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Pacific Northwest

Use this tag to discuss food in Washington, Oregon, and Alaska. We also have tags for each of the individual states, as well as many of the cities within them, which you can browse here.

Big Geoduck Energy: Everything You Need to Know About the Phallic Clam of the Pacific Northwest

Your first sight of a geoduck may be alarming, but these hefty clams are prized for their surprisingly delicate taste and texture. While the traditional seafood fare of crab, oysters, and fish are timeless...

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Glacier MT area

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by Sandy Hadden 20 years ago

Would love suggestions on top restaurants in the Glacier Park - Kalispell - Bigfork Montana area for a trip there next weekend.. All ideas welcome. Thanks.

Dinner for 4?

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by Andrew Schneidler 20 years ago

My wife and I are going out to dinner with a close friend and his girlfriend. We are looking for suggestions for a great dinner in the downtown Seattle area. Priorities are: -Delicious food (opt...

restaurants in Port Townsend, Fork, La Push

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by sharye skinner 20 years ago

I am a first time traveler to the Olympic Penn. and am looking for the best places to favor the cuisine. MOney no object. Just good food..not big on seafood though.

Seattle's best finds

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by Cris Lafferty 20 years ago

Dear Chowhounds, Recently I was VERY impressed with Nell's at Greenlake. Terrific food, good service and a very European feel. Be sure to try the cheese tray after dinner. Very nice! I recomm...

Rover's not for this Chowhound

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by Adria K 21 years ago

Having eaten at both Rover's and Lampreia, I have to say that the latter wins, hands down. Rover's may have a nicer location, but the food was not as good as at Lampreia, and it was nearly twice th...

Seattle's new Dahlia Lounge

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by Cris Lafferty 21 years ago

I admit, I am a big Tom Douglas fan. Tom owns the Dahlia Lounge, Etta's Seafood Restaurant and The Palace Kitchen. Three distinctively different restaurants all within walking distance of Pike's ma...

authentic northwest atmosphere

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by Claire S 20 years ago

I will be visiting Seattle for the first time next month from New England and would like to dine well at a restaurant that is not touristy. I have made a reservation At Ray's Boathouse because the ...

B'fast

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by Brighten 20 years ago

Any good suggestions for the best breakfast between Bellingham and the Canadian border...five friends and I meet the second Sat. of each month for b'fast and we're getting tired of the same old pla...

Good Peking duck in town?

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by Kenan 20 years ago

Fellow chowhounds. Any favorite spots for Peking duck?...ideally a spot that sells enough ducks you don't need to order it a day ahead. I'd also like to know if folks have found any really good ...

Romantic Dinner in Seattle

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by Lauren 21 years ago

I am looking for a restaurant that is cozy and has a lot of atmosphere in addition to having great food. There are so many new restaurants to try but having not been there, I am unsure of their din...

Seaside, Oregon, and environs.

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by Carole Kenyon 20 years ago

We're looking for good fish & seafood, Pacific NW cuisine, bistro food in the area. Also, for our first night, is there someplace close to the Portland Airport? We'll be getting in late (for us)....

Best Salmon in Seattle?

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by Jim Wong 21 years ago

If anyone's awake out there -- I'd appreciate recommendations on SALMON. I have the fortune/misfortune (take your pick) of spending a few weeks in Seattle again, and would like to eat as much salm...

Korean eats in Portland?

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by Sarah Seo 21 years ago

My parents and I are going to Portland, OR for a week in early August. Seeing that my father can't go more than a day without having a korean meal, does anyone have any suggestions?

Wither Seattle Board?

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by Jim Wong 21 years ago

I've been looking here occasionally, and have always been struck by how DEAD this board is compared to your others. I have a suggestion: spin off the Seattle board to its own. "Pacific NW" might ...

Visiting Portland & driving to Joseph

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by Valerie 21 years ago

In June we're spending a Saturday night in Portland and then driving six hours east to Joseph, OR, driving back and spending a Friday night in Portland before flying out on Saturday. Any suggesti...

''Where to find Southern Cusine in the Northwest''

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by Rex Rowland 21 years ago

Two years ago I discovered 'Kingfish Cafe' at 19th and Mercer on Capitol Hill. I was invited and didn't know what to expect. Not only was the atmosphere elegant, large old black and white pho...

Seattle in June

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by Barbara S 22 years ago

Heading to Seattle in mid-June for a wedding and we're going to spend a few days eatng our hearts out (ha) - I reviewed the Washing State report from last year on this board and wondered if anyo...

Seattle

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by Betty 21 years ago

A friend in Gig Harbor emailed to say the first good meal she had in Seattle was at Etta's. She especially liked the clam chowder and the prawns (which she described as the size of her Westie's fro...

regarding Victoria B.C.

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by mary 21 years ago

I noticed some discussion on restaraunts in Victoria B.C. I always go to Kiplings located on the lower level of the Empress Hotel. The hotel also offers high tea, a curry restaraunt and a high end ...

Philippine Restuarant

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by mamie senter 21 years ago

Just found an exquisite restuarant at SE 47th and Powell in Portland, OR., called House of Bamboo. I can't pronounce half of the dishes, but WOW is everything is delicious. I have eaten there 3 ti...

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