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FIVE NIGHTS IN SEATTLE-ITINERARY

foodiegirl.com | Jan 13, 200508:44 PM     23

After much research, I have narrowed my dining choices for dinner to: Dahlia Lounge, Flying Fish, Wild Ginger, Restaurant Zoe and Union. For lunch, I have chosen Matt's, Shiro (Should I go to Saito instead?), Etta's and a restaurant in the International section. Can anyone suggest a great chinese restaurant? We are not looking for a fancy chinese restaurant but would rather go to a place that serves great seafood and nothing touristy. We will also probably go check out Salumi for a snack. Would you add/delete anything from the list? We do not like french food and that is why I did not include Mistral. Thanks so much for all your help and I promise to report back.

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