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Old 02-19-2013, 07:00 PM   #17
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The problem with "which one is best of these 4" is that you'll probably get every possible combination as responses. So here are mine:

1. Flying Fish: one of my favorite DP places. Always had good meals; sometimes even great. Creative, chef-driven food and a great wine program. Somewhat casual-feeling for a Signature spot (just in ambiance), but that's not really a drawback for me.

2. Citrico's: One of the most upscale DP places. I've had excellent meals, except for one entree that was seriously flawed and inedible. Probably just a fluke. I don't find the flavor profiles to be particularly exciting, but that is just personal preference. Excellent service.

3. Artist Point: I like their take on Pacific NW food, but sometimes the execution suffers a bit. Not in my normal "dining rotation," but it's certainly not on my blacklist. Good, but not great.

4. Yachtsman: Lower mid-level steakhouse fare. Below the national names like Morton's, Ruth's Chris, Shula's, etc., and not even in the same universe as the top-tier spots. I actually like their non-steak food better. I know many people love YS, but it makes me wonder what their steakhouse benchmarks are. The steaks at YS seem merely like "good grocery store meat."
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