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Rock Salt On Lattitude 47 1232 Westlake Avenue North | ph: (206) 284.1047

Located on the shores of Lake Union our architecture offers a spectacular 180-degree view that is second only to our gourmet cuisine. Executive Chef Donnie Alcorn who studied culinary preparation in Europe, offers his patrons the unique experience of tableside culinary presentation. This flavorful event serves one or more of seven remarkable courses from innovative custom menus & caters up to thirty guests. His menu offers a choice palette of the freshest flavors in the northwest in a gallery of breakfast, brunch, lunch & dinner. We offer catering & banquet facilities for parties up to three hundred, coordinated by Dawna Tarrant who has worked our waterlevel banquets for twenty-two years. She creates formal to casual ambience enhanced by the water and we always encourage parties and receptions to arrive by boat as we have ample moorage available. Our lounge offers beautiful views, top shelf liquor & wine, a hardwood dance floor, classic salsa dancing with lessons & entertainment every evening. We have been serving Seattle in excellence for 29 years! Come dine with us and we will wine, dine & entertain you!

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13 Coins
125 Boren Ave. N. | ph: (206) 682-2513
18000 Pacific Hwy. [ Sea-Tac ] | ph: (206) 243-9500
It's open 24 hours, but that's about the only thing this Seattle original has in common with Denny's. Known for its exhibition cooking and celebrity sightings, 13 Coins is an upscale American diner - which means that among the 125 menu items are such mouth watering specialties as filet mignon, Australian rock lobster, and veal. 13 Coins also boasts a full bar and, at the Sea-Tac location, live nightly entertainment.

5 Spot
1502 Queen Anne Ave. N. | ph: (206) 285-7768
The 5 Spot's specialty is American comfort food, but this doesn't make it just any old diner. In fact, the 5 Spot is anything but pedestrian. This is because the 5 Spot reinvents itself several times a year. You see, the 5 Spot is all about regional American cuisine, and aside from featuring a handful of dishes from all around the country on their regular menu, the owners spotlight specific cuisines during the year. Although all restaurants have seasonal specials, the 5 Spot takes it a step further. When they spotlight something, they go all the way. This means that when the menu changes, so does the scenery. When Brooklyn cuisine is on the menu, you can view the Brooklyn Bridge and the Statue of Liberty (or reasonable facsimiles) from your table. When it's Texas time, expect cowboy boots and armadillos. This is all-American dining at its best.

96 Union
96 Union Street [ Downtown ] | ph: (206) 623.3783
You'll find this restaurant tucked into the area just south of Pike Place Market. Step inside, or dine on the deck, for subtly balanced Mediterranean dishes, served to an upscale set of diners. The salads and pizzas are especially good.

407 Olive Way | ph: (206) 382-6999
If Seattle was located in the Mediterranean, this is what all of our food would taste like. Since it's not, we can fantasize and eat the inspired cuisine at Andaluca, where savory tapas, paella, and Spanish wines are always on the menu. Try the Crab Tower Salad for lunch, or the Cabrales Crusted Beef Tenderloin for dinner.

Aqua Verde
1303 NE Boat Street | ph: (206) 545.8570
Aqua Verde is one of the loveliest places to enjoy Mexican food in the entire city. Located on the south tip of the U-District, Aqua Verde juts out onto the Ship Canal, and has plentiful outdoor seating for patrons wanting to sample the summer breezes and light air. Aqua Verde offers a simple, authentic menu of Northern Mexican food fused with a Northwest twist.

Assaggio Ristorante
2010 Fourth Ave. [ Downtown ]| ph: (206) 441-1399
Having Assaggio in the city is like having our own small, Italian village right in the middle of downtown. This is because owner Mauro Golmarvi, infuses his restaurant with the kind of warm, convivial ambiance found in the tiny, family owned restaurants of Italy. Present nearly every night, Golmarvi makes sure to properly greet his guests - remembering regulars by name and with a kiss on the cheek. But the atmosphere isn't the only thing that's authentic - everything from the antipasti to the wine list (hand selected on quarterly trips to Italy's wine region) is flavored exactly as they do in the kitchens of northern and central Italy.

Avenue One
1921 First Ave. [ Belltown ] | ph: (206) 441-6139
Avenue One is glamorous without being snooty, much like the Jazz Age Paris bistros it was modeled after. Fresh Northwest ingredients prepared with French panache is the secret here -- not to mention the stunning view of Elliott Bay from the cozy Fireside Room. Order the Tuna Tartare, which arrives wrapped in Nova Smoked Salmon and Dill Mint Vinaigrette, or go for the Rabbit and Wild Mushroom Fricassee.

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