Seattle Restaurants near Greenlake Park

Our list of the best food near Greenlake Park. Our top pick: Dahlia Lounge.
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  • Greenlake Park

    Greenlake Park

    A significant feature of the neighborhood
    Includes a loop walk around Greenlake frequented by cyclists, runners, rollerbladers, and walkers. The lake is swimmer friendly. Algae growth and closures were sometimes a problem before 2004 when the City of Seattle performed a comprehensive cleanup. It is now one of the cleanest public swimming areas in the Seattle area.
    Downtown 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
  • Metropolitan Grill

    Metropolitan Grill

    820 2nd Ave
    Caters to the expense-account set with its massive portions, classic steakhouse ambiance, and top-grade beef.
    Downtown
  • 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
  • Lunch: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. Dinner: Monday-Thursday 5:30 p.m.-10:00 p.m. Friday & Saturday 5:30 p.m.-10:30 p.m. Wine Bar: Monday-Friday 11:30 a.m.-Close Saturday 3:00 p.m.-Close. The cuisine at RN74 aims to be a perfect complement to the wines — creative, modern, but simple interpretations of regional French cuisine punctuated with seasonal, fresh ingredients and bold flavors, all executed with a signature original twist.
    Downtown
  • 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
  • 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.
    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
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House

    Ruth's Chris Steak House

    727 Pine St
    Tucked in the center of the downtown hotels. Side dishes served on a per-table basis, so make sure you can agree with your companions! Skip the happy hour.
    Downtown
  • 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.
    Downtown
  • 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
  • Ray's Boathouse and Ray's Cafe

    on Shilshole Bay
    Great views and, in the downstairs Boathouse restaurant some of the best seafood cooking in the city, priced accordingly. Upstairs, the Cafe is more casual, the food is good but not comparable to downstairs, and you can keep it to $20 a person.
    Downtown
  • 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!).
    Downtown
  • Elliott's Oyster House

    Elliott's Oyster House

    1201 Alaskan Way
    Su-Th 11AM-10PM, F-Sa 11AM-11PM, happy hour M-F 3PM-6PM. Seafood specialty restaurant that most famous for serving fresh oysters. In addition, the menu has options of various seafood to choose from, such as King Salmon, Sockeye, Dungeness Crab, King Crab, Yellowfin Ahi(a type of tuna), you name it. Happy Hour is affordable with chef's choice of fresh oysters on the half-shell starting at $0.75 each at 3PM, $1.25 each at 4PM, $1.75 each at 5PM, and other deals. The restaurant is located right by the dock and the view is fantastic during summer while sitting outside.
    Downtown
  • The Pine Box

    The Pine Box

    1600 Melrose Ave
    3pm-2am M-F, 11am-2am SS. Located in a former funeral home (rumored to have handled Bruce Lee's body) that has now been converted to offices and a beer bar. Enjoy one of the best beer selections in the neighborhood.
    Capitol Hill
  • Elliott's Oyster House

    Elliott's Oyster House

    1201 Alaskan Way Pier 56
    Elliott’s Oyster House is renown for simple preparations that highlight the natural flavors of Pacific Northwest seafood. Our specialty is fresh oysters, with 30 distinct varieties shucked to order.
    Downtown
  • 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.
    Downtown
  • Cyber Dogs

    Cyber Dogs

    800 Convention Pl
    11AM-midnight daily. $4-8. Serves superb and delicious vegetarian and vegan dogs, coffee, juice and beer. Internet access available.
    Downtown
  • Mistral Kitchen

    Mistral Kitchen

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

    Lecosho

    89 University St
    Located mid-way on the Harbor Steps. Come by and visit!
    Downtown
  • Tulio Ristorante

    Tulio Ristorante

    1100 5th Ave
    WARM, BUSTLING, INTIMATE Near the heart of the theater and shopping district, Tulio is part Tuscan countryside restaurant and part urban trattoria. A charming atmosphere and outdoor dining complements a simple approach to authentic Italian cuisine.
    Downtown
  • Blueacre Seafood

    Blueacre Seafood

    1700 7th Avenue
    The United States of Seafood
    Downtown
  • 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. www.ilterrazzocarmine.com
    Downtown
  • Sazerac

    Sazerac

    1101 4th Ave
    A place for serious fun and damn good food.
    Downtown
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