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JUNO offers Northwest cuisine that is ever-changing and always inspiring.
Our menus feature a vast selection of dishes, from mouth-watering appetizers and soul-pleasing entrees to decadent dessert plates designed to share. Working with and in support of local businesses, Chef creates dishes inspired by the season’s bounty and its elements allowing you to take comfort in your choice from our daily offerings. Accompany your meal with a selection from our creative cocktail list or extensive wine collection. Private dining requests for smaller groups are accommodated with advance notice. Whether attending an event or show at Benaroya Hall, Seattle Art Museum, The 5th Avenue Theatre, a game at nearby Safeco or CenturyLink Fields, JUNO will become your favorite gathering place. Memorable breakfasts, lunches, dinners and cocktail (happy) hour served 3-6 weekdays!
Seattle, WA 98104
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: 6:00am - 11:00 am Monday - Friday, Weekend Breakfast : 7:00am-12:00pm Sat and Sun
Lunch: Monday -Friday: 11:00am - 5:00pm, Weekend luch: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
Dinner: 5:00pm - 10:00pm All week
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Valet parking is available at the main entrance of the Arctic Club Hotel for $12.00 during breakfast or lunch and $10.00 during dinner service with the purchase of one or more entrees.
Private Party Contact:
Jack Thomas: (206) 631-8049
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
JUNO Ratings and Reviews
So disappointed in this restaurant. It looks really cool but it was horribly understaffed and the service really suffered because of that. The soups and salads were good but beyond that there was nothing good to say about the food. The steak was very expensive and really over cooked and under seasoned. I had to ask for a steak knife three times and finally went and got my own. Top it all off, no one even offered dessert.
despite a quiet night in the restaurant, it took much too long to be acknowledged at the host stand, then to be served (we started looking on our phones for other places with open seating), then to be given silverware, then to get our food. when served, server was very pleasant and friendly.
burger was cold. wife’s side dish was cold. food was tasty but not creative or interesting. We decided we simply needed food, so we ate, and planned on better meals elsewhere.
Dining options on Christmas are limited. We travelled to Seattle and stayed in downtown for three days and nights. Juno was recommended to us and it did not disappoint. The cozy atmosphere and quiet ambiance were a welcome environment for entertaining our family, who drove in to town to visit.
The service was attentive, calm and unobtrusive.
Food and drinks were both creative and delicious.
We will be back to Seattle and will visit Juno again.
And absolute gem I have never tried until now! Took my husband and son for Christmas eve dinner. I would definitely take my husband back for a romantic date! It was beyond beautiful. Loved stopping by the Rainer Club lobby first to check out the wonderful “man club” decor. Food was absolutely incredible. Service outstanding. Ambiance perfect. Everything exceeded my expectations.
Very pleased. Only thing missing....I’d mentioned when I made a reservation that this was a birthday dinner and thought there might be some acknowledgement re this. I didn’t remind anyone of this when we were there but,
thinking back, would have expected a mention. We did thoroughly enjoy our time there, especially our waiter.. wish I remembered his name. ( we were there about 5:00 on December 14! )
Juno is reliable as always. I have never eaten dinner there before.
This was a first but my daughter and I were going to the theatr and I knew based on past experience that the service would be prompt so we would not miss the curtain. Juno is across the street from the Pioneer Square Light Rail station so I knew we could take it north one stop and easily walk to the theater. A much better option than the crammed restaurants theoretically closer.
Though prompt I didn't feel rushed. I had the seafood salad which was really tasty - scallops, shrimp, crab. Just the right size too. My daughter had the rib steak (I had a bite). Very tender. Crisp tender veggies for her which looked good. Will definitely try dinner again.
There was a party of 4, and we were there for a pregame Sea Hawks late lunch. We had drinks appetizers and entrees. All were perfect. The booth we sat in was wonderful and very comfortable for 4 adults. The service was excellent, and they were very accommodating to all dietary needs. I am looking forward to eating here again. My steak tips were superb, and the fresh herbs and wine gravy, they were served in was for a foodie, divine. I could taste the fresh Thyme, and the richness of the wine and mushrooms. Just the best. Both gentlemen had the burgers and the beef was exceptional. So glad to discover you when dining in Seattle, will come again for sure!!!!
Don’t go when they are full!
