The Seattle location of the Capital Grille puts a distinctly local spin on the Grille’s successful steakhouse formula. Painted portraits of famous Seattleites line the walls, and the restaurant is located in the historic Cobb building. Steak lovers are recommended the dry-aged porterhouse, or, for a more adventurous feel, the coffee-rubbed, butter-topped sirloin. For sides, the lobster mac-and-cheese along with a pair of truffled favorites – fries on the one hand, deviled eggs on the other – make a solid trio of selections. And don’t forget the wine list, with a generous selection of high quality vino at hand.