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Seattle Restaurants & Bars

1. Uli's: A sausage maker and vendor in the Pike Place Market. Pronounced oo-lee, not yu-lee.  
2. Pike Pub & Brewery: A restaurant and brewery located at Pike Place Market that features a plethora of excellent ales and tasty food to ...  
3. Beth's Café: One of Seattle's most popular 24-hour greasy spoons. Beth's boasts a 12-egg omlette for those who dare, and just ab...  
4. Ezell's Chicken: Ezell's, a fast food chain that began in Seattle, makes Oprah's favorite fried chicken. There are now 5 locations i...  
5. Kingfish Café: This is the place to go for delicious, heaping portions southern food in a lively, comfortable atmosphere. Kingfish...  
6. Crush: A very popular fine American restaurant by chef Jason Wilson, located in a converted house on E Madison St. There a...  
7. Nana's Soup Kitchen: Located near the border to Ravenna and the U-district, Nana's is THE best spot for a cup of fresh, homemade soup an...  
8. Purple: This fantastic Seattle wine bar is, of course known for their wine selection. I love them for their pastry-wrapped,...  
9. Red Mill: Amazing burger joint with just two locations in Seattle. They serve up amazing (messy) burgers, fries, onion rings,...  
10. Ivars: A Seattle landmark. Ivars can be found throughout the Pacific Northwest and has been here since the 1930's. Their f...  
11. Pagliacci: Also referred to as "Pags" (pronounced "pawgs" or "pogs").  
 
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