Eater's Essential Restaurants: Seattle

Eater's Essential Restaurants: Seattle

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    An unmarked hole in the wall, this is the go-to for authentic Japanese food in the International District. There's a sushi bar and handful of tables that fill-up quickly.
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    Chilled Dungeness crab with garlic mayo, king salmon cured in honey & camomile, and the lamb leg are just some of the menu minglers. Don't leave without the sourdough bread.
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    In chef Tamara Murphy's words: "We’re not Spanish. We’re not Italian. It’s about what’s fresh and what we feel like cooking that day. The menu will always be changing.
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    In this charming place, expect an abundance of delicious seasonal vegetables, wood oven-fired meats and fish, pickled treats and fresh baked desserts — favorites of Erickson's.
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    Renee Erickson's oyster bar offers seemingly simple small plates of seafood and beautiful in-season fare that keep the tucked-away dining room reliably packed. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    This home in Wallingford is chef Maria Hines' beacon of culinary achievement. Tilth will always be the restaurant that started her on her culinary cultivation. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    This Belltown destination has major cocktail credibility, but the chefs produce food with a modernist flair that feels memorable, not gimmicky. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    Jason Stratton has made this trattoria inexorably his own with memorable pastas and Piedmont-influenced fare. Stop by the adjoining Artusi bar for a cocktail. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    This is as Seattle as it gets: Northwest ingredients and dishes that seem disarmingly simple, until you realize you could never recreate them yourself. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    Sushi joints are a dime a dozen in this city, but Shiro's will always be at the top of the heap.goo.gl/fnslzb
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    Braving the lines for cured meat sandwiches and hot fare like porchetta is a Seattle rite of passage. Salumi is open just a handful of days and only for lunch. goo.gl/fnslzb
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    There's no lack of banh mi in Seattle, but Saigon Deli in the International District has a long-standing reputation as the best. goo.gl/fnslzb
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