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Seattle’s best restaurants? Classics revisited | The Seattle Times

Shiro's Restaurant - 2401 Ave, Seattle, WA One of the best Japanese restaurants: excellent service, fresh fish, creative menu and a very pleasant environment.

A three-course dinner for $23: What’s the deal with Seattle’s Portfolio Restaurant? | The Seattle Times

It’s got an amazing Puget Sound view. It’s open only three nights a week. And you’ve probably never heard of it.

JuneBaby in Seattle focuses on the home cooking of black Southerners, like braised oxtails and crunchy fried pigs’ ears. Pete Wells, NY Times

An Outpost of Southern Cuisine in the Pacific Northwest

JuneBaby in Seattle focuses on the home cooking of black Southerners, like braised oxtails and crunchy fried pigs’ ears. Pete Wells, NY Times

The next venture from John Sundstrom of Lark is... pizza.

Lark is moving and adding on Bitter/Raw and Slab Sandwich & Pie

Seattle Restaurant Week: 10 best overall values.

Seattle Restaurant Week: 10 best overall values.

Dahlia Lounge opened 25 years ago and earned Tom Douglas his first James Beard Award.

The Dahlia Lounge opened 25 years ago and earned Tom Douglas his first James Beard Award, in It still as good as it ever was. Pictured is the bar area.

Kate Jessup - Aragona Restaurant (Now Vespolina) dining room column.

Aragona, at the foot of Union Street, mixes contemporary and traditional style with top-notch food, beverages and service.

News, weather, traffic, events and photos from the City Desk at The Seattle Times.

File photo of Calozzi's by Ken Lambert/The Seattle Times--seattle sandwich shops

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TanakaSan | Venue details | Seattle Times Newspaper

TanakaSan, in Downtown as a cosmopolitan vibe and delciously spiced culinary DNA from Eric Tanaka.

seattle George’s Sausage & Delicatessen on First Hill is a magical little spot with an Eastern European feel. The 35-year-old deli serves an assortment of goodies, from Polish sausages made in-house to Armenian wine.

Owner Janet Lidzbarski has run the marvelous George’s Sausage & Delicatessen on First Hill since it opened 35 years ago. (Lindsey Wasson/The Seattle Times)

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