Seattle’s historical heart, Pioneer Square, has gone from dodgy to delicious thanks to a slew of restaurant openings. One of the tastiest, and prettiest, is Bar Sajor--helmed by James Beard 2012 NW award-winner Chef Matt Dillon. A farm-dweller and avid forager, Dillon is beloved for his eclectic, locavore cooking, which shines in Bar Sajor’s wood-fire-only kitchen. Savor a Mediterranean-inflected menu--smoked yogurt, charred eggplant, and Chuléton de Buey, Spanish-style steak. The gorgeous space--zinc bar, white-washed walls, soaring windows—compliment the equally beautiful plating.