Vegetarian/vegan cooking (at least I think) often gets a bad rep from the general public in regards to flavor and how filling it is. I know I have heard plenty of people joke about how they can't live off a plate of lettuce, or that nothing tastes better than a steak. Honestly, I have been trying to dive more into vegetarian eating for sustainability reasons, and being a lifelong meat-eater am finding there is no reason for this stigma! There are tons of creative meat recipes and substitutes out there, and a well-prepared vegetarian meal can be just as if not more delicious. I set out to try and discover a new vegetarian restaurant in Seattle and came across the "No Bones Beach Club" in Ballard and thought it was fantastic! Here is my full experience.
Cinque Terre is an Italian restaurant in Seattle, somewhat obviously named after the foodie destination in Italy. This modern Seattle restaurant has been a buzz locally, so we decided to give it a try! Full review in post - be sure to check out other Seattle destinations in my "Visit Seattle" tab!
The Whale Wins Seattle - A gem in the Seattle foodie scene located in the Fremont neighborhood. We had the most amazing dinner there and suggest you give them a try too!
My dad is coming from New York to visit me in Seattle. We are hardcore foodies. What is the best place I should take him for dinner guys?!