Here at Takeout, we take eating seriously -- and we’re also suckers for ambiance and style to complete the dining experience. Seattle, our home base, just happens to be a city that constantly offers exciting new restaurants to try. Here’s a quick intro to some of our latest favorites!
Healthy food + cheerful ambiance makes for a winning combination at Bounty Kitchen in Queen Anne. The die-hard health fanatic and the curiously-healthy alike will love their line-up of salads and juices, and we’re groupies for their delicious bowls (think kale, arugula, cauliflower couscous, dried currants, apricots, almonds, charred peppers and onion, mint, and cilantro all topped with a lemon vinaigrette - and you’ve got one bowl!) They’ve even tapped into the toast trend on their menu. If you’re looking for a delicious approach to healthy eating, look no further.
Thackeray on Stone Way is in good company with sister restaurants like Barrio, Meet the Moon, and Purple Cafe -- but it’s also a standalone hit for a broad audience. Diners can choose from vegan-friendly options or knockout burgers and everything in between. An ideal spot for a fun evening out with friends (and without breaking the bank), Thackeray delivers for just about anyone.
Feeling fancy? Make a reservation and take the opportunity to up your outfit as you step into the 1930’s at Circadia, a posh spot located in downtown Seattle.Their menu is bolstered by classic favorites with a French twist -- and you’ll also find a few hints of global influence here and there. If you’re interested in impressing your group, you can also opt for their Champagne and Caviar society.
Next time you’re on Bainbridge, be sure to stop by Bruciato for a delicious Neapolitan-style pizza. Their menu has a little of everything to broaden the average pizza-lover’s palette. You’ll find the likes of bone marrow, wood-roasted octopus, tripe and clams to keep things interesting -- or simply opt for their rendition of a classic Margherita pizza.
We love the focus on responsibly raised game meats at Flintcreek Cattle Co. in Greenwood. You’ll find a unique menu with the likes of venison, bison, and wild boar (and some staples like filet mignon and ribeye for the less adventurous). The team’s sibling restaurant, Rockcreek, has a similarly thoughtful approach to seafood if that’s more your scene.
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