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Brasa's, oysters and ...

SteveR | Aug 8, 200201:25 PM     6

Any recent reports on Brasa? I am heading to Seattle for the first time (from San Francisco) and have reservations for this weekend. Should I keep them?

Is Elliot's very touristy? If so, what are some alternatives for oysters?

Any other recommendations for dinner this weekend where I won't need a reservation too far in advance? I am not interested in French, Italian or Fusion this weekend, and am particularly interested in restaurants that highlight the NW cuisine and wines. I am willing to leave the downtown area but will not have a car so would need to be able to take a cab or public transporation.

I am already heading to Flying Fish one evening.

Thanks

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