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seattle best health/vegetarian food

nyssa | Apr 14, 200401:03 PM     5

hello -

i'm going to be arriving in seattle from NYC for a 3 day stay to visit a grad program at the U of Washington. I will be traveling with woman who likes to eat fresh, locally grown/caught food - mainly vegetables and fish. what places do you reccomend? we'll be staying in the university district but are willing to travel around the city -- on our list so far is kisaku sushi and maybe elliotts oyster house.
thanks in advance for any advice --
price range is flexible -- we'll probably splurge on a nice meal or two, but mainly trying to find places where entrees are $15 or below.
if i attend the university of washington i'd like to live in greenlake or wallingford, so restaurants in those neighborhoods would be ideal!
THANKS!

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