256 "American" Restaurants in Seattle.
Umami Kushi is a Rainier Beach spot that serves Japanese-style okazu pan filled with everything from beef curry to adobo chicken - and fresh beignets.
Communion is a restaurant in the Central District featuring soul food staples influenced by Ethiopian, Vietnamese, and PNW cuisine.
Local Tide is a seafood restaurant in Fremont that serves fish sandwiches, shrimp toast, a weekend-only crab roll, and a fantastic burger.
84 Yesler is an upscale restaurant in Pioneer Square that serves delicious homemade pasta, steaks, and seafood.
Hi Helen is a West Seattle pop-up that serves outstanding breakfast sandwiches.
Seattle Fish Guys is a seafood market in the Central District that also serves excellent Hawaiian poke.
Burgermaster is a classic drive-in restaurant just off 520 in Bellevue that serves burgers, fries, onion rings, and milkshakes. Bill Gates loves it.
King Philly is a restaurant on Beacon Hill that serves delicious cheesesteaks of all types, from beef to plant-based.
King’s Deli is a convenience store in the Central District that serves fried chicken, jojos, and excellent soft serve ice cream.
Jack's Chicken Shack is a takeout window located at Jack's BBQ's South Lake Union location, and they serve fried chicken and sides.
Sam Choy’s is a Hawiian spot in Hillman City that serves delicious poke in various forms, like rice bowls and tacos.
Olmstead is an American restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves small plates, sandwiches, and creative cocktails.
Eight Row is a large, attractive restaurant in Green Lake that only serves one good dish: a $55 pork shoulder.
14 Carrot Cafe is a classic Eastlake diner that serves breakfast and lunch. Get the carrot cake pancakes.
Grand Central is a bakery and cafe in Eastlake that serves baked goods, sandwiches, salads, and soups.