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"Northwestern Cuisine" in Seattle


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This New Jersey boy is going to be in Seattle during the summer for 3 nights, and he'd like to experience the Northwestern style of cooking. He's not looking for foie gras and Kobe beef; he'd prefer Dungeness, geoduck, mushrooms, berries, salmon and halibut.

Setting can range from informal (fish shack with view of water) to trendy, but not too frou-frou. Price can be inexpensive to moderate (think entrees under $30). Oh, and a couple of his companions think that fried rice is an exotic food, so if the restaurant can make a steak that would be a plus. Likely staying downtown/near the Pike Market.

Thanks for your suggestions.

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Matt's in the Market and Tilth for nicer, sit down service; Market Grill, Pike Place Chowder and Sunfish Seafood for casual/order at the counter style. Lots written about all these places if you search here and google. Maximilien (in the Market) would be good as well-great view of bay, great ambiance, and plenty of local seafood (crab, mussels, salmon) though it's a French restauant (maybe French-NW would be most accurate).

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We enjoyed the Dahlia Lounge while in Seattle, it is a Tom Douglas venue (Etta's.) We also loved the Flying Fish in Belltown and Salty's on Alki Beach for the Coconut Prawns and gorgeous views of Seattle from the outdoor patio area there. :)

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