If you want to eat steak and drink big red wine in Seattle, this is the place. The list is stacked with Bordeaux, Burgundy, Rhône, California, Spain, Piedmont, Tuscany and Australia, along with a legion of champagnes to wash them down. Refreshingly, all of your slick, waiting-list-only producers are here next to sommelier darlings like Allemand, Heitz, López de Heredia and Produttori del Barbaresco.
What to drink: Something with a lot of tannin for that Porterhouse. The Rhône red section is always a good bet.
Known for: full menu, vintage wine, champagne
Pro-tip: Order some oysters to take advantage of the softly priced white Burgundy selection.