Guy Fieri's Spots In Washington
Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Bok A Bok Fried Chicken
New York chef Brian O'Conner trained in classic cuisine but ended up falling for fried chicken. The dishes at Bok A Bok Fried Chicken & Biscuits highlight his love for the bird. The Soy Sesame Garlic Sandwich is fried up until potato chip crispy, topped with sweet soy sauce and arugula and served on a roll spread with lemon aioli.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Bizzarro Italian Cafe
Bizzarro prides itself on its locally sourced seasonal menu and whimsical atmosphere. Guy licked his plate clean after diving into the linguini and clams with house made pancetta. The elk Bolognese was "monster tender" and not gamy at all. Customers also enjoy the puttanesca and organic lamb shank.
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Olympia, WA
cafe • restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Darby's Cafe
Vegetarians, vegans and meat-eaters alike flock to this eatery for some good-old-fashioned cooking made with local fruits and vegetables. Guy loved the Creole oyster benedict topped with Creole cream sauce and served with a side of home fries. Loyal fans recommend the winter squash and apple hash.
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Lakewood, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Bruno's German Restaurant
Polish Chef Bruno established this cozy cafe and brought with him his stick-to-your-ribs Polish recipes. Guy loved the tang from the pickle in the Hangover soup, consisting of sausage, potatoes, bacon and an assortment of vegetables. Customers also enjoy the cabbage rolls and Bruno's Schnitzel.
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Tacoma, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Dirty Oscar's Annex
Chef Aaron Grissom is taking home-style dishes to the next level. The tasso tacos filled with both tender braised pork shoulder and Creole Cajun pork were great, according to Guy. Order the crispy and gooey Parmesan Tots with sun-dried tomato ranch as an appetizer, and to drink, try the moonshine.
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Puyallup, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Crockett's Public House
This place was a feed store until owner Shaun Brobak turned it into a pub. For an appetizer, Guy had the "nice and tender" Fire Grilled Artichokes with Calabrian aioli. He also enjoyed Mom's Sloppy Joe with crispy fried onions and the Public House Meatballs topped with pistachios and Parmesan.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Pam's Kitchen
Guy says "they're knocking out the real-deal food from Trinidad" at Pam's Kitchen with dishes like Spicy Jerk Chicken and Pelau. A must-try is the Dahlpuri, an unleavened bread stuffed with yellow split peas, then rolled up and cooked to order on the flattop.
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Spokane, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
The Elk
This 1930s-era pharmacy turned pub offers an eclectic spin on traditional pub grub. Reuben sandwiches are beer braised and served with housemade sauerkraut, and folks come from afar to get their BBQ Chicken Quesadilla fix, and "they're making what you might be cranking out at home ," but better!
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Olympia, WA
bar • restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Fish Tale Brew Pub
This pub is the go-to spot in Olympia for craft beer and craft food. Chef Kerin Lewis sources fresh local seafood and produce to create her northwestern flavors. Guy enjoyed the Dungeness crab cannoli with roasted red pepper sauce. Locals rave about the handmade made bangers and mash.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Sisters and Brothers
This knockout joint brings Nashville hot chicken to Seattle. Dig into wings, tenders, white/dark meat or a half bird with your prefered level of spice ("lil bit" to "insane"). The restaurant also has a selection of Southern favorites, such as chicken and waffles, homemade biscuits and gravy, fried green tomatoes and more.
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Richland, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Porter's Real Barbecue
Chef Porter Kinney is serving up monstrous meat and more at Porter’s Real Barbeque in Richland, Washington. The restaurant uses applewood and cherrywood to make favorites like the gigantic smoked beef rib and bacon-wrapped jalapeno poppers.
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Pasco, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Vinny's Bakery
Owner Vinny Marim and his son Charlie are serving sweet and savory specialties at this bakery in Pasco, Washington. The Cuban Sandwich is a standout, made on house-made baguette with slow-roasted pork, slathered with their house-made hot sauce, ham and Swiss cheese.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Slim's Last Chance
Come to this roadhouse for some chili that is "off the chain." Guy's favorite was the smoked pork Chili Verde over Jalapeno Mac and Cheese. If you're a traditionalist, order the Texas Red, which "has it going on" with a nice mild heat. The turkey chili is another fan favorite.
