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Where to Eat at Safeco Field | Seattle's Best Outdoor Dining and Drinking

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Brimmer & Heeltap patio
Brimmer & Heeltap patio
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SODO—The Seattle Mariners made their home debut on April 8, and there are plenty more games to come. If you're visiting Safeco for an M's game, you can settle into your seat with a hot dog and a cask-conditioned beer. In the food and drink department, restaurateur Ethan Stowell continues to up Safeco's game, bringing in ever more local producers so the concessions at the stadium reflect the quality food movement happening everywhere in the city. Few ballparks in the country are competing at this level. Here's a full list of where to eat and drink

WHITE CENTER—Brian O'Connor, formerly of Skillet and Roux, is opening two places of his own in White Center: Same Same Noodle Bar will have plenty of Asian noodle offerings along with a bit of Italian influence, too. O'Connor is also planning Bok a Bok, which will combine Korean Fried Chicken and biscuits. Both are exciting additions to a neighborhood with plenty of great but unsung food and drink offerings. 

EATER MAPS—€”The Pacific Northwest has basically skipped spring and launched straight into summer, and in Seattle, that means restaurants and bars are breaking out the patio furniture. Time to shed the long sleeves and soak up some Vitamin D while the sun is showing her sweet face. If you're headed to Seattle, here's where to drink and dine al fresco right now.

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