It's a national chain with an appealingly regional cast to its oxblood opulence, from its location in the historic Cobb Building, dead-center downtown, to its lush gilt-framed portraits of historic Seattle figures. It's also a pretty good steakhouse; the only in town to dry age its own beef on premise. The steak is fine (though we preferred the natural textures of the wet-aged beef) but the usual-suspect side orders are even better—salads with bacon, rich potato dishes, great appetizers (meaty lobster-and-crab cakes, a wonderful peppery calamari), and don't-miss desserts. And if the copious staff is sometimes less than informed, it is never less than stunningly choreographed. Valet parking is complimentary evenings only.
1301 Fourth Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
- Mon–Thu 11:30–3, 5–10
Fri 11:30–3, 5–11
Please Note: Before making plans, please call ahead with the establishment to verify that this information is still accurate.
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