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Takeout From The Keg
If you'd rather enjoy around your own table, you can also place an order for takeout online and pickup curbside. Visit our website, or copy and paste this link: www.kegsteakhouse.com/en/takeout.
Salt & Iron's dining room designed by visionary firm Inspired Interiors of Edmonds, brings a brighter and more welcoming dining atmosphere to the Downtown core. It is located just a short walk from the Kingston Ferry and the iconic Edmonds Fountain, where the Edmonds Farmers' Market and the Edmonds Art Walk take place. A full bar provides craft cocktails, local wines and draft beers to accompany the dining experience.
The Fireside is open for lunch and dinner and provides a happy hour daily. Brunch is available in the restaurant on Saturdays and Sundays, and breakfast is provided for hotel guests daily.
The Fireside has garnered recognition for its wine program, winning the Wine Spectator ‘Best of Award of Excellence’ every year since 2011, as well being highlighted by the Washington State Wine Commission, Touring & Tasting Pacific Northwest Magazine, TripAdvisor, and it has been a Grand Award winner at the Washington State Wine Awards.
With its distinctive black chandeliers, the wallpaper covered surfaces, the backlit white Onyx bar-top and an exclusive courtyard with bamboo planted walls, The Loft is an intimate and unique place for any occasion.
Offering small & medium size plates with Mediterranean flair (mostly from Greece and Italy) the menu is changing seasonally to reflect each season’s fresh ingredients.
A well picked list of hand crafted cocktails and a good selection of wines promises to satisfy all tastes.
We, at The Loft are looking forward to making your night exceptional whether you're here for a drink, dinner, or any celebration.
Emory’s is located on the shore of Silver Lake, a 106-acre natural spring fed lake. The restaurant’s interior décor is lodge-style, with high open beam ceilings and spectacular westerly views across the lake. In addition to our spacious 6,000 square foot building, we feature the largest outdoor lake front deck in Snohomish County.
Our cooking style centers on traditional Asian dishes created with "fresh ingredients from local farmers and suppliers". We pride ourselves on creating distinctive dishes utilizing multiple layers of cooking techniques and flavors. We call it "Modern Asian Cooking".
A heartfelt "thank you" goes out to family, friends and community members who continue to embrace us.
Your hosts, The Ma family
Nestled within its suburban surroundings, Bazille is located at The Alderwood Mall inside Nordstrom on the 2nd floor. Join us in our vibrant Bazille restaurant and try our signature Crab Bisque, Cilantro Lime Shrimp Salad, Bistro Club Sandwich, or Bazille Burger. Be sure to save room for our White Chocolate Bread Pudding! Seating for large parties available in the dining room or join us at our beautiful new full bar. Free parking available on-site. Join us for Brunch on weekends.
We are open for dine-in service and to-go orders with Curbside Pickup. Call (425) 329-2108 to place your order.
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- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews4.0Dined 6 days agoI made the reservation the day before online which I was pleasantly surprised by how easy it was. We had a party of 11 and when we arrived the host put us in a private dining room which was perfect for us. There was a big round table that made it nice for visiting with each other. It was the first time there for most of our party and I think they enjoyed everything about the place. We will definitely keep you in mind for our next Chinese meal out.More infoChina City$$$$• Chinese• Bothell•4.5
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •4 reviews5.0Dined on Apr 22, 2023We love this restaurant. The food is always great!More infoKafe Neo - Mill Creek$$$$• Greek• Mill Creek•4.3
- GGinstervipSeattle / Eastern Washington •56 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023The food is excellent - the filet mignon was done to perfection; the cauliflower mash was an excellent alternative to mashed potatoes, and the side of vegetables was unusually good too in that it wasn’t just a token nod to vegetables (i.e. boiled broccoli) as is often the case with vegetable sides. Instead it was a variety of vegetables cooked al dente. The chocolate cake with Grand Marnier sauce and the fresh-baked dinner rolls were outstanding. The one food-related criticism - the chickpea-based meat loaf was very tasty but is not suitable as a main dish - it is soft and mushy and might perhaps serve as a side dish. The service was flawless even though it was an exceptionally busy night (i.e. the evening of New Years Day) and although it was crowded in the waiting area, we didn’t have to wait long for our reservation. All in all it was a very positive experience.More infoThe Keg Steakhouse + Bar - Lynnwood$$$$• Steakhouse• Lynnwood•4.7
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023We had a family lunch and tasted various parts of the menu. We didn’t get a table we wanted because they didn’t have enough staff. The starter came quickly along with that drink. The food came a bit later and we tried the fish & chips, garden pizza, chicken penne pasta, salmon burger. All of them tasted great.More infoEmory's on Silver Lake$$$$• American• Everett•4.5
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Dog friendly restaurants in North of Seattle include Jetty Bar & Grille, Salt & Iron and Anthony's HomePort - Edmonds
Child friendly restaurants in North of Seattle include Anthony's HomePort - Everett., Terracotta Red and Bar Dojo