Best American Restaurants in Georgetown
Best American Restaurants in Georgetown
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Absolutely one of the best dining experiences I have ever had. We've been to the Corson Building for both the A La Carte (1) and Prix Fixe (2). The Prix Frixe experience was so much better. We did the wine pairings both times and that was quite an experience. For the Prix Fixe experience, you need to be comfortable sitting at a community table and talking with someone you don't know. On both occasions, we had amazing table neighbors that made the experience even that much better. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Five fish bistro is a good choice for enjoying fish and chips in Seattle. The restaurant has so much to offer all under one roof. The famous entrees are snacks, tacos, combination baskets, burgers, and huge sandwiches. Fried shrimps and oysters are often top of the list, along with the five fish bistros special hot wings. Five Fish Bistro also serves a delicious Chipotle BBQ chicken. Vega, buffalo, beef and cheese burgers, all are served with lettuce, red onion, deep fried pickles and burger sauce. In the sandwiches, visitors enjoy the fried shrimps and blackened salmon most. Five Fish Bistro also has a good beer selection.More
Super Six is an American restaurant open daily at 11:00 am with a special brunch menu available on Saturday and Sunday. This restaurant gets its name from the auto body shop that used to be in the building where the restaurant is now. In the early days of the American car boom, there was an automaker called The Hudson Motor Company whose flagship vehicle was the Super Six. This car was big enough to fit the whole family but powerful enough to still be fun to drive. It's in this spirit that the Super Six restaurant thrives.
Super Six's menu is primarily American-Hawaiin fare. Some of the specialties of the house include salmon yakitori tacos, Sichuan pork noodles and the loco moco burger with brown gravy, rice pickled red onions and two eggs. Then there is the Super Six Luau, a prix fixe menu with nine courses.More
Smarty Pants is a fun and casual restaurant that celebrates racing motorcycles and the culture that surrounds them. The walls of Smarty Pants are covered in incredible action photographs of motorcycle racers going around both dirt tracks and speedways. Also, Smarty Pants has a completely scratch kitchen, which means that everything is made in-house. This includes all of the bread and sauces. The only things not made here are the six rotating taps of craft beer, which comes from local breweries.
Smarty Pants is known mostly for its delicious grilled sandwiches. There are several different types of recipes to choose from, like the Falcone, with marinated shredded chicken breast topped with giardiniera peppers, provolone and lettuce as well as the Ms. Piggy made with slow-roasted pork, coleslaw, grilled onions, monterey jack cheese and a housemade barbecue sauce. Smarty Pants even offers gluten-free wraps for those with dietary restrictions.More
Via Tribunali in Georgetown is a quaint Italian restaurant that perfectly matches the artistic and eclectic neighborhood in Seattle where it's located. The ambiance at Via Tribunali is unique with an extended, family-style table that seats up to 42 people, plus there is a busy bar and a patio to enjoy the warm weather.
Via Tribunali also has an extensive menu featuring pizza and calzones with a focus on fresh ingredients rather than just greasy pepperoni and cheese. Pizza options include two types of margherita pizzas, a funghi with mushrooms and meat options including sausages, prosciutto, tuna and clams. The calzones are as varied and there are many salad options, as well as pasta options like the lasagna and spaghetti with clams.More
Stellar Pizza & Ale provides family-friendly food and fun in Seattle, Washington in the historic Bertoldi building. The focus is on providing menu items crafted from local ingredients whenever possible and serving them up with family-owned craft brews.
It is the Stellar Pizza & Ale philosophy that quality food should be made to order and although that means waiting as long as 30 minutes for a pizza, it is well worth the wait. A unique feature about the pizza at Stellar Pizza & Ale is that you can choose from three different base sauces � red sauce, garlic olive oil or pesto. Another plus is the wide variety of specialty pizzas, including Eddy the Greek with feta cheese, green peppers and more, as well as the Lucille special with red onions, chicken and cilantro. If you do not see one you want, you can also create your own.More
If you're in the mood for delicious Hawaiian food in the heart of Seattle, come to Kauai's Family Restaurant. Close to Oxbow Park and Georgetown Brewing Company, this restaurant is a gem that many people love.
Some of the favorite meals at Kauai's Family Restaurant are the Ginger Chicken, Hamburger Steak and the Malasadas. Another favorite is the macaroni salad. Some of the other notable items on the menu are Lawai chicken, smoked pork and beef stew. If you are looking for authentic Hawaiian food in the heart of Seattle, you'll find that the food at Kauai's Family Restaurant won't disappoint you.More
Pig Iron BBQ in Seattle, Washington, offers delicious "down home" barbeque. The distinct vintage decor mixes cozy southern style with eclectic touches of motorcycles and hot rods for a unique, festive atmosphere. The smell of the Southern-style barbeque will draw you in and keep you coming back for more.
A signature housemade sweet tea in a mason jar is the ideal refresher to sip on while deciding what to order. All meats served at Pig Iron BBQ are slow smoked, making them tender and juicy. A smoked pulled-chicken sandwich is always a popular option. For a more filling meal, choose one of the many barbeque platters, such as smoked pulled pork, beef brisket or smoked sausage and peppers. All meals come with sliced sweet onions, a Pig Iron Barbeque staple. For dessert indulge in the homemade peach or blueberry cobbler.More
Hudson specializes in southern comfort food. It sports an outdoor patio and a horseshoe lunch counter/bar. Enjoy homemade biscuits and scrambles for brunch, or spicy catfish and burgers for lunch. Dig into a deliciously grilled steak, served with sauteed mushrooms, onions and seasonal veggies, and complement this with the bar's famous Beer Mimosa. Hudson also offers salads and soups, freshly prepared and served by the cup or bowl.
Situated within Seattle's Industrial district--south of the stadiums, Hudson draws a huge crowd after work hours. Its menu, rustic interior and charming ambiance makes it an ideal pick for a casual outing with friends. Please note you must be 21 or older to dine at Hudson.More
White Center Pizza & Spaghetti House is a popular neighborhood establishment that serves Greek style pizza in an inviting and warm environment. This restaurant is good for families, small and large groups and other special occasions.
Start with an appetizer like the garlic dish, cheese bread or the tzatziki pita. For vegetarians, there are plenty of salad options like the chef�s, Greek or the Caesar salads or oven baked or boiled spaghettis. White Center�s pizzas are made daily with fresh dough and sauces. Try Peter�s Supreme made with Canadian bacon, salami, onions, feta cheese and green peppers or Peter�s Vegetarian, made with an assortment of fresh vegetables. White Center Pizza & Spaghetti House serves many other items that include specialty subs and traditional Italian dishes like the manicotti, ravioli and cannelloni.More
Eats Market Cafe is a warm and inviting bakery serving the West Seattle area. The menu offers a variety of options, including brunch, sandwiches, burgers, salads, entrees and desserts. Those diving into the brunch menu, which is served all day, can experience Eats Market Cafe's famous breakfast sliders, veggie hash or brioche French toast. Dinner choices range from big plates of chicken pot pie to market risotto, and there is a gluten-free menu for those requiring special dietary considerations.
Eats Market Cafe also features freshly made pastries and sweets like the toasted maple pecan pie and fallen chocolate souffle. For a treat, be sure to try the ice cream sandwiches, comprised of homemade cookies and handmade ice cream, and discover why Seattle Metropolitan Magazine named this one of the most iconic desserts in the city.More