I'm taking a group of geeks (we make video games) to Seattle for an upcoming conference in late Aug. Last year we had a good time at some of the Tom Douglas restaurants and this year I want to branch out a bit. We'll likely return to Serious Pie as thats a fun place and we'll also make it to Salumi for lunch. One of the places I saw in a recent article of "where the locals eat" is Kingfish. We're from Canada, so we have very little southern/soul food up here and I'd like to take the group to try it. We're going to be staying near the convention center, so don't want to travel too far.
Is this a good or bad idea? I'm not that worried if there is a better option on the other side of the city, I'm more concerned with if Kingfish is an overall good restaurant.
Any feedback is appreciated. =)