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About Miller's Guild
Located in the Historic Hotel Max Miller’s Guild is built around a 9 foot long, custom made wood-fired grill. James Beard Award Winning Chef Jason Wilson has crafted a menu featuring seventy five-day dry-aged beef, nose to tail butchery, and rustic baked goods that highlights the unique flavors from the