Free Dahlia Bakery Bread and Spreads Appetizer
Fresh baked Dahlia Bakery Bread served warm with three seasonal spreads and dips featuring produce and herbs from our farm in Prosser Washington
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Valid For: 1 - 20 people
Starts: January 28, 2019
Ends: January 29, 2118
Availability: Daily 5:00PM-5:45PM 7:45PM-9:00PM
Valentine's Day Special Menus & More
Chef Brock Johnson will be adding fun celebratory dishes in addition to our fabulous menu. Make reservations early for the most romantic place in Seattle. Happy Valentines Lovers
Thursday, February 14, 2019
Food was good but way more expensive. Tipping is a mandatory 20%. Our waiter was good but he didn't really manage our dining. He took our order and then basically disappeared until it was time to solicit for desserts. Food servers brought entrees while we still hadn't finished appetizers. Very awkward as they expected us to clear our plates to accommodate their placing our entrees on the table. I always expect the waiter to manage the dining experience and it didn't appear that this restaurant is set up for that. And one of my top peeves ... servers started clearing plates before everyone at table was finished. I just found the service to be shoddy and not worthy of an automatic 20%.
This is probably my favorite Seattle restaurant. The menu never looks all that appealing, but the execution is always flawless. I've never had anything that I didn't absolutely love.
It has been some time since I've dined at the Dahlia Lounge and selected this restaurant as it is walkable to the Moore Theater. My niece and I shared a lovely bottle of French Rose while we enjoyed a lovely meal with great service. Starting with the Alaskan Scallops prepared with pears, arugula and sun choke chips, then splitting the prime rib and substituted the mashed potatoes for the new boiled potatoes. Absolutely fantastic, yet the gem of the night was the desert. Kumquats, lovely sauce with a meringue topped with slices of grapefruit - light as air and perfectly balanced.
Great time at Dahlia Lounge. Their host was very accommodating when we needed to adjust our reservation. Food was excellent and well priced!
Great food and great service. Perfect place if you're going to the Moore Theater.
Great food. Good atmosphere for business discussions.
it was too expensive in that their food quality was really not special at all.
We are vegetarian, and my frustration is the menu changes that vary the number of potential choices for us. When I made the reservation, I checked the on- line menu and there were lots of vegetable side dishes, appetizers and two entrees for us to choose from. When we arrived, we still had two entrees, but other choices had markedly dwindled. We have eaten there in the past and had much fun trying a variety of things among us- this time, we all had to order the same thing because that was all that worked for us. Being aware of this problem, a restaurateur can try to make side dishes and appetizers veg friendly by structuring the dish in a way that the meat can be left out and still enjoyed.
Dahlia is our go to restaurant for special occasions. It was our daughters 12th birthday and we made a reservation in advance on Open Table and requested a booth and mentioned that we were celebrating a birthday. When we arrived at our reservation time, we were told by the hostess that they did not save a booth for us because they had so many walk-in customers and they didn't want to say no to their requests. We were in shock that they would prioritize customers that walked in over those that made reservations! There was one booth left but we were told that it was reserved for Tom Douglas' friends. Funny, that they didn't give that booth to another customer.
Anyway, we decided to wait for a booth and were seated after 15 mins. We had a fantastic waiter and the service was perfect which almost made up for the horrible hostess. The food was very good and the donuts with the spreads were a hit as always, especially with a candle in them for my daughters birthday.
Overall, despite the booth situation, it was wonderful meal and evening.
Very nice ambience, service and food. The service was great, should probably order more appetizers than normal if you are sharing (small), entrees were good but maybe not their best night, the Tom Douglas standby desserts were great (made to order donuts and triple coconut cream pie)......overall a good experience.
Great food! Watch out for the 20% gratuity automatically included in your bill, especially if you like expensive bottles of wine. Never understood why high-end restaurants don't just charge a flat fee for opening up a bottle of wine, regardless of price of the wine. Seems crazy to pay $20 trip to open up a $100 bottle of wine, let alone $40 for a $200 bottle of wine.
The cod was amazing!
Food was okay. Pork chop over done. Service was excellent. Ambiance was very nice.
Great food, service, ambiance. As usual.
I’ve been here before on a business trip. I returned for dinner (but really dessert). The coconut cream pie is amazing. The grapefruit pavlova was brilliant.
Dennis and I had a most memorable evening. Our server was Maureen. Not only friendly, professional bot great suggestions for dishes. At her suggestion we share the winter green salad with persimmons, main course crab cakes and then the pear tart with baileys ice cream. What a fabulous meal. This was after our evening with the Hot Stoves Society New Year’s Eve extravaganza.
What a treat. Two nights in a row.
