Eating Your Way around Seattle

I have been fortunate enough to visit Seattle, Washington twice in my life. Both times I ate so much I nearly rolled home to my hotel at night. The second time we cleverly booked a hotel with a courtesy shuttle. Perfect, eat too much and call for assistance.

Of course it is a foody heaven at the Pike Place Market, infamous for fish throwing, fresh produce and organic goodies. Love a bit of World Spice and Chukar Cherries.

Famous chef Tom Douglas has a plethora of restaurants to visit, Serious Pie for gourmet pizzas, Lola, Dahlia Lounge and Bakery for to-die-for Doughnuts, Palace Kitchen, Etta’s for famous seafood and the others.

One of my favourite places is Purple, for its wine tasters and great deserts, with a gorgeous wine bottle staircase. And French cuisine at RN74.

One of the best ways to get a taste of the city (pun intended) is to do a food tour with Savor Seattle. The Pike Place Market tour is great and last time I did the Booze’n’Bites tour; snacks and alcohol on a weekday afternoon – delightful!

Donuts at Dahlia’s – so good people have cried
Pizza from Serious Pie
Chuka Cherries – Mouthwatering!
Meals and wine tastings at Purple
Having a fish thrown at you – Bucket list item achieved
Our talented tour guide, Ezra
Love the Market so much!
Love it in the day, love it in the night…
Do you want fries with that? At Palace Kitchen
Cocktails at the Kitchen, yes please!
Cocktails in the afternoon, it’s how we roll
The beautiful Sound
On Tour in Downtown Seattle
Drinks and fancy lamps at Dahlias
Dessert tastings!
Mood Lighting at Palace Kitchen
Loved that Blanco pizza
Market digs
So upset I couldn’t buy these $5 bouquets!
Beautiful Berries
A must see in Seattle
The scene of the fish throwing


Spices to die for

Stay: Silver Cloud Hotels

Eat: Tacos Guaymas

See: Space Needle

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