Weird Restaurants

You'll enjoy some of these fun and unusual restaurants in Seattle!



Bizzarro Cafe in the Wallingford neighborhood in Seattle, is an amazing Italian-inspired restaurant full of amazing collectibles and cool art and ephemera.  A feast for the eyes and the palate!  

A Meal At This Unique Restaurant In Washington Is Everything You Never Knew You Needed



Dimly-lit working class dive bar that serves really good and hearty, inexpensive, unpretentious food with a usually crowded cocktail lounge serving up stiff drinks and raucous conversation. The chicken fried steak still weighs in at 11 ounces (“the biggest in Seattle”), and breakfast is always available.

This place is closed now and there is a hole in my heart where this restaurant used to be :(
(Gone now)

Started in 1933, this almost 100-year old restaurant still serves up nostalgia and great food. As a family-owned establishment, they continue the tradition of bringing our neighbors and friends together over familiar meals.

Here, in a dining setting filled with Northwest native art, d├ęcor and historical photographs, you'll enjoy memorable meals surrounded by spectacular views of boats cruising Lake Union and Seattle’s skyline.

(No website, old school!) Lone chile parlor near the docks in Ballard.  Architecture AND the chili makes this place worth a visit. 


When Dick’s opened in Seattle in 1954, it was clearly in a class by itself. Since then, most of the national chains have built fast food restaurants all over the city, but when the people of Seattle hunger for burgers, fries, and shakes, Dick’s is still their first choice. Why? Because after almost 70 years, Dick’s still serves up the best food, at the best price, in the shortest time.

Old School Seattle hipster restaurant located in Belltown.  Cool restaurant with lots of art and a cool bar with a nice mellow vibe that welcomes everyone. 



While no longer "Yings" it HAS been reincarnated as The Growler Guys, so you can at least enjoy the funny round Googie architecture.