Seattle is known for its somewhat eclectic nature. Many unique and inspiring business concepts have emerged from within its city limits. Restaurants, in particular, have great potential to become unique experiences for their guests. In Seattle, you’re bound to find some fun, unique, and even bizarre places to dine whether you’re on vacation or a resident. There is always something new to do, see, and eat in Seattle. Here are some of the most unique places to eat on your next night out.
If you’re looking for a high end, ostentatious, locally-sourced night out, you may want to consider The Herbfarm. This destination boasts over four thousand wines and a themed nine-course meal complete with the option of an overnight suite. While pricey with the fresh, local foods and an insane selection of wines, this once in a lifetime chance is worth it.
The Pink Door
Dramatic, rose-toned, and Italian, The Pink Door is located just off the famous Pike Place Market. Its authentic Italian fare is certainly worth a try, but it’s not what brings guests through the door. Free, live burlesque shows are the highlight of this elegant eatery. From Cabaret to trapeze artists, there is never a dull moment when you choose to dine at The Pink Door.
When Korean flavors and classic techniques collide, you get the beautiful storm of bizarre dishes that is the Joule buffet. Flavors and ingredients you may have never even heard of combine to create the absolutely unique menu designed by two innovated chefs. If you’re feeling adventurous, this is the place to be.
This environmentally-conscious Mexican eatery makes itself unique in both its ethically-sourced ingredients and its kayak rental down below. The waterfront dining experience is unrivaled, particularly with their omnivorous, vegetarian, and vegan menu options. Agua Verde is a great place to rent a kayak, enjoy the views, and head back for some renowned Mexican fare.
An authentic Moroccan experience in Seattle, Marrakesh has the décor, the traditions, the food, and even the entertainment of a traditional Moroccan restaurant. Stunningly adorned, this destination seeks to mirror the intricate tents found in Moroccan culture while providing live belly dancing to go alongside your authentic meal. If you want to take a trip outside the U.S. for a few hours, Marrakesh is the place to go.
Rainier BBQ is a truly authentic Vietnamese restaurant with dishes you would be hard-pressed to find elsewhere. Some of the more unique offerings on their vast menu include frog legs, jellyfish, lotus root, and pork blood congee. It doesn’t get more authentic than this.
There is no shortage of unique dining experiences in Seattle, WA. From authentic international cuisine to complimentary burlesque shows, you will never be bored on a night out in Seattle. Whether you’re a visitor or a resident, you’re bound to find something to awaken your tastebuds.
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From guest blogger: Luis Garcia http://wellnessvoyager.com/