This classic Seattle steakhouse is a grand destination for diners looking to impress important clients. The saloon-meets-supper club decor features a copper counter with swivel stools and elegant tables dressed in white linens. While cooked-to order steaks, ribs, and chops are well prepared, fish and seafood really earn Brooklyn its many years of high praise â" oysters, in particular, are a must-try. Dinner reservations are suggested; this spot is popular, and it can't hurt to call ahead, just in case. Head here to impressive business clients, a significant other, out-of-town visitors or simply to treat yourself with a special outing.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: The Brooklyn, Seafood, Steak & Oyster House means grand dining in an elegant setting (think saloon-meets-supper-club).
Corinne's expert tip: This spot is popular; make a reservation, just in case!
Ivar's recently unveiled a massive transformation at its flagship location on Pier 54, located on Seattle's waterfront overlooking Elliott Bay. The stunning remodel, the biggest in the storied eatery's 77-year history, means expanded indoor dining space, a brand-new outdoor patio, enhanced state-of-the-art kitchen and a completely refreshed interior that pays homage to the iconic restaurant's roots. If you prefer dining alfresco, enjoy a meal on the picture-perfect patio deck, while taking in the sights and sounds of Elliott Bay. To satisfy your craving for Northwest seafood, Ivar's chefs have created award-winning preparations to reflect the season's bounty, yet they continue to showcase Ivar Haglund's world-famous original recipes. Choose between dishes that feature wild Alaska salmon, deep-water halibut, Alaska King Crab, Dungeness Crab, jumbo prawns, manila clams and weathervane scallops, to name a few of the eatery's fresh, regional delights.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Head down to the downtown waterfront for an Ivar's seafood feast before making your way toward the stadium.
Corinne's expert tip: Also, located on the street fronting the restaurant, the Fish Bar offers take-out service and casual outdoor dining until 11 p.m.
It won't take much time here in Seattle before you hear about this popular Pioneer Square outpost. For great Italian sausages, salamis, meatballs or pork, try Salumi, whose name means "dry-cured meat" in Italian. Meats can be purchased individually as an entree or by the pound as deli take-away. If you prefer a lighter, less meat-intensive meal, order a salad, vegetable dish or one of their pastas. A comfortable interior with tin ceilings and wooden floors makes guests feel at home, as does a large communal table where guests can share conversation with their meals. Wine is available by the glass or bottle.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Salumi tops all of Seattle's foodies' lists, and for good reason. This narrow cafe serves up delicious meats perfect for a takeaway meal.
Corinne's expert tip: Salumis meats are available to walk-in customers as well as online at www.salumicuredmeats.com.
Trying to figure out where to find the best barbecue on your world travels? This casual eatery should climb its way to the top of your list, as it has that of folks in Seattle. Have them pile a bun full of pork, beef or ham, and top it off with a drizzle of sauce for the best eating. If you like "hot" foods, just be careful; their hot sauce makes others pale in comparison. Along with everything else, make sure to try the taasty baked beans too. The eatery is essentially an order window with outdoor tables, so don't expect sit-down service. This is barbecue, after all.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Pecos Pit Barbecue features juicy meats and spicy sauces, perfect for a game day treat.
Corinne's expert tip: The venue has outdoor seating, although only half is covered; if the weather is bad, grab your food to go!
The romantic atmosphere, enhanced by classical guitar music, may be the first thing you notice upon entering this venue. The second will surely be the aroma of perfectly-prepared Italian dishes. Excellent service and wonderful selections hint at the restaurant's popularity, which extends to celebrities and local residents alike. The menu features a range of pastas and antipasti, along with such delectable entrees as roasted duck, rack of lamb, beef tenderloin, fresh fish and even sweetbreads. Go prepared to savor this wonderful dining experience! Complimentary valet parking is available after 5pm. Outdoor seating is also a draw in Seattle's warmer months.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Looking for fine dining, before or after a sports outing? Head to Il Terrazzo Carmine for its romantic atmosphere and Italian fare.
Corinne's expert tip: Take advantage of complimentary valet parking, available after 5pm.
Keep your eyes peeled, or you may just drive past this unassuming, little Cuban eatery, which offers a terrific change of pace from standard burger-and-fries meals at fast food joints. Indeed, Paseo does a healthy amount of take-out business, and regulars swear by the kitchen's grilled pork sandwiches, dinner-sized orders of spicy black beans and rice, plus the jerk chicken. (Seasonal seafood dishes are also available.) A brand-new location in SoDo now brings beloved Paseo fare to the center of Seattle's sports core near CenturyLink and Safeco Fields, in a former diner space (Donna's Diner & Mac's Smokehouse). The SoDO location features some new menu items as well as beer, wine and sangria.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Try the fairly new SoDo location of this beloved Cuban eatery, known for its award-winning Caribbean Roast sandwich, among other gems.
Corinne's expert tip: Take note that this location is only open until 6 p.m. on Saturdays through Mondays.
Pyramid is now one of the largest West Coast breweries to arise from the early microbrew pioneers of the Pacific Northwest. Located in the city's stadium district, it is housed in a vintage brick warehouse and features an expansive patio out front for fair-weather imbibing. Inside you'll find a classic Pacific Northwest decor with concrete floors, dark wood and exposed beams. Rows of long, stand-up-height tables cross the center of the voluminous space, with low tables and booths occupying the perimeter and side rooms. Pyramid boasts a broad range of high quality beers, known for their assertiveness and consistency. Pyramid's food menu ranges from pub fare such as gourmet burgers to regional specialties like wild Alaskan salmon and fish n' chips plates.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Pyramid Alehouse, Brewery and Restaurant offers the perfect space for quality beers and food, right across from the stadium.
Corinne's expert tip: Right across from Seattle's professional football, soccer and baseball stadiums, this is a prime location to gather before and after sporting events. An expansive deck proves a great place to sip an ale on a sunny afternoon.
Ethan Stowell's latest venture recently opened in Seattle's SoDo district near the stadiums, making it a great (and unique) spot to fuel up before or after a game. Derby can be found within The Shop, an innovative concept from Seattle native Matt Bell that's transformed a 36,500-square-foot warehouse into a state-of-the-art facility for car and motorcycle enthusiasts. Enjoy tasty food and drink in this innovative SoDo hub that's also been outfitted with everything guests need to build, maintain and store vehicles of all types. Enjoy a front-row view of luxury and classic cars as you savor a menu of American classics like BLTs, burgers and Cobb salads, as well as seafood dishes (oysters, crudos) and a handful of pastas and entrees. The wine list is predominantly sourced from the Northwest, and a full bar shows off a bourbon and scotch-leaning cocktail list.
Recommended for Restaurants near T-Mobile Park because: Enjoy Ethan Stowell's newest menu of American classics and seafood delights inside a state-of-the-art facility for car and motorcycle enthusiasts.
Corinne's expert tip: This just-arrived eatery, open daily from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m., offers lunch, happy hour (every afternoon from 3 to 7 p.m.) and dinner, as well as a weekend brunch.