Fort St. George


601 S King St, Seattle
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Fort St. George is a second-story spot that feels like a time capsule of the 2000’s—it’s above a fully-functioning travel agency, a karaoke bar, and the oldest retro video game store in the PNW. But most importantly, Fort St. George serves damn good Japanese comfort food, be it spaghetti and meat sauce artistically drizzled with garlic mayo, or a bacon and mushroom doria, a.k.a. creamy risotto baked with a bubbly cheese top. And if their thick katsu curry can’t warm your soul or cure a heartbreak, just head downstairs to sing some Celine Dion for a few hours.

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