Treat your taste buds: Explore Tangletown restaurants
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Elysian Brewing Company is a brewery and restaurant. This is a restaurant that was built to feature the delicious beers of Elysian Brewing Company. There are six year-round brews which diners can enjoy any time of year. these include the Space Dust IPA, Dayglow IPA, Immortal IPA, Avatar Jasmine IPA, Men's Room Original Red and the Dragontooth stout. There are also seasonal brews available depending on the time of year like the Bifrost Winter Ale, Night Owl Pumpkin Ale and the Superfuzz Blood Orange Pale Ale during the spring time.
Elysian's menu is made to complement its many different beers both on tap and in the bottle. Starters include saffron-scented shrimp, truffled mac & cheese, spicy brussels sprouts, roasted cauliflower, green curry clams and soy-ginger chicken wings. The rest of the menu is made up of soups, salads and dishes like the Asian-inspired sesame duck noodle bowMore
Located in Seattle's University District, Taste of India offers unique Indian and Mediterranean cuisines. It earned Zagat ratings in 2003 and 2008 and received awards from AOL and Citysearch. Diners can select from authentic curries, vindaloos and marsalas or try specialty dishes like chicken tikki masala and mango pistachio ice cream. Vegetarian options, including Madras chili marsala, are also available. They offer generous portions and an attentive wait staff.
Taste of India is open for lunch and dinner seven days a week. In addition to dining in the restaurant, Taste of India patrons can order delivery. Catering is also offered for weddings, parties and other functions for groups of 10 to 1000 people.More
The Lodge Sports Grille is a family owned bar and restaurant that served high end pub food. At first glance, this eatery would appear to be a sports bar, as there are large TVs lining all of the walls and crowds gathers here during game time. However, that is just one aspect of what The Lodge does well. It also strives to be an excellent place for a business lunch or a great setting for a happy hour dinner date.
The menu is full of traditional bar food elevated to restaurant-quality meals. The Lodge has a large selection of sandwiches, some of the popular include the prime rib dip, Cajun shrimp po boy, and the pear and gorgonzola club with sweet caramelized onions, fresh spinach and a balsamic reduction. The Lodge also keeps a huge beer list, with over 40 beers on tap.More