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Off-Campus Dining


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3 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: I am only rating it okay because the food is somewhat hiked up in terms of prices.

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3 College Junior

Off-Campus Dining: Cool places in cap hill, but not many that target the students that stay out late and don't want to pay too much.

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4 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: I love all the options of off campus dining around

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3 College Sophomore

Off-Campus Dining: I haven't used it much, but what I have has been yummy!

5 College Freshman

Off-Campus Dining: We live in downtown Seattle! Places to eat are endless. But we do live downtown so sometime prices can be a little more expensive.

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There is a bevy of options only a few blocks away from campus, all of which vary in terms of quality, cuisine, atmosphere, and price. If you enjoy Asian food, you will do especially well, as it sometimes seems as if every third restaurant serves up Korean, Vietnamese, or Thai food. And the non-Asian options are just as varied. In one block on Broadway, you might find a Mexican restaurant, a Russian restaurant, and a more traditional American one as well. Teriyaki joints are especially common and very popular with Seattle University students as they tend to offer large portions for a pretty cheap price, sometimes enough that you can save the rest for a light dinner. Dinner is an especially popular time to eat out, given how early most places on campus close on most days. Unfortunately there are few true 24-hour options within easy walking distance, but there is an IHOP right across the street from campus, and it is always a popular place to head for a late-night study session.

Of course, it certainly isn’t cheap to eat out, and most students only go once a week, maybe twice, and even then many still tend towards some of the cheaper eateries. Given the sheer volume of offerings and the cramped nature of schedules, you probably won’t be able to try them all, even in all four years at school. But you cannot really understand Seattle University if you only eat the food the university itself makes, and you must budget your time and money to include visits to off-campus establishments. Whether you’re looking for a hole-in-the-wall dive or a four star establishment, you can find all of them in Seattle and many of them within walking distance of Seattle U.

Facts & Statistics

Student Favorites
  • Ballet Restaurant
  • Bimbo's Bitchin'
  • Burrito Kitchen
  • Dick's Drive-In Restaurant
  • Ginger Lime
  • The Honey Hole
  • Kelly's Pizzeria & Sports Bar
  • Noodle Studio
  • Piecora's New York Pizza
  • Subway
  • Yoshino Teriyaki
24-Hour Dining
  • 13 Coins Restaurant 125 Boren Ave. N. (206) 682-2513
  • The Hurricane Café 2230 7th Ave. (206) 682-5858
  • IHOP 950 E Madison St. (206) 322-4450
Best Breakfast
  • Rosebud
  • Zeena's
Best Healthy
  • Jamba Juice
  • World Wraps
Best Pizza
  • Pagliacci's Pizza
  • Piecora's New York Pizza
Best Wings
Best Place to Take Your Parents
  • Anthony's Home Port
  • Ivar's Salmon House
Other Places to Check Out
  • Café Lago
  • Café Septieme
  • The Cheesecake Factory
  • The Globe
  • Gordon Biersch
  • Le Fournil
  • Le Penier
  • Old Spaghetti Factory
  • Tacos Guaymas
  • Taquerilla Express
  • Than Vi
Did You Know?
  • Every summer Seattle celebrates all things food in the Bite of Seattle, in which local restaurant owners and chefs provide free samples, full meals, and information on how to become a better chef yourself. And though not exclusively dedicated to food, the Bumbershoot festival, which runs on Labor Day Weekend, regularly features a bevy of offerings from Seattle eateries.
  • Possibly the best place in the city to shop for groceries is the Pike Place Market. Though a bit pricey, the Market features succulent vegetables, delicious fruits, meat and seafood of all sorts, and fresh baked bread. And since every SU dorm has at least one kitchen, it's no challenge for students to head down to pick up their favorite items to bring back and cook for their friends.
  • The planet's largest coffee chain, Starbucks, got its original start in Seattle's own Pike Place Market back in 1971.

Grocery StoresWhat's This?

Imperial Grocery
502 Broadway
(206) 467-0369
M Street Grocery
801 Madison St.
(206) 254-0805
Madison Market
1600 E. Madison St.
(206) 329-1545
7a.m.-11p.m. daily
Pine Food Store
701 E Pine St.
(206) 322-7744
Plaza Select Foods
1024 Madison St.
(206) 623-0849
Quality Food Center
1401 Broadway
(206) 860-3818
1410 E. John St.
(206) 323-4988
1522 E. Madison St.
(206) 325-4911
South C Grocery
917 E Jefferson St.
(206) 624-8371
Trader Joe's
1700 E. Madison St.
(206) 322-7268
Union Park Grocery and Deli
1312 Minor Ave.
(206) 467-0543

Restaurant ListingsWhat's This?

