Downtown Seattle Restaurants
86 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
Shiro Kashiba’s hot spot showcasing high-end sushi & omakase in a chic room with water views. We are currently taking reservations through the phone only. Please give us a call at 206-441-8844 to speak with a team member. Please note that if leaving a voicemail for a reservation request, your reservations will not be confirmed until a team member has returned your call. Thank you.
1401 Third Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101
Since opening in 1989, Wild Ginger has set a new standard for Asian restaurants in the Northwest. Wild Ginger's menu offers classic dishes from several countries including China, Cambodia, Indonesia, Thailand and Vietnam. Fresh quality products cooked to order and served professionally in a casual atmosphere are the hallmarks of our restaurant.
820 2nd Avenue, Seattle, WA 98104
It is rare when a restaurant helps define what is most important about a city. In Seattle, the Metropolitan Grill has achieved that distinction. Simply say "The Met" in conversation and you will see heads nod, affirming a common understanding. Like the city it calls home, the Metropolitan Grill is a triumph of substance over style, inspiring loyalty from guests who return time and again to enjoy what is known as the Metropolitan Grill experience.
2505 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
El Gaucho is a nostalgic dining event that takes you back to a special time. The tableside preparations of Caesar Salad, Chateaubriand and Bananas Foster are paired with an extensive world-class wine list. We feature classic cocktails in our dramatic lounge, an intimate cigar lounge, beautiful private dining rooms and nightly piano music.
2020 Western, Seattle, WA 98121
Etta's, a casual Seattle fish house named after Tom and Jackie's daughter, Loretta, opened in 1995, just half a block north of the Pike Place Market. At Etta's, locals and tourists alike will find the best fish and seafood from the Pacific Northwest's abundant waters, ranging from crispy fish and chips, to spice-rubbed and grilled wild king salmon, to Tom's famous and ever popular crab cakes.
2001 Fourth Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Starting with the acclaimed Café Sport in 1984, Tom’s cuisine helped define the Northwest style. After many successful years at Café Sport, Tom and Jackie opened the Dahlia Lounge, which soon became one of the Northwest’s premiere restaurants, winning wide acclaim both regionally and internationally from the Seattle Times, Post-Intelligencer, L.A. Times, New York Times, and Gourmet Magazine, to name just a few.
2000 Fourth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Lola, the most recent Douglas restaurant, opened July 2004, alongside the new Hotel Andra on 4th and Virginia and right across the street from the Dahlia Lounge. The Greek-inspired menu combines local northwest ingredients with Mediterranean freshness and simplicity. Lola’s customers dine on sizzling ouzo-splashed kebabs, bright-tasting mezze, wood-grilled whole fish, and cumin-spiced lamb.
621 Union Street, Seattle, WA 98101
The dining room and bar will be remodeled, the menus will transform, even the music will change a bit. The new stylish interior will be a hip blend of art deco with a smart, streamlined aesthetic. The new menu will showcase Contemporary American cuisine. The seasonal menu will feature approachable, cravable favorites such as St. Louis Style BBQ Wild Boar Ribs with summer potato salad, Wok Seared Yellowfin Tuna with stir-fried vegetables and ponzu sauce .
2010 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121
Mauro Golmarvi, with over 25 years of experience as a chef, founded Assaggio Ristorante in 1993. As the owner, Golmarvi manages all aspects of the restaurant's operations, from menu development and execution, to staff training, budgeting, and serving as the restaurant's proud maitre d'. Golmarvi's role in the restaurant is that of a true host.
3014 3rd Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98109
"In 1990, Ponti burst onto the Seattle restaurant scene with innovative 'fusion' cuisine... the restaurant quickly established a reputation for superlative food and service... for 15 years it has upheld that tradition and perhaps now deserves 'classic' status." Alaska Airlines Magazine, 2005