Peerless in Seattle

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Current Location: Seattle, WA 

Miles Traveled: 9,000
Upcoming Cities: Portland; San Francisco; Sonoma and Napa

After a few invigorating days in Vancouver, we're now in Seattle, and ready to eat. On the list? A sandwich from Armandino's Salumi, of course, and some wine and small plates at Elemental Next Door. But we'd love your help on deciding where else to go. For this poll, we're looking for the best mid-range restaurant in town, something that will surprise and impress without breaking the bank. Make your vote below, and feel free to comment on your choice. And if your favorite isn't listed here, just add it in the "Other" column.

As always, if you have other suggestions on good food finds in town beyond restaurants, just add those in the comments as well. Cheers.

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Terrence Henry

Terrence Henry is a freelance writer living in Austin, Texas. More

Terrence Henry is a freelance writer living in Austin, Texas. In January 2009, he and his wife embarked on a food tour of Argentina, Spain, Italy, England, Canada, and the United States. Some 13 months later he settled in Austin, where he is now learning the art of Texas barbecue and writing about food and film.

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