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I have held a couple of business meetings with a group of five in the last few months at Tribeca. The food is great - though mostly comfort centric. The location is super convenient to the theater/finance district and the ambience is great for business discussion. Nice wine and cocktail selection as well. The servers are highly experienced and among the best I've met. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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It was our 40th wedding anniversary, and we needed a special place to have dinner. Sam Martin was everything I had hoped for. The food was as good as I have ever eaten. A bit $$ but well worth it! Crab cakes were small and few (on the appetizer menu) , but ooh so good. My stake was done to perfection. We will go to San Martin again! --Larry D. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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A fast-paced, high-energy restaurant serving fresh Northwest seafood in casual and fun preparations. It's a perfect spot for the whole family, and is located adjacent to the Vashon ferry terminal, just below the Point Defiance Zoo. Twenty-foot high dormer windows provide an expansive 280° view of Vashon Island, Mount Rainier and local boating activity.More
Steakhouse and Sushi Located in Lincoln Square South Tower.
For parties of 11 or more, we invite you to contact our private dining manager, Rachel Lloyd, at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your reservation or fill out an inquiry at https://www.ascendprime.com/request-an-event/.
We happily open bottles for $10 per person per 750ml bottle. There is a three bottle limit, and we request the wine you bring is not on our list.More
Our bartenders build traditional ideas into modern offerings with unique ingredients and methods. A contemporary, exploratory style inspires our technique and results in cocktails that are always distinctive. Our South American inspired menu maintains the familiarity of the Pacific Northwest with a focus on local, sustainable products. Our chefs create dishes that complement our drinks to form a single, cohesive culinary experience.
Building community inside our space is important to us, but so is the community just outside our doors. We chose Pioneer Square because of each team member’s close bond with the neighborhood through years of working, socializing and living here.More
Inspired by the Jamestown S’Klallam tribe’s immemorial connection to our local waterways and the bounty they provide, The House of Seven Brothers will feature locally-sourced seafood, produce, and protein from fisherman, farmers, and ranchers across the Olympic Peninsula. Serving fresh local seafood—some of which coming straight out of Sequim Bay—high-quality beef, and contemporary dishes prepared with our own unique twist. The House of Seven Brothers is inspired by a traditional Clallam story and is the next step in our continual effort to building the future while restoring the past.More
Welcome to Burgundian, the ideal please to bask in the pleasures of the palate and ease the mind.
Our menu will satiate any appetite. Whether seeking brunch, small plates, dinner or just cocktails, our medley of indulgences invites you to stay for more. Burgundian has 22 rotating craft beers and ciders on draft, a refined selection of Whiskeys, Bourbons, Tequilas and Mezcals, and a list of house craft cocktails, as well as some classics, though our experienced bartenders are happy to make whatever our extensive bar can accommodate. Burgundian features Power Hour daily from 3 to 6 pm, Dinner from 6-close, and Brunch on the weekends. The kitchen serves food until 10pm Sunday through Thursday, and 11pm Friday and Saturday.
The iconic city tucked inside the Pacific northwest coast does see a lot of rain, but when the sun shines on Seattle, it dazzles. Don’t miss the chance to dine at one of the many waterfront restaurants serving oysters and Pacific-caught seafood. Take a stroll downtown and wander in and out of bookshops and bakeries. Arguably the birthplace of American coffee culture, there’s hardly a better place to enjoy leisurely lattes accompanied by hours of computing and the occasional pen and paper sketch.