• Westward & Little Gull
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Westward & Little Gull

Cuisine: Seafood



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Hot spot Westward is a water-inspired, full-service restaurant and bar that first opened its sails in the fall of 2013 on the north shore of Lake Union. The stellar culinary team sends out delectable,...  Read More


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  • Dessert: "Make dinner reservations several weeks in advance, especially in busy summer months. Those with a sweet tooth can "go local," thanks to gems like the Affogato and Butterscotch Pot de Creme."
  • Waterfront Dining: "Make dinner reservations several weeks in advance, especially in busy summer months. For a more laid-back setting, grab an Adirondack chair outdoors around the fire pit."
  • Restaurants near Husky Stadium: "Make dinner reservations far in advance if possible, especially in busy summer months. For a more laid-back setting, grab an Adirondack chair outdoors around the fire pit."
  • Seafood, Best Restaurants: "Make dinner reservations several weeks in advance, especially in busy summer months."
  • Best for Dessert Because: Westward has made waves for its stunning waterside location and tasty seafood dishes; the desserts have been a well-kept secret....up until now!
  • Best for Waterfront Dining Because: North of Lake Union, Westward & Little Gull boasts tasty seafood dishes and stunning views from its prime patio (think fire pit and striped umbrellas).
  • Best for Restaurants near Husky Stadium Because: A thriving "hot spot," especially on sunny days, Westward is a water-inspired, full-service restaurant and bar on the north shore of Lake Union.
  • Best for Seafood Because: Westward combines some of the city's finest features--fresh seafood, stunning water views, crafty cocktails and a cozy fire pit.
  • Recommended as Best Restaurants Because: One of the city's newer "hot spots," Westward & Little Gull is a water-inspired restaurant and bar on the northern edge of Lake Union.

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