4 based on 189 reviews
We had a late evening meal at Farrelli's after flying to Seattle, seeing some sights, and then finding our nearby hotel. The waitress was friendly and helpful. We ordered the Northwest Traditional pizza and enjoyed it. It was a bit pricey but the flavor was great.
4 based on 154 reviews
I was in town on business and visiting a friend near by who suggested we try dinner at Topside Bar and Grill. The view is spactucular of Puget Sound! It was a bit chilly so we ate inside although I would have loved to sit on the deck (maybe they need to purchase a couple of heaters). Our waiter Kellen was spot on without being annoying. Good choices of wine althugh $8 and $10 a glass. The clam chowder was exellent and I am a clam chowder snob since I grew up in Boston. My friend tried the backed avocado appitizer. It was unique and good just a lot of bread so not sure I would get it again. Friend got the giner cilantro salmon and cleaned her plate. I got the Chipotle Pork Loin. It was very good just wish they served a bit more of the sauce or a side dish of the sauce. Entrees were in the $20 price range so with 4 glasses of wine between us, an appetizer and 2 entrees the bill was $100. But they don't charge the "kitchen or cook tax" that I saw being charged in downtown Seattle. The restaurant is located upstairs with several steps. Not sure if they have a elevator so be aware. Would definately visit again if in the area!
4 based on 44 reviews
This is a great place to go for a casual drink and good food. Nightly specials include Fettuccine Alfredo and Steaks that are delicious! The appetizers come in large portions and the assortment of beer is nice. The outside seating area allows for good dogs and a nice view of the waterfront and ferry.
4 based on 181 reviews
Wasn't up for a fast food style chain, but have to say this is nothing like that. The food and service are both amazing, and we actually have fallen in love with this place.
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