Downtown Seattle Restaurants for Epic Summer Memories

As opposed to popular perception, summer is not only about beaches and the outdoors. Although it can’t be argued that taking the time to experience nature is at its best during the summer season, many prefer other types of escapades—some want those that don’t involve walking trails, skin dipping, tanning, and scorching heat. This is where alternative summer destinations are considered and Seattle has lots to offer when it comes to these places. Whatever the type of person you are, or the things and activities that you are interested in, there will be a place in the beautiful city of Seattle for you.

For food and drinks lovers who prefer cozying up summer afternoons in restaurants taking a bite of sumptuous treats while reading books or browsing their mobile phones, downtown Seattle restaurants are your best alternatives. Seattle is a city blessed with good food made by good people. It is never short of awesome restaurants and a variety of cuisines that will sure to make every summer day more interesting and exciting.

But can summer in Seattle ever be fun inside a restaurant?

You bet! After all, it’s not all about where you are, it’s all about whom you are with and the memories that you create. How many times have we seen groups of friends sharing roaring laughters inside a café? How many times have we seen families bond and having the best conversations over delicious food?

For a more fun experience, you can do some restaurant hopping and try out the house specialties of some downtown Seattle restaurants. Go out with friends and have that quest to find the best tasting desserts or appetizers in town and write about it. You can also start you summer food quest in Seattle has you will never run out of things to discuss for sure.

However you want to spend it or whatever scenario you want to create, there is a downtown Seattle restaurant for you. Start the escapade today!


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  • *Special of the week*  Cod fish Po-boy $9.99
Beer battered and Fried Cod Fish!
On top of lettuce,tomato & onion. Held together with a hot hoagie roll + red pepper remoulade! Stop in an try one while supplies last!
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  • Butter braised #Opal apples in a puff pastry. Opals fresh from Franks Produce in the market,
Paired with a cinnamon vanilla caramel from scratch. Finished with vanilla ice cream, caramel, & garnish!. Created by our own @eliasconrad. Available all day @ $7.99
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  • review rating 5  David and I had a double shot of Jim Beam and a PBR, Monet had a gin gimlet. The bartender was cool as heck, and had even cooler socks. Again David kept pressuring me to drink faster. This time it was because he was hungry, and I was hungry too so it didn't annoy me this time.

    thumb Jonathon Cunningham
    1/20/2019
  • review rating 5  If your ever in Seattle you must stop in The Blarney Stone Pub it's AWESOME friendly people nice atmosphere and the right place to be for any game. Big screen TV's all over and AWESOME FOOD it makes my mouth water just thinking of how good everything tastes ????.

    thumb Ray Leiter
    1/11/2018
  • review rating 5  I have been to quite a few pubs in the city. This was certainly the first I felt at home from the first night. You will not regret your visit. Hint hint. Go on a Wednesday or Saterday for the best experience.

    thumb Tarrent Adams
    2/17/2019
  • review rating 4  Was there on a Wed night, was hoppin. Just people watching and karaoke. Had a good time. Too good of a time actually!

    thumb M Dalgarn
    6/30/2018
  • review rating 5  This is hands down my favorite bar in Seattle. I am from the midwest where friendliness is an absolute expectation. Every time I have come here, the bartenders are so nice I forget I'm in Seattle. The drinks are affordble and they are fast even when busy. This is where I go when I want to feel "at home".

    thumb Anna Rodke
    9/29/2018

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