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Lunch near Boeing's Museum of Flight?

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redbird Nov 23, 2012 09:04 AM

Hi there, We've made a last minute decision to go to the Museum of Flight this morning. I'm not familiar with the area and am wondering if there are any chow-worthy spots for lunch nearby? Open to all cuisines but no poultry as we are both suffering from turkey overload. Thanks in advance for any and all suggestions!

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    seattle_lee Nov 24, 2012 09:27 AM

    MsMaryMac hit on a number of good choices. Other good Georgetown options include:
    * Via Tribunali -- ask for the lunch menu
    * Stellar Pizza -- American-style pizza
    * Diamonji Sushi -- good lunch specials

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      Jeri L Nov 24, 2012 03:57 PM

      Also Hudson http://www.hudsonseattle.com/ and Calamity Jane's http://www.calamityjanes.biz/

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        mrnelso Nov 26, 2012 01:30 AM

        Stellar large half Flora Primo and half Corson classic is a favorite cold weather pizza.

      2. MsMaryMc Nov 24, 2012 01:11 AM

        Lots of good options in Georgetown: Smarty Pants http://smartypantsseattle.com/ (great sandwiches), Square Knot Diner https://www.facebook.com/TheSquareKnot (excellent breakfasts served all day), Hangar Cafe http://www.thehangarcafe.com/ (breakfasts, sandwiches), Katsu Burger http://katsuburger.com/ (Japanese-style breaded deep-fried meat served in a burger--trust me, it's awesome), Slim's Last Chance Chili Shack http://slimslastchance.com/ (chili for every taste, burgers, sandwiches, killer cheesy grits).

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