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Carole asked in Dining OutUnited StatesSeattle · 1 decade ago

One night in Seattle...Good place for dinner?

I am on my own, so preferable someplace I won't feel like a schmuck for eating alone. Seafood, Asian, Mexican, and Italian foods are all perfect, so long as they have a great microbrew selection.

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  • 1 decade ago
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    Hi I used to live in Seattle it's been a while but if you go down town where the ferries come in, there is a restauraunt called peir34 or 54 it's peir -and then a double digit number - down by the fish market - there's only one-ask the desk person at your hotel. By the stadium lots of cool bars/pubs w/decent menus-everywhere will have micro brews- it's the N.W. Have fun!

    Source(s): I lived in the area for a little over a year, know the area
  • 1 decade ago

    Salty's on Redondo Beach

    has an awesome view and great food. I also recall a microbrew selection, but not certain. Check them out!

  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Baja Fresh. Though their food might seem to-go, it's a warm and inviting atmosphere, with a free sode bar , and scrumptious food. Or Beth's Cafe. People might not reccomend it because their food is a tad on the greasy side, but you get alot of food for your money, and you can color like a little kid, and put your drawings on the wall with hundreds of other people's masterpeices. Mom's Teriyaki in Aurora is good, not high quality, but mom can sure make good korean food, and it's not expensive.

  • 4 years ago

    How approximately some roasted rooster, mashed potatoes and buttered carrots. Watch a quick movie to permit our stomachs settle. bypass to my mattress room to burn off all of those energy and ultimately relax in a warm bubble tub with jets. Now, get the hell out, I even have an early assembly the next day. bypass away your type on the door. Ha ha lmao

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  • Anonymous
    1 decade ago

    Try these folks

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