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9 Seattle Restaurants That Make Group Dining A Breeze

The Pink Door
Sawyer
Re:public
Radiator Whiskey
Forum Social House
The White Swan Public House
The Pink Door
Sawyer
Re:public
Radiator Whiskey
Forum Social House
The White Swan Public House

Entertaining large groups of family or friends can be difficult because not all restaurants can accommodate. You need plenty of space where you and your friends can spread out and enjoy each others company. You also have to look for menus that everyone will find something to enjoy. Luckily, we’ve put together a list of some of the tastiest restaurants in Seattle that can also accommodate your whole crew. 

 


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The Pink Door

1919 Post Alley, Seattle, WA 98101, United States
(206) 443-3241

The Pink Door is a classic, and beautiful restaurant in Seattle serving up Italian-American cuisine. Some highlights from their menu include salads, chicken meals, pasta, and risotto. The Italian-American food is great for lunch or dinner and the ambiance and setting makes it a great place to celebrate anything from a birthday to a job promotion with friends. They source their ingredients locally to ensure every plate is fresh and delicious. They have a long list of wines which pair wonderfully with each of their dishes.

 


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Sawyer

5309 22nd Ave NW Suite a, Seattle, WA 98107, United States
(206) 420-7225

If you are in charge of finding a spot for your friends to eat, they’re gonna love this one. Sawyer has plenty of  indoor as well as outdoor dining on their heated patio.  It’s a very casual and chic restaurant with a full bar. The cozy booths here will accommodate you and your group comfortably. The floor-to-ceiling windows are not only stylish, but bring in so much natural light and makes the space feel very welcoming. Their menu was created with family style eating in mind so your group can order several of their small and large plates and pass them around. Some options include cornbread dip, pork belly steam buns, spring salad, and shrimp. They also offer Sunday brunch so check this spot out with some friends soon! 

 


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Re:public

429 Westlake Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109, United States
(206) 467-5300

Re:public another one of the great restaurants in Washington that can accommodate all your pals. This is a 21 and over establishment, perfect for an adults night out. The main menu has meals like Prime New York steak, Nashville hot chicken sandwich, seafood pasta, and risotto, and make sure to try their carmel apple bread pudding for dessert. They offer a wide selection of cocktails, beer, and wine. 

 


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Radiator Whiskey

94 Pike St #30, Seattle, WA 98101, United States
(206) 467-4268

You and your loved ones will enjoy this rustic, chic spot. The restaurant was established in 2013 and is now a staple in the neighborhood. Braised beef briskets, pulled pork sammy, and smoked and fried chicken are some of the main entrees here. The chocolate chip cookies are divine and will do the trick if you have a sweet tooth. Their signature cocktails are amazing too, so be sure to try at least one of them during your time here. Check out their website to find out more info about their Beast Feast if you are wanting to dine with a larger group! 

 


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Forum Social House

North Tower, Lincoln Square, 700 Bellevue Way NE STE 300, Bellevue, WA 98004, United States
(425) 658-0500

Forum Social House is a one-stop spot for a fun night out. Besides the food and drinks, they hold different events, and they constantly have some kind of entertainment. You can reserve a nightlife VIP table to enjoy drinks after dinner. There are pool tables, mini golf, and lots of other fun games. You can dine with a large group any day of the week, and they have awesome happy hour deals so check them out for those. The restaurant claims to have the best wings in Washington so head over and see if they mean it! 

 


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The White Swan Public House

1001 Fairview Ave N Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 588-2680

If you need a spot that can accommodate many people, you’ve hit the jackpot. This seafood spot has plenty of inside seating and even more covered outside seating. The view of the water from this restaurant is beautiful and their menu just makes the experience that much better. People rave about their cocktails so try the Better Luck Amaro or the Cran-Do Attitude. Start your meal off with some oysters, salmon dip or their seafood chowder. For dinner, try anything from a burger and pulled pork tacos to fish and chips or their seared Alaskan halibut.