Official Coffee Provider of SIFF 2015
Head to any of the 300+ participating Starbucks to pick up a copy of the official SIFF 2015 Free Guide. While you're there, grab a drink and log on to the Starbucks Digital Network, which will feature seven short films from SIFF beginning May 15 through June 7, 2015.
Official SIFF 2015 Lounge
114 Republican St, 98109
Festival attendees will receive 15% off their restaurant check while dining at Triumph Bar. Proof of SIFF attendance will be good towards anything on the guest check, and this will be a great opportunity for savvy diners to enjoy the new spring menu, featuring early spring bounty from local farms such as beets, rhubarb, snap peas, and lettuces. Happy hours are 3-6 pm and 10-close, 7 days a week.
SIFF 2015 Restaurant Partners
SIFF Cinema Uptown & SIFF Film Center
100 Republican St #100, 98109
Agave’s signature dishes include chile rellenos; freshly made tamales; prawn, scallop and halibut enchiladas; and Agave’s sizzling meat, seafood or vegetarian Fajitas. Specialty cocktails feature Agave’s impressive selection of premium tequilas and highlight scratch Margaritas in traditional lime and fruit combinations.
550 Queen Anne Ave N, 98109
Over the decades, Pagliacci has been voted a Seattle Favorite in many polls. Individual pizzas are hand-tossed and cooked in brick-lined ovens. In addition to typical toppings, Pagliacci's offers seasonal options.
400 Broad St, 98109
Revolutionary dining atop the Space Needle. The entire restaurant moves 360 degrees allowing guests to enjoy breathtaking views of the city as they dine on savory dishes full of local ingredients created exclusively for SkyCity by culinary wizard Chef Jeff Maxfield.
200 Roy St, 98109
Happy Hour all day Sunday and Monday and Tuesday-Saturday from 4:00pm-6:00pm. $2 Rainier, $3 wells, $4 specialty cocktails and $1 off all beer and wine. Solo's menu features conscientiously sourced & housemade foods with natural and sustainable ingredients.
10 Mercer St, 98109
World class cuisine meets neighborhood scene. Flavorful artfully presented foods, classic cocktails and an award winning wine list served by a professional staff in this Queen Anne neighborhood dinner house.
AMC Pacific Place
1007 1st Ave, 98104
Bookstore Bar & Café at the Alexis Hotel is a delight for bibliophiles and foodies alike. Among the brick walls and shelves lined with books and bottles, you’ll find contemporary cuisine and one of the largest selections of scotch and whiskey around — everything you need to eat, drink, read and be merry.
600 Pine St, 98101
This award-winning restaurant offers an authentic and unique Italian dining experience. Enjoy rotisserie and grilled meats; house made and imported pastas; brick-oven pizzas; fresh salads and house made soups; antipasti and a wide variety of desserts made daily from scratch.
600 Union St, 98101
Loulay marries the French influence of Chef Thierry Rautureau's upbringing with modern twist and sensibility to provide an accessible dining experience for everyone, highlighting the freshness of local and seasonal ingredients following the Chef In The Hat tradition.
1101 4th Ave, 98101
From Chef Jason McClure's wonderfully imaginative menus - which marry the Pacific Northwest's bold flavors with pinches of this and tastes of that from the South - to the spacious, cliché-free interior that proffers genuinely open arms, downtown's Sazerac is truly a restaurant and bar like no other.
1200 Third Ave, 98101
Sweet Iron waffles are a magical treat, made to order, pressed with their cast-iron Belgian waffle irons, and created with only the best organic, local and all natural ingredients.
Capitol Hill - Broadway
Egyptian Theatre & Harvard Exit
1111 E Pike St, 98122
Cupcake Royale is Seattle's first Cupcake Bakery and offers delicious made-from-scratch cupcakes with natural, fresh and local ingredients. Check out their new line of homemade ice cream inspired by their bakery!
2719 E Madison St, 98122
Eltana provides a deliciously different hand-rolled, honey-water boiled, wood-fired bagel. Eltana bagels are accompanied by Mediterranean inspired street food, brought to you with flair, warmth and soul.
1538 12th Ave, 98122
Essential Baking Company bakes organic artisan breads, pastries and desserts daily. Visit their cafe for fresh-made sandwiches, salads, soups and crepes, along with organic and fair-trade coffee and tea.
926 12th Ave, 98122
Lark offers a warm dining experience with a menu featuring small plates of locally-produced and organic cheese, charcuterie, vegetables, grains, fish, and meats, all prepared with a signature focus on flavor and quality.
1419 12th Ave, 98122
Manhattan Seattle serves delicious steaks, southern inspired dishes and craft cocktails to satisfy your cravings. Serving Lunch, Dinner and Happy Hour Daily, Brunch on Saturday & Sunday.
622 Broadway E, 98102
Poppy's menu borrows the idea of the "thali" to present Chef Jerry Traunfeld's own style of northwest cooking, highlighting seasonal ingredients, fresh herbs, and spices. It's a modern northwest tasting menu served all at once.
1000 E Pike St, 98122
Authentic Mexican cuisine presented with the benefit of wonderful Northwest sourcing is the focus at Poquitos. Sample handmade tortillas, guacamole made-to-order, traditional sauces and entree presentations, and wash it all down with a margarita made only with 100% blue agave tequila and fresh citrus juices.
1124 Pike St, 98101
Starbucks has partnered with Seattle chef, Tom Douglas, to create a menu inspired by the rotating collection of rare ReserveTM coffees roasted, scooped and served at this one-of-a-kind location. Enjoy a coffee, salad or sandwich in the café or a seasonal pizza in the adjoining Serious Pie while watching coffee small-batch roast to perfection.
719 E Pike St, 98122
Named after the 1905 apartment building in which it resides, Saint John's brings affordable, unpretentious food and drink to Capitol Hill's Pike/Pine corridor. Neighborhood favorites include the St. John's Burger served with duck fat yukon potatoes, a pan-seared trout fillet and the John Cobb Salad.
3516 Fremont Pl N, 98103
Pel'meni Dumpling Tzar takes an old Russian favorite and adds their own local twist, using eggnoodle and a mix of herbs and spices. Filled with beef or potato, they are topped with a variety of curry, hot sauces, cilantro, and sour cream.
5411 Ballard Ave NW, 98107
Named after the Tuscan hilltop town where Chef Curtis and his wife married in 2004, Volterra features the bold-flavored, Tuscan-inspired menu showcasing his innovative style applied to the bountiful harvest of the Pacific Northwest.