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Conveniently located in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, not five minutes from downtown Seattle, Crow is blocks from Seattle Center and its myriad of attractions (Seattle Opera, theatres, concerts, sports, etc.). Our unique urban location combines a vibrant yet neighborhood atmosphere. We have a chef's counter and full dining room with a private dining area reservable for up to 30 people. We have a full bar and an international wine list recognized for its exceptional values. Reservations are recommended.
Seattle, WA 98109
Contemporary American, Modern European, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
Dinner: Sunday and Monday: 4:30pm - 9:00pm, Tuesday - Thursday: 4:30pm - 10:00pm, Friday and Saturday: 4:30pm - 11:00pm.
$30 and under
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
Private Party Facilities:
Our Private Dining Area can accommodate up to 30 seated guests and can be separated from the main dining room by a large red velvet curtain.
Private Party Contact:
Philip Van Seters: (206) 283-8800
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Crow Ratings and Reviews
Have enjoyed eating at Crow several times this past month. Staying in the neighborhood, this is the best place around. Friendly, low key, really delicious, high quality meals. It's a small menu that covers a range of proteins and somewhat limited veg options, but as an omnivore there was plenty to choose from. After a few visits, I have tried just about everything on the menu and did not find a dish I didn't like. As a frequent diner, my only wish is that the specials would change more often. Same soup and fish option were on the specials menu all month. Maybe change it up a bit more frequently? A great neighborhood restaurant!
I don't get to Seattle often but when I do I make a point of getting to the Crow. Could not recommend this place any higher. Pan Roasted chicken is as good as anything anywhere. Lasagna is crazy good. The place has a very cool vibe and some very reasonably priced wine. Love this place and it never disappoints.
CROW received a 4.4 for "Restaurants close to Opera" and as we hadn't been in over a decade decided to go back with friends before the show.
It wasn't bad, it was decent, the service was decent, the menu selection was decent (uninspired, I doubt it's been changed in years) but given the lack of ambience, the loud atmosphere from the dark, bare walls, and the suppressing heat on a Wednesday pre-evening at 5PM...it was just, well, decent. I think 4.4 is a point too high at least, but a 3.5 would be "decent". Spent close to $500 for 4 entrees, 2 appetizers, 4 cocktails, an iced tea and a $50 bottle of wine plus a 20% gratuity.
Inspire the menu and get a fan to circulate the air and we'll come back!
Dinner was good. I had the gnocchi which was delicious and kept well. The Caprese salad was also just right. The potato cakes were good. Corn cake started off well at the beginning of the bite with the promise of cornbread and then went into a disappointing direction. Pork was excellent. Friendly service. Recommend.
Love this place but unfortunately we went during the Seattle heat wave and it's not air conditioned. Would have selected another dining option if we'd known. Hard to enjoy a lovely meal when it's very hot and there is no air movement. They should probably have added fans or something . Food was excellent and service even better, however.
Hubby and I ate here because it had good reviews and was right down the street from our hotel. As others had suggested, I had the lasagna, which was quite good. My husband had the pork tenderloin and he raved about the combination of cherries and haricots verts. The service was attentive without being intrusive. The ONLY qualm I had was that I was charged for bread and butter. I have never been served lasagna without bread and butter. How else is one supposed to soak up the remaining sauce and cheese? Other than that, it was lovely.
My second visit. Good, changing selection of drinks. Good service, didn't mind that we wanted to go slow - even on a Friday evening. Asked if we were going to a show - just to see if we needed faster service. I liked that. I didn't have the lasagne, but the two members of my party who did said it was the best they had ever had!
This has been a go-to favorite place for quite a few years now. Never had a bad meal yet, the menu is always interesting and varied. The place has a nice feel and a wine list full of well chosen moderately priced options. In a little off-the beaten path location, but well worth finding!
Very nice atmosphere for a casual dinner. We were seated immediately (we did have reservations) and our server was quick with the specials and our wine order.
Menu is small, with a great variety of salad, sides and entrees as well as shareable.
We had the cheese plate and would absolutely order it again. Pork loin was generous, as was the chicken. Smashed potato side was big enough for 2 or 3 diners.
Too full for dessert but, we'll be back!
The emphasis is fresh and local, but the menu is eclectic, leaning toward comfort foods. We had very good gnocchi, salmon potato cakes. I've been here a few times and would love to see more starters, shareables and specials on the menu, which is fairly limited.
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