9. Ivar's Acres of Clams
Pier 54, 1001 Alaskan Wy., 624-6852
It's a tourist's favorite place to eat out.
1300 First Ave., 903-5291
Any restaurant across the street from Lusty Lady with the words "taste sam" in its website should be required to sell sex toys -- or at least t-shirts that read: "I tasted SAM and all I got was this lousy t-shirt. And mouth sores."
2110 N. 55th St., 547-0335
We think this organic doughnut shop's new superhero should be one big smile.
|Dick's is always happy to see you.|
111 N.E. 45th St., 632-5125
This iconic drive-in has been keeping customers coming since 1954.
5. Serious Pie
316 Virginia St., 838-7388
We like our women the way Tom Douglas likes his pies: warm, bubbly and cheap during happy hour.
The sweet spot
?703 E. Pike St., 709-1399
Sandwiches include Built to Satisfy and The Big Tuna. They both hit the sweet spot.
1312 5th Ave., 652-0521
Don't be fooled by the word cocktails. The only thing going inside of you at this downtown bar is food and drink.
108 Pine St., 443-3900
Mouth-watering chocolate-themed delectables just steps away from Pike Place Market ...and Showgirls. We'd like to see the two neighbors combine efforts to create an entire line of edible underwear and body paint. Sadly, the name ShowBox is already taken.
1. Ho Ho, 653 S. Weller St., 382-9671
This seafood restaurant in the International District seems to be the only ho in Seattle with a good reputation.