Goldfinch Tavern at Four Seasons Seattle
Ethan Stowell and Four Seasons Hotel Seattle are thrilled to announce the name of their new restaurant collaboration: Goldfinch Tavern. Named for the state bird of Washington, the American goldfinch.
The upscale tavern pays homage to the city’s pioneer days, when taverns catered to lumberjacks and sailors alike, providing a place for travelers and locals to both socialize and conduct business, all while enjoying drinks and food.
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Thanksgiving Dinner Special Menus & Offers
We are excited to offer Thanksgiving brunch for $65/person from 9am - 1pm. We also are offering Thanksgiving Dinner for $135/person from 4pm - 9pm. Credit cards are required to secure reservations. Please call the restaurant to book your spot. 206-747-7070.
Thursday, November 28, 2019
Christmas Eve Special Menus & Offers
Join us for Christmas Eve dinner at the Four Seasons Hotel. We are offering a 3-course dinner for $95/person.
Tuesday, December 24, 2019
Christmas Day Special Menus & Offers
Come celebrate Christmas at the Four Seasons hotel! We are offering a 4-course dinner for $135/person. Credit cards are required to book reservations.
Wednesday, December 25, 2019
New Year's Eve Special Menus & Offers
Celebrate New Years Eve with us at the Four Seasons Hotel. This years 5-course dinner is $110/person. Seatings are at 5pm and 9pm.
Tuesday, December 31, 2019
Service fantastic. Appetizer of bruschetta with goat cheese wonderful. Dinner of seafood pasta with ink squid pasta dried out overcooked & had very little seafood
Excellent service and food was excellent.
Waiter Benjamin was awesome!!
Great food, service, and value for chef’s menu. First time here and was such a great experience.
Birthday lunch for me and my husband. Perfect.
Always my favorite in Seattle.
To celebrate our anniversary, we were looking for a place that had great food, great service and where we could hear each other talk without shouting. Goldfinch Tavern exceeded all our expectations. It's a bit expensive but that was not a surprise (it is in a Four Seasons, after all). We got what we wanted.
Always great service and food to match.
Good, but deeply saddened by the loss of the Tomahawk steak off the menu. It has been a few years since we have been here. I remember a steak of mythical proportions: perfectly medium rare on the inside through and through (presumably sous vide) and then a thin layer of perfectly seared and seasoned exterior. We returned hoping to experience this steak again, but instead received regular steaks which here still pretty good but not what we were expecting. They also got our main dishes mixed up. There was a confusion of whose dish was whose, which shouldn’t happen at this level of dining. My steak was supposed to be medium with figs and potatoes, and my friend’s steak medium rare with asparagus instead of potatoes. My steak ended up being more rare than my friend’s, but about medium doneness, as I had asked. But my friend’s steak was more medium-well. I wonder if our steaks got switched, though we identified our dishes based on the vegetables that were on the plate. They were gracious enough to take my friend’s steak back and provide a new one.
The salmon rilled on cedar with horseradish creme was delightful!
It was quite nice. We were welcoming a new employee and took out to lunch. Food and drink were divine!
We ordered the tasting menu and it was amazing!
Noise level made the dining experience poor. Scallops were good, but not in any way special and for the price should have been. The scallops at my retirement home (Mirabella) are better.
I am always out in Seattle for business every three months. stay at the Four Seasons and always have friday night at the Goldfinch Tavern. food and service are outstanding and I highly recommend it.
The food was excellent. Our waiter, Edna, provided awesome service. It was one of the best dining experiences I’ve ever had.
Great place to eat and take in the view of Elliott Bay. The view is even better now that the viaduct has been taken down. A lot quieter than a lot of other places by Pike Place. It is a little on the expensive side, but after all, it is Seattle and the Four Seasons...
Yes, the service and food were great. Our server Edna was awesome
Exceptional cocktails started us off . Starters and salads were perfectly sized with thoughtful combinations of tastes . Entrees were all amazing .
Good location and decent food. Overpriced as it is inside the four seasons hotel. Reasonable water view partially instructed.
Food served at our table was very good. Only complaint, the pancakes we ordered to take out tasted like bacon--I am vegetarian. They must have been close to bacon being made. Our servers were great. One person took a photo for us. Staff made a Happy birthday plate for my daugher --very nice. We really did like everything. We will come back and recommend to others.
P. S. Great to know we can ask for black napkins. The white napkins and our black clothes were not happy together---shedding.
The service at the Four Seasons is always top-notch. The food was delicious this time around - there was a period in the spring when I avoided the Goldfinch because the food was oddly not as good (in terms of preparation and quality) as what I've come to expect from this place. But I think they've worked it out, because the last few breakfasts at this place have been wonderful and tasty!
Amazing food Very accommodating to dietary concerns and questions Only complaint is it took forever We had more of a timeline than perhaps was understood It fine but it also made the parking fee double it took so long
Two attendees got sick after having salmon Caesar.
Goldfinch has great ambience and service, with a view that's pretty hard to beat. We ducked in for brunch after having been there for dinner and lunch on multiple occasions and will definitely be coming back to try out the brunch buffet. We had the burger and a crab benedict and aside from a mediocre hollandaise, everything was top-notch. It's a bit pricey ($100 for two people after tip) but what isn't in Seattle these days?
Great service, our server was lovely and provided a customer dessert to the birthday boy
The restaurant is gorgeous, and even better if you can sit by the window. You’ll have a great view of the Ferris wheel and the water. The dim lighting is perfect, the food is very good, (expensive, but to be expected since you are dining in a five star hotel), and the service was great!
Salmon was WAY overcooked, Halibut was overcooked, Pasta with clams was super bland.
Apps were very, very good, drinks were great.
We had a great meal and even better service at Goldfinch Tavern. We had the oysters, crab and beet salad, NY strip, lobster mashers, and donut holes. It was all delicious but my favorite was the lobster mashers. Highly recommend!
We enjoyed drinks and a light dinner before The Rolling Stones concert. The smoked salmon bruschetta was light and flavorful, and the crab and pickled beet salad was delicious. It had a generous portion of crab. We had drinks at HH prices, which was very reasonable. This is a lovely restaurant and you can count on the quality of the food being top notch.
Poor service for a Four Seasons and overpriced
Goldfinch is a lovely cafe with very good food, very good service, lovely ambience and quiet setting for lunch with friends. I never feel rushed and always feel appreciated. It is a regular "go to" cafe for friends looking for an excellent meal in beautiful setting.
Great food. Good pace, very accommodating staff. Wine recommendation, excellent?
Food was delicious! Service was wonderful! And the view is spectacular!
The food was phenomenal. We chose the Chef’s surprise menu and loved every dish and wine pairing. The service was terrific; prompt and helpful with selections.
One of my favorite restaurants for my 9 year old daughter and her 9 year old friend. They have a great kids menu and activities. Food is always delish and it’s four seasons service- enough said!
I ordered the roasted chicken and it was soo over cooked that it had that powdery texture. It was a real disappointment as I was taking a big client there for dinner. The clients dinner was good but when I did share a little the client said I should say something but it would have changed the dynamic of the meeting.
We initially were offered a table that accommodated 8 but had a reservation for 6. As a result the choice was to sit spread over a huge table and feel disconnected OR in an alternative table next to an open area where a huge LOUD group was celebrating and frankly were annoying/drunks. The lesser of the two evils- we elected to sit at an appropriate sized table and contend with the volume and inebriation..
Our server Joseph was stellar, the food was great as always just didn't fully enjoy the Goldfinch experience the way knew it could be enjoyed so in the end while we love the place and Joseph the night fell way short of our typical level of satisfaction.
We had a good time, food and service were okay.
Service is not as attentive as other four seasons. Hotel is pretty small. The retaurant is nice though. We had a good table with a view on the pier.
Great valet parking.