Doesn't everyone have times when they need to get keys made but just can't find the time to squeeze in running that errand alone? Now you have an excuse to head to U Village to get your keys made. Lee's Keys is located in a little kiosk-like stand near Papyrus at the village. They are speedy, accurate, reasonably priced, and even have a nice selection of colorfully-decorated keys.
When my best friend was getting married, we thought we would need to search all over Seattle just to find the dress she wanted. When we looked a couple places and found what we wanted the first day looking at Cicada, we were thrilled. They made all alterations arrangements for her and stored her dress there in the shop till a couple months before her wedding. It was on sale, too, which made the experience even better!
I have been to Andaluca several times now, and I think it's a great restaurant. I definitely think that it's pricey, but sometimes that is exactly the sort of place you want. It's classy, with an interesting flare to its decor. You never know who you'll see at the place, either, since it is located in one of Seattle's nicer hotels.
My boyfriend and his friends make it a regular sport to stop by Dicks and eat a whole bag of hamburgers and fries after they've been out on the town. I can't do this (how many girls can?) because I would feel much worse than if I didn't eat anything. The food is really greasy, but unfortunately, it tastes pretty good and continues to attract people all the more.
I lived in Thailand for years, so I am no stranger to good Thai food. I had heard this place was just okay, so I didn't make an effort to go for a long time. Finally, some of my friends wanted to go, so I went, and I was pleasantly surprised with the quality of the food. The noodles were really good, with a genuine Thai flavor.
When I was in school, a friend of mine took me to Portage Bay to get the buffet. I am not into buffets, so I almost didn't get it until I saw it. The restaurant will sell you a plate of pancakes, french toast or waffles and then you take your food to the buffet, which is loaded with berries of all sorts, syrup, whipped cream, honey, and other delicacies! I was floored at the berries they were so good!
The food at Coastal Kitchen as never been as good as everyone I know gives it credit for. It's good, don't get me wrong, but not amazing. I've been there for lunch and for breakfast, both of which are good and reasonably priced. What I would like to do is try dinner there, as the ultimate test of the restaurant's abilities! It's a nice place, though. Go and try it for yourself.
This is the cutest place around! The restaurant serves primarily crepes, both sweet and savory. These crepes are great- definitely the sort of place you would want to take a friend visiting Seattle. When you're through with the crepes, head over to the bar area, where you can sit on the lounge booth or at the bar and enjoy a classy cocktail.
This is a chain restaurant, but it still has good food. I meet friends for lunch at the Bistro downstairs all the time because it is so large and fast that they can normally accomodate a small group without the need for making reservations. I love the selection of salads and wine, and the bread they serve to everyone is also great!
I think of Ten Mercer as a great place to sit and enjoy a nice bottle of wine with someone. The ambiance is really elegance and calming, and there's normally some jazz playing. The prices are what you would expect, but no great deal so you should only go if you are looking for the kind of experience I've described.