2576 Aurora Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109 Directions
Canlis built by Peter Canlis and architect Roland Terry in 1950; brothers Mark and Brian Canlis presently run the milestone property. Three generations of the Canlis family have embraced visitors to Seattle's most recognized and celebrated establishment. It has three separate rooms, each with floor-to-ceiling glasses that gives extensive views of the city, Lake Union and the Cascade mountains beyond. Their private rooms range in capacity, accommodating from 2 to 100 visitors, and they gladly welcome rehearsal dinners, wedding receptions, family reunions, anniversary parties, business banquets, and board gatherings. Canlis' delivery drivers, will appear within one hour of the time you have chosen, for example, if you picked a 3 pm meal they will come between 3 pm and 4 pm; so you can get everything from your cravings needs.
Lightly Cured Halibut, Lightly Poached Oysters, Steak Tartare, Sunchoke, Canlis Salad, Hagia Rice, Sea Urchin Ravioli, Rabbit, Malted Pancake, Asparagus, Chewy Carrots, Sea Bream, Lamb, Pork, Ribeye, Rhubarb, Manchego Curado, Soufflè, Chicory, Foie Gras, Corn Dog, Grilled Corn on the Cob, French Fries, Chicken Wings, Caviar & Wagyu Teriyaki Skewers
Price: Starts from $4
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1519 Pike Place, Seattle, WA 98101 Directions
Lowell's Restaurant family has been assisting the public for close to 100 years. It remarkably has three floors of accommodation, all giving world-class scenes of the Olympic Mountains, the boats crossing Puget Sound, and a seagull's way of the Port of Seattle. On the first and third floors, you reserve first with the cashier/barista and then find a view seat, and your meal will follow you quickly. The second floor, "View Lounge," gives legendary "sit down" table setting as well as a full bar variety of unique handmade cocktails, microbrews, and wine. Lowell's Restaurant proud to be the destination conference spot of locals gathering to go out elsewhere, and business travelers utilize their relaxed, centrally located lunch location. Their three floors seated up to 150 guests have a fabulous degree of flexibility. You will find here for large portions of delicious food, affordable prices, a helpful, attentive team, a full-service bar, and an incomparable environment.
Starters, Dungeness Crab Cocktail, Crab Cakes, Calamari Strips, Salmon-Potato Croquettes, Chicken Breast Fingers, Northwest Steamer Clams, Grilled Market Vegetable Panzanella, Market Seafood Salad, Grilled Chicken Breast, and Sliced Washington Apples Salad, Grilled Rustic Tuna Melt, Braised Beef Brisket Dip, Entrées, Cocktails & Wines
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PORTAGE BAY CAFE
4130 Roosevelt Way North East, Seattle, WA 98105 Directions
Portage Bay Cafe is a comfortable and casual American cuisine establishment. It has a carefree dining space to experience for every neighborhood and foreign patron. Portage Bay Cafe's outstanding cuisine and cocktails fuse the exotic with the incredible, which always built with their happy twist. Their large party platters are an excellent option for gatherings, office gatherings, and events, and come with everything, and you need to set up a complete buffet effortlessly. The hard-working restaurant team serves regional, organic, sustainable breakfast, lunch, and brunch in Seattle communities and is satisfied even with the big city cuisine tasters. Their innovative menu is served up with unique quality and texture, and a spot is still dedicated to maintaining its neighbors, friends, and clients happy.
Flank Steak Salad, Greens+Grains, West Coast Benedict, Green Mole Burrito, Swedish Pancakes, Burrata, and Smoked Salmon Salad, Portage Bay Buddha Bowl, Veggie Schwarma, South Pacific Chicken Wrap, Avocado Toast with Dungeness Crab, Cuban Sandwich, Bacon and Bleu Cheeseburger, Rib Eye Dip, Classic French Toast, Joe’s Scramble & Goat Cheese Omelette
Price: Starts from $3.50