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THE 5 POINT CAFE— Amer­i­can. This dive bar and diner is one of the old­est wa­ter­ing holes in Bell­town, orig­i­nally opened in 1929. En­joy hearty, rea­son­ably priced fare at this laid-back eatery 24 hours a day, seven days a week. www.the5­point­ 415 Cedar St., 206.448.9991. $ Map 1 D5 PALACE KITCHEN— North­west. Try Idaho trout cooked on an ap­ple­wood ro­tis­serie grill or hand­made ravi­oli at this pop­u­lar spot from celebrity chef Tom Dou­glas. D only. www.tom­dou­ 2030 Fifth Ave., 206.448.2001. $$ Map 1 E6 SHIRO’S— Sushi. Try to grab a seat at the bar (if you’re lucky) and en­joy the fresh­est in top-notch fish, from the North­west and be­yond. D only. www.shi­ 2401 Sec­ond Ave., 206.443.9844. $$ Map 1 D6 TAVOLATA— Ital­ian. Cel­e­brated Seat­tle chef Ethan Stow­ell’s Ital­ian res­tau­rant is a large mod­ern space cen­tered on a beau­ti­ful wooden com­mu­nal table that serves up de­lec­ta­ble house­made pasta. www. ethanstow­ell­restau­ 2323 Sec­ond Ave., 206.838.8008. $$$$ Map 1 D7

UMI SAKE HOUSE— Ja­panese. With more than 45 kinds of saké and a menu that in­cludes sushi, crispy cala­mari and oc­to­pus carpac­cio, Umi (”ocean” in Ja­panese) of­fers a laid-back space in which to un­wind and in­dulge. D only. www.umisake­ 2230 First Ave., 206.374.8717. $$ Map 1 D7

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