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Seattle near convention center


Restaurants & Bars Seattle Area

Seattle near convention center

Kelbell | | Sep 1, 2011 09:09 PM

Seattle chowhounds, need your help! I'm going to be in Seattle for a conference from next Wednesday until the following Monday. I'm staying at the downtown Sheraton without a car. I've visited once and enjoyed wonderful meals at the following places: Le Pichet (breakfast), Salumi (lunch), Matt's in the Market (lunch), Elliott's Oyster House (happy hour), Mashiko (omakase), and one place in the International District for hotpot whose name I've forgotten. I'm not shy about returning to places I enjoyed, but I'm also looking for new places to try that are within walking distance, short cab rides, or within one bus or light rail ride.

With the exception of Wednesday, all other dinners will likely be after 8pm. I would like to stay around $20-30 per dinner or averaged as such over the course of my visit. Sometimes I will be on my own, other times in a group of 5-10 people.

Here's the list of meals needed:
Wednesday dinner
Thursday breakfast and lunch
Friday dinner
Saturday lunch and dinner

My preference is to eat foods that are either done exceptionally well or that I have a hard time finding in Baltimore unless I go to Philly or DC or make it myself. In no particular order, my wish list is for hot pot, soup dumplings, noodle soups, sushi, dungeness crab, oysters, and salmon. Off-the beaten path is good.

Oh, and if there are any good microbreweries within reasonable distance of the convention center, that would be great.

Le Pichet
Seattle, WA, Seattle, WA

Elliott's Oyster House
1201 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98101

309 3rd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104

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