If you consider yourself a foodie, you are lucky to live in Seattle where artisan chefs are constantly raising the bar on what qualifies as award-winning cuisine. There is an endless list of dumbfoundingly delicious restaurants, but the ones I’m sharing with you today are among the trendiest and make a great setting for your next date night or special occasion.
The Corson Building
An exquisite meal awaits you at The Corson Building, a dining establishment that combines the best of the Pacific Northwest with unique ingredients gathered from around the world. Whether you choose to enjoy your meal at one of their communal tables for a more family-style dining experience, or you prefer a more intimate setting with an individual table, you’ll delight in the ever-changing menu options like Braised Guinea Hen Legs with Teggia Beans, Lamb Leg Schnitzel with Carrots, and Honeycrisp Apple Crostata with Orange Blossom Ice Cream.
What Seattle Foodies Are Saying About The Corson Building
“I have been twice for the Sunday family meal. The service is stellar, impeccable. There is no looking at a menu, no decisions to make. You arrive to an aperitif and mingle with the guests in the garden or foyer. You sit with a mix of strangers and friends to drink wine and eat 5 courses of delectable food. The atmosphere is conversations punctuated with laughter. You can focus on the food and the people at the table around you for the duration of the experience with almost no distraction. This is a wonderful social experience coupled with delectable local foods. I had the rabbit, braised beef, and halibut on my last visit… All of which simply put was delicious. The price is a bargain and the venue exquisite.” Ryan
Located in beautiful Pioneer Square, Il Corvo is a happening lunch spot where people come from near and far to taste their delicious handmade pasta. With lunch specials changing daily, there’s never a shortage of new dishes to try. Chef Mike Easton, along with his wife Victoria and daughter Pilar, pride themselves on making the best pasta in the Pacific Northwest, using only the finest ingredients and making everything from scratch daily. Give one of their superb dishes a try- like Fusilli with Pesto or Conchiglioni with Clams and Shishito Peppers- you won’t be disappointed.
What Seattle Foodies Are Saying About Il Corvo
“Brilliant. Fast. Delicious. Crowded. On one hand, I wish Il Corvo was open 24/7 because I would indulge my carb cheat days there. There’s a simplicity that might mask the art of fantastic pasta combinations, were the pasta not so fresh and the sauces not so incredible. I love this place. Line forms around 10:45 each weekday morning (I am not kidding), but it moves quickly.” Michael
Heartwood Provisions is a restaurant and bar that is passionate about their food and drinks. They pride themselves on plating thoughtfully-prepared dishes and drinks that are made from scratch with the finest ingredients. Since they partner with local farmers, menus change weekly to ensure only the freshest items are used to create each dish. There are also Happy Hour specials which run from 3-6 p.m. daily, with unique cocktails, wines, and draft beer being served alongside tasty treats like Crispy Cauliflower, Kaffir-Lime Meatballs, and Poutine. Being such a popular restaurant and bar, reservations are recommended.
What Seattle Foodies Are Saying About Heartwood Provisions
“I love this place. The food and drinks are SO good. If you like Old Fashions, try The Usual. Oysters are amazing (and I didn’t think I liked raw oysters). The pork chop was delicious as well as crispy cauliflower. Panna Cotta is a clear winner for dessert, the best I’ve ever had.” Anna