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Linda's Tavern

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The hip Capital Hill scene is perhaps best summed up with this dive bar, which opened in 1994 and has surely been the second home to many a musician over the last decade and a half. I stopped in here for a couple stiff drinks and to plug the jukebox, which is full of indie and punk classics. I liked the cheap drinks, and while I didn't try to food or the back patio, locals have told me those are the two main reasons they go to the place.

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Chop Suey

recommendation by ryan-smith

This intimate, Asian-inspired Central District music venue books well-known touring bands as well as lots of up-and-coming local acts (especially of the hip-hop persuasion). And it's dark and seedy, like a good indie club should be. Catch acts such as Junior Boys and the French Kicks at a place like this.

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3rd best donuts in the U.S. according to Travel Channel and Food Network. My boyfriend and I went here and it was AMAZING! The coffee is excellent too. We had a great time, very clean and the staff was friendly. The upstairs area has huge windows so you can see views of the city and the ocean in the distance. Would highly recommend a visit here!

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Seattle Food Tours

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fresh & funky

Food tours like these are the perfect thing to do if you're only going to be in a certain town for a couple days and would like to get as much of a taste of the local flavor as you can. At $40 a person, it's a bit more expensive than a single meal would be, but you get such a wide variety, it's like you're eating a half dozen meals at once. This company offers tours of Pike's Place Market and Belltown.

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Musashi's

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I beg you. Try to find somebody that's eaten here to say a bad word about this unassuming Wallingford sushi joint. You'll have better luck swimming across the Puget Sound in January. The lines outside this family-run restaurant are usually lengthy, but the sashimi alone is more than worth the wait. If you're starving, try the chirashi bowl, which is a steal at $14. If you're looking for sleek and trendy, try someplace else. Musashi's is all about lots of food at reasonable prices.

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