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The Five-Point Weekend Escape Plan

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2. Where to Eat


The sandwiches at Salumi are made fresh every morning.   

Avoid the tourists at Pike Place Market and instead enjoy Seattle's fresh catch at Pike Street Fish Fry, a hole-in-the-wall spot in Capitol Hill. Eat fish and chips from newsprint with curried ketchup and a slice of fried lemon (from $7). Pints of Fat Tire are $2 and the fries are free on the third Friday of every month (5–7 p.m.).

E.N.D. wine bar, opened last year and is the accessible alternative to the hard-to-get tables at adjacent Elemental@Gasworks. Elemental's entire menu is available à la carte, and rotating weekly seasonal items like escargot ravioli are priced between $10 and $15. Choose from among 100 wines offered at $15 per half-bottle.

Order a sandwich from Mario Batali’s sister at Salumi. Sandwiches are layered with house-cured culatello, guanciale, and mozzarella made fresh every morning (from $7.50).

Dig into the Indian-inspried thali—a platter of several small dishes—to sample slow food prepared by a James Beard award-winning chef at Poppy. The seven-dish “smali” is $22, and most snacks at the bar, like duck confit steamed buns, cost less than $10.


Published on Dec 17, 2009 as a web exclusive.

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