Seattle Restaurants near CenturyLink Field

Our list of the best food near CenturyLink Field. Our top pick: Showbox SoDo.
Visiting Seattle? Check out our recommended food near Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Seattle Asian Art Museum.
  • CenturyLink Field

    CenturyLink Field

    800 Occidental Ave S
    Home to Seattle's beloved Seahawks and Sounders, CenturyLink Field (renamed from Qwest Field in June 2011, though the rebranding is not yet complete) is an impresive open air sports arena with great views beyond the goal posts.
    Downtown food nearby
  • Showbox SoDo

    Showbox SoDo

    1700 1st Ave S
    Sister venue to the original Showbox across from Pike Place Market, Showbox SoDo offers a variety of live music acts, check website for upcoming events. There is also food, of the burger and pizza variety, and drinks available from the lounge.
    Industrial District
  • Metropolitan Grill

    Metropolitan Grill

    820 2nd Ave
    Caters to the expense-account set with its massive portions, classic steakhouse ambiance, and top-grade beef.
  • Metropolitan Grill

    Metropolitan Grill

    820 2nd Ave
    Recognized as one of the top ten steakhouses in the country, The Met is known for offering an exceptional dining experience—from its gracious atmosphere to its unparalleled menu.
  • Uwajimaya Village

    Uwajimaya Village

    600 5th Ave S
    M-Sa 8AM-10PM, Su 9AM-9PM. The commercial, if not cultural, hub of the I.D. is Uwajimaya Village, a huge Japanese supermarket with many smaller eateries and a branch of the Kinokuniya bookstore. If you need anything at all from Japan while in Seattle, this is the place to find it.
  • Marination Mobile

    Marination Mobile

    Edgar Martinez Dr S & Occidental Ave S
    Yet another cantina truck, with a cuisine all their own; a cross between Korean and Hawaiian (Kalbi Beef, Spicy Pork, Miso Ginger chicken and Kimchi) mostly served in a corn tortilla for excellent portability. Oh, and of course, spam is represented on the menu! Marination Mobile is new to the scene having started operations in July 2009, but have been posting their trials and tribulations since early spring. They also suggest that you follow them on Twitter for updates.
    Industrial District
  • Grand Central Bakery

    Grand Central Bakery

    214 1st Ave S
    M-F 7AM-5PM, Sa 8AM-4PM, Su closed. One of the best sources for artisan bread in Seattle, this place offers an excellent lunch, cafeteria style (but stylish!).
  • Ivar's Acres of Clams

    Ivar's Acres of Clams

    1001 Alaskan Way Pier 54
    Ivar’s Seafood Restaurants began on Seattle's waterfront in 1938. Today, there are 25 award-winning Ivar's fast casual Seafood Bars, three Fish Bars, and three full service restaurants. It also operates concessions throughout the Puget Sound.
  • Il Terrazzo Carmine

    Il Terrazzo Carmine

    411 1st Ave S
    Il Terrazzo Carmine, owned and operated by Carmine Smeraldo for over 28 years, is one of Seattle's true dining anomalies - a highly successful restaurant with unfailingly high standards and a loyal, sophisticated clientele.
  • BOKA restaurant + bar

    BOKA restaurant + bar

    1010 First Avenue
    Now offering free valet parking and free wi-fi! Urban American food with a focus on local, sustainable products, award-winning cocktails, and new and old world wines. $10 lunch special Mon-Fri.
  • Phnom Penh Noodle House

    Phnom Penh Noodle House

    660 S King St
    M-Tu,Th 9AM-8PM, F 9AM-8:30PM, Sa 8:30AM-8:30PM, Su 8:30AM-8PM, W closed. Cambodian noodles and rice dishes which are considerably more exciting than Al Gore, who appears in a photo with the owner.
    International District
  • Shanghai Garden

    Shanghai Garden

    524 6th Ave S
  • Skillet


    Edgar Martinez Dr S and Occidental Ave S
    Skillet makes its way around the greater Seattle area, but on Tuesdays it blesses Sodo with its lunch offerings. Call it roach coach chic, these are not you typical cantina truck offerings; fennel roasted pork sammy, grilled chicken with lemon zested couscous and that Montreal staple poutine, fries covered in gravy and topped with cheese.
    Industrial District
  • Trabant Coffee & Chai

    Trabant Coffee & Chai

    602 2nd Ave
    Independently owned, the shop also doubles as an art space. This is true Seattle coffee shop with modern design, great espresso and Clover coffee brewer, and competition-level baristas. Want to learn more about coffee? These people love answering questions! You may even stumble into an impromptu tasting!
  • Last Supper Club

    Last Supper Club

    124 S Washington St
    One of the most popular nightclubs in Seattle. The sexual and erotic atmosphere is ideal for singles. The DJ's usally spin hip-hop on Friday nights, and dance/techno on Saturday nights.
  • Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

    Salumi Artisan Cured Meats

    309 3rd Ave S
    This is the place to eat lunch in Pioneer Square. There is often a line that can take over an hour to get through. Salami sandwiches on artisan bread... can't beat it.
  • Maneki Restaurant

    Maneki Restaurant

    304 6th Ave S
    Tu-Su 5:30PM-10:30PM, M closed. Very good sushi, as well as many non-sushi Japanese dishes. The restaurant claims to be at least 100 years old, although it has moved since its estimated founding date in 1904, and is considerably smaller than the grand space it occupied prior to World War II. Their sushi pieces are very large, and their prices are very reasonable. Only open for dinner.
  • Starbucks

    505 5th Ave S
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
  • Tat's Delicatessen

    Tat's Delicatessen

    159 Yesler Way
    159 YESLER WAY Seattle, WA 98104 WWW.TATSDELI.COM check out the live line cam!! Mon - Fri 8am - 6pm Sat 11am - 6pm Sunday Seahawk and Sounders Home Gamedays!
  • Library Bistro

    Library Bistro

    92 Madison St
    A new chapter has been opened in Seattle — Library Bistro and Bookstore Bar. Serving delicious American fare, our restaurant brings a cozy neighborhood feel reminiscent of a 1940s and 1950s style restaurant with high back booths and full bookcases.
  • Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant

    Hing Loon Seafood Restaurant

    628 S Weller St
  • Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant

    Fadó Irish Pub and Restaurant

    801 1st Ave
    Great Pints, Excellent Food and Legendary Craic!
  • Marcela's Creole Cookery

    Marcela's Creole Cookery

    106 James St
    Seattle's critically acclaimed authentic Cajun and Creole restaurant. Lunch and Dinner served Daily.
  • Samurai Noodle

    Samurai Noodle

    606 5th Ave S
    Seattle' Best Authentic Ramen Shop
  • JUNO


    700 3rd Ave @ Cherry Street
Nothing here yet! Search for some restaurants or attractions to get started!
EDIT THIS ITINERARY Our list of places in Seattle uses some content from Wikipedia and Wikivoyage.