Gary's Good Grub: Seattle Edition

For those of you who are attending the 2005 AAEP Convention or Horseman’s Day in Seattle, Wash., here are some dining recommendations for the trip from Gary Norwood, DVM.

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Top Food

  • Mistral (American and French); 113 Blanchard St.; 206/770-7799
  • Nishino (Japanese); 3130 E. Madison St.; 206/322-5800
  • The Herbfarm (American); 14590 N.E. 145th St.; 206/784-2222
  • Tosoni's (Continental); 14320 N.E. 20th St., Bellevue; 425/644-1668
  • The Harvest Vine (Spanish Basque, Spanish Tapas); 2701 E. Madison St.; 206/320-8771
  • Barking Frog (Wine-themed Northwest bistro); 14580 N.E. 145th St., Woodinville; 425/885-5888



Fun Steakhouses

  • Buenos Aires Grill (Argentinean); 2000 Second Ave.; 206/441-7076
  • Sam's Steakhouse (Steak, inexpensive); 2947 Eastlake Ave. E.; 206/957-7777
  • Impanema Brazilian Grill; 1225 First Ave.; 206/957-8444
  • Tempero do Brasil; (Brazilian, "exotic"); 5628 University Way N.E.; 206/523-6229
  • Ruth's Chris Steak House (Metropolitan); 800 Fifth St.; 206/624-8524
  • Morton's, The Steakhouse; 1511 Sixth Ave.; 206/223-0550
  • Union Square Grill; 621 Union St.; 206/224-4321


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About the Author

Rachael C. Turner

Rachael Turner is the former Photo and Newsletter Editor for The Horse. She is an avid event rider. Rachael's main focus is dressage and on training young horses with the proper foundation for success. She is also a member of the United States Dressage Federation and the United States Equestrian Federation. Her website is

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