Seattle american traditional Restaurant Reviews
Welcome to our Seattle american traditional restaurant reviews guide where you'll find top restaurants off the beaten path, both locally owned and chain. In fact, some of the best restaurants in the Seattle just might be the little mom and pop operations flying under the radar. For some of the best picks in Seattle, you've come to the right place.
Our Seattle restaurant reviews guide can help you make sense of the thousands of options out there. Happy eating!
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“I consider this place a real find...reminds me a little of my hometown of Milwaukee with the local pubs and restaurants...and the German food and beer...I have made a new friend in Mary the waitress...a beautiful soul with a warm personality...the prices and food are wonderful...” (07/10/2004)
“Wife and I are both Weight Watchers, but neither of us could hold back, even with the "Neo Food", which sounded delicious. She had the sampler (turkey, pork and chicken), and I had the Caribbean Jerked Pork. And the Elysian ESB beer. QUITE good! And speaking of beer: the decor, consisting of beer... ” (04/02/2004)
“Great food, beer, etc! Highly recommend when attending a show at the Paramount, etc.” (07/01/2000)
“"Best Ribs in seattle" excellant Prime Rib Melts in your mouth,over all great food, great services!” (02/20/2000)
“We sat in the bar to eat, so can't comment on dining area. Server not friendly like I had heard, but very attentative. Appetizer of panko covered artichoke hearts was delicious. The steaks are wonderful, the Garlic Mashed potatoes didn't taste real,tasted like wipped imitation spuds? Sauted mushroo... ” (02/04/2000)
“Fantastic food and service! Pricey, but worth it. It is not at all kid friendly, thank goodness!”