Who doesn't love a layover in Seattle? Bourdain indulges in runny and smelly cheeses at Calf and Kid, checks out the aerial view of the city from a seaplane and gets a not-so-family-friendly tour of Seattle's ...Go to Episode
Seattle's classic "greasy spoon" serves up a great breakfast.
415 Cedar St
Seattle, WA 98119
A great airport restaurant serving seafood, and fish and chips.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
17801 International Boulevard
Seattle, WA 98158
Tony visits this whimsical wonderland of toys, games and anything else you can imagine.
1300 N 45th St
Seattle, WA 98103
Home to Seattle’s own “Sandwich Nazi,” this intentionally prickly downtown-based luncheonette is packed with a devoted following of hungry patrons.
122 Cherry St
Seattle, WA 98104
Tony meets Matt Dillon and Renee Erickson at Canlis Restaurant to sample some of Seattle’s most beloved regional cooking. Overlooking Lake Union, this restaurant has been serving dinner since 1950.
2576 Aurora Ave North
Seattle, WA 98109
This self-described "whiskey and bitters emporium" serves up impressive, classic cocktails.
928 12th Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
Head to The Comet Tavern for late-night food, such as a Seattle-style hot dog.
922 E Pike St
Seattle WA 98122
Visit this eclectic store in West Seattle.
4559 California Ave SW
Seattle, WA 98116
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