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3 Places to Try in Seattle This Weekend

Every week, Eater offers three picks for places to eat over the weekend.

Local Burger
Local Burger
Colin Bishop

Welcome to Eater Seattle's newest column, Something for the Weekend. Every Friday, you probably think the same question: Where should I eat this weekend? Covering brunch, dinner, and everything in between, here now, three places to try this weekend.

Local Burger

Bellevue's Local Burger is worth crossing the bridge for, Seattle. Delightfully messy and perfectly cooked, this place is worth the clogged arteries. Pair your burger with some poutine and a glass of Washington-brewed beer or a house cocktail. Local sourcing is the icing on the cake.

10134 Main Street, Bellevue. (425) 454-8559.

Nue

A meal at Nue is an ever-changing adventure, whether you're a world traveler or an armchair enthusiast. You can dive into street food from around the globe, with recent highlights like Trinidad Goat Curry laced with spice and topped with a piece of coconut and pineapple cornbread. The liquid nitrogen ice cream and enticing specials don't hurt, either.

1519 14th Ave Seattle, Capitol Hill. (206) 257-0312.

Duke's Chowder House

Just sayin': It may be time to revisit this Seattle classic. There's the killer chowder, of course, a heavenly Parmesan Halibut entree, and rotating specials to keep it interesting. Duke's takes sustainability seriously, too, so you can eat a whole bunch of seafood and not feel (too) guilty.

Locations in Alki, Green Lake, Kent, South Lake Union, South Center, and Tacoma.

Local Burger

10134 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98004 425 454 8559

Duke's Chowder House

901 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, WA 98109 (206) 382-9963 Visit Website

Nue

1519 14th Avenue, , WA 98122 (206) 257-0312 Visit Website

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