Seattle in 24

Updated: Aug 7, 2019

Eat your way through this city in 24 hours.



Seattle may be known for its coffee, grunge music and rainy days, but the city also has a lot to offer when it comes to dining. The list below has you covered for breakfast, lunch, and dinner; from Seattle’s coffee to its famous seafood .


Breakfast


Columbia City Bakery

Columbia City Bakery offers a variety of sweet and savory treats. You can watch tortas, coffee cake, and award-winning baguettes baked fresh behind the counter. You can also find Columbia City Bakery at a few local neighborhood farmers markets throughout Seattle.


📍4865 Rainier Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98118


Slate Coffee Roasters

Slate Coffee Roasters is a trendy coffee shop with five locations throughout the city. The Instagram-worthy ambiance is perfect for a coffee date, meeting, or workspace. Slate Coffee Roasters is especially known for its deconstructed latte, which is broken down to espresso, milk, and the completed latte to create a full flavor experience.


📍602 2nd Ave, Seattle, Washington 98104


Image by Slate Coffee Roasters


Lunch


Matt's in the Market

Matt's in the Market is an intimate but casual restaurant that overlooks the Public Market Center and beautiful Seattle views. The kitchen uses the market downstairs for fresh ingredients and menu inspiration, which includes a lot of fresh seafood. Our recommendation would be the catfish sandwich.


📍94 Pike ST, Ste 32, Seattle, Washington 98101


Le Pichet

Le Pichet is a traditional French Bistro, which is just how it looks from the outside with its blue windowpanes and petite patio. The inside is cozy with décor that provides a European feel. Le Pichet offers a great wine selection, fantastic charcuterie plates, and decadent desserts.


📍1933 1st Ave, Seattle, Washington 98101


Image by Matt's in the Market


Dinner


The Walrus and the Carpenter

Oysters are a must if you are visiting the coast, so The Walrus and the Carpenter can't be missed. It's literally on every Seattle dining list ever. The bright and open restaurant has a fantastic bar top and outdoor patio. The food is fresh with small, but savory portions. Stop in during the oyster happy hour to sample a variety of oysters at a great price.


📍4743 Ballard Ave NW, Seattle, Washington 98107

Maneki

Maneki is one of the oldest Japanese restaurants in Seattle and is known for its traditional style and menu; it even features a traditional tatami room. The restaurant looks small and unremarkable from the outside, but the sushi is exquisite.


📍304 6th Ave S, Seattle, Washington 98104


Image by The Walrus and Carpenter

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