A signature restaurant of the Edgewater Hotel (The), Six Seven combines Pacific Northwest cuisine with contemporary Pan-Asian and American influences. Chef Hans Reisinger's elegant preparations are flavored with fresh Northwestern ingredients, reflecting his years of international culinary experience. Try the Six Seven Crab Cakes with avocado salad for starters, and the classic wood-roasted chicken, goat cheese dumplings, or Ivory Forest mushroom sautee for your main course. The Forest Room, a private dining room, holds a maximum of 32 people and can be booked for special occasions and private parties. Treat your eyes to the wonderful view of Elliot Bay, and your taste buds to some truly exotic dishes— it will prove an unforgettable experience.
Historic Panama Hotel Tea & Cofee House serves some of the best tea and coffee in all of Seattle. Located in the Historic Panama Hotel Bed and Breakfast, this tea house has amazing drinks matched with great snacks. The hardwood floor and cozy furniture makes a warm ambiance. This intimate retreat also has free wireless internet.
Prefer dining in style? Begin at this acclaimed restaurant in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. The open dining room has tall dressed windows, linen-topped tables and high ceilings with sparkling chandeliers. Starters include spiced foie gras and Northwest raw oysters. Signature entrees include smoked salmon with creme fraîche, dungeness crab and apple sauce. The restaurant also features a full bar and live entertainment on Fridays and Saturdays.
Located in the opulent Hotel Max, Miller’s Guild serves some really appetizing meat delicacies. Charismatic interiors create a beautiful ambiance, which seems perfect for an occasional dinner. Making use of nose-to-tail meat, celebrated chef Jason Wilson, crafts some delicate and flavorful recipes, that please even the most discerning palettes. Built around a wood-fired grill, this restaurant presents a wide variety of contemporary American dishes along with classic cocktails and beverages. Wild Alaskan King Salmon for appetizers, Pork Belly & Roasted Grits for mains, while Spiced Pear & Mixed Berry Crumble for desserts remain to be the most heavenly dishes on their menu. Call ahead for reservations.
Located in the Cedarbrook Lodge on 36th Avenue, Copperleaf is a spacious restaurant overlooking the stunning landscape views. The restaurant patio has a few tables with an umbrella covering each of them, so you can choose to sit on the patio and feel close to nature while dining. Try some of their potato soup, which will be soothing on a cool evening, and more entrees and starters on offer. The ingredients used in preparing the dishes are sourced locally. Call ahead to make a reservation and check website for details.
Located in the beautiful Mayflower Park Hotel downtown, this sleek trendy restaurant called Andaluca has dark walls, dim lights and sparkling wood floors that evoke a feeling of romance. The Mediterranean menu features only the freshest ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. Full entrees include Italian Benedict, fresh fruit muesli and hazelnut waffles.
Located in the stunning W Seattle hotel, this luxurious restaurant serves a delectable fare of contemporary American cuisine, along with a huge variety of sushi. Apart from being a restaurant, it also has a full bar, with happy hours and other discounts, for guests of the hotel, as well as outsiders. Located in the Central Business District of Seattle, it sees mostly a rich and upscale crowd, who come to celebrate over food and wine. The modern and chic ambiance of Trace, is truly striking, while its interiors are made in a fashionable sense of style. The food is gorgeous, with dishes like Kasu Black Cod, Taylor Shellfish Oysters, Moriawase Sushi Platter and Smoked Salmon Bagel being the stand-outs. A whole list of desserts are available, to end your luscious meal on a sweet note. Reservations are recommended.
Located at Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle, Outlier serves delectable victuals in grand banquet menu laid out with style and class. The refined and chic interiors give off a classy without coming across as too formal and its well-crafted menu that boasts a delicious selection of New American cuisine brings to the table an awe-inspiring dining experience. Gorge a soulful dinner in well-chosen combination complemented with a line of fresh;y prepared, craft cocktails. You can also take a seat at their beautiful outdoor and relax by the fire pit while enjoying beautiful views of verdant surroundings, This restaurant invites reservations for private dining.
Located in The Arctic Club Seattle, Juno sets a quaint ambiance away from the busy city life. Enjoy some simple food options like Mussels Romesco, Seasonal Raviolli, Salmon and Spinach Salad and more in the sophisticated setting. The bar is equipped with a decent collection of beers and wines that go well with your appetizing meal. They have an happy hour, check the happy hour timings and menu on the website. JUNO is open to hosting your next private event, call ahead for more information.
As the name suggests, oysters are the focus of this downtown restaurant called Shuckers, located in the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. Twelve local varieties of oysters are available in single servings, by the half dozen and by the dozen. The restaurant has dark wood and a high ceiling, similar to a traditional pub, and dress is fairly casual. Highlights of the menu include oyster delicacies and Garlic and Rosemary Roasted Dungeness Crab with Baby Yellow Fin Potatoes. Many other non-seafood favorites are offered as well.
Located in the main lobby of the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, The Terrace provides great ambiance to enjoy your meals. It is a very elegant Piano bar which offers exotic martinis, champagnes, coffees and cocktails that perfectly complement the menu which includes 'BBQ Pork and Lobster Spring Rolls' and 'Thai Crusted Chicken and 'Pork Dumplings on Sugar Cane Sticks' to name a few. Organic Martinis and Dry Soda with aromatic flavors are a must try. You can also enjoy some live piano music during cocktail hours.