We have some of the finest artisanal places in Seattle. Check out Thrillest search results for Pioneer Square.
A few favorites are:
SEATTLE GOOD BAR
Nicest staff. Best drinks. A Beautiful space. There really isn’t anything more to say. It’s our favorite bar.
They also have a Sloppy Joe that will make you cry.
- 240 2nd Ave S, Seattle, WA 98104
Lunchtime is your only chance to score some of the sweet handmade pastas at Pioneer Square’s Il Corvo, where the menu changes daily, but you can expect stuff along the lines of tagliatelle with wild boar ragu.
Authentic German Beer Hall in Seattle’s first neighborhood. Wide variety of beers, hand-made brats, pretzels, kraut, frites & mustard. Yum. Best place to watch football or write boxes of Christmas cards during the holidays–great mulled wine.
There’s always room for more restaurants in Pioneer Square: Mexican eatery Casco Antiguo is owned and operated by one of the owners of German bier hall Altstadt.
The space is split into two main ideas: a restaurant up front and a cantina in back. Some of the best tacos in the city.
- 115 Occidental Ave South Seattle Wa 98104
E SMITH MERCANTILE
The business has grown from a small general story to a gift shop, back bar (14 seats), and cellar. Family owned and run, they provide dry goods, small bites, classes, and spa treatments.
Nirmal’s is the culmination of over 30 years of culinary experience of Chef Nirmal Monteiro, their five-star chef. Chef Nirmal combines fresh local ingredients from the Pacific Northwest with traditional ingredients and spices from across India. They did an amazing job on the renovations as well.
Il TERRAZZO CARMINE
Il Terrazzo Carmine’s founder, Carmine Smeraldo grew up in Naples, Italy before heading west to America. Since opening in 1984, Il Terrazzo Carmine has become an institution among special company in Seattle’s fine dining landscape. Go for date night!
Rain Shadow Meats Squared is the second installment of the Seattle butchery and restaurant Rain Shadow Meats. Stop in for a meal made from locally-sourced ingredients, or pick up a cut of meat to prepare yourself. Try their homemade celery soda!