Permanently Closed - Daily Grill - Seattle Sheraton
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Very good dinner at the Daily Grill. We were a little early for our 6:15 pm reservation and the hostess told us that our table was not ready. I found this a little odd as at 5:45 pm I did not expect the dining room to be full. I asked the hostess how long it would be as there were empty tables in the bar that I could see and happy hour specials are in the bar only. She didn't say a word but grabbed menus and showed us to a table in a half full dining room. Hostess didn't seem to enjoy her job. Table service was very good. Food was good. The large chicken pot pie was huge with a very nice crust but was molten hot could have been served in many diners that I have been to. My wife had the chowder and Caesar salad and was very happy. Other places that we go to prior to the theater have closed recently (Palomino, Gordon Bierish and Il Fronio). My hopes were higher for the Daily Grill.
Family Christmas dinner out planned at the last minute. Excellent service and food was great. Price was very reasonable under $30 per person. Very happy to have found a great place in the Sheraton Hotel. After dinner we wee able to see the Gingerbread Village display and enjoy holiday lights of downtown Seattle.
Nothing special. It was Christmas day, so maybe that was it. We have had much better success with Daily Grill in San Francisco and Newport Beach, although it's been a while. Seattle must have better than this for the money.
As discussed with Open Table support, they appeared to perform their reservation function correctly. It was upon arrival and inquiring at the hostess desk that the breakdown occurred where I was told that no reservation existed. Having made the transaction on my home system I could not produce the confirmation email and staff at the Daily Grill did not actively pursue any resolution. Ended up eating in the bar.
This was a most disappointing dinner.
Because of an upcoming event, we notified our server, as soon as we were seated, that we needed to be in and out in 90 minutes and were assured that was not a problem.
We ordered drinks and a shared appetizer of Caprese Flatbread. The drinks arrived in good time, but the flatbread took another 20 minutes. We rated the quality as just okay, as it was very chewy and difficult to cut.
For the mains, we had an order of the Crab Cakes, and an order of the Trout Amandine. For a restaurant that had one area closed off, and only a few diners in our area, we were surprised, that on a Saturday night, it took almost another 20 minutes for the mains to arrive.
And that's when the disappointment really set in! My Trout was overcooked and cool, but my wife's Crab Cakes, which were served on a very hot plate, were cold inside. When we brought this to our server's attention, she said she would get a new order of Crab Cakes. That order took another 15 minutes, and when they finally arrived, they certainly were hot, but had no taste.
Our server, while pleasant, didn't seem particularly happy or concerned with our dining experience, although after I mentioned my unhappiness, she did go back and get the Flatbread comp’d. Altogether we made it out in 90 minutes, but very disappointed.
Given our experience, this not a restaurant I would recommend, or visit again.
The restaurant was very busy with a pre-theatre crowd. The staff seemed overwhelmed - The food took a long time and our server forgot things. My cocktail glass was badly cracked and was never replaced, despite two requests. A stack of bread and butter plates needed to be sent back because under the top plate it appeared that they hadn’t been washed- they were covered with balsamic vinegar or some other brown liquid. The server was friendly but it seemed like she’d never been trained. She didn’t suggest coffee or dessert, which we wanted, and then it took a long time to arrive. The food was good, but the other stuff was pretty shabby. We probably won’t give it another try.
Had dinner before a show at the 5th Ave Theater because it is close by. Food was just OK, service was good because it was busy. Not a place we will return to unless nothing else is available.
Awful and expensive
It was nice, quiet and the service was amazing.
Great place for quick breakfast a little pricey but easy and good food
Daily Grill is just a no-nonsense meat & potatoes kind of place--it's wonderful!
For a hotel restaurant off of the convention center it works. Staff was friendly and accommodating. They should get some local beers.
Excellent as always. Started with the butternut squash soup -- yummy. Then, for me, a turkey club sandwich that was delicious and filling. My lunch companion had the small chicken pot pie, which he found very tasty, and marveled at how big the large pot pie must be given the huge size of the small pie. We'll be back.
Had 50 min before needing to leave for theater- told server immediately. 50 mon later only food to make it to table was a salad. Cesar with no croutons. When asked about this told they didn’t have any croutons- i can bring u some bread. Why doesn’t restaurant make some croutons?? At the 50 min mark still no entrees. - we had to leave. Server told us there would be no charge- doesn’t help us who were hungry the whole evening at the theater.
I had two meals at the Daily Grill this week, but only one was booked through OpenTable. Our first experience was better than the second.
We were told we’d have a 25 minute wait, so we chose to eat in the bar - that was our first mistake. While our server was pleasant, she seemed to be very busy - therefore service took a long time. The restaurant wasn’t full at all, not even half the tables in the entire restaurant were occupied.
It took an hour for our entrees to arrive and my husbands rib eye was quite tough.
