Restaurants marked with an * come highly recommended.


* Un Bien or Paseofamous carribean sandwiches, formerly(?) Seattle’s no. 1 rated restaurant, popular with FGC
* Windy City PieSome of the best deep dish pizza you can get out of Chicago as said by Chicagoans

South Lake Union

Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouseall you can eat, but pricy
Duke’s Chowder House – notable chowder and seafood restaurant

Capitol Hill (walking distance of Downtown)

Note: Great value, some of Seattle’s best bars nearby

Hot Mama’s Pizzacheap New York style pizza
HoneyHole hearty roasted or cold sandwiches
Li’l Woody’sburgers and handmake shakes, little pricey
Skillet great breakfast place
Kedai Makan – Malayaisian street food  temporarily closed :/
Hot Dog Stand In Front of Neighbors – cheap, fast, and filling
Momiji – sushi
Glo’s late night breakfast food, can be busy

Downtown Seattle

Note: The “Pike Place crawl” is one of the best things you can do while in Seattle. Many different restaurants all in a short proximity to the waterfront.

* Pike Place Chowderarguably Seattle’s best chowder, very popular
Piroshky PiroshkyRussian bakery, long lines but moves quickly, popular
Beecher’s Handmade Cheesegreat mac and cheese with a spicy option as well (also available in the Sea-Tac Airport terminals, popular item to take on your flight)
* Cupcake Royaleunique cupcakes (try their tiramisu or red velvet) and great ice cream
Mee Sum PastryChinese bakery known for their tasty meat buns
Biscuit BitchSouthern style breakfast spot, biscuits and gravy, popular with FGC
The Crumpet Shop – crumpets, can sell out
Rachel’s Ginger Beer – not actually alcoholic (although it does go well with it)
Serious Piewood-fired gourmet pizza
Lola Greek/Mediterranean restaurant, good breakfast, often very busy
* General Porpoise Doughnutsunique handmade doughtnuts, limited hours, sells out often
Millers Guild – American breakfast and steaks, pricey!
Sushi Kashibaexpensive sushi, but if this is your vice…
Shiro’s – Japanese omakase
* TAT’S DelicatessenEast coast steaks & subs, known for their tatstrami and Philly, closes early

International District (South Downtown)

Note: If trying to sit down, consider International District. Good family-style options.

* Kau Kau Restauranttheir BBQ pork is all that matters
Fort St. GeorgeJapanese-American fusion sports bar
Boiling Pointgreat hot pot, one of Seattle’s favorites
Green Leaf Vietnamese Restaurant – Vietnamese sandwiches, pho, and more
Maneki – sushi, typically requires reservation
Dong Thap Noodleshas a Super Bowl pho challenge through reservation (lol)

Renton (In between)

Heaven Sent Fried Chickenfrom one of the owners whose fried chicken was so good, Oprah called it her favorite

Tukwila (Round 1)

Arashi Ramensignature bowl has pork belly slices, soft-boiled egg, great ramen
The Habit Burger Grillsolid burger chain
Miyabi Sushi – sushi

Highline (Walking Distance)

Church’s Chickenjust up the hill
Konich’s Teriyaki – more popular than Haru the block beforehand
Taco Truck – uh, which one is it y’all? Really good. On Pacific Highway S. Shoot!

Highline (5 min Uber or less)

Wally’s Chowder House Broiler – halibut, cod, salmon, and great clam chowder
California Burrito Taco Shoppopular fast food

Kent (near Highline & Hotel)

* Asadero Sinaloagreat Mexican steakhouse with huge portions, amazing carne asada

Federal Way (15 min Uber)

Ban SomTum Thai Food
* Bogul BogulKorean, local favorite, everything is great
Cockatoo’s Chicken RestaurantKorean Fried Chicken!
Kwan Tip Thaigood Thai food
Pac Island GrillHawaiian style BBQ


Original Starbucks in Pike Place Market
Dick’s (now you can say In-N-Out is better 😛 )
Fremont Troll
Brandon Lee and Bruce Lee’s Grave Site
Gum Wall
Space Needle and nearby area


Your Name showings this weekend (including 15 min away from venue, debuts Friday)
Karaoke at Round 1