Market House is an excellent sandwich shop that serves the best reuben in town.
Monster Dog is a hot dog cart in Capitol Hill with a chaotic line on the weekends and the best Seattle dog in town.
Glo’s is a Capitol Hill diner serving giant pancakes and perfect hash browns. Just expect a line to eat them.
For your next casual weeknight dinner, go to Cafe Munir in Ballard for some great Lebanese food.
Beecher’s Handmade Cheese is a downtown staple in Pike Place Market with great mac and cheese and panini.
Matt’s In The Market is a Pike Place institution for seafood and upscale American dishes.
Ray’s doesn’t have the best seafood in Seattle (or even Ballard), but when the sun comes out, the patio here is where you want to be.
Paseo is a legendary Caribbean sandwich shop in Fremont. You’ll like it, but it’s not the best Carribbean sandwich in Seattle - that’s Un Bien.
14 Carrot Cafe is a classic Eastlake diner that serves breakfast and lunch. Get the carrot cake pancakes.