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#51 Post by Mike Maguire » December 24th, 2019, 8:08 am

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Metropolitan Grill used to be fantastic. There really are so many fantastic culinary choices just on Capitol Hill. I ate lunch up there often, but that was some years ago.
The Met bar is still my go to Happy Hour bar. [cheers.gif]
Happy hour burger and prawn cocktail are both go to's.
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#52 Post by Kris Patten » December 31st, 2019, 10:15 pm

Did Taylor Shellfish Pioneer Square before and after Sunday Night Football....awesome rounds of oysters, Dungeness crab, and a ridiculous amount of Uni to go with mags of Pierre Peters and 750s of Bereche & Fils and Larmandier Berniere....all around awesome evening with really good group of people.
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#53 Post by RogerHarui » January 24th, 2020, 10:11 am

Hey folks, can you name any restaurants in the area that have fish other than salmon, halibut, tuna, trout, or cod? I really like those fish, but it's really hard to find much more than those five types in restaurants. I was thinking of places other than sushi bars, but that's cool too.

I know that Rockcreek usually has a few other varieties like Ono and Char. Walrus and The Carpenter has grilled sardines. Any others?

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#54 Post by Ron Slye » January 24th, 2020, 3:37 pm

Harvest Vine usually has sardines. As does Bitter/Raw if I remember correctly (that is Lark's upstairs raw bar).

You could also try Blueacre -- they have a pretty extensive menu,

There was also a place that used to be on Lake Union and downtown, whose name I cannot for the life of me remember. I want to say McCarthy & Schiering but that is obviously wrong. From what I can tell it is no longer around -- but they used to have an enormous fresh sheet -- and the food was very good given its size and view/location. I know someone will remember the name and I will immediately recognize it!

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#55 Post by Chuck Miller » January 24th, 2020, 3:48 pm

McCormick & Schmick’s.
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#56 Post by M Mager » January 24th, 2020, 3:48 pm

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There was also a place that used to be on Lake Union and downtown, whose name I cannot for the life of me remember. I want to say McCarthy & Schiering but that is obviously wrong. From what I can tell it is no longer around -- but they used to have an enormous fresh sheet -- and the food was very good given its size and view/location. I know someone will remember the name and I will immediately recognize it!
I suspect you are referring to McCormick & Schmick's. They used to have locations on 1st down near Pioneer Square and on Lake Union. Both of those are now closed. Appears they still have one location in downtown Bellevue.
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#57 Post by Ron Slye » January 24th, 2020, 4:20 pm

Yup. That was it!

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#58 Post by Andrew Kotowski » January 24th, 2020, 7:07 pm

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Hey folks, can you name any restaurants in the area that have fish other than salmon, halibut, tuna, trout, or cod? I really like those fish, but it's really hard to find much more than those five types in restaurants. I was thinking of places other than sushi bars, but that's cool too.

I know that Rockcreek usually has a few other varieties like Ono and Char. Walrus and The Carpenter has grilled sardines. Any others?
Seastar in Bellevue is usually pretty solid on the seafood side, with a decent wine list.
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#59 Post by Jared Wagner » January 27th, 2020, 5:18 pm

Rockcreek in Fremont?

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#60 Post by J Diven » January 28th, 2020, 2:12 pm

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Rockcreek in Fremont?
Rockcreek has been open for several years now, in all that time we have been twice and the food was excellent both times.
We live not far away, but the problem - it was so loud in there both times, I could not think, let alone talk with anyone.
It is the only reason we never go back. We go to lots of loud(ish) restaurants in Ballard/Fremont, but this was another level.
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#61 Post by Kris Patten » February 10th, 2020, 9:11 pm

I love RockCreek, have followed Eric from Oceanaire to Toulouse to Rock Creek.....super talented and have had all sorts of great fish dishes topped by black bass in a miso sauce.

Loud or not, could have been the night, it's well worth a visit.
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#62 Post by Andrew Kotowski » February 11th, 2020, 8:44 am

Looking to do an extended early dinner/late lunch thing on Saturday - lazy 2-3 hr thing, wine, food, etc. with the wife.

