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November 19, 2014 at 3:21 PM

Where the New York Times wants you to eat, play in Seattle weekend

The Windward restaurant on north Lake Union, one of the Seattle restaurants singled out in the New York Times.  (Ken Lambert photo / Seattle Times file photo)

The Westward restaurant on north Lake Union, one of the Seattle restaurants singled out in the New York Times. (Ken Lambert photo / Seattle Times file photo)

The New York Times is telling its world of readers where to eat and play in a weekend in Seattle.

The article and video, one of the newspaper’s popular 36-hours-in-a-city travel series, highlights Pioneer Square restaurants (hello Matt Dillon)  and Lake Union’s wildly popular Westward, among others.

Beyond eating, “36 hours in Seattle” steers visitors to the Great Wheel, Chilhuly Garden and Glass, and  the Frye and Wing Luke  museums.

Did it get it right? Or what’s missing? Where would you tell people to go?

Here’s The New York Times’ video with the story:

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