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6 Places to Eat in Seattle, Washington

Where to eat in Seattle, Washington
 
 



The thing I was looking forward to the most on our weekend trip was the food, of course!!

But I learned 2 very important things this trip.

1 – bring cash if you are eating in Seattle. 2 of the spots I wanted to eat at didn’t work out because they only took cash and we didn’t have any. (The first, it was a downpour, and we walked a couple blocks away only to find out they only accepted cash. We were so soaked that we gave up on finding an atm and going back. The second, after we found out they only took cash, we tried the atm, but it wasn’t working. So it just wasn’t our lucky day.)

2 – traveling with kids really changes things. I love my kids to death, but sometimes plans change if they are hungry and impatient. And that’s ok.

It all worked out in the end, though, because we got to eat at some great places! Here is a quick rundown of our Seattle Eats on this trip!

Fran’s Chocolates

Fran's Chocolates - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Fran's Chocolates - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Coconut Gold Bars at Fran's Chocolates - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Fran’s Chocolates was on my radar because I had heard of their Coconut Gold Bars. It’s located in front of the Four Season’s Hotel, and the chocolates are quite spendy, but wow – they were really good!! I tried the smoked salt caramel and of course the Coconut Gold Bar. They were a splurge, but worth it!

Fran’s Chocolates
1300 East Pike Street
Seattle, WA 98122
www.franschocolates.com

Daily Dozen Doughnuts

Daily Dozen Doughnuts - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Fresh doughnuts! Daily Dozen Doughnuts - where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Daily Dozen Doughnuts in Pike Place Market - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

This one was unplanned, but I can never turn down a doughnut!! We were walking through Pike Place Market before dinner, and the kids were hungry when we came upon Daily Dozen Doughnuts. Fresh doughnuts, fried right before your eyes – how could we resist?? Another that is cash only, but these little doughnuts were delicious and a perfect before dinner snack!! :)

Daily Dozen Doughnuts
93 Pike Street at Pike Place Market
Seattle, WA 98101

Lowell’s Restaurant

Where to eat in Seattle, Washington - Lowell's Restaurant

Great seafood at Lowell's Restaurant - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Where to eat in Seattle Washington - Lowell's Restaurant in Pike Place Market

This is another one that was unplanned, but the kids were hungry and cranky, and we wanted seafood, so we chose the first place that we came across. It worked out, though, because it was delicious!! My favorite was the fried fish, and the shrimp was great, too. You can’t beat the views, either – it was a great place to watch the sun go down!

Lowell’s Restaurant
1519 Pike Place in Pike Place Market
Seattle, WA 98101
eatatlowells.com

Top Pot Doughnuts

Top Pot Doughnuts - Where to eat in Seattle, Washinton

Where to eat in Seattle Washington - Top Pot Doughnuts for the best doughnuts!

Old Fashioned Doughnut at Top Pot Doughnuts - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

So we all know by now that I’m a little obsessed with doughnuts. Top Pot was high on the list of places I wanted to eat, so Saturday morning we ventured over to enjoy some doughnuts. They were all delicious, but my favorite was probably the regular old fashioned. There was also a lemon old fashioned that I fell in love with. This is a must visit if you are in Seattle.

Top Pot Doughnuts
2124 5th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
www.toppotdoughnuts.com

Skillet Counter

Where to eat in Seattle, Washington - Skillet Counter

I had heard about Skillet on some show on the Food Network – they are known for their Bacon Jam and their food truck. I had to try one of their famous grilled cheese sandwiches, so I was excited to see they had one of their permanent locations at the Armory at the Seattle Center near the Children’s Museum. I was not disappointed. This sandwich was one of the best – if not the best – things I ate this trip. This sandwich is not to be missed!!

Skillet Counter
305 Harrison Street
Seattle, WA 98109
www.skilletstreetfood.com (check their website for all of their locations, as well as where the food truck will be.)

The Lucky Diner

Where to Eat in Seattle, Washington - Lucky Diner

Huevos Rancheros from Lucky Diner - Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

Where to eat in Seattle, Washington - Lucky Diner for a great breakfast!

On Sunday morning, we ventured out to find some breakfast. We kind of went blindly. The place we had originally planned didn’t work out, and we drove by The Lucky Diner and decided to try it. Not only was the food great, but the service was beyond wonderful. Our server was great with the kids, even bringing balloons to my son because it was his birthday. I had the Huevos Rancheros and they were delicious and filling. My husband had the Biscuit Sandwich, and I couldn’t stop stealing pieces of his biscuit. It was SO good.

The Lucky Diner
2630 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
www.theluckydiner.com



Where to eat in Seattle, Washington

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3 Responses to Seattle Eats – Seattle, WA

  1. I could have totally used this guide when we were there a week later, but you can bet I’ll be using it when I go back! Great photos, such pretty light, makes me want to dig right in! Next time, the kids will get easier, I promise.

  2. It’s been such a long time since I’ve been to Seattle. This post really made me miss it.

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