801 Pine St / 206.405.1950
Just one block from The Paramount Theatre at 8th and Pike, Caffe Ladrio is open Mon-Thurs from 5:30am - 7pm,Fridays from 5:30am - 8pm, Saturdays from 6am to 8pm and Sundays from 6am to 6pm. Now a Seattle coffee institution, Caffe Ladro opened its first location on Upper Queen Anne in 1994. From the intimacy and quirk of that single café and bakery, they've now grown to fourteen locations in the greater Seattle area that maintain the signature friendly atmosphere, quality baked goods, and delicious coffee.
The Carlile Room
820 Pine St / 206.946.9720
The Carlile Room is diagonally across the street from The Paramount Theatre at 820 Pine. It is part of the Tom Douglas restaurant family, which operates 12 other unique spots around Seattle. The Carlile is called a ‘plant house’ because the menu features vegetables with succulent meats on the side. There are 2 bars, a DJ booth, and a very contemporary cozy vibe. Open 11am – 1am. Call for reservations.
The Cheesecake Factory
700 Pike St / 206.652.5400
Located 2 blocks from The Paramount Theatre at 7th and Pike directly across the street from the Washington State Convention Center, The Cheesecake Factory is a unique, upscale casual dining restaurant offering more than 200 menu selections including Appetizers, Pizza, Pasta, Seafood, Steaks, Salads, Sandwiches, and more.
Dragonfish Asian Café
722 Pine St / 206.467.7777
This Asian bistro delights dining fans by combining classic Asian culture with pop culture. The menu is designed to serve 'family style' and offers an assortment to satisfy every palate. Located at 8th and Pine, just one block west of The Paramount Theatre, The Dragonfish is open 7am to 1am daily.
Elephant & Castle
1415 5th Ave / 206.624.9977
British pub and restaurant open for lunch, drinks and dinner. Food and bar menu include popular British classics, a complete dinner menu, and a variety of lighter items.
600 Pine St / 206.405.4205
Presenting American fare and great beers in a casual atmosphere, Gordon Biersch is open daily for lunch and dinner and located three blocks west of The Paramount Theatre at the top of Pacific Place at 6th and Pine.
600 Pine St / 206.749.9803
All American hometown hamburger and malt shop. Very kid friendly. Located in the Pacific Place three blocks west of The Paramount Theatre. Open Sun-Thurs 11am – 10pm, Fri/Sat 11am-11pm. Parking available in the multi-level garage below.
La Cocina Oaxaquena
1216 Pine St / 206.623.8226
An authentic, homemade Mexican food and drink restaurant located on the corner of Melrose and Pine street, just two blocks east of the Paramount Theatre. Specializing in authentic Southern Mexican cuisine, they have two great happy hours: from 4-6pm and again from 10pm-12am.
600 Union St / 206.402.4588
Loulay is named for Chef Thierry Rautureau’s hometown of Saint Hilaire de Loulay in France. Loulay Kitchen & Bar marries the French influence of his upbringing with modern twist and sensibility to provide an accessible dining experience for everyone, just 5 blocks from The Paramount Theatre.
1215 Pine St / 206.621.7941
This neighborhood Italian restaurant is bustling and busy with a charming and simple atmosphere serving deliciously prepared meals at a reasonable price. Located at Pine and Melrose, 2 blocks east of The Paramount Theatre. Opens at 5pm daily until 10pm Sun-Thurs and until 2am Fri-Sat.
Mexico Cantina y Cocina
600 Pine St / 206.405.3400
Located in Pacific Place three blocks west of The Paramount Theatre, Mexico artfully presents traditional Mexican fare with a modern twist, ranging from the Mexican coastline to classic interior dishes. Open daily with Mexican Sunday Brunch 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and dinner and cantina until 10 p.m.; Monday - Thursday 11:30 a.m. to 10 p.m. Cantina until 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11:30 a.m. to 11 p.m. Cantina until Midnight. Parking available in the multi-level garage below.
Morton's of Chicago
1511 6th Ave / 206.223.0550
From 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm, pre-Paramount Theatre dinners are available and include salad, entrée selection, vegetable or potato, dessert, and coffee or tea. Located between Pike and Pine at 6th, just three blocks from The Paramount Theatre.
