Calling all Seattle foodies. I am totally at a loss, as I've never been there. But I'm looking for a nice, classic restaurant that serves good seafood. I'm looking to book a place for our main dinner honoring the residents/post-doc fellow students who will present at a conference. [more inside]
posted by Juicy Avenger
on Feb 26, 2013 -
"Someplace casual and on the water" in Seattle ... which restaurant should I take a party of 7 to this coming Friday night that fits these criteria? [more inside]
posted by kthxbi
on Aug 10, 2012 -
What are the best lingerie stores in Seattle and why? Also looking for good midpriced sit-down restaurants that aren't chains, within walking distance of the lingerie store.
posted by anonymous
on May 5, 2010 -
Where in Seattle has good vegan lunch options? Don't want a strictly vegan venue, as the rest of us are omnivores, and we'd like to wash our lunch down with beer, if possible.
posted by dorgla
on Oct 5, 2009 -
My birthday is coming up, and in my search for something novel and exciting to do I was told that somewhere in Seattle (possibly in the Lake Union area) there is a restaurant where you can bring a group of people, select a menu, learn how to prepare it, and then feast on the fruits of your labor. Does anyone have ANY idea if this place exists, and if so where it is??? Google has failed me utterly.
posted by evilcupcakes
on Sep 4, 2008 -
Where in Seattle can I reserve a private room or a whole restaurant for a 100 person fundraiser party without breaking the bank? [more inside]
posted by dcruzin
on Feb 12, 2008 -
Where can I find delicious shabu-shabu in Seattle?
posted by krisken
on Oct 8, 2007 -
Seattleites! Now that I've moved to your beautiful city, I'm searching for breakfast places here that meet certain specific criteria... [more inside]
posted by Kat Allison
on Sep 2, 2007 -
Where should we host a bridal shower in Seattle? We're looking for a cool private room in a restaurant, or a neat suite in a hotel, or a cool patio - it's the weekend of August 4th so all of the boats are booked for SeaFair. [more inside]
posted by barnone
on Apr 23, 2007 -
For recent travellers, is the U.S. still a bargain? Specifically, how would you compare the price of eating out in a similarly semi-fancy restaurant in 1) San Francisco, 2) Seattle, 3) London, 4) Paris, 5) New York. Let's peg the baseline cost at about $50/person in San Francisco, excluding wine. [more inside]
posted by _sirmissalot_
on Feb 8, 2006 -