Resy is pleased to announce that we’ve officially launched in the Emerald City. Now, in addition to those in New York, Washington DC, Los Angeles, Miami, San Francisco, and Charleston, the best restaurants in Seattle are bookable on Resy.
You are where you eat, so do find yourself at these fine establishments posthaste:
A “love letter to the French Atlantic,” Bar Melusine dishes out the maritime flavors of Normandy and Brittany. The star of the show is seafood, both raw and cooked, alongside meats, vegetables and a meticulously curated wine list. Think French whites by the glass, oysters, moules-frites, and steak tartare, plus cocktails to top it off. // Capitol Hill. Book now at Bar Melusine.
Barrio Mexican Kitchen & Bar
The Pacific Northwest meets Mexico for this Latin-inspired menu. Agave spirits flow with an impressive cocktail program, including a blood orange margarita on draft. For the whole experience, enjoy your salt-rimmed drink with the butternut squash and kale enchiladas. // Capitol Hill. Book now at Barrio Mexican Kitchen & Bar.
Farm fresh directs the menu at this contemporary steakhouse: every dish at Bateau is sourced from the restaurant’s local farm, Le Ferme des Anes, and other local purveyors. The proof is in the beef, with specialty cuts sold by weight with equally delicious sides, iconic cocktails, and an extensive wine list. Hospitality is friendly, yet refined. // Capitol Hill. Book now at Bateau.
Brave Horse Tavern
Have you tried a brick oven pretzel yet? It was meant to pair with one of the over 30 beers on tap at this Seattle bar. Pull up a chair and grab a brew as the kitchen whips up a buttermilk fried chicken sandwich, complete with pickled green tomatoes. Cheers! // South Lake Union. Book now at Brave Horse Tavern.
Knee High Stocking Co.
Shh! An ode to prohibition era speakeasies, Knee High Stocking Co. is located in an unmarked corner space offering banh mi from the kitchen and an extensive cocktail menu at the bar. Like your spirits neat? From gin to whiskey, the options are endless. // Capitol Hill. Book now at Knee High Stocking Co.
Spice fills the air at Seattle’s best Middle Eastern restaurant, Mamnoon. The tastes of Lebanon and Syria – celebrations of culture – are executed in every dish. Share small plates or order from the grill, just don’t miss dessert; the orange blossom Baklawa does not disappoint. // Capitol Hill. Book now a Mamnoon.
Matt’s in the Market
When the owner was a fishmonger for over ten years, you know the Halibut Fishwich will be on point. A neighborhood favorite, Matt’s in the Market has a fully stocked bar and a kitchen to match. // Downtown. Book now at Matt’s in the Market.
Take an elevator up to this chic rooftop space for a modern Middle Eastern by-way-of-the-Mediterranean menu. Sprawling views from Queen Anne’s hills to Lake Union set the mood, while the custom designed blankets and mosaic tables celebrate local artisans. Classic cocktails with a twist, paired with Chef Jason Stratton’s menu, are a perfect match. // South Lake Union. Book now at MBar.
Monsoon Seattle + Monsoon Bellevue
Virtual trips to Saigon, these modern Vietnamese restaurants offer the freshest ingredients with Chinese and European cooking traditions. Monsoon is a blend of traditional Vietnamese cuisine with Pacific Northwest ingredients. Dim sum brunch, craft cocktails and a daily happy hour are the complete package. // Capitol Hill and Bellevue. Book now at Monsoon Seattle and Monsoon Bellevue.
After two decades, Nishino never fails to deliver delicious traditional and contemporary Japanese dishes. Enjoy the chef’s latest omakase with a crisp sake, or order à la carte, just steps away from Seattle’s Park Arboretum. // Washington Park. Book now at Nishino.
With a burger that tops all of Seattle’s “Best in the City” lists, this upscale Northwestern cuisine restaurant from chef Tom Douglas takes meat very seriously. Top-notch cocktails and an upscale interior add to the draw of this already stellar eatery. Happy hour delivers, as does the wood rotisserie. // Denny Triangle. Book now at Palace Kitchen.
Spirits runs high at this establishment, located in the heart of Pike Place Market. The menu compliments the extensive beverage program with an update on classic comfort food. Lamb neck sloppy Joe is the ticket, and even the Warm Chocolate Chip Cookies lives up to the name, with a shot of whiskey good measure. // Downtown. Book now at Radiator Whiskey.
The Butcher’s Table
This sexy steakhouse features the choicest selection of meats, offering prime cuts, waygu steaks, and a takeaway butcher counter. Local craft beers, wines and creative cocktails compliment the luxe menu. The large fireplace and hidden nooks are perfect for a private evening. // Denny Triangle. Book now at The Butcher’s Table.
The Whale Wins
With a Beard award for Best Chef Northwest, The Whale Wins has landed a big one. The “travel inspired cuisine” roasts the freshest catch of the day and serves seasonal local fare straight from a rustic wood fired oven. Share plates large and small make it the perfect spot for a group night out or an evening for two. // Wallingford. Book now at The Whale Wins.
The White Swan Public House
Seafood-focused fare with a view of Lake Union for days, Seattle’s newcomer, the White Swan, is seaworthy without the shtick. The playful menu includes Poutine O’ The Sea, a nod to Seattle’s neighbors in the North, and an oyster happy hour. // South Lake Union. Book now at The White Swan Public House.
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