Eat and Drink

If dinner with a view is right up your alley, this restaurant has some fantastic sights from its tables.

The Attic at Salish Lodge in Washington sits right by Snoqualmie Falls, and its tables overlook the stunning waterfall.

You can enjoy your meal and bask in the tranquility of the cascades. 

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Sometimes it can be hard to satisfy a sweet tooth, especially when you're craving something other than ice cream or a candy bar. For a giant dessert that won't leave you hungry, Milkie Milkie in Seattle dishes up ginormous plates of Bingsoo (shaved ice). These bowls are stacked high and come in tons of delicious flavors.

Milkie Milkie is a Korean restaurant specializing in desserts.

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There's nothing quite like a soft, fresh, and fried pastry. Jet City Beignet in Seattle will transport your taste buds straight down to the French Quarter of New Orleans. Beignets in the city can be kind of hard to come by, especially a single location that just serves them up so you can imagine the excitement when this spot moved into town!

It opened in West Seattle earlier this year; Jet City Beignet is the brainchild of a local couple Greg and Tiffany, who decided that they wanted to take their love of New Orleans cuisine and bring it to the mouths of Seattleites

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There are tons of hidden gems all over the city, but one place that is often overlooked is the eateries inside the Amazon Spheres. Willmott's Ghost in Seattle is an Italian hot spot that sits inside the greenhouse-like structure. It has yummy food, drinks, and an even better ambiance.

Willmott's Ghost is an Italian eatery that focuses on cuisine coming out of Rome.

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If coffee and booze are your jam, you'll have to try out Starbuck's Reserve Roastery in Seattle. As popular as coffee is in the Emerald City, it's no surprise that this spot serves up some of the best coffee cocktails. This one is for all of those espresso connoisseurs out there.

This isn't your typical Starbucks shop. The roastery is designed to be an elevated coffee experience with offerings like tastings.

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There's nothing quite like a cocktail as the perfect hangover cure. Garage Bar and Grill in Washington serves up the mother of all Bloody Mary's. They have an entire list to try from, but it's the list of toppings that send this boozy beverage into a league of its own.  

The Garage Bar and Grill in Bremerton is the place to go to watch a sports game or just get some down-home comfort food.

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This downtown eatery set up social distancing tents and they're actually adorable.

Eastlake Bar and Grill in Seattle wanted to maximize their social distancing precautions by placing plastic tents around some of their patio tables.

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Boba is having a moment right now, but have you ever heard of Boba cheese toast? What about red bean toast? Or Taro Ball Milk Bowls? Well, Meetea in Washington, has a full menu of treats like boba teas, lattes, and taro desserts for anyone obsessed with those delicious little tapioca balls.

Meetea is about 45 minutes east of the city in Redmond. It has a very robust and exciting menu, especially the boba cheese toast.

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There's nothing quite like an In-N-Out burger, especially for us Washingtonians. Still, Ben Paris in Seattle just created their version inspired by the famous and tasty "animal style." For the longest time, the closest location to the city was in California, but now there's a new one on the block. 

Chef Quinton from Ben Paris discovered In-N-Out Animal Style burgers when he lived in San Francisco as he worked as a sous chef. In a moment of craving the popular chain, Quinton decided to create his own, calling it the "Tavern Burger."

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If your inner foodie is craving some in-person dining, these Seattle restaurants open for dine-in will cure your craving. After months of takeout only and constant at-home cooking, you'll never take being served a glass of wine or cheeseburger for granted again. Get ready for ten of the city's open restaurants.

From seafood to cheeseburgers and oysters, several restaurants are opening at 25% capacity. 

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There's nothing quite like a good old fashioned donut, but the Donut Factory in Seattle is taking this sweet treat to a whole new level. What started as a regular shop escalated into unique ice cream donut sandwiches, but their latest partnership might just take the cake. 

The staple partnered with Sugar and Spoon, an edible cookie dough shop, to create their newest confection, the donut cookie dough sandwich!

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As peaceful protests continue, be sure to stop and fill your bellies at some black-owned businesses in Seattle. These 11 restaurants and cafes have been serving up some delicious food over the years, and there's no better time to get out and grub. So before you head out for lunch or dinner, make sure to check out this list!

Between some of these eateries, there's something to satisfy any craving you might be having.

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