One Dinner in Seattle
- EmmaToo May 3, 2008 04:00 PM
We will be in Seattle for one evening and I really want to have a good plate of food that isn't too expensive. We will be a group of six with one six year old and we're open to any kind of cuisine (awesome pizza, Thai, seafood, Indian, whatever) and it'd be great if it were either within walking distance or a short taxi or bus ride away from the vicinity of 6th Ave and University Street downtown.
Thank you for any and all suggestions.
Don't live in Seattle but, love to visit and will again at the end of the month. Can't wait to eat at some of the standards in Pike Place. If you're not familiar, I'd eat in there. It's so Seattle. Matt's at the Market, Steelhead Diner, Flying Fish. And, haven't been here but, sure sounds intriguing!..Pan Africa @ Sanitary Market entrance on 1st - Ethiopian/African. Enjoy! A fan from L.A. :)
Take the adults to Zig Zag for cocktails. It's on the Pike Street Hill Climb
between Western Ave & Alaskan Way
A six year old, not too expensive, and a short distance from 6th/University make this a tough assignment! ;-) My suggestion would be to jump on bus (or grab a cab) and take the short trip down to the International District. Have tasty, inexpensive Chinese food at Shanghai Garden --- the kid will love the huge fish tank in the dining room --- and then wander across the street to Uwajimaya (www.uwajimaya.com), an enormous Asian grocery store. Marvel at the interesting food and househhold items, not to mention their disturbingly extensive Hello Kitty collection!