11 restaurants in Seattle that are approved by Guy Fieri

Feb 17 2021, 1:32 pm

The Mayor of Flavortown, Guy Fieri, has visited Seattle numerous times and loved it so much that he’s even opened an outpost of his Flavortown Kitchen in South Lake Union.

If you’re wondering where his culinary journey has taken him throughout the Emerald City, look no further than this list.

Here are all of Guy Fieri’s favorite Seattle hotspots:

Bizzarro Italian Cafe

Bizzarro has an amazing atmosphere as well as amazing pasta. Each handmade pasta is enveloped in a delicious sauce that’ll have you craving more.

Location: 1307 N 46th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-632-7277

Bok A Bok

 

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Bok A Bok is the perfect fusion of Eastern culinary experience and Western desire for fried everything. From slathered gravy biscuits, tots to salivate all, and much more, Bok A Bok is often more than just a chicken spot.

Location: 1521 SW 98th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-669-5976

Location: 1427 10th Ave, Seattle
Phone: 206-669-5976

Georgia’s Greek Restaurant and Deli

 

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Georgia’s Greek Restaurant and Deli is easy to miss. With an aged awning and muted exterior, you’ll never believe the deliciousness that awaits you inside. Trust us when we say that Guy Fieri certainly knew what he was getting into when he told the world about this spot.

Location: 323 NW 85th St, Seattle
Phone: 206-783-1228

Mike’s Chili Parlor

 

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If you like chili and you like beer, we’ve got good news for you: Mike’s Chili Parlor has both. The restaurant will transport you back in time as you enjoy a good ol’ fashioned cash-only chili bar.

Location: 1447 Northwest Ballard Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-782-2808

Pam’s Kitchen

If you were a fan of jerk chicken before 2015, you may remember, when Pam’s Kitchen was located in the University District. They’ve since moved to Wallingford where people still come to enjoy spicy jerk dishes.

Location: 1715 N 45th Street, Seattle
Phone: 206-696-7010

Piroshki on 3rd

 

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Enjoy authentic piroshkies at Piroshki on 3rd. While some spots opt to fry their pastries or use puff pastry, this spot bakes theirs in fluffy and buttery brioche buns.

Location: 710 3rd Avenue, Seattle
Phone: 206-322-2820

Pizzeria Credo

 

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Pick between delicious pizzas and pasta at Pizzeria Credo. The spot even has a specialty that’s half pizza, half calzone, and fully delicious.

Location: 4520 California Ave SW, West Seattle
Phone: 206-402-3784

Sisters and Brothers

Sisters and Brothers is a whole family affair. You’re able to taste the love cooked into each piece of chicken as you dive in.

Location: 544 Elliott Ave West, Seattle
Phone: 206-283-2078

Voula’s Offshore Cafe

Fans of all-day breakfast need to give Voula’s Offshore Cafe a shot. The diner whips up amazing entrees and you simply can’t skip their hashbrowns.

Location: 658 NE Northlake Way, Seattle
Phone: 206-634-0183
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Slim’s Last Chance

 

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Slim’s Last Chance markets itself as a chili shack and watering hole. The Texas-inspired spot has four types of chili as well as a variety of toppings to truly make the bowl of your dreams.

Location: 5606 1st Ave S, Seattle
Phone: 206-762-7900

Wood Shop BBQ

 

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Wood Shop BBQ serves meat smoked with imported Hickory from the Ozark Mountains and Post Oak from Texas. All of their beef is of the highest quality, from Painted Hills Natural Beef out of Fossil, OR.

Location: 2513 S. Jackson St, Seattle
Phone: 206-485-7381

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