These guys have a good menu and a great location. Unfortunately they seem to have a kitchen that’s not equipped to keep up with the orders when they are full. Multiple times now I have gone for brunch before a Seahawks game (they are just blocks from the stadium and right at the Pioneer Square link stop). In both cases it was a 40 minute wait from ordering to food arriving. Hopefully they can build kitchen capacity that meets their demand. If the did that I would be giving a much warmer review.
I was meeting a business contact for the first time to have lunch. On arrival and check in, I was informed Juno did not have a reservation for me. I showed the Open Table confirmation message I'd received and got an apathetic "sorry" in response. I decided to wait for my companion's arrival in the reception area. The restaurant was not full and I didn't see anyone who might resemble who I might be meeting. I had my contact's email, but not her cell number so unable to call or text. Just thought she was running late until I realized through some email exchanges that she'd already been seated. She'd arrived earlier and checked in for my reservation (which the hostess said they didn't have, and didn't bother to further investigate). My companion came to the front to get me and our lunch meeting started 30 minutes late. The server gave another unconvincing apology and lunch got underway. Food and service were ok for the rest of the meal. I'd have expected an offer to comp one of our meals or a free dessert--anything to offset the poor experience at the beginning of the meal.
Overall attribute this "poor" rating to their inability to use the Open Table system effectively, and lack of care and follow through in helping my companion and I connect. At other restaurants using Open Table, there never seems to be a problem seating people who arrive separately for the same reservation...why can't Juno figure this out?
IMO, Juno does a better job at happy hour than lunch. The first time I had lunch there was with a large group. The waiter spilled sweet chili sauce all over my pants and brought me a grubby bar rag to wipe up with. This time (party of 3) was thankfully not as eventful, but we were seated without menus and without enough place settings. The waiter noticed, but did nothing about it until I asked for a place setting when the food arrived (which seemed to take a long time both times). Juno is one of the nicer places close to my office, but there's nothing exceptional to say about the food or service.
We had a party of 7 for a birthday lunch for a coworker. Terrible service. Gave up on ordering dessert even tho they knew it was a birthday. Dirty floor. Food inconsistent at our table. Steak salad is awful. Server seemed disinterested and distracted. We have had good breakfast meetings there however.
For a slow Friday lunch, the service was not great. I selected the "Nicoise" which was in the salad section of the menu, however it was not a salad, not a piece of lettuce on the plate. The tuna should have been seared Ahi, thinly sliced. Instead it looked like a steak - brown on the outside and cut into large, thick slices. It was overcooked and not very tasteful. There were about 100 Kalamata olives on the plate, the green beans were Tempura (weird...) and there was a pool of a heavy, orang-ish tasting dressing in the middle of the plate. The meals of my two dining companions looked better and they said tasted "OK". I do not plan to return to Juno anytime soon.
Overall, the food was good, and once we had ordered, it came out within 5-8 minutes. However, I had a reservation at 930, and we were not even acknowledged waiting at the door until 940. It didn't look like they were short staffed because the lady who sat us were talking to her coworkers the entire time. After sitting for 15 more minutes with no water or menus and right as we were about to leave, our server came over. He was a nice man, but with the 25 min wait until we could even order from our reservation time, we won't be back.
Our group of three has been to Juno several times, and the last two times we were very disappointed in the service. The first time, there apparently was a mix-up with our order being given to the chef, so we waited an hour for our meals. We know these things can happen and gave the waitperson the benefit of the doubt. The second time, a different waitperson took our order, and the food came in a timely manner, which was great. However, she did not come back at any time during the meal to check with us, refill drinks or ask if we wanted dessert. The only enthusiasm she had regarding our service was in bringing our bill at the end of the meal and checking back for our payment a couple of times. We really like Juno for the atmosphere and food. Given the moderately high prices and location in the hotel, we would expect better service in this restaurant, especially if it wants to stay competitive. May we suggest more training with the waitstaff or more attentive management to the service being provided.
I had the lemongrass fried chicken, and it was the best fried chicken I have ever tasted. Our server was attentive but not overbearing, and it was quiet enough that we were able to have a lively conversation with our friends without shouting to be heard. We will definitely go back.
We went to Juno before a concert at Century Link Stadium. We were seated quickly and the service was excellent. Drinks and food were both very good. My Ribeye steak was excellent, although the potatoes that accompanied the steak were overcooked. Others in our party were pleased with their meals. Overall, I would recommend Juno for anyone looking for a restaurant down in that area of downtown Seattle or close to Pioneer Square.
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