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Italian/Pizza

DuPont Farrelli's Gourmet Wood Fire Pizza Federal Way The Rock Oven Baked Pizza & Brewery Fircrest Viafore's Italian Delicatessen Gig Harbor Il Lucano Italian Restaurant Pizzeria Fondi Lacey Farrelli's Gourmet Wood Fire Pizza The Rock Oven Baked Pizza & Brewery Lakewood Pizza Casa Olympia Basilico Ristorante Italiano Gardner's Seafood And Pasta Mercato Old School Pizzeria Sorrento Ristorante Italiano Trinacria Ristorante Italiano Vics Pizzeria Puyallup Decaterina's Market Grill and Bar Pizzeria Fondi The

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Federal Way Pac Island Grill Tacoma Café Hawaii — Parkland   CAFÉ HAWAII An overly bright small café with tasty Kahlua pork, gooey Lau Lau, macaroni salad and haupia coconut pudding. We grab it for takeout just like true Hawaiians. 14125 Pacific Ave. S., Parkland/Tacoma. 253.531.2600. PAC ISLAND GRILL The menu is plenty authentic with the prevailing

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Indian

GREAT CUSINES OF INDIA The entire family is involved at this East Indian restaurant in Lakewood. Starting off with sweet lassi — a delicious yogurt based drink — is like having dessert first. The naan bread had minced onion, dried mango, herbs and mustard seeds baked inside. It is perfect for

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Lakewood Johnnie's Greek Cafe Tacoma Opa! Greek Cuisine   JOHNNIE’S GREEK CAFE The menu covers all of the basic Mediterranean food groups — gyros, calamari, falafel, hummus, dolmadis, souvlaki, stuffed grape leaves, and the almighty baklava. There's even a Greek lasagna and pizza. This is Greek to us. 9602 Bridgeport Way West, Lakewood, 253.984.0789. OPA! GREEK

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Olympia Boston Harbor Pies Tacoma Mario's Mercato Italiano — Westside The Melting Pot — Downtown University Place Affairs Café & Bakery   AFFAIRS CAFE & BAKERY Affairs Café & Bakery is a comfy place to catch up with a friend over breakfast and lunch.  Also, their chocolates are as close to a vice as you can get without actually

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Chinese

DuPont Super Buffet Fircrest Happy At The Bay Teriyaki Lacey Emperor's Palace Lakewood Tacoma Szechaun University Place Jade Palace   HAPPY AT THE BAY TERIYAKI While teriyaki is the mainstay, this restaurant devotes a fair portion of its menu to Chinese selections — more so than other teriyaki restaurants.  The Mongolian beef was surprisingly fresh, sweet and scrumptious.  Portion size was huge

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Caribbean

MOJITO BAY Think a Cuban PF Changs. The decor is metropolitan Caribbean. It sits next to the Capital Mall theater for excellent people watching. We prefer its elegant lounge as our dining spot. Eleven very different dinner choices were presented. Rock fish, rib-eye, Portuguese sausage, sirloin, jerk chicken, pork chops. This

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Cajun/Creole

PORTER'S PLACE SOUTHERN CUISINE & BBQ Serves up the deep South offering ribs, catfish, coleslaw, collard greens, gumbo, etouffee, catfish, jambalaya, and blackberry cobbler. Check out the Saturday night jazz.  2615 E. N Street behind the La Quinta Inn, Tacoma, 253.383.7603.

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Buffet

SUPER BUFFET There are Chinese buffets, and then there is the Super Buffet in DuPont. 975 Ross Ave., DuPont, 253.912.8889.

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Brunch

Olympia Red Wind Casino Tacoma Old House Café — Proctor District   OLD HOUSE CAFÉ They serve a Sunday brunch that defies the ordinary.  There is a baked apple with potato pancakes; stuffed peanut butter and banana French toast; oyster frittata; even green eggs and ham (a pesto sauce accounts for the color).  Drops-ins are accepted,

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Breakfast

Federal Way Village Inn Lakewood IHOP Olympia Cicada Restaurant & Lounge Darby's Cafe Tacoma Alfred’s Café & Bubble Room — Tacoma Dome District Babblin’ Babs Bistro — Proctor District Elmer’s Pancake and Steakhouse — South Tacoma IHOP — South Tacoma, West Tacoma Java Fusion — Sixth Avenue Marcia's Silver Spoon — Nalley Valley Pegasus Restaurant & Lounge — Tacoma Dome District Puget Sound Pizza —

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Bistro

AFFAIRS CAFE & BAKERY Affairs Café & Bakery is a comfy place to catch up with a friend over breakfast and lunch.  Also, their chocolates are as close to a vice as you can get without actually sinning.  2811 Bridgeport Way W., University Place, 253.565.8604. LINK: Review on Spew BABBLIN’ BABS BISTRO Billed as

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Bar Scene/Pub Food

BOB'S JAVA JIVE Built in 1927 as the Coffee Pot Restaurant by a Tacoma veterinarian, Otis G. Button, it has been a food drive-thru, a speakeasy, a go-go bar, and now a Polynesian-themed live-music/karaoke bar with cheap beer and wine.. 2102 S. Tacoma Way, Tacoma, 253.475.9843. LINK: Web site LINK: Drinkology   THE BROTHERHOOD LOUNGE This

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Bakery

AFFAIRS CAFE & BAKERY Affairs Café & Bakery is a comfy place to catch up with a friend over breakfast and lunch.  Also, their chocolates are as close to a vice as you can get without actually sinning.  2811 Bridgeport Way W., University Place, 253.565.8604. LINK: Review on Spew   CORINA BAKERY It’s sweet-meets-red velvet-bliss.

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Asian

DuPont Super Buffet Federal Way Genghis Khan Mongolian Grill Fircrest Happy At The Bay Teriyaki Lakewood Hwang-Do Seafood Noodle Honey Pig Long Beach Café Palace Restaurant and Cafe Than Brothers Olympia Cebu Pho Hoa Tacoma Coconut Thai — South East West Café — South, North Galanga Thai Cuisine — Downtown Happy Dragon — Sixth Avenue Indochine Asian Dining Lounge — Downtown Oriental Noodle & Grill — West Peanut Sauce —

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American

DuPont Bruceski's Buffalo Wings and Pizza Federal Way Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar Village Inn Lacey Ram Restaurant & Brewery Lakewood Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar Carrs Restaurant and Bar The French Hen Hoagie's Sub Deli Ponder's Landmark Café Ram Restaurant & Brewery Olympia South Bay Dickerson's Slow and Low BBQ Puyallup Applebee's Neighborhood Grill and Bar Ram Restaurant & Brewery Ruston Antique Sandwich Co. Tatanka Take-Out Tacoma Alfred's Café & Bubble Room

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