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Skillet intends to redefine modern American food, describing its fare as "approachable, upscale and prepared with classic technique, using local and seasonal ingredients." The family-friendly... Read More
Skillet intends to redefine modern American food, describing its fare as "approachable, upscale and prepared with classic technique, using local and seasonal ingredients." The family-friendly restaurant now has four Seattle outposts and a line of food products (including Skillet's signature line of bacon jams and condiments) as well as the original Skillet Street Food trucks that hit the streets and cater private events. Items range from the maple-braised pork belly and waffle with a fried egg on top to a burger featuring bacon jam, arugula, bleu cheese and brie on brioche, served with hand-cut fries. A full bar hosts happy hour daily and offers hand-crafted artisan cocktails along with beer and wine on tap.
- New and Popular Restaurants: "At the newer downtown location, Skillet Regrade offers an all-day happy hour menu that's served from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Think smaller portions of Skillet favorites like the Fried Chicken Sammy, The Burger and other lunch classics. An evening happy hour Monday through Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. means drink specials including discounted cocktails, the featured tall boy and wine."
- Best for New and Popular Restaurants Because: Skillet continues to expand its modern American-fare empire (like with downtown's Skillet Regrade), serving approachable, elevated comfort food in friendly spaces.