Humble Pie is as Pacific Northwest as it gets: the plates are compostable, the ingredients are locally-sourced, and the patio is loaded with picnic tables under string lights and catty-corner to a chicken coop. It’s a bizarre experience to eat Neapolitan pizzas and draught pints of Washington beer while listening to ambient clucking, but it totally works. Also important: the pizzas are excellent. Get the margherita with fresh mozzarella if you’re feeling classic, and the “whole hog” (prosciutto, bacon, pulled pork, tomato sauce, mozzarella) if you plan to eat a salad tomorrow. Vegetarians, don’t let that scare you away - there are options for you too.
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Lan Huê is a Vietnamese banh mi shop in the International District, and their sandwiches are a far cry from what a perfect banh mi should taste like.
Dynasty Room is an International District bar inside a space that used to be a Chinese restaurant. They serve Chinese and Korean bar snacks.
Dough Zone Dumpling House
Dough Zone Dumpling House is a great spot for Chinese dumplings and noodles in the International District.
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Bar Del Corso
Bar Del Corso, a classic Beacon Hill Italian spot, should be your first choice for Neapolitan pizza in the city.
Mioposto Pizzeria is a semi-upscale Italian spot in Ravenna with wood-fired pies and pasta.
Rione XIII is a nice Italian restaurant on Capitol Hill that serves Roman-style pizza and pasta.
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100 Pound Clam
The seafood at 100 Pound Clam in South Lake is great. Just know you’ll be eating it next to a screaming two-year-old and a dad wearing Sperry’s.
Tamarind Tree serves excellent Vietnamese food in the International District, best enjoyed on the patio for a low-key lunch.
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