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L.A. Asian (i.e. will-eat-most-things) needs recs for last minute trip to Seattle!


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L.A. Asian (i.e. will-eat-most-things) needs recs for last minute trip to Seattle!

virgo411 | Sep 21, 2011 04:32 PM

Normally, I am much better prepared with a spreadsheet and multiple scenarios/options for all my foodie needs...planned and prepared weeks beforehand...but this time, the trip was so last minute, I'm hoping you all can help a girl out!

I will be in Seattle this weekend with 3 dinners, 2 lunches, and 3 breakfasts (if I wake up in time - totally not a morning person) available.

While I've been able to piece together seafood, oyster, dungeness crab options, Vietnamese, Asian fusion, and gastropubs, a certain "type" of restaurant eludes me...

I'm not sure how to describe it except meat-centric, decadent, generous and with a laid-back, neighborhood vibe...

Los Angeles = Animal / Eva (for their Sunday Suppers) / Mozza for the (Mangiare Familia suppers)
Montreal = Au Pied du Cochon
New York = Blue Ribbon / Minetta Tavern
San Francisco = Wayfare Tavern
Napa = Ad Hoc

What are the best options in Seattle for this kind of food?

P.S. And Any family-style suppers in Seattle would be much appreciated too! Not necessarily communal but rather family style where orders are meant to be shared amongst your table. Eva restaurant in LA does it for $39 on Sunday nights (all you can drink wine). Mozza does it a couple times a week with their Mangiare Familia series for $75 per person (nose to tail dining), all served on platters...

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