As close to France as I can get, but in the dreary, rainy Pac NW.

Any suggestions?
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#63 Post by John Osburn » February 11th, 2020, 12:46 pm

Le Pichet of course; and I certainly enjoyed l'Oursin last week. I have heard good things about Marmite but haven't been yet.

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#64 Post by slada » February 11th, 2020, 4:05 pm

We are headed to Seattle for a few days

Have kamonegi, Juanita, and sushi Kashiba lined up

Recs re these places or others you’d do instead?
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#65 Post by Mark Y » February 11th, 2020, 11:21 pm

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February 11th, 2020, 8:44 am
Looking to do an extended early dinner/late lunch thing on Saturday - lazy 2-3 hr thing, wine, food, etc. with the wife.

As close to France as I can get, but in the dreary, rainy Pac NW.

Any suggestions?
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#66 Post by Brandon R » February 13th, 2020, 8:30 am

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We are headed to Seattle for a few days

Have kamonegi, Juanita, and sushi Kashiba lined up

Recs re these places or others you’d do instead?
Those will be good choices. You should be happy.
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#67 Post by Andrew Kotowski » February 13th, 2020, 9:40 am

Mark Y wrote:
February 11th, 2020, 11:21 pm
Andrew Kotowski wrote:
February 11th, 2020, 8:44 am
Looking to do an extended early dinner/late lunch thing on Saturday - lazy 2-3 hr thing, wine, food, etc. with the wife.

As close to France as I can get, but in the dreary, rainy Pac NW.

Any suggestions?
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Bit fancy for this purpose - looking more for a local bistro feel with small plates. If I could duplicate lunch at Les Enfants du Marche for three hours... I would ;)
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#68 Post by Mark Y » February 13th, 2020, 11:22 am

Andrew Kotowski wrote:
February 13th, 2020, 9:40 am
Mark Y wrote:
February 11th, 2020, 11:21 pm
Andrew Kotowski wrote:
February 11th, 2020, 8:44 am
Looking to do an extended early dinner/late lunch thing on Saturday - lazy 2-3 hr thing, wine, food, etc. with the wife.

As close to France as I can get, but in the dreary, rainy Pac NW.

Any suggestions?
RN74
Bit fancy for this purpose - looking more for a local bistro feel with small plates. If I could duplicate lunch at Les Enfants du Marche for three hours... I would ;)
Sit at the bar at rn74. Quite casual and small plates.

Sorry I shoulda clarified. Not the dining room. :)
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#69 Post by Andrew Kotowski » February 15th, 2020, 8:35 pm

Le Pichet was a good time today at lunch, although they have a pretty limited lunch menu. We sat at the bar and ordered one plate at a time, which seemed to be a foreign concept (literally and figuratively). Enjoyed a pinchet of Vouvray and one of Baudry Chinon Les Granges. Thanks for the recommendation.
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#70 Post by Scott G r u n e r » February 16th, 2020, 9:11 am

Had a nice meal at L’Oursin last night. Seems on the border of capital hill and the CD. Wine list seems to heavily favor small producers and “natural” wines, but seemed reasonably priced and had some interesting options, or corkage is $30.
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#71 Post by Kris Patten » February 23rd, 2020, 9:33 am

Had a good dinner at Bangrak Market in Belltown. Eclectic little place, food was very good and unlike so many places 3 stars out of 4 was spicy and consistent across all dishes.
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#72 Post by slada » February 23rd, 2020, 12:36 pm

over four days ending up eating a bunch in seattle

thanks all for prior write ups


1. kamonegi- delicious. a bit cramped but warm and friendly, staff too. chef visited our daughters on the way out as well. had the tsukemono, albacore toro taku and perhaps one of the most interesting foie gras preparations ever - the foie gras "tofu" wonderful textured mousse with a hint of wasabi. tempura was hot and light with nice bite and the kamonegi soba and a special shrimp broth soba were both great. i did find myself more than liberal with some house made hot spice- broths were a little mellow.

2. din tai fung for lunch- was fine. wouldn't though go out of my way or wait extended times for these.

