Photo: David Newman

Food & Drink

It’s hard to beat the Pacific Northwest when it comes to fresh ingredients, forward-thinking chefs, and an unparalleled dedication to all things local.

Whether you want to dine on flavor-packed dishes or sip small-batch spirits, Seattle is the place to taste your heart out. Local celebrity chefs like Tom Douglas, Ethan Stowell, and Renee Erickson infuse the city with their creative flavors, while a number of Washington wineries, breweries, coffee roasters, cideries, soda makers, and distilleries make it easy to always drink like a local. Sink your teeth into juicy burgers, get a sugar fix at a beloved Seattle bakery, or relax at an indie coffee shop. The options are endlessly delicious.

Octopus Bean Salad Photo: Christopher Clayton

Restaurants & Eateries

Seattle Skyline Latte Art Photo: David Newman

Coffee, Tea & Sweets

eattle: Theo Chocolate Factory Tour Photo: Eli Duke

Food Tours

Photo: Kate Borkowski

Beer & Breweries

Woodinville Wine Country Photo: iStock

Wine & Wineries

Photo: Nico Kaiser

Spirits & Distilleries

Courtesy Frankie & Jo's

Where should I eat if I have a dietary restriction

The choices are plentiful, but Allecia Vermillion, Executive Director of Seattle Met, shares her favorite spots to find vegetarian, vegan, and gluten-free flare around the city.


Food & Drink Partners

Tavolata – Capitol Hill Capitol Hill

Tavolata – Capitol Hill

  • Address 501 E Pike St, Seattle, WA 98122
  • Phone (206) 420-8355
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Cafe Nordstrom Downtown Seattle

Cafe Nordstrom

  • Address 500 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
  • Phone (206) 628-1610
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Spruce Cafe Downtown Seattle

Spruce Cafe

  • Address 724 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
  • Phone (206) 761-6608
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The Carlile Room Downtown Seattle

The Carlile Room

  • Address 820 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
  • Phone (206) 946-9720
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