Going to Witness feels like eating in Georgia in the summertime, but without pollen literally everywhere or humidity that makes your hair look bad. You sit in church pews, the walls look like white house siding, and it smells like whiskey. Everything on the Southern-inspired menu is great, but the fried chicken and waffle with bourbon maple syrup is one of the best in the city, so if you don’t order it, you are a fool. Do not be a fool.
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Glo’s is a Capitol Hill diner serving giant pancakes and perfect hash browns. Just expect a line to eat them.
Yeti Bar is the Nepali/Indian/Tibetan sister spot to Annapurna. Come here for tasty appetizers and saffron cocktails while you wait for your table.
Oddfellows Cafe & Bar
Oddfellows is a French Bistro, espresso bar, and old-school grocery store in Capitol Hill. It’s good for a lot of things, but especially brunch.
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Big Time Brewery & Alehouse
Big Time Brewery is a pub in the University District with homemade beer and bar food.
I Love My GFF
I Love My GFF sells great gluten-free quinoa bowls from their food truck, usually parked in South Lake Union.
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Junebaby is the first restaurant in Seattle to serve upscale Southern food - the good news is that it delivers.
Ma’ono Fried Chicken & Whisky
Ma’Ono is a Hawaiian-Southern-Korean fusion restaurant in West Seattle with ridiculously good fried chicken. Get the corn too and come with a crowd.
Sisters And Brothers
Sisters & Brothers is a dive bar in Georgetown with Pac-Man and Nashville-style hot fried chicken.
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