Saturday, October 23, 2010


1400 3rd Ave
This is by far the best Gelato I have ever had.
We made several repeat visits here during our stay in Seattle.
Pike Pub and Brewing Company

we tried 2 types of beer Kilt Lifter and Pike Tandem. We also tried two cheeses. One was a locally made and aged cheddar which was fantastic. The bread was made of spent grain and it was fabulous. It had a sweet flavor. This was one of my favorite stops on the tour

Visit Il Bistro and spend a night in Italy.
For 30 years, Il Bistro,
tucked away underneath the Pike Place Market, has provided Seattle with Romance and Intimate Fine Dining. As with some of Il Bistro's long-term customer relationships, there are still staff members who have been involved with the restaurant since the beginning.Market Fresh Meats, Seafood and Produce are always our number one priority. Our Chef can often be seen in the late afternoon browsing the Pike Place Market looking for the fresh catch of the day or searching for exotic mushrooms.
The chef was polite and courteous, the decor was very posh. We were served a risotto and a mussel. It was my least favorite sample of the tour. My husband had dined at this restaurant when he lived in Seattle previously and didn't care for it. The menu looks fab, but I wasn't awed by the food.
407 Olive Way
We had a Spiced House made Sangria and Duck Cakes with a Cucumber Raita. The manager was charming and very open and happy to discuss recipes. A lovely place.
99 Union St.
Located in the four Seasons Hotel. It was lush and lavish. The manager was awesome he was dressed to euro perfection, and portrayed a savoire faire. We tried Blood Orange dry soda and the best mini burgers I have ever tasted. I am still craving them.

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