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The Best Walk-In Only Restaurants For Date Night (When You Didn’t Make A Reservation)
Don’t compete with the reservation crowd. Go to one of these spots instead.
Where To Get A Last-Minute Group Dinner On Capitol Hill
Get into these 10 spots on the hill without a wait.
The Last-Minute Group Dinner Guide
If you need to grab a table on short notice, try one of these spots.
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Pig Iron Burger Shack
This Georgetown burger spot doesn't serve any beef—instead, their patties are made from pork, and the result makes for a lunch to write about longingly in your diary.
Get your hands dirty at Crawfish House, a Viet-Cajun seafood spot in White Center.
Proletariat Pizza is a great choice for slices and pies before a night out in White Center.
La Dive is a bar on Capitol Hill that serves natural wine, boozy slushies, champagne bongs, and Eastern European small plates.
Young's in White Center is a diner that has it all—they serve American breakfast classics alongside a full menu of Thai and Chinese dishes.
Fuji Sushi in the International District is a solid spot for Japanese and Korean food at the same time.
Located next to Yoroshiku in Wallingford, this exciting yakitori bar is where you should come for a big night out involving grilled skewers and yuzu margaritas. Just be prepared to wait.
Cornuto is a Neapolitan pizzeria in Greenwood that serves great pies—If it's nice out, sit on their back patio.
D’ La Santa
D’La Santa is a family-owned Mexican spot on Capitol Hill that’s easy to miss, but worth going out of your way for.
The Sushi Samurai
The Sushi Samurai is a completely vegan sushi restaurant in Queen Anne that you should prioritize for their faux prawn rolls.
Delish Ethiopian Cuisine
Delish is a terrific Ethiopian restaurant in Hillman City that’s open late on the weekends.
Massawa Eritrean And Ethiopian Restaurant
Massawa is an Ethiopian restaurant in Columbia City that we especially love for breakfast.
Hae-Nam Kalbi & Calamari
Hae-Nam Kalbi & Calamari in Shoreline is a Korean restaurant where you should have your next big group meal.
Lady Jaye is an excellent BBQ restaurant and bar in West Seattle.
Billiard Hoang is a great Vietnamese restaurant in Columbia City with a pool hall and excellent $6 bánh mì.
Little Duck is a great Northeastern Chinese restaurant in the University District.
Shama is a Moroccan restaurant just outside Pike Place Market that you should use for an impressive last-minute dinner Downtown.
The Masonry is a Queen Anne spot that's perfect if you're in the mood for pizza and a beer.
Dough Zone Dumpling House
Dough Zone is the gold standard for dumplings in Seattle, so if you find yourself in need of a comforting lunch or dinner Downtown, you should find yourself here.
Baiten is a dessert shop located inside Tamari Bar on Capitol Hill that serves soft serve, fruit sandwiches, and other Japanese treats.
Local Tide is a seafood restaurant in Fremont that serves fish sandwiches, shrimp toast, a weekend-only crab roll, and a fantastic burger.
Musashi’s in the International District is one of the best places in Seattle for relatively cheap, high-quality sushi.