John Roderick lists his personal favorite restaurants in each of Seattle’s neighborhoods.
|Ballard Smoke Shop||Relaxing & fun atmosphere. The Ballard Smoke Shop Restaurant & Bar is one of the oldest locations on the strip. Great meeting place for the hard workers! Visit website.|
|Cornuto Pizzeria||Cornuto Pizzeria is unique in that it features an authentic handmade wood-burning brick oven. Everything used in the construction of the oven was imported from Naples, including the bricks made from the ashes of Mt. Vesuvius and the master craftsman who assembled it. Visit website.|
|Lost Lake Café & Lounge||Open 24/7, Capitol Hill's half-bar, half-café-diner Lost Lake gives Seattlites options for every time of day and night. Visit website|
|Super Six||Along with a full cocktail bar and beer garden, the menu at Super Six focuses on Asian flavors complementing American comfort food and Pacific Northwest staples. Visit website|
|Shanghai Garden||Try the hand-shaved barley-green noodles. Visit website|
|Corson Building||The Corson Building is a home, a restaurant, and a community dedicated to food, celebration, community, and culture, and work to provide one of the few human experiences we all have in common: eating. Visit website|
|Paseo||At Paseo we are mostly known for our delicious and savory sandwiches, but have a tremendous following for our bodacious meals. Visit website|