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Food & Drink Secret Guides

5 Spots in Seattle Any Foodie Needs To Visit

By Jennifer Moreno

Foodie Spots Seattle

Are you an avid foodie? You need to try these incredible fine dining spots in Seattle!

Seattle is a great culinary center, you can find almost every type of cuisine experience here. We’ve rounded up a list of the most iconic places you need to add to your foodie list.

1. The Pink Door

Located behind a simple pink door, this restaurant will shock you with its eclectic ambiance, incredible food, and overall experience. Be ready to be transported to a burlesque site while enjoying incredible craft cocktails. Pink Door is one of the city’s most beloved destinations since 1981. Its cuisine combines American and Italian fine dining. Make sure to book your reservations well in advance, this restaurant is so popular, that it’s usually fully booked!

2. Canlis

The true definition of PNW fine dining. Canlis has been a Seattle landmark for 68 years, and it offers an incredible culinary experience based on the Pacific Northwest flavors. They’ve been named “one of the 40 most important restaurants in the past 40 years”, and have been nominated for 15 James Beard Awards. Do we need to say more?

3. Art of Table

This restaurant cooks innovative, seasonal, locally sourced, and made from scratch food. If you’re lucky enough to get a seat at the Chef’s Table overlooking the kitchen you’ll get to enjoy a culinary show intended to impress you. Celebrate any special occasion with the Art of Table mouthwatering tasting menu.

4. How to Cook a Wolf

“How to Cook a Wolf” ever-changing Italian menu features Northwest ingredients, combining uncomplicated and rustic food. This restaurant takes simple ingredients and transforms them into culinary splendor. Enjoy a Steak Tartare, a Strozzapreti, Duck Breast, and a Raspberry Sorbetto, all paired up with their incredible wine selection.

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5. The Corson Building

They offer different culinary experiences depending on your day of choosing. Thursday and Friday’s menu is a la carte, inspired by the season’s best ingredients. On Saturday you’ll be able to enjoy a pre-fixed and elegant menu, consisting of six courses all plated individually. On Sunday, you’ll get to enjoy a pre-fixed menu of four courses with a carafe of wine included. Overall, this is a spot you can’t miss!

Also, see: 68 Experiences To Add To Your Seattle Bucket List