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This New York-style steak house is often rated among the top 10 steak houses in the United States. Known simply as "The Met," this upscale eatery is a favorite with the downtown business crowd. With its high-backed, plush booths, brass railings and tiled floors, the comfortable dining room offers impeccable service. In addition to an extensive menu of pasta, seafood and steaks, the kitchen features tempting daily specials. For Scotch drinkers, the bar offers more than 22 varieties of single-malt Scotch. Be sure to try their signature Smoky Met martini.
The Capital Grille in Seattle is a fine steak and seafood restaurant. The well-staffed restaurant has paintings of famous local people adorning its walls. Part of a national chain, this place offers you an enjoyable steakhouse experience. The menu includes a range of appetizers, soups and salads, main course and seafood, all made from fresh ingredients. An extensive selection of wine is available.
Beautifully plated, contemporary fare is the talking point at The Brooklyn. Almost always buzzing with food lovers, it features sumptuous preparations of steak and seafood, served in a sophisticated yet warm environment. Scallops with Foie Gras, Steak Tartare and Oysters Rockefeller are some of the divine dishes on the ever-evolving menu. To complement the same, choose from a host of microbrews and cocktails - Holier Than Thou and Chrysanthemum being popular choices. If you're in the mood for something light, head to the oyster bar and sample one of 13 varieties, primarily from Washington and the Pacific Northwest, for a melt-in-your mouth moment like no other.
Recalling upper-crust New York in the 1940s, El Gaucho is not your typical relaxed Seattle restaurant. The waiters are tuxedoed, a piano plays in the background and candles flicker, shedding light over lots of dark wood inside the restaurant. Perfectly prepared steak and seafood dishes fill the menu. Order Chateaubriand for two, carved table side, or an Australian lobster tail. This establishment also includes a full bar.
Housed in a century old building that's a prominent historical landmark in Renton, Melrose Grill has gone through a number of incarnations ranging from a hotel cafe and saloon to a soda parlor in the course of its rich history. A fire in 1928 and numerous change of ownerships later, the Melrose can finally be said to be back to its former glory, winning rave accolades and a slew of awards with statewide acclaim. The interiors, though updated to modern standards makes no effort to let go of its past with blown up historic photographs adorning pretty much every wall. Subdued lighting sets a great mood for intimate dinners. The inspired steak menu, with choices in beef, pork, chicken and seafood will please even the most discerning of steak lovers. The wine list is particularly extensive and should have no difficulty catering to most tastes. Check website for more.
Classic American steakhouse takes a southern sojourn at this gem of a local restaurant that has been consistently delighting folks of the Gilman Village. Chef Cody Reaves’s comes up with a stunning array of flavors with his contemporary take on steaks featuring some great use of South American spices and ingredients. The same goes for their grilled seafood specialties as well. The inspired wine list with global influences won't disappoint even the most discerning of wine lovers. Whiskey lovers are in for a treat with the huge selection of no less than 200 varieties. The elegant dining room is suited for business lunches and family dinners alike with good facilities for holding private events. Head out to the outer deck for an excellent open-air dining experience.