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Always a treat to locate a McCormick Restaurant when we are on travel as we don’t have one near our home. Food, service and quality are consistently good no matter the location. Good sized chilled martinis. Filet mignon, trout, salmon all excellent. Also appreciate the complimentary chocolate dessert we received for our anniversary celebration. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We hadn't been to the Bistro for awhile, but decided to go for our anniversary at the last minute. The food was spectacular, the service excellent and the ambiance was great for a special occasion. It made for a very special evening. We plan to go to the Bistro more regularly from now on. MoreOpenTable Diner -
The Corson Building Restaurant is the best food I ever had, creative menus with an amazing mix of tastes, a symphony of deliciousness. Menu changes daily, but also they change with the seasons, and every season we are impressed. Recommend making reservations.. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Amante Pizza & Pasta in Everett serves traditional Italian cuisine and gourmet pizzas. All of the dishes at Amante Pizza & Pasta are freshly made using only the highest quality ingredients. They are based off of family recipes that reflect authentic Italian traditions. On the menu, there are over 30 specialty pizzas and more than 15 unique pasta dishes, so everyone is sure to find something they will enjoy.
In addition to the pizzas and pastas at Amante Pizza & Pasta, you will find a range of appetizers like Buffalo wings and potato skins, many salads like the Caesar or Greek and specialty calzones like the meat lovers and the BBQ chicken.More
Sawyer is a casual yet chic new American restaurant and bar located in the heart of Ballard’s burgeoning restaurant scene. Designed for family style sharing, our menu is made up of large and small plates inspired by food that people crave, with a focus on technique, whimsy, and comfort. Featuring floor to ceiling windows, exposed beams and cozy booths, the renovated 1920s sawmill includes a main dining room, full bar and all-seasons patio.More
The iconic city tucked inside the Pacific northwest coast does see a lot of rain, but when the sun shines on Seattle, it dazzles. Don’t miss the chance to dine at one of the many waterfront restaurants serving oysters and Pacific-caught seafood. Take a stroll downtown and wander in and out of bookshops and bakeries. Arguably the birthplace of American coffee culture, there’s hardly a better place to enjoy leisurely lattes accompanied by hours of computing and the occasional pen and paper sketch.