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tarlahill Sep 20, 2009 09:42 AM

I need some delicious foodie advice. Myself and my family of 11 (2 kids) are all going to Seattle to explore, eat, laugh, and become better acquainted with one another and I am in charge of our ONE meal out! Not to mention it's my birthday:) So I need some culinary advice picking the perfect restaurant for dinner. Here are the requirements:
-(most importantly) DELICIOUS FOOD
-Can seat a large group
-Reasonably prices (entrees from $20-30)
-Kid friendly (but these are really well behaved kids)
-In or around Seattle
We truly love food and want to be in a place that will excited our taste buds and leave us feeling amazed at our culinary luck. We want a magic meal. Can you help? Any advice would be appreciated.

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    howard 1st Sep 20, 2009 11:51 AM

    steelhead diner (In the market) has a room which can handle your gang (of course, call ahead!), superb food in your price range from upscale diner to locavore treasures, full bar and nice wine list and is as utterly casual as anyplace in town.

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      staffstuff Sep 20, 2009 01:45 PM

      Buca di Beppo

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        boisenewbie Sep 20, 2009 07:19 PM

        I am sure tarlahill doesn't wan't a chain.

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          tarlahill Sep 20, 2009 07:56 PM

          I don't... but thank you for the suggestion;)
          Steelhead sounds good!
          Any comment on Anchovies and Olives? or Spinasse?

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            firecracker Sep 20, 2009 08:11 PM

            Stick with Steelhead over A&O.

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              equinoise Sep 23, 2009 11:11 AM

              Second the vote on Steelhead. I like Spinasse very much, but don't think it's your bag--it's a small dining room with very close, nearly communal tables, and I didn't see one kid there when I went.

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