Good stop for a meal before a show at ACT. The ambiance is nice, kind of old school with dark wood and such. Would be a good spot too, to get a cocktail. The food is middle of the road, but descent. Our server was pleasant but never brought the water we requested and didn't get our wine order until the food came. This is common at many restaurants and servers should learn to time this better. All in all, I'd go again before a show or just for drinks.
We are never disappointed in the Daily Grill for before the theater dining. The ambience is vibrant, and the food is delicious. This time I tried the chicken pot pie. It was seasoned perfectly, and the flaky crust was delightful. My friend had the wedge salad which was amazing. She was disappointed with the crab cake though. She said it was flavorless. We will definitely be back.
DELICIOUS! food. Large plates, and good conversation with wait staff. Nice formal atmosphere but relaxed.
Have eaten at other Daily Grills and find the menu offers good variety and quality. I did order the humus appetizer which was a very nice portion but came with only 3 pita triangles so had to request more. I also think it's a bit overpriced but food is consistent.
Food wasn’t hot or very good for the price
Delicious food, great banter with the waitstaff and good drinks. The wings and Steak Salad are amazing.
Given the wrong menu. Overcharged on our bill.
Had a very nice meal at the Daily Grill before a musical at the Paramount Theatre. Traffic was amazingly light and we were there a half an hour before our reservation. Place was very empty at 5:45 on a Saturday night so there was no problem being seated. Food and drinks were all very good as was the service.
We were going to a play and this was convenient and good quality and timely
The service was awesome.
Great place for a business lunch or quick lunch when you have a busy day.
For in hotel eating, Daily Grill was pretty good- solid menu, friendly service, reasonably priced wine by the glass etc. We went twice and it was consistently good
Service was very slow and it wasn’t that busy to be so slow.
Second time in two weeks eating there, and if I worked there, I'd be angry. The kitchen fell short, again. Restaurant seemed half full, french dip had crispy fried meat in it. It was sent back as too dry. Fries instead of coleslaw, just irritating. We had to find our server, who was talking to the kitchen. I hope complaining ;) We think something is off. BTW, the coleslaw is really good. Like an Asian twist with peanuts. Really good.
The restaurant part was very good. However, I went to the men's room to wash my hands and there was no soap in either soap dispenser. 5 hours later we came back for an after show drink, and there was still no soap. That's absolutely inexcusable, not to mention disgusting. Is this where the restaurant staff uses the restroom?
Food was okay and overpriced. My husband and I both felt like we could get the same meal better somewhere else.
The service at the Daily Grill on Father's Day was impeccable. We ordered the crab cake and the chicken piccata. Both were served warm and the server remember all the condiments. The food was delicious. We will be back again to enjoy another meal at the Daily Grill at the Seattle Sheraton.
I like this place. Great comfort food, tremendous variety without trying to be something-for-everyone. We showed up with a reservation at 635. Took a while to be seated. We had a show at 8pm. By 7pm or server was clear that most hot food would not get us out on time. They've got a great tuna appetizer but really!! No burger, maybe meatloaf, no chicken... so, great server, nice ambiance and sadly, can't get in and out in an hour. It's too bad. I thought a hotel restaurant could deal with anything and 70-90 min would be okay (we just had to walk 3 blocks). A generally good experience fell short because of the kitchen. And its the second time weve shown up, with reservations, and barely gotten out in time. We will be back sometime, not soon. Our friends won't bother.
Get the Bacon Cheddar Tots!!!
Food was terrific, service was extremely slow.
When I made the reservation, I did not initially realize that the Daily Grill was part of/affiliated with the Sheraton. However, in retrospect, it makes perfect sense. Daily Grill is exactly the sort of restaurant you would expect to find in an upper-middle-class type hotel. A great and convenient place for weary travelers to unwind with a beer, a glass of wine, a burger, maybe a salad and dessert. Nothing particularly spectacular about the food or restaurant in general. But, if you are looking for a decent, affordable, quality dining experience, in a great downtown location, with a very friendly staff, then you won't go wrong with Daily Grill.
Quiet hotel restaurant very close to the convention center. We were there early for a 7:45 reservation and were seated right away. Dining room was fairly empty with minimal floor staff left. I had the blackberry pork chop, which was cooked to temperature, but the portion of creamed spinach was huge and the mashed potatoes not very warm. My sons had the chicken picatra and the sauteed salmon. Both dishes were tasty with generous portions. We skipped dessert. Server was fairly attentive and boxed our leftovers for us. It was fine, but nothing spectacular.
Service was a bit slow but overall a good experience. We will go back.
Decided on a late lunch before seeing The Dance Theater of Harlem. This location was close to parking and the Paramount Theater. We enjoyed the meal. It wasn’t crowded so conversation was easy. Will definitely try it again. Service was excellent.
Permanently Closed - Daily Grill - Seattle Sheraton offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (206) 624-8400.
Permanently Closed - Daily Grill - Seattle Sheraton is rated 4 stars by 793 OpenTable diners.