Popular restaurants in Seattle

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Bateau
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Contemporary French / American | Capitol Hill / First Hill
Osteria La Spiga
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Italian | Capitol Hill / First Hill
Bar Melusine
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Seafood | Capitol Hill / First Hill
Omega Ouzeri
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Greek | Capitol Hill / First Hill
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Treat your taste buds: Explore Moses Lake restaurants

    Discover Moses Lake

    Like everything else in the northern city of Moses Lake, the restaurant scene is fresh and effortless. Both casual and upscale American cuisine are abundant. Authentic Mexican fare and savory Asian teriyaki add depth to the available flavor profiles. Lakeside tables make every meal feel like a special occasion. Warm and woodsy steakhouses abound for heartier appetites. For something light but rustic, try the duck breast. Seafood is a given and runs the gamut from contemporary Asian offerings to East Coast staples like crab cakes. Vietnamese menus also take advantage of locally sourced ingredients with bright dishes like shrimp pho.

    Discover Moses Lake

    Like everything else in the northern city of Moses Lake, the restaurant scene is fresh and effortless. Both casual and upscale American cuisine are abundant. Authentic Mexican fare and savory Asian teriyaki add depth to the available flavor profiles. Lakeside tables make every meal feel like a special occasion. Warm and woodsy steakhouses abound for heartier appetites. For something light but rustic, try the duck breast. Seafood is a given and runs the gamut from contemporary Asian offerings to East Coast staples like crab cakes. Vietnamese menus also take advantage of locally sourced ingredients with bright dishes like shrimp pho.