Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport
3000 S. 176th St.
Seattle, WA 98188
Phone: (206) 242-0200
Fax: (206) 242-1998
3000 S. 176th St., Seattle, WA, US, 98188
- Phone: (206) 242-0200
- Fax: (206) 242-1998
Bars & Cafes
Spencer's is a sophisticated restaurant located in the luxurious Hilton Seattle Airport and Conference Center. The decor is simple with very comfortable seating and elegant hanging lamps. They offer one of the finest steak selections in its neighborhood. Being a neighborhood favorite, Spencer's provides only high quality meats for preparing the dishes. The chef has excellently put together a sumptuous breakfast menu which has delicious entrees and breakfast items. Opt for some delicious brunch entrees on the weekends that will give your day a great start. Call ahead to make reservations and for further inquiries.
Located in the Cedarbrook Lodge on 36th Avenue, Copperleaf is a spacious restaurant overlooking the stunning landscape views. The restaurant patio has a few tables with an umbrella covering each of them, so you can choose to sit on the patio and feel close to nature while dining. Try some of their potato soup, which will be soothing on a cool evening, and more entrees and starters on offer. The ingredients used in preparing the dishes are sourced locally. Call ahead to make a reservation and check website for details.
Welcome to the rainforest in the middle of Seattle! Kids love the place while you cannot deny your affection either. The fish tacos, burgers and the sandwiches will leave you craving more. Service manages to run smoothly despite the being pretty full on occasion. The friendly 'safari guides' will take you to a trip to a jungle. A glass aquarium in the center adds to the whole atmosphere of being in the wild.
Exuding a friendly and an informal ambiance, Barrel Tavern, situated on the 11051 1st Avenue South, is a great place to unwind with colleagues and make new friends. Offering a choicest variety of liquors and wines, this tavern also serves excellent pub food (especially Broasted Chicken and Jo Jo's) and is frequented by patrons after work hours or on weekends. To enhance your presence, the tavern hosts karaoke and DJ nights, wherein you can enjoy live entertainment while sipping on some cold beer.
The charmingly old (but not ancient) building that houses Red House reeks of coziness almost as soon as you enter. A warmly-lit dining room, deep wooden hues on the floor and shelves stacked with wine and beer occupying pretty much every inch of the wall space make for interesting interiors and gives off strangely relaxing vibe. The green tables with blue-cushioned chairs add a contrasting dash of coolness to the warm hues in the room. The serene outdoor patio sees a perennial bustle, and is an excellent choice in summer months. The restaurant is renowned for it's tapas selection, which though not extensive, is varied when it comes to the flavors and combinations. Apart from this, there is also a selection of salads and entrees. The wine selection is astoundingly large, with close to 700 varieties and 20 available by the glass. Equally spectacular is the choice of beer with 500 on offer and seven on tap. Selections from the entire list are available for purchase. Check website for more.
For a taste of some of Seattle's finest brews, head to Big Al's Brewing. With a selection of six year-round beers, as well as various seasonal offerings to choose from, this Old Ballard brewery is sure to satisfy any connoisseur of microbrews. Big Al Brewing offers a tasting room downstairs and a living room-style setting upstairs, so whether you want to get down to business tasting the seasonal ales or lounge with friends while watching the game on tv, this local favorite has you covered.
A bar with plenty of loud background music and a hip crowd, the burgers served here are the true highlight. Delicious might be an understatement for the menu which features mouth-watering options like the deluxe cheese burger, tavern burger, pork tenderloin, steak sandwich and more. The drinks are chilled and together the combination of liquor and food make for a great time. The venue leans towards the dive bar label with dim lighting and a loud crowd, though this very fact adds to the appeal of the place.
The folks at Full Tilt Ice Cream craft up some flavors not normally seen in your run-of-the-mill ice cream parlor. In addition to the classics, you'll also see flavors like Mango Chili, Lemon Lavender, Ube, Thai Tea, Salted Licorice and Toasted Coconut. Try Mexican Chocolate with a Tequila Caramel Swirl, or be really adventurous and have the chocolate-covered bacon ice cream. There are also usually a few vegan options as well. Located in the gritty White Center neighborhood, Full Tilt is somewhat of a diamond in the rough, but the delicious ice cream is worth the trek. In addition to ice cream, Full Tilt serves beer and beer floats, and has a wall pinball machines and arcade games. There are other shop branches throughout the Seattle area, but the one in White Center was the original.
This coffee chain developed in Seattle with the idea that baristas wearing less clothing attracts more customers. The story goes that one hot summer day an employee asked to wear a bikini top to work. This proved that sex does sell, and developed into a regular bikini-themed day. Eventually, the baristas were wearing sexy costumes everyday including military and school girl outfits. The kiosks are covered in black and white spots, but they definitely aren't the attention-grabber. The coffee is, well, hot. There are now many Cowgirls locations in the US, Australia, Europe, and Canada.
At first glance, Super Deli Mart in West Seattle appears to be nothing more than your run-of-the-mill convenience store. However, upon closer inspection you'll come to find that it's much, much more. Shelf upon shelf is lined with bottles of premium beer, wine, and champagne. There's also several stocked humidors for cigar lovers, and a full-service deli slinging quality sandwiches. But the best part is undoubtedly the microbrews on tap behind the counter. That's right - you can buy and drink pint (or refill a growler) while browsing the store.
With awards such as 'Best Seafood Restaurant' and 'Best Place to Propose', it's no doubt that locals and outsiders flock to Salty's. Enjoy the sunset with Pesto Linguini and Pan-Seared Eastern Sea Scallops and a glass of Jacobs Creek. Cocktails - daiquiries, martinis, margaritas and global warmers - add to the sun 'n' beach culture. Non-alcoholic beverages are also available. Families come for music, steaks and seafood in droves. Classic rock band performances are scheduled every evening.
For a taste of Hawaii in Georgetown, Kauai Family Restaurant gives the opportunity to experience a laid back food meal in its brightly decorated North shore interiors. The closest thing to Hawaii is finally here, and it does not leave you frowning. Order the fried chicken or the fresh calamari, brought in personally everyday or the smoked pork for a truly Hawaiian rendezvous. Service is also pleasant and welcoming.