It's fresh, local, and it's Northwest. The eclectic menu brings together the best ingredients and elements of Northwest-style cooking with local influence and accent to create dishes you will love. The atmosphere is comfortable and informal enough to enjoy a quick bite out or a leisurely dinner. It's the Margaux, a little known secret that is sure to become a favorite the first time you pass through the doors.
Seattle, WA 98121
American, Northwest, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Monday - Sunday 6:30am -11:00am
Lunch: Monday - Friday 11:00am -2:00pm
Dinner: Monday - Sunday 5:00pm -10:00pm
Saturday Brunch: 11:00am - 1:30pm
Sunday Brunch: 11:00am - 1:30pm
Lounge: 2:00pm - 11:00pm
Please join us Sunday mornings for our delicious brunch menu specially designed by Executive Chef Chris Zarkades. Treat yourself to a latte or mimosa while the friendly Margaux staff makes your experience memorable.
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
The Warwick Seattle Hotel is ideal for gatherings from 6 to 80 people in suites, meeting rooms or our prestigious city skyline view boardroom. For events as personal as a wedding reception or as important as your business. Off-premises catering is also available. When the outcome must be perfect, the Warwick is the perfect choice.
Parking is validated for all Margaux guests. Access to parking is on fourth avenue.
Margaux is 3 blocks north of the monorail station and across the street from the Cinerama bus stop on Lenora.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Margaux at Warwick Seattle Hotel is Belltown's "Best Kept Secret". Available for holiday parties from 6 to 150, it’s the ideal spot to bring business/personal holiday gatherings to the forefront. Choose the lounge or the dining room, or the entire restaurant.
Margaux Ratings and Reviews
My first coffee cup was dirty. The second cup had something black floating, it was likely grounds, but at this point, I couldn't chance it. I tried the chicken and waffle. The chicken was a flattened and breaded piece of meat. I was a bit shocked by the processed meat and upon taste, my opinion did not change. The flavor was off. The waffle was fine. I later regretted eating that chicken, as I had an upset system.
I wanted to like this place as it's across the street from Cinerama. No, keep walking.
We went for Seattle's Restaurant week tonight and we were pretty disappointed with Margaux. The prix fixe menu at $33 is fine but the caesar salad was mediocre and the salmon was terribly salty and just not very good. The creme brûlée was excellent. The waiter, Brandy, was lovely but overworked so we had to wait for water refills. Our biggest complaint was that they add a 3.8% service charge to the menu for no obvious reason. It does not go to the servers. So they just raised their prices. We won't be back.
We made a Saturday dinner reservation for 7:00 PM following the Symphony season opening night. It was clear at intermission the show was going to run longer than expected. With a call to Margaux, I was able to change our reservation to 7:30.
Our meal was outstanding and service was very attentive by our server Brandy. Can't wait to return.
We came in with an hour and a half to spend for breakfast. The dining room wasn't very busy, there were tables available, and we were told by the hostess that we would have to wait 15-20 minutes to be seated, even though we had reservations. After we were seated, we ordered our meal, after we waited an additional 10 minutes. After 45 minutes and all others that came in after us ate and left I had to go find our waitress to tell her again what we ordered. We ran out of time and we finally got our food. The hostess very coarselly told us that our meal was free and we inhaled our food, that was very good, and ran to meet our driver. The food was good, the service was terrible.
We've always enjoyed Margaux; and we still love it for meeting friends. They have great cocktails and it is quiet so you can really talk and you are never rushed. However, the prices have really escalated in the last year and it is almost out of reach for a simple night out or meal before a movie at Cinerama across the street. And, it's not quite a special occasion restaurant. I'm sure we'll keep going back...but not as often as we used too.
The service is never great at this place. But they also always appear to be understaffed, even for a small number of customers. I waited to be seated. Nobody ever came to seat me. So I seated myself at the bar instead. The bartender was busy waiting tables.
Went for New Year's eve, and overall it was a great experience! Had the mushroom risotto to start off with- excellent flavor. Portobello as a main course, cooked to perfection. A friend had the pork that was slightly dry, but the flavor was excellent. Healthy portions. The staff seemed a little frenzied- granted it was New Years Eve. Bread cutting station was odd- staff has to slice each piece of bread that each table starts with. Overall a great experience!
We have enjoyed Brassiere Margaux for many, many years. The food has always been delicious. The staff are friendly, provide great service and they are accommodating for special requests. We had seafood and fish dishes and they were fresh and excellent. The accompaniments were wonderful, too. Fresh english peas, morrels and other forest mushrooms, asparagus and escarole, plus delicious warm bread and butter to start our meals. Their menu was perhaps traditional, but that is what we enjoy about it. They provide fresh, seasonal items - no tails nor tongues at exorbitant prices like many newer restaurants. We thoroughly enjoyed our dinners and will definitely go back.
Dined at the Margaux during our Hotel stay. It was certainly a notch above the usual hotel in house dining places. We had just opted for a main course as we were not too Hungary.
We ordered the ribeye steak and it was cooked to perfection. Definitely recommend this restaurant
I always try a new spot during restaurant week. For a hotel restaurant I was expecting a lot but the food was just not good. I had mussels, which had a varying degree of freshness. Some were just gross. My friend got the philly cheese steak. It was one of the blandest things I have ever tasted.
I'm never dissapointed when I come here. I'm a Real Estate Broker and often bring clients who just closed with me here to celebrate. They are always pleased and impressed with the venue. The food is superb and presented to perfection. The service is always impressive. The atmosphere is truly enjoyable not to mention the free parking. The ambiance always allows the occasion to shine. I've been coming here for years and will continue to bring my clients, friends and family here to celebrate life's moments
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