Ravco saidThe Eagle: Daddy bar
The Eagle closed years ago. Most daddy-type stuff happens at JJ's.
As for restaurants, saucecafe.com
has a lot of reviews and listings; you can sort by neighborhood, cuisine, price range, etc. Not sure what you like, but if you see something that interests you then I'll be happy to offer my thoughts on the place. (Mokabe's is good coffee, and they have a great spread for brunch on Sundays, but if you're there Pride weekend [June 23-24] then it's going to be incredibly crowded and a little tough to get to.)
City Museum is a must-see. Just fucking go; you'll thank me later. www.citymuseum.org
Forest Park and the Arch are good, transit-friendly, places to go. The park contains the zoo and the art, history, and science museums, all of which are free, along with the usual set of running/biking trails and athletic fields; they're also starting to mark Olympic sites in the park. You can go to the top of the Arch, but if that isn't an option then you should still go stand underneath and look up. There's also an excellent museum below the Arch that covers the westward expansion of the United States.