2016 Seattle Restaurant Awards

Ville Magazine introduces the 1st Annual Seattle Restaurant Awards presented by Stella Artois. As Seattle isn’t shy to best restaurants and eats list, we decided to step it up a notch and recognize the best in 35 categories with a twist from the norm. Fair warning, don’t read this on an empty stomach or you may end up eating the food right from our pages.


Best Meal on Wheels

Papa Bois

Best Meals on Wheels - Pap Bois

From Tukwila to Lower Queen Anne, Kirkland and Lake City this tropical Caribbean oasis doles out sandwiches like The Jerk – dry rubbed and grilled to perfection with that West Indies kick. Get it with fried plantains, mon.
various locations; papaboisfood.com




Best Class Act Brunch - Joule
Joule takes brunch then spins, twists and enhances it with all the fixings. Choose an entrée like the shrimp & grits with Chinese sausage, brown butter and ginger then load up on sides from the thematic rotating buffet. Pair it with the morning cocktail, Kinetics made with Batch 206 vodka, crème Yvette, grapefruit, and cava.
3506 Stone Way N, Seattle, WA 98103; (206) 632-5685; joulerestaurant.com


Best Place for the Morning After

Super Six

Best Place for the Morning After - Super Siz

Between the Loco Moco (beef patty, brown gravy, rice, two eggs), The Hangover (kalua pork, fries, brown gravy, cheese, eggs, scallions), and the bottomless mimosas, Super Six is the brunch chill spot to hang loose and discuss questionable choices in the same outfit from the night prior.
3714 S Hudson St, Seattle, WA 98118; (206) 420-1201; supersixseattle.com


Best Place to Dine With Your Dog

Belltown Pub

Best Place to Dine with Your Dog - Belltown Pub

It’s a dog eat dog world out there and what better way to live it than with kicking back a few drinks with man’s best friend? Belltown Pub was one of the first restaurants in Seattle that encouraged patrons to bring their dog along, even offering a “Yappy Hour” back once upon a time. Now a days, it’s just happy hour from 4 PM – 6:30 PM and 10 PM – 1 AM every damn day. Make it a dog day afternoon and chill out with $5 Jameson Whiskey Fondue and Salted Pretzel or Fried Mac and Cheese Balls with Marinara.
2322 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121; (206) 448-6210; belltownpub.com


Best Place to Escape Seattle


Best Place to Escape Seattle - Nue

Nue doesn’t want to be “fusion” or “street food” or any form of trending buzz word. The aim is to make good food with new flavors where guests can experiment and explore without leaving Seattle. The menu is always changing so every visit will be to a new destination. Discover Trinidad Goat Curry or Grilled Barbados Pig Tails.
1519 14th Ave, Seattle, WA 98122; (206) 257- 0312; nueseattle.com


Best Place for Your Taste Buds


Best Place for Your Taste Buds - Canlis

Canlis is the full dining experience. Whether with a group for a special occasion or a romantic interlude this well-recognized fine dining extravagance is one that every Seattlite has come to boast of. The tasting menu lets guests choose between a three, four, or sevencourse menu. Don’t miss out and work in the Classic or Sommelier wine pairing.
2576 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109; (206) 283-3313; canlis.com


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