67 "Impressing Out of Towners" restaurants in Seattle.
Sushi Kashiba is a Seattle institution and has the best sushi in the city.
There are a lot of oysters in Seattle, and Walrus And The Carpenter has some of the very best. Hit the Ballard spot for excellent seafood and drinks.
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.
Deep Dive is an underwater-themed bar in South Lake Union that has excellent cocktails and fancy small plates.
Kamonegi is an excellent Japanese restaurant in Fremont that serves homemade soba and tempura.
Opus Co. is a tiny neighborhood restaurant in Greenwood serving food that’s both highly creative and delicious.
Is getting in line for pasta at 10:30am on a weekday crazy? Maybe. But this is what you have to do at Il Corvo in Pioneer Square, and it’s worth it.
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.
Ba Bar in Central District is our favorite Vietnamese spot in town. Hit it late-night for best results.
Marination is the concession stand from you childhood, but with actually great Korean fusion food - and the best views in Seattle.
New Luck Toy is a great bar in West Seattle with skee-ball, karaoke, tiki drinks, an explosion of decorations, and incredible Chinese food.
Shiro’s in Belltown will serve you some seriously great sushi - with no pretense, and no distractions.
Dino’s is one of few places in Seattle that knows how to do New York pizza. It’s one of our favorite spots in Cap Hill for dinner and drinks.