We have been searching for new things to do in Seattle, Washington. Our tummies are rumbling and we are hungry and get frustrated trying to find some new place to explore to eat at in Seattle, so we found these five very interesting and unique restaurants in Seattle that we really want to eat and try out their food! Which ones of these five crazy places in Seattle have you eaten at?


Sisters and Brothers Bar: 544 Elliot Ave West

Sisters and Brothers Restaurant on Elliott Ave in Seattle
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They are known for their chicken sandwiches, tenders, wings, and fried green tomatoes. You can order it as spicy or not as spicy as you want, with everything from “Insane” hot to a “lil bit” hot. They have a happy hour with $5 well drinks and beers are $1 off. Sisters and Brothers Bar even has fried okra, fried pickles, and chicken and waffles! Open every day from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m.

“Its the Best West of nashville. pinky sweAr. No Jokes. but jokes Are cooL“


Rhein Haus Bocce, Bier, Brats 912 S 12th Ave (Also has a location in Leavenworth, WA)

Rhein Hause German Restaurant in Seattle, WA
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Get some German food in the heart of Capitol Hill in Seattle. There are five (5) indoor bocce courts, fire den, outdoor “biergarten” and a bar. A great place we want to go for giant pretzels with cheese and their weekend lunch, which features menu items like Currywurst and Fries, pulled pork sliders, beef goulash, veggie burgers, chicken sandwiches, and more.

“Authentic Bavarian fare—house-made sausages and pretzels—are accompanied by 24 drafts featuring both European and Northwestern beers.”

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Crumble & Flake P TISSERIE 1500 E Olive Way

Crumble and Flake Bakery
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One of the owners of this bakery worked and trained in New York and Paris to create some of what we think will be the most interesting pastries in downtown Seattle. All I really want to try is one of their Pain du Chocolate croissants! Other croissants that sound tempting as BLEEP include their Smoked Paprika and Cheddar Croissant, Kouign Amann dough pastry, and the Passion Fruit Cake.

“We are a boutique bakery focusing on French pastries, hand made in tiny batches with precision and love.”


Owl & Thistle 808 Post Ave in Seattle

Owl N Thistle Pub on Post Ave in Seattle, WA
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I first discovered the Pioneer Square fun that resides inside Owl & Thistle in 2009 and fell in love with the place. It is like you have been whisked over to an authentic ancient pub in Ireland! Great beer, pool table, and quizzical books that beckon you to pick up and explore. It is allegedly haunted and after my visits there, I kind of agree! LOL. We want to try their Dublin Brie, chicken strips, and of course, some Irish beer!


Off The Rez 4400 15th NE (Food Truck available around Capitol Hill, Ballard, and other Seattle-area locations throughout the weekends)

Off the Rez Food Truck in Seattle, WA
King5 via YouTube

It’s about time we get some Native food trucks popping up in Washington. I mean, we do have some bomb Indian Tacos available in Toppenish at A&B Native Cuisine and they can’t be beaten. But if you are over on the Westside of the Cascades, see if you can find the Off the Rez food truck. Their website says they deliver and offer pickup if you order online, so that’s a plus. They do have a cafe though! We are dying to eat one of their barbeque pulled pork Indian Tacos served on handmade fry bread.

“Classic Chili Indian Taco: Choice of beef chili, chicken chili verde, or veggie chili topped with cheddar cheese, iceberg lettuce, house-made crema sauce and pickled red onions. Vegan tacos available.”

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