3. cafe juanita- was incredible. if in SF i imaging would have 2-3 michelin stars. food was interesting, beautiful and satisfyingly delicious. had a great server, Oscar, who knew the menu cold- ingredients, prep, etc. provided great guidance and while formal was engaging and shared our enthusiasm about the meal. ate an unbelievable amount with highlights including yellowtail crudo, octopus with bone marrow/salsa, some sous vide prawns that were outrageous and some great scallops. steal of a bottle of 2010 quintarelli rossi di bepi for $120 off list. desserts great too. perhaps only relative miss was the duck breast entree that was good not great. chef visited our table and chatted with our girls at end of meal, even walking us out and grabbing our coats. love the fact that the kitchen is full of women.

4. sushi kashiba- given location and hype wasnt expecting it to be as good as it was. wow, got a table, not at the sushi bar, and had our server Jordan advise- he really made the meal that much better- great half bottle some grower champagne, then incredible bite after incredible bite. the yellowtail belly was outrageous and there was some toro that was quickly pan seared with a lemon salt that I could eat again and again. fish was so good. perhaps a little let down by the "famous" cod, but all in all a great meal, and one that would cost double in SF.

5. general porpoise donuts- pretty good actually, especially the rose cream

6. ice cream at Mora on bainbridge island was quite good!

7. bar melusine- this was a bit of a last minute decision and glad we went- great oysters, monday mussels special, delicious (if a tad salty) burger, interesting and fresh salads (if a bit overdressed) and a couple great desserts. really fresh, higher brow bistro inspired food. servers were friendly and energetic but seemed way too busy and rushed even. wine list was euro centric AFWE, not really my preferences, i stuck to (decent) beer.
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#73 Post by Brandon R » February 24th, 2020, 8:37 am

Great recap, slada. Thank you. I really need to get back to Cafe Juanita.
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#74 Post by Kris Patten » February 25th, 2020, 11:08 pm

Nice bite at Spinasse/Artusi tonight. Meatballs are killer, pasta special was duck ravioli...killer, carbonara was good, cavatelli with venison was awesome. Great bottle of Elvio Cogno 2012 Barbaresco and a glass of 2013 Coppo Gavi that was young and fresh.
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#75 Post by Kris Patten » March 4th, 2020, 8:52 pm

Duck fat fries at RN74 tonight were awesome, as was Ramonet 2015 Chassagne Montrachet for just over $100.
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#76 Post by Kris Patten » March 8th, 2020, 8:25 am

Went to Assaggio last night, surprised the place was packed as all week restaurants were dead. Very good service as usual and food was good too, fried olives stuffed with sausage continues to be a favorite dish in WA, meatballs were good and the chicken over roasted vegetables and pappardelle with boar ragout were nice too. Double espresso was really good, too many places in WA dont clean their machines enough, not case here. Had a really crisp refreshing 2018 Giacosa Arneis and a 2006 Grasso Gavarini Chiniera Barolo with our mains, killer Barolo.
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#77 Post by Brandon R » March 9th, 2020, 12:39 pm

Nice to hear about Assaggio...a longtime Seattle stalwart. I haven't been in ages, but should go. It's all of two blocks from my office.
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#78 Post by Kris Patten » March 10th, 2020, 9:46 pm

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Nice to hear about Assaggio...a longtime Seattle stalwart. I haven't been in ages, but should go. It's all of two blocks from my office.
I'd go just to get a Giacosa Arneis and a couple bowls of fried olives.
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#79 Post by Andrew Kotowski » March 12th, 2020, 4:21 pm

And the massacre begins...

Tom Douglas closing 12 of 13 places (bakery is attached to a hotel) and Canlis is switching to a bagel, burger and home delivery model - see: https://canlis.com/
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#80 Post by Mark Y » March 12th, 2020, 11:18 pm

Andrew Kotowski wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 4:21 pm
And the massacre begins...

Tom Douglas closing 12 of 13 places (bakery is attached to a hotel) and Canlis is switching to a bagel, burger and home delivery model - see: https://canlis.com/
I’m looking forward to tryin that bagel and burger!!
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#81 Post by Kris Patten » March 17th, 2020, 7:07 pm

Mark Y wrote:
March 12th, 2020, 11:18 pm
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March 12th, 2020, 4:21 pm
And the massacre begins...

