Seattle Restaurants near Discovery Park

Our list of the best food near Discovery Park. Our top pick: Dahlia Lounge.
Looking for places to eat in Seattle? See our choices for food near Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Asian Art Museum, The Museum of Flight.
  • Discovery Park

    Discovery Park

    Magnolia is great for kite-flying as well as a trail to the beach with great cliffs and boat watching. At Park's beach, you can see the view of both Cascade and Olympia Mountain ranges. This is a great getaway from long weeks of work and to bring kids to enjoy some quality family moments. The wildlife sanctuary is well protected to maintain the rich natural environment.
    Belltown food nearby
  • Dahlia Lounge

    Dahlia Lounge

    2001 4th Ave
    M-F 11:30AM-2:30PM, M-Th 5PM-10PM, F-Sa 5PM-11PM, Su 5PM-9PM. Tom Douglas' premiere restaurant and, perhaps, one of Seattle's very finest. It is a very eclectic and creative restaurant. There is an emphasis on seafood that runs throughout the ever-changing menu with many Asian influences, too. The appetizers tend to outshine the entrees, so opt for making a meal by ordering one of each and leaving room for dessert (the freshly-fried doughnuts delivered in a paper sack are a bit incongruous, but deservedly popular).
    Belltown
  • Palace Kitchen

    Palace Kitchen

    2030 5th Ave
    Tom Douglas' upscale saloon is a hit any time of day.
    Belltown
  • Matt's In The Market

    Matt's In The Market

    94 Pike StSte 32
    Charming Market ambiance and tasty seafood selections make for a fine low-key dining experience at this lilliputian spot.
    Downtown
  • The 5 Point Cafe

    The 5 Point Cafe

    415 Cedar St
    Seattle's oldest restaurant, serving huge portions of American comfort food since 1929. The full menu is served 24 hours every day. Full bar with stiff drinks. Over 25 local beers and liquors. Great jukebox and an eclectic mix of regulars and locals, tourists, politicians, young hipsters, freaks and grouchy old men. Free wifi. Outdoor seating. A true piece of Seattle history not to be missed.
    Belltown
  • Wild Ginger

    Wild Ginger

    1401 3rd Ave
    Wild Ginger Asian Restaurant, featuring freshly prepared, authentic cuisine that spans the Pacific Rim from China to Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam. Locations and hours: http://wildginger.net/
    Downtown
  • Il Fornaio

    Il Fornaio

    600 Pine St
    Chain Italian restaurant that serves great pasta, soup, pizza, and grill with fresh ingredients and real Italian recipes. Environment is really comfortable inside the restaurant with Italian style interior and great street views of Downtown Seattle through the windows.
    Downtown
  • Mistral Kitchen

    Mistral Kitchen

    2020 Westlake Ave
    Mistral Kitchen is the embodiment of every type of restaurant Chef/Owner William Belickis loves to experience himself: a place you can pop into after work for a drink and a snack, but also the first place that comes to mind when your 20th Anniversary rolls around.
    Belltown
  • Cafe Campagne

    Cafe Campagne

    1600 Post Alley
    For 16 years, Cafe Campagne has been the benchmark of Seattle French bistros. Brunch, lunch, dinner and an expansive French and NW wine list.
    Downtown
  • SkyCity at the Needle

    SkyCity at the Needle

    219 4th Ave N
    The Space Needle is 605' tall and was built for the 1962 World's Fair.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Matt's in the Market

    Matt's in the Market

    94 Pike St, Suite 32
    Come join us for Chef Shane Ryan’s Pacific Northwest cuisine. We're located on the third floor of the Corner Market Building across from the Pike Place Market clock. Find us on Twitter at @mattsinthemkt
    Downtown
  • Wasabi Bistro

    Wasabi Bistro

    2311 2nd Ave
    Join us for Happy Hour 4PM-6PM everyday, 10PM to close on Sun to Thu, 11PM to close Fri and Sat, all night in the bar on Mon to Thu. Be sure to join our mailing list for up to the minute specials - http://on.fb.me/WasabiFB
    Belltown
  • Belltown Pub

    Belltown Pub

    2322 1st Ave
    11AM to 2AM daily. Very good local pub with happy hour everyday from 3:30PM to 6:30PM and 10PM to 1AM during which food options (good veggie burgers) from 3$ to 6$ and 1$ off wells and draft beers and 4$ glasses of Pinot Noir and Chardonnay are available. Pool table, Foosball and multiple flat panel TVs as well. Listed as as best local pub (Readers choice poll) for 2011 by Seattle Magazine.
    Belltown
  • Bamboo Garden

    Bamboo Garden

    364 Roy St
    Serves up delicious food from the rich tradition of Chinese vegetarian cooking. With a menu that boasts over 120 items, there's a lot to choose from, and the servings are generous. Also one of the few certified Kosher restaurants in Seattle.
    Lower Queen Anne
  • Flying Fish

    Flying Fish

    300 Westlake Ave N
    Located in South Lake Union and known for our rotating seafood menu, oyster happy hour, and 3-course Sunday dinners for two!
    South Lake Union
  • Starbucks

    Starbucks

    1912 Pike Pl
    We are the premier roaster and retailer of specialty coffee in the world since 1971.
    Downtown
  • Tilikum Place Cafe

    Tilikum Place Cafe

    407 Cedar St
    Inspired European brunch, lunch and dinner. We take great pride in using the freshest & highest quality products as our menu is entirely made in house. Stop by for dinner or drinks & experience seasonal cuisine, creative libations & a warm welcome!
    Belltown
  • Pink Door

    Pink Door

    1919 Post Alley
    The Pink Door - Italian-American Restaurant & Cabaret Lounge - Seattle, Washington. Located in Pike Place Market. Enjoy outdoor dining on our deck with spectacular views of the Puget Sound.
    Downtown
  • 13 Coins

    13 Coins

    125 Boren Ave N
    125 Boren Avenue North Seattle, WA 98109(206) 682-2513 18000 International Blvd. Seatac, WA 98188(206) 243-9500Open 24 Hours Always Free Parking
    South Lake Union
  • Mistral Kitchen

    Mistral Kitchen

    2020 Westlake Avenue
    Lunch, Dinner and Brunch on the weekends. http://Mistral-Kitchen.com/
    Belltown
  • Blueacre Seafood

    Blueacre Seafood

    1700 7th Avenue
    The United States of Seafood
    Downtown
  • Serious Pie

    Serious Pie

    316 Virginia St
  • re:public restaurant & bar

    re:public restaurant & bar

    429 Westlake Ave N
    "re:public might be your new favorite restaurant." - The Stranger Happy Hour: 4-6 pm daily
    South Lake Union
  • Le Pichet

    Le Pichet

    1933 1st Ave
  • Icon Grill

    Icon Grill

    1933 5th Ave
  • Lola

    Lola

    2000 4th Ave
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