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17 Sit-Down Restaurants Where You Can Have A Nice Meal With Kids
Where to have a sit-down meal with children in Seattle.
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My Friend Derek's
My Friend Derek's is an underground pizza operation in Fremont that serves the best Detroit-style pan pies in Seattle.
Great State Burger
Great State Burger is pretty good now that it was bought by the Sea Creatures team—order a double cheeseburgers with crinkle fries and a chocolate malt with confidence if you find yourself in Ballard.
Tai Tung Restaurant
Tai Tung is a Chinese restaurant in the International District that serves family-style food. Get the almond chicken no matter what.
Bizzarro Italian Cafe
Bizzarro in Wallingford kind of looks like a circus-themed horror movie set, and it somehow works. Probably because the Italian food is so good.
Little Ting’s Dumplings
When you’re looking for large quantities of delicious Chinese dumplings, Little Ting’s Dumplings on the outskirts of Shoreline is where you want to be.
Tubs Gourmet Sub Sandwiches
Tubs is a sandwich shop in Bothell where the already-excellent subs come with sides of ranch, BBQ sauce, and/or jus for dipping.
As hard as it might be to hear, the burgers at Dick's Drive-In aren't great. Even so, there's still a time and place for a deluxe and oil-soaked sack of fries at this classic Wallingford fast food institution.
Magnuson Cafe & Brewery
Magnuson Cafe & Brewery is a restaurant in Sand Point that serves bar food and homemade beer.
West Of Chicago Pizza Company
West Of Chicago Pizza Company is a great pizzeria in West Seattle that specializes in deep dish and cracker-thin tavern pies.
Nutty Squirrel Gelato
If you're in a pinch for Italian ice cream in Greenwood, you have no choice but Nutty Squirrel. That's not necessarily a bad thing, but there's better gelato out there.
If you're in South Lake Union and require mochi donuts, Mochinut will come in handy.
Red Mill Burgers
For some stupendous charbroiled burgers in Seattle, Red Mill in Phinney Ridge is an absolute classic. And don't you dare skip a milkshake and onion rings.
Watershed Pub & Kitchen
If you're stuck with dinner indecision, Watershed Pub in Northgate is the best place to be, whether you're in the mood for New York-style pizza or a phenomenal beer bread grilled cheese.
If you're in the mood for a popsicle, Seattle Pops in Wallingford is the only answer.
Delish Ethiopian Cuisine
Delish is a terrific Ethiopian restaurant in Hillman City that’s open late on the weekends.
Bok A Bok Fried Chicken
Bok A Bok Chicken in White Center is a little counter-service shack serving Korean fried chicken and Southern side dishes.
Voi Cà Phê
Voi Cà Phê is a cafe in Georgetown that serves a short menu of outstanding bánh mì and iced coffee.
The Best Ice Cream In Seattle
When you'll stop at nothing for a scoop of something frozen, here's where to go.
Emma & Otto’s Ice Cream
Emma & Otto's is an excellent ice cream shop on Bainbridge Island that serves homemade flavors scooped into cinnamon waffle cones.
Sunny Hill is a pizza spot in the Sunset Hill area of Ballard that serves both round and square pies, burgers, and weekend brunch.
Dough Joy is a vegan bakeshop that specializes in delicious plant-based yeasted donuts alongside espresso drinks.
Creamy Cone Cafe
Creamy Cone Cafe is a scoop shop in Rainer Beach with friendly staff and incredible lemon raspberry cheesecake ice cream.
The Pastry Project
The Pastry Project is an organization in Pioneer Square that provides baking training to those who face barriers—they also host pastry classes for the public, and operate a soft serve window in the summer.
Baiten is a dessert shop located inside Tamari Bar on Capitol Hill that serves soft serve, fruit sandwiches, and other Japanese treats.