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Tacoma, WA
bar • restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Crown Bar
The neighborhood knows to come to Crown Bar for fresh food that is "eclectic, but not ethnic." Guy enjoyed the Moroccan beef kabobs with fluffy couscous, raita and pita. The robust, earthy flavors of the beet salad tossed with citrus vinaigrette and topped with fresh goat cheese also impressed him.
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Lynnwood, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Bobby's Hawaiian Style Restaurant
Bobby's Hawaiian Style may be miles away from Hawaii, but owner Bobby Nakihei stayed true to his culinary roots. Guy loved his style. Bobby's making all the classics, like Kalua pork, Lau Lau (a pork dish wrapped in taro leaves and steamed) and the beloved Spam musubi, spam prepared sushi-style.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Georgia's Greek Restaurant & Deli
Chef Lakis Kazakos converted his auto repair shop into a Greek taverna and is now serving up his mom's recipes. Guy could not get enough of the keftethes, which are lamb sliders flavored with mint and parsley. The saganaki, fried cheese, was also "off the hook." Locals enjoy the lamb gyro the most.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
WOOD SHOP BBQ
Owners Matt Davis and James Barrington brought the best of Kansas- and Texas-style BBQ to Seattle with this family-friendly joint. Their formula is simple: tender meats smoked in solid Hickory for maximum flavor. The menu features meat by the pound (which includes a killer brisket), pork spare ribs, smoked wings, sandwiches, mac and cheese bowls and a variety of classic BBQ sides.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Pizzeria Credo
Stop by Pizzeria Credo for a selection of wood-fired, Napoletano-style pizzas made with homemade mozzarella and imported tomatoes. If you're craving pasta, the Seattle joint also takes on classic dishes such as Linguine Alfredo, Penne Carbonara, Pappardelle Bolognese and more.
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Spokane, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Picabu Bistro
Picabu's menu may be small but it has huge variety. Guy enjoyed the Cactus Burger topped with pepper Jack cheese, a hot and spicy pepper/onions/bacon mix, marinated onions and the signature hamburger goo. The chicken and corn pot stickers with homemade wrappers kept him coming back for more.
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Spokane, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Chaps Coffee Co
Re-creating foods from growing up on a farm led to the opening of Chaps Coffee Co., where Grandma's influences reign. A farmhouse twist on French toast is pretty close to a blueberry muffin cake topped with blueberry cream cheese. Try Grandma's baked oatmeal to satisfy that homemade craving.
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Spokane, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Waddell's Brew Pub and Grille
With 50 beers on tap and many giant burgers to choose from, you're sure to have a great meal at this neighborhood spot. The Rube Waddell Burger's 6-ounce patty, corned beef and Swiss cheese excited Guy, as did the double-patty Big Dog Burger. The beer-braised lamb Philly was appreciated too.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Piroshki on 3rd
This restaurant specializes in Russian piroshki; they serve 20 different varieties of the savory, pastry-wrapped pockets. They are also dishing out traditional soups, dumplings, salads and more. Guy gushed over the Pelmeni, chicken-filled dumplings in a steaming broth. “I came here for the piroshki, but this soup is stealing the show,” he said.
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Spokane, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Hills' Restaurant & Lounge
The roof at Hill's Restaurant and Lounge also doubles as a garden and the menu, not surprisingly, represents true garden-to-fork dining. Guy said "step away from my pork" when eating the pulled pork sandwich. But the Elk Burger is out of bounds with its homemade beer mustard and rooftop herb blend.
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Bainbridge Island, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Madison Diner
The Madison Diner on Bainbridge Island, Wash., is an actual New Jersey diner that was shipped all the way to Washington. So it makes sense that the menu includes East Coast diner favorites with a West Coast twist. Check out the Atlantic Salmon Hash and the Guy-approved Chorizo Scramble.
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Seattle, WA
restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Mike's Chili Parlor
If you traveled back to 1922 and fast-forwarded to today, Mike's Chili Parlor would still be serving the same chili recipe passed down from Greece. The all-day cooking process makes for an over-the-top bowl of chili, chili burger and tasty chili pasta. As Guy says, "That's what I'm talking about."
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Seattle, WA
cafe • restaurants
Posted almost 5 years ago
Voula's Offshore Cafe
What started as a way to put her sons through college has turned into a full-time career for Voula and both her sons. On Triple D, Guy fills up on Voula's Greek Hobo scramble made with Greek sausage and her unique "Chinese Pancake." Take a pancake, add ham, then crack an egg right in the middle.
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