611 Supreme
Food: French
611 E. Pine St.
(206) 328-0292
Price: $10-$30
Cool Features: Romantic
Agua Verde
Food: Mexican
1303 NE Boat St.
(206) 545-8570
Price: $8-$15
Cool Features: Awesome fish tacos, unique margaritas
Anthony's Bell Street Diner
Food: Seafood
2201 Alaskan Way
(206) 448-6688
Price: $15-$30
Anthony's Fish Bar
Food: Seafood, fast food
2201 Alaskan Way
(206) 448-6688
Price: $15-$30
Anthony's Pier 66
Food: Seafood, fine dining
2201 Alaskan Way
(206) 448-6688
Price: $15-$30
Ballet Restaurant
Food: Asian
914 E. Pike St.
(206) 328-7983
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Cheap prices but great food, takeout available, huge portions
Bimbo's Bitchin' Burrito Kitchen
Food: Mexican
506 E. Pine St.
(206) 329-9978
Price: $5-$20
Cool Features: Great college student atmosphere, Cha Cha Lounge opens at night, homemade margaritas
Broadway Grill
Food: American
314 Broadway E
(206) 328-7000
Price: $5-$15
Cool Features: Theme nights and Student Savings Club Card program
Buca di Beppo
Food: Italian
701 Ninth Ave. N
(206) 244-2288
Price: $5-$20
Cool Features: Family-style meals, daily specials
Café Minnie's
Food: American
101 Denny Way
(206) 448-6263
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Great for late-night munchies
Dick's Drive-In Restaurant
Food: Burgers, fries, and milkshakes
115 Broadway E
(206) 323-1300
Price: $2-$5
Cool Features: Eat in the front seat of your car
Ginger Lime
Food: Vietnamese, pan-Asian
732 12th Ave.
(206) 323-9030
Price: $5-$15
Cool Features: Part of the store's profits are donated to charity; happy hour specials
The Honey Hole
Food: Sandwiches
703 E. Pike St.
(206) 709-1399
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Order online
Hugo's Pizzeria
Food: Pizza
526 Broadway
(206) 328-5525
Price: $15-$20
The Hurricane Café
Food: Diner
2230 Seventh Ave.
(206) 682-5858
Price: $5-$15
Cool Features: Great for late-night eats
Food: Diner
950 E. Madison St.
(206) 322-4450
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Bottomless coffee, breakfast all day
Ivar's Salmon House
Food: Seafood
401 NE Northlake Way
(206) 632-0767
Price: $10-$30
Cool Features: Replica of Native American longhouse
Jamba Juice
Food: Smoothies
1330 Madison St.
(206) 264-7872
Price: $3-$5
Kelly's Pizzeria & Sports Bar
Food: Pizza
722 12th Ave.
(206) 883-9996
Price: $5-$20
Cool Features: Fun for sports
Marrakesh Moroccan Restaurant
Food: Moroccan
2334 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121
Marrakesh Moroccan Restaurant
Cool Features: Belly dancing Wednesday through Sunday
Romantic, festive
Noodle Studio
Food: Thai
209 Broadway E
(206) 325-6277
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Wide variety of dishes, cheap
Osteria la Spiga
Food: Italian
1401 Broadway
(206) 323-8881
Price: $5-$15
Cool Features: Homemade authentic food
Pagliacci Pizza
Food: Pizza
426 Broadway E
(206) 726-1717
Price: $8-$15
Cool Features: Delivery
Piecora's New York Pizza
Food: Pizza, pasta
1401 E. Madison St.
(206) 322-9411
Price: $5-$15
Food: Bar, grill
719 E. Pike St.
(206) 323-6636
Price: $5-$15
Food: Sub sandwiches
806 12th Ave.
(206) 328-2352
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Sandwiches made the way you like
Taco del Mar
Food: Mexican
1520 Broadway
(206) 328-4868
Price: $5-$10
Food: Wings, sandwiches
4545 University Way NE
(206) 632-1033
Price: $5-$15
Cool Features: Pick your level of hotness
World Wraps
Food: Healthy wraps
1109 Madison St.
(206) 467-9744
Price: $4-$8
Yoshino Teriyaki
Food: Teriyaki
812 12th Ave.
(206) 328-6734
Price: $5-$10
Food: Breakfast, lunch
1320 Madison St.
(206) 328-3993
Price: $5-$10
Cool Features: Big menu

Student Polls

Rate the off-campus restaurants on the following topics    Based on 62 responses

Very poor
  • Cost
  • Convenience
  • Healthy/organic options
  • Late-night options
  • Quality
  • Student discounts
  • Variety/number of options
  • Vegetarian/vegan options

How would you rate the diversity of off-campus dining options?    Based on 72 responses

  • 68% A nice variety of local spots and ethnic cuisine.
  • 29% Enough variety to keep things interesting.
  • 1% Mostly just chain restaurants and fast food.
  • 1% An endless repetition of the same few places.
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