It's easy to leave your cares behind while you enjoy good company with good food and an amazing view at Ray's Boathouse and Cafe in Seattle. Take in a breathtaking view of the Seattle waterfront with a glimpse of the Olympic Mountains and enjoy the freshest mussels, calamari and ahi tuna. From salmon sliders to crab legs, you'll find all of your favorite classic seafoods with completely modern preparations to make a refreshing meal.
In the mood for some classic breakfast fare but don't want to dress up for brunch? Try Yvonne's this weekend. You can enjoy mimosas, biscuits and gravy, buttermilk pancakes and all the rest of your favorites without having to feel pretentious about it. Best of all? The prices are just as good.
Dinner and a show can get to be pretty boring, especially with what's playing in theaters lately. Dinner and burlesque? Now that sounds fun! At The Pink Door in Seattle, you can enjoy some elegant Italian dining and fun burlesque entertainment during your night out. Family recipes are served during lunch and dinnertime, creating simple yet delicious fare to tempt you in again before you even leave.
It's the perfect place for a date: The Black Cypress, open evenings from 5 to 10 PM, is the place to get a gorgeous meal in a sophisticated setting. Tilted ceilings and exposed brick keeps the chic atmosphere down to earth while you are tempted with meals like Kurobata pork chops with grilled kale straw. Roasted chicken, lamb chops and daily fish specials are what the restaurant is known for, but there's also tofu for the vegetarians.