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The Capital Grille - SeattleThe Capital Grille - Seattle
1583 reviews
Steakhouse | Downtown, Seattle

The Capital Grille is ALWAYS excellent - have never been disappointed. More

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1984 reviews
American | Wallingford, Seattle

One cannot complain when dining here. The menu is quite adventurous and so impeccably prepared. Service was attentive and relaxing for us geezers on our 49th!!! And a lovely surprise dessert. Make a resv. and enjoy the experience. More

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Collections CafeCollections Cafe
755 reviews
Northwest | Queen Anne, Seattle

This is our new go to restaurant any time we are at or close to the Seattle Center. Our server was excellent - couldn't have provided better service. Thanks! More

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Blu SardiniaBlu Sardinia
196 reviews
Italian | Redmond, Eastside

Excellent food and the service was terrific. The strawberry said was wonderful and so was the grilled octopus. My husband had the pasta special which had sausage and was in a pink sauce. More

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1151 reviews
Italian | Belltown / Pike Place Market, Seattle

Great spot, kind of hidden in Pike Place. Quiet, romantic vibe inside that was great for our anniversary! More

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Diners' Choice Winners: Best Overall

Seattle's best restaurants based upon thousands of OpenTable diner reviews
Harvest Beat1. Harvest Beat
74 reviews
Vegetarian / Vegan | Wallingford, Seattle

Amazing vegan cuisine, they're just artists with local and seasonal ingredients. Awesome experience as always. More

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Naka2. Naka
65 reviews
Japanese | Capitol Hill / First Hill, Seattle

Thoroughly delicious and delightful meal. The sake pairing was a revelation - who knew there was such a thing as rose sake? The staff was very well trained, and the dining room was beautiful. More

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How To Cook A Wolf3. How To Cook A Wolf
672 reviews
Italian | Queen Anne, Seattle

Fabulous service and food. Sat at the corner of the bar and enjoyed watching the chef prepare our food. We had the chicken liver moose , enough for four and the crispy squash blossoms. Out of this world. We will be back. More

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Staple & Fancy Mercantile4. Staple & Fancy Mercantile
1031 reviews
Northwest | Ballard / Fremont, Seattle

Ended a business trip to the PNW with a visit to what has become my favorite Seattle restaurant. Grilled whole fish was superb. Always a lively atmosphere. More

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Il Terrazzo Carmine5. Il Terrazzo Carmine
879 reviews
Italian | Downtown, Seattle

Carmine's is a gem. Delicious food with a casually elegant atmosphere. Service was first rate, as always. The restaurant was bustling & vibrant despite construction lot next door & the Monday night. I won't wait so long next time to return. More

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New to OpenTable

Seattle restaurants that recently joined the OpenTable network
Green Lake AlehouseGreen Lake Alehouse
American | Green Lake, Seattle

Re-defining the Alehouse/Brewhouse/Tavern niche through our food, service, atmosphere and attitude! We promise to give our guests an amazing selection of beers, drinks, and delicious food - every time! We are part of the JaK’s Grill family of restaurants and have many JaK's items on the menu including several aged Nebraska steaks! See you soon!More

International | Capitol Hill / First Hill, Seattle

As a small and intimate space, Nue has needed to make reservations limited through OpenTable. Please call to inquire about availability for times and party sizes not listed on this site. Thanks!

With a name representative of a mythical Japanese multi-species beast, NUE aims to serve a harmonious combination of cuisines from around the world. The founders of NUE have been avid travelers and desired to bring the tastes they experienced during their trips abroad home to Seattle. NUE's creative approach to their menu ensure that, while menu items may change frequently throughout the year, their dishes will always be innovative and delicious.

A top favorite on NUE's menu is the Trinidad Goat Curry. The fresh, tender meat is slow roasted and seasoned with Caribbean herbs and spices. The dish is complete with a helping of pineapple cornbread. Another top hit is the Jamaican Jerk Chicken, which is served with black bean dirty rice.


Needle & ThreadNeedle & Thread
Comfort Food | Capitol Hill / First Hill, Seattle

In 1832 the Pioneer Inn and Tavern Law established the right to enjoy imbibing in public bars and saloons. The Golden Age of spirits and cocktails thrived for nearly a century until the Volstead Act of 1919 outlawed the production and consumption of alcoholic beverages, nearly destroying the craft of the American bartender. However, in hidden rooms and dark basements, thirsty patrons still sought after the indulgence of spirits. The Speakeasy was born and thrived until the repeal of Prohibition in 1933.

At Needle & Thread we specialize in craft cocktails inspired by the middle 19th to early 20th century bars and saloons. Because we believe that no two palates are alike, our primary focus is hand-crafted cocktails to suit your particular tastes. We pride ourselves in using precision techniques, fresh juices, house-made syrups, bitters and tinctures; in order to provide you with an experience that is a memorable and rare delight.More

American | Lake Union / Eastlake, Seattle

A restaurant where the taco is seen through eyes in a multi-climatic corner of the world. From behind temperate rainforests and intricate waterways, across peninsulas and desert-like climates…there is no need to import anything when some of the world’s most unexplored and beautiful gems reside here.

We cater the experience of each guest, by way of a customized menu to suit every time of day. From lunches to happy hour snacks and drinks, to a guided dinner and late night bites.

It all revolves around the question posed by our chefs: What if the “Taco” originated in the Pacific Northwest?More

Contemporary French | U Village / U District, Seattle

Eclectic plates with a French country vibe. Sharing plates from the seasonally rotating menu is encouraged. A neighborhood favorite, also a romantic destination or get together for family style dining.More