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srowson Sep 8, 2008 09:49 AM

My wife, mother-in-law and 4.5 year old son will be spending the week in Seattle...without me. All three appreciate good food from all over the world, including our little Chowhound-in-training (who happens to love tapas and sashimi - go figure).

They asked where to eat and I drew a blank. Seattle's at the top of my list but haven't been there yet. Digging around here I've come up with a few places that seem oft-mentioned and seem relatively kid-friendly for a well-behaved child. How's the list look? Other places I'm missing, should be cut from the list?

Harvest Vine
Lark
Pike Place Market (incl. Matt's)
Salumi

They'll be all over town so location isn't terribly important.

Thanks all.

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    zoogrrrl Sep 8, 2008 09:04 PM

    I would recommend a lunch at one of the three Tutta Bella locations, and Columbia City is my favorite. Great salads, flatbread, pizza and gelato. Our 4 year old loves it!

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      srowson Sep 9, 2008 08:31 AM

      Good stuff. I'll pass that along. Thanks!

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      zataar Sep 9, 2008 08:34 AM

      Coastal Kitchen is very kid friendly, especially at breakfast.
      We had the rudest service ever at Salumi this summer. Hopefully they were just having a bad day. It's so tiny and crowded, I don't know if I would consider it kid friendly.

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