Had a chayotes quickly speak with the kitchen. Can’t say enough about the talented staff.
Eggs Benedict was cold, breakfast potatoes were hard, scramble with goat cheese was flavorless. Even some salt and pepper would have helped. All of it was unloved and not what I would expect from a Tom Douglas restaurant.
I’ve eaten at this restaurant several times for dinner and the food has been great.
Excellent food, great service. We always enjoy our dining experience at Dahlia Lounge.
Best meal I've had all year—great way to spend New Year's Eve!!!
Fantastic holiday menu!!!! Great service. Thank you for helping us ring in 2019 the right way!
Super great New Year's dinner such a great time. We look forward to going back!
Food was incredible, service exceptional. Will definitely be back.
Great food, great service...what else can you say. Highly recommend.
Incredible cuisine, wonderful service, exquisite ambiance.
The food was amazing, and the staff was very friendly. We would definitely return.
Amazing meal to end the year with. Service and food were exceptional.
It was a quiet afternoon on new year's eve but food and service were good. I would go back.
Great food, interesting menu. Staff was very accommodating when we showed up with an extra person.
Dahlia Lounge has been a steady favorite of mine for more than 15 years. However, my most recent visits have been sub-par of my expectations from historical levels. The level of service is declining, as too is the food innovation/quality. I feel as though the name-brand value of the restaurant is allowing them to just provide only adequate service/quality.
Specific to my most recent visit (which was a celebration), the host staff friendliness was meagerly welcoming. The server was good, but felt like they devoted only the minimal amount of time to us (i.e. too busy). Maybe it's the 'mandatory' 20% service charge they collect which has made the staff 'lazy.'
Too many other Seattle restaurants which provide better service levels and quality food, for lower prices. I'm not giving up on you Dahlia Lounge, but I wish you would win me back.
I have lived in Seattle for 30+ years that Friday was my first time at the Dahlia Lounge. My mistake is waiting so long. Loved the décor, and the style inside throughout. The food was great, the wine suggestion from Alexander our waiter was perfect.
I will be back.
There is a reason why this restaurant has been around and has the reputation it does. An amazing find on our part, one that begged the question "why did we not find this place in previous visits." Heck, I lived in and worked in the area, years previous, and never paid attention.
Anyhow, an excellent choice and an excellent meal. Service was tight and friendly. The decor kept our attention, with interesting features throughout. The menu was current, well described and would meet most 'choice differences.' We opted for a tasty short rib dish and black cod, with a shared browned butter cauliflower side. We skipped dessert, but the server gave my wife a cookie for her birthday, from their bakery next door. Portions were spot-on. Price, within the ballpark of restaurants of this caliber. All in all, a great birthday dinner.
Service quality is still very high. Short rib and crab cakes both excellent. Its pricey but very good.
Always return to Dahlia Lounge...the service and quality of food never disappoint.
We needed a special pre-holiday meal, so Sunday brunch here was perfect. Traffic and parking were easy, we got to see the decorated downtown outdoor trees, and you cannot beat crab cakes, mimosas and beignets at the Dahlia for getting in the Christmas spirit. We topped it off with a stop at the Dahlia bakery, next door, for a pie and some dog treats for friends.
I have been dining at the Dahlia Lounge since the days of the old location near 4th and Stewart. While that venue was a little more intimate, the quality in the newer location is consistent and the food just as stellar. I'm a big fan of Tom Douglas restaurants and always have great service and excellent food. This latest visit was for Sunday brunch to celebrate Christmas with my daughter. We had a wonderful time and the staff always makes it feel like a very special experience. I recommend the Benedict and my daughter's french toast was also to her satisfaction.
Crab cakes and salmon worth multiple visits.
Food was fantastic! Service warm & friendly. We will go back.
Prompt service, imaginative cocktails and very delicious dinner. I eat here every time I visit Seattle and it’s consistently excellent.
We have been to Dahlia for Saturday Brunch a half dozen times and this time everything just seemed blah.
The food was not as special, it wasn't bad but not as delish as usual and the service was mediocre compared to the high touch friendly service we normally get. I get it, it was the weekend before Christmas, but it was kind of a disappointment after months of being able to rely on a good Saturday Brunch spot.
We always enjoy the Dahlia Lounge and realized we are usually at a weekday lunch or a dinner. We had not known there is a brunch menu on Saturdays. Maybe next time but we were set on having seafood in Seattle. Our main dishes were crabcakes (a specialty of the restaurant) and salmon and they were as wonderful as ever. Then we left room to share a slice of the coconut cream pie with white chocolate shavings. A bonus was being able to purchase a loaf of bread from the Dahlia Bakery next door.