Tom Douglas closing 12 of 13 places (bakery is attached to a hotel) and Canlis is switching to a bagel, burger and home delivery model - see: https://canlis.com/
I’m looking forward to tryin that bagel and burger!!
Canlis had line down 99 for burgers.

Prior to shutdown I had a nice meal at Wild Ginger McKenzie over by Westlake Whole Foods and an awesome bottle of Dauvissat 2012 Vaillons for $109 that was f@cking killer. Smaller location and wine list but solid as always.
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#82 Post by Andrew Kotowski » March 17th, 2020, 8:01 pm

I need to get over to WG for their Allemand at $125/bottle!
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#83 Post by Brandon R » March 18th, 2020, 9:06 am

Not fine dining, but I had a very tasty plate of Karaage (Japanese fried chicken) at a newish place in Belltown: Moon's Kitchen. I've also had their teriyaki and a variation of yakisoba they made with udon noodles. Their ramen is so-so, but the rest was delicious. It's on 4th Avenue between Blanchard and Bell. Better than most teriyaki places and great for lunch. They're still doing carry-out.
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#84 Post by Kris Patten » March 30th, 2020, 9:49 pm

If you can please support and tip on take out to help keep restaurants open. Here is a comprehensive list.

https://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/ ... 59099a7e64
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#85 Post by Mark Y » March 31st, 2020, 11:31 am

Kris Patten wrote:
March 30th, 2020, 9:49 pm
If you can please support and tip on take out to help keep restaurants open. Here is a comprehensive list.

https://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/ ... 59099a7e64
is there a similar one for east side?
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#86 Post by Scott G r u n e r » March 31st, 2020, 11:38 am

Mark Y wrote:
March 31st, 2020, 11:31 am
Kris Patten wrote:
March 30th, 2020, 9:49 pm
If you can please support and tip on take out to help keep restaurants open. Here is a comprehensive list.

https://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/ ... 59099a7e64
is there a similar one for east side?
That was my question too! Eater did a crappy luttle list but I know it is very incomplete. I am mostly focused on my neighborhood spots
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#87 Post by Kris Patten » March 31st, 2020, 6:40 pm

If you PM me your email, I have a sheet we are compiling for customers that open in WWA, Bellevue and Eastside included.
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#88 Post by JYoung » April 2nd, 2020, 7:16 pm

Might be of interest, a short article on cocktail bars around Seattle: https://punchdrink.com/articles/dispatc ... try-covid/
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#89 Post by David Wright » April 2nd, 2020, 9:22 pm

Kris Patten wrote:
March 30th, 2020, 9:49 pm
If you can please support and tip on take out to help keep restaurants open. Here is a comprehensive list.

https://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/ ... 59099a7e64
It has been 20 years since I lived in Seattle, but for grins I checked out my old neighborhood on this map. The local pub, Wedgwood Ale House, is still in business and doing takeout. Nice.

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#90 Post by Kris Patten » April 2nd, 2020, 9:58 pm

David Wright wrote:
April 2nd, 2020, 9:22 pm
Kris Patten wrote:
March 30th, 2020, 9:49 pm
If you can please support and tip on take out to help keep restaurants open. Here is a comprehensive list.

https://seattlecitygis.maps.arcgis.com/ ... 59099a7e64
It has been 20 years since I lived in Seattle, but for grins I checked out my old neighborhood on this map. The local pub, Wedgwood Ale House, is still in business and doing takeout. Nice.
Killer burger. Great beer selection.
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#91 Post by Brandon R » April 3rd, 2020, 8:56 am

Good ol' Wedgwood Ale House. It's about 100 yards from my house and, pre-lockdown, I was a fairly regular customer. I'll have to do some carry-out. Their fish and chips, as their readerboard suggest, is pretty dang good. The REAL surprise for me for fish and chips, was at the Shelter at Greenlake! Really top-notch, even if the scene is a little...well, not ideal.
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