While known for its bustling, vibrant culture and breathtaking views, Seattle is also home to some truly incredible dining. Traditional American flavors are accompanied by Pacific Northwest influences to create a dining experience as diverse and rich as the city itself. Sample the region’s wide variety of local fish and wine. Here are our top Seattle restaurants to try while on your next trip!

Fog Room Treehouse at The Charter Hotel Seattle

JUNO Restaurant and Polar Bar – The Arctic Club Seattle

JUNO offers Northwest cuisine that is ever-changing and always inspiring. The menu features a vast selection of dishes, from mouth-watering appetizers and soul-pleasing entrees to decadent dessert plates designed to share. Working with and in support of local businesses, the chef creates dishes inspired by the season’s bounty and its elements allowing you to take comfort in your choice from the daily offerings. Accompany your meal with a selection from the creative cocktail list or extensive wine collection.

After dinner step into the Polar Bar, a step back in time to an era where quality and style are one. Luxurious leather seating, velvet draperies, and carefully crafted details make the historic Polar Bar a legend all its own.

Redtrees Restaurant and BarHilton Seattle

The redtrees restaurant + bar shows the contemporary re-design of the downtown landmark Hilton Seattle at its best. It boasts a comfortable, casual space enhanced by modern furnishings and refined finishes. With the use of crisp patterns, bold accents, and unexpected architectural elements, this prime space has been transformed into a place of timeless, urban sophistication. American cuisine with a Pacific Northwest flair is the star of this feature presentation.

Patagōn & Fog Room – The Charter Hotel Seattle

Patagōn is an upscale modern interpretation of Argentine cuisine focused on fresh, locally sourced grilled meat, fish and vegetables. Take a virtual tour of Patagōn. 

Fog Room is a chic rooftop lounge that blends a sultry ambiance, indoors with outdoors, amazing views, delicious shared plates and craft cocktails. Take a virtual tour of the Fog Room at night. 

13 Coins & Zephyr Bar – Embassy Suites Pioneer Square

13 Coins is a timeless Seattle institution where generations have settled in for an unforgettable experience since 1967. Famed for its lively, counter-side exchanges, 13 Coins has been host to countless first dates and proposals, family and company gatherings, celebrity sightings, and many late (or “early!”) nights on the town with friends. Delicious food lining a dazzling 24-hour menu, engaging line chefs who banter playfully, and friendly, professional servers keep you coming back time and again.

Zephyr, meaning westerly wind, is a place for guests to socialize, mingle and linger. The bar serves as a nod to the Golden Age of travel when romantics journeyed for the adventure and cache of exploring new places. The flavors of the time featured herbaceous pre prohibition infusions paired with clean distilled finishes. Each cocktail was carefully created to capture a moment in time and presented with the utmost attention to detail. With our menu we strive to reflect this historic art and the spirit of our neighborhood by offering a glimpse into what makes our area unique.

Cascades Restaurant and Bar at Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue

Cascades Restaurant and Bar – Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue

Cascades Restaurant & Bar specializes in Pacific Northwest cuisine, offering everything from burgers to soups and sandwiches as well as seafood and steaks. Browse the wine list or order your favorite beverage to accompany your meal from the lounge.

Basil’s Kitchen – Embassy Suites SeaTac International Airport

A pleasant surprise awaits you at Basil’s Kitchen, where guests are treated to a casual yet sophisticated atmosphere featuring Mediterranean Cuisine with a regional flare. Open for lunch and dinner, the menu offers a variety to suit all tastes. Experience Basil’s salmon, NW seafood chowder and Capellini Bianchini as specially prepared by our award-winning culinary team.

Spencer’s for Steak and Chops – Hilton Seattle Airport and Conference Center

Savor mouth-watering entrées for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Spencer’s is one of the country’s finest steakhouses and offers the best in prime beef, succulent chops and sensational seafood.

Maxi’s – DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport

Maxi’s at the Top of the Tower features the best R&B hits of yesterday and today. Come dressed to impress. Open Friday & Saturday night only. Cover charge is $10 on Fridays and $20 on Saturdays.

Currant Bistro at The Sound

Currant Bistro – The Sound

Current Bistro’s menu is fresh, regionally sourced, and pairs perfectly with Seattle’s best craft beer and Washington wines. For the early risers, our coffee is perked and waiting alongside fresh baked goods, hot breakfast sandwiches, and much more.

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