1420 5th Ave / 206.623.1300
This upbeat city restaurant and bar is famous for its rich and stylish ambiance and European-inspired regional American Cuisine. Only Palomino offers such a versatile menu in extraordinary surroundings at reasonable prices. Parking available in the City Center Parking Garage on Union St. between 5th/6th Ave., validation daytime 11:15am-2:30pm for 2 hours, after 5pm free with validation, weekends free with validation all day. Located at 5th and Union within walking distance to The Paramount Theatre. Open Mon-Thurs 5pm-9:30pm, Fri. 5pm-10:30pm, Sat. 4:30pm – 10:30pm and Sun 4pm-9pm.
1112 Pike St / 206.583.7177
Relax and enjoy a sultry evening in Rumba, Seattle's first Rum bar. Their Caribbean island inspired menu features house baked empanadas, hibiscus wings, Jamaican jerk pork and a sinful deep fried banana foster. Rumba offers an wide array of island drinks including libations of Prohibition-era Havana, Tiki cocktails, Punches and Caribbean island classics. Rumba's 12 foot arched, back-lit bar also holds over 250 rum selections for those looking for the pure rum sipping experience. Rumba is located in Capitol Hill just two short blocks from The Paramount Theatre! Rumba is also two doors up from their other restaurant, Tango.
Ruth's Chris Steakhouse
727 Pine St / 206.624.8524
"Serious Steak. Sizzling Personality" - Located in the Grand Hyatt Seattle at 8th and Pine, one block west of The Paramount Theatre; Open for dinner, Monday - Saturday 4pm to 10pm, Sunday 4pm to 9pm, valet parking; or self parking available in the multi-level garage below the Hyatt.
Sitka & Spruce
1531 Melrose Ave / 206.324.0662
Two blocks east of The Paramount Theatre! Pre-theatre menu available Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm to 6 pm. The menu is $45 per guest for four courses, with optional wine pairings. Reservations can be made online at sitkaandspruce.com or by phoning them directly at 206-324-0662.
621 Union St / 206.494.4442
Located downtown near the Washington State Convention Center on Union Street between 6th and 7th avenues, watch the hustle and bustle of downtown from the large windows surrounding the restaurant and enjoy first-class food, signature cocktails and bouncing live music. Sullivan’s offers guests a Seattle steakhouse atmosphere that flirts with the line between naughty and nice.
Tango Tapas Restaurant and Lounge
1100 Pike St / 206.583.0392
This intimate restaurant, located at Boren and Pike, just two blocks east of The Paramount Theatre offers a pan-Latin cuisine of Tapas and Spanish specialties, a wide selection of Spanish and Meso- American wines and ports, and over 60 tequilas on the bar list. Open for dinner Sunday - Thursday 5 -10:30 pm, Friday - Saturday 5 pm - midnight. Lounge open from 4:30pm - 11pm Sunday - Thursday, til midnight Fridays and Saturdays.
600 Pine St / 206.749.9100
Located three blocks west of The Paramount Theatre in Pacific Place, Thai Ginger artfully crafts their menu selections to reflect influences from all the geographical regions of Thailand. Sunday through Thursday 11 a.m. to 9:30 p.m. Bar open until 11 p.m.; Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. to 10:30 p.m. Bar open until midnight.
Urbane Restaurant & Bar
1639 8th Ave / 206.676.4600
Urbane's commitment to sustainability is also a major factor in the decision to exclusively use local food in the restaurant's menu. As food is shipped from location to location, freshness is compromised, which can result in a less robust menu – not to mention adding to the waste of hundreds of gallons of gasoline in the process. By sourcing the majority of our raw ingredients from within a 200-mile radius of the hotel, Urbane is actively engaged in reducing their carbon footprint. Locally available and in-season products inspire the menu. The culinary team visits and inspects partners' farms, affording the rare opportunity to get to know farmers on a first name basis. Additionally, the oldest continuously operating Public Market in the country – the world famous Pike Place Market – is only six blocks away.
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