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Unique-to-Seattle restaurants that are good for dining solo?

It turns out that I'll have a day to myself during an upcoming trip to Seattle. Where are the best restaurants to eat by myself? Looking for something a little more relaxed and not packed with great food options that are unique to the city!

7 Answers

top answer by
Angie from Standale, Michigan

The Local 360 on 1st in Belltown has the best food in the city.  Every time I find myself in Seattle, I make it a point to go there.  Try anything with the fried chicken and the PBJ Bon Bons!

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answered by
Wendy from Gig Harbor, Washington

Try Matt's in The Market right in the Pike Place Market.  Any of Tom Douglas's restaurants are great too:  Dahlia LoungeLolaPalace Kitchen.  Have fun!

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answered by
Shannon from Vancouver

If you haven't been to the market yet, there are a lot of great options there, you can eat while you walk around and look.

I always hit up Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt (best yogurt in the world) and Piroshky Piroshky.

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answered by
Marvin Paul from Milpitas

If the rumors are true Paseo Caribbean Restaurant re-opened. Worth the wait in line and it is usually the first place I have to go in Seattle (don't tell my aunt.)

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answered by
Tracy from Portland, Oregon

I recommend Artusi near Capitol Hill - great ambiance, small tables or bar seating, delicious food, inventive cocktails!

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answered by
Jacey & Scott from Fort Collins

Seattle has a great dining scene!  Check out Cafe Campagne near Pike's Place.  It's one of my favorite restaurants of all time.  Breakfast/lunch is amazing-try the stupendous croque madame or Ouefs en Meurette.  Both are amazing.  The bar is small (seats maybe 4 people) and the place is really cozy and friendly, so you will have an enjoyable time dining solo.

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answered first by
Peter from Munich

Hi Aerin,

you should try Pike Place Market. This is a famous place for Seattle and there are all kind of restaurants there or pretty close. Also in the Fremont Neighborhood there are a lot of nice restaurants, but I dont have any specific recommendation for you unfortunately.

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