Tango looks perfect for Monday night, thanks! I was on the fence about Wild Ginger, but wanted something Asian. Husband is a sushi fan (so I figured Japonessa would cover that) but I'm not. Any suggestions. Thanks!
I'll be in town next week w/ my husband and can't wait to eat my way through the city. I'm overwhelmed by the options and reviews. So tell me what I'm missing and help fill in my blanks, please. We prefer great simple food (esp. seafood) as opposed to the adventurous stuff. Thanks!
Mon We get in at 6pm and will probably be beat. Staying at the Paramount. Need somewhere within walking distance that is pretty low-key but still delicious.
Tues - Breakfast at the market before our savor tour. Tour will prob. be enough food to skip lunch. Japonessa for early happy hour and some rolls Late dinner @ Wild Ginger
Wed Breakfast at Toulouse Late lunch @ Sky City Baseball game - beer only Food/drinks post-game @ Urbane
Thur Probably doing the all-day Ranier tour Dinner @ Waterfront Grill Dessert/drinks @ Dahlia Lounge (mainly bc I really want to try the coconut pie)
----- Dahlia Lounge 2030 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121