Jimmy's on Broadway
A locals gathering place and where visitors always feel welcomed, Jimmy's is Capitol Hill's best kept secret.
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The lemon chicken, my favorite dish there, was disappointing this time. I also don’t like to eat on a paper plate and dinner came on a compostable plate of some sort. The Jimmy’s fries and my Margarita was delicious.
Great find! I felt like we found a hidden gem because it wasn’t crowded for dinner. However, the food was amazing! Our cocktails were fun and tasted great, the food surpassed my expectations, and the service was good, too.
Friendly and efficient service
Consistently yummy food
Great service for a group of 15. Very accommodating with separate checks. Great food and drinks.
Great place to go for brunch or early dinner before a show. The food is always excellent. Eggs Benedict or fresh fish is always a great choice. Service is always great and free parking is a plus!
I took my wife to Jimmy's for Valentine Day. We were very pleased with the food, and the service, and surprised at how easy it was to find parking.
Great place for Valentine's Day, free parking, great customer service!
Loved the white cosmo. Happy Hour food was great. I want to make the roasted Brussels sprouts.
The food was good, the service quite good, and overall a very pleasant dining experience.
Food was not that good and services was worse, had to track people down to help us.
Went out of their way to accommodate the two vegans who were with us.
Great service, great food and drinks. Waiters very attention, friendly and knowledgeable.
It’s always A+. Consistent quality and
Service. I dearly miss it during this virus outbreak time.
Great food. If I’m ever in the area again I will definitely swing in for the disco tots. Service was brutally slow. We sat in the bar they took our drink order but never came back to take our food order. We waited about 20 minutes and then asked “do you serve food here”. They came out a few minutes later and the rest of the meal was slow but not terribly so.
I made a Thanksgiving dinner reservation at 7:00 but can have a seat at 7:40.
We got a drink menu after having an appetizer and couldn't get a glass of water until the end of our dinner. I don't recommend here for celebrating Thanksgiving.
Very nice. The servers were great. The food was decent. The restaurant was packed. We had to wait 45 minutes past our reservation.
This was a wonderful surprise, food and service was great,
Thanksgiving dinner was poor. The turkey meat was half gristle & skin. The meat itself was dry. The “stuffing “ was a block of some crumbling concoction. The green beans were not cooked very well so that my knife could barely cut them. Not enough gravy. The best thing on the plate was the sweet potatoes but even they were mediocre.
Food was okay. Very small portions for Thanksgiving dinner and expensive for what we got.
My family went there for Thanksgiving. We all really appreciated the fresh food (no canned, frozen or processed items) that was so tastefully prepared. The staff were all wonderful, bringing our food in a timely manner.
We went there because of it's proximity to the hospital. The entrance was flat (no steps), ideal for my parents in their nineties. The restaurant was reasonably well lit (my father can't see in dim light). The prices were very reasonable and my entire family was thankful for the delicious meal. I highly recommend the pecan pie, too.
There was both light and dark turkey meat, homemade cranberry sauce (at least it tasted like it), sweet potatoes, a roll, stringbeans, stuffing and a mushroom gravy. Everything was yummy!
We loved the variety offered on the menu. The wait staff was very attentive. We will be going back to try more.
Food and service alway excellent and new infusion is great option. Service Manager remember customer and always follow up customers satisfaction!!!
Brunch with family. Brioche French toast was delicious and service was excellent.
Nice location and a relaxing ambiance. Our service was wonderful! Only reason I give it 4 stars instead of 5 is because I ordered a Benedict and the eggs came out practically hard boiled instead of poached. My cousin also got a Benedict and hers came out perfectly so I can only guess mine was made first and then sat under a heat lamp. Thankfully our waitress took it back and brought a new one which was flawlessly cooked and absolutely delicious. All of the food was great!
Fun happy hour menu. Some items better than others. Forget the deviled eggs and go for the sliders.
A really nice place where you can talk to friends without having to yell over the noise
Food was amazing and the staff was very friendly! We thoroughly enjoyed our meal!
Food was good, everyone in our party of four seemed happy. Service was above & beyond!
Great food and service! The plates are large and the Avocado Toast is to die for!
Fresh, creative fare with generous portions. Friendly efficient service. There were lots of choices of steaks, salads, fish, sandwiches, fun appetizers and very good cocktails. The Perfect Man was one of the best Manhattans I have enjoyed, classic, yet creative. The dessert options sounded fabulous but we were too full. AND what more can you ask than FREE Parking in Seattle! WooHoo! Only weird thing was having a movie on the TV screens with no sound or subtitles. I prefer no TV screens.
Jimmy's on Broadway is great. The food is more than delicious and the service was superb!
A great option for lunch or brunch after mass at the Chapel of St. Ignatius nearby. The menu had enough variety to keep everyone in our group of 6 happy. One guest with mobility issues was grateful for the easy parking and elevator. However, when he wanted to use the restroom he had to trek out through the lobby and up a fairly steep set of steps to the restroom. Luckily he was able to navigate it. Not sure what someone in a wheelchair would do.
Reservation was easy, and place was not busy during Sunday brunch. Food took a long time to come out and was not served all at once, with three hungry, jumpy kids waiting. Food was generally okay to good, but not great.
I've always found Jimmy's on Broadway to be a relaxing, quiet refuge in the busy city. Food's good, prices OK and atmosphere relaxed.
Easter brunch with family staying at Silver Cloud. Service was great! However, definitely hit and miss with the dishes selected. Best is the French brioche toast. Eggs with special brunch lobster Benedict was firm, not the desired runny deliciousness. Huge cinnamon roll, while visually appealing, was dry. Blueberry pancakes were good. Overall, while convenient for hotel guests, the food is underwhelming.
I've dined at Jimmy's several times, for all meals (breakfast/lunch/dinner). The food has always been good, very fresh tasting. Plating is appealing. It's quiet and somewhat cozy. Food quality is better than most hotel restaurants I've dined at. Staff has always been attentive and friendly.
The menu offers a good range of options and all the dishes we received were welcomed happily. The portions were generous and special requests were honored cheerfully. All-in-all a reliable and pleasant place for a reasonably priced meal.
Ate in the bar, very comfortable, food was great, server friendly, gave good suggestions for food.
Food was not good. Ribs on top of fries made fries soggy.
Taste for both entries was less than expected.
My wife's berry crumble desert was like a bottle of jam with a few crumbs sprinkled on top.
My sundae was terrible. Whipped cream kept on counter next to stove, so it was like milk, which poured out of the shallow bowl into the plate. Like a chocolate soup.
We ate out for the rest of the stay. Sorry, but you asked.
Clam Chowder was excellent, Calamari was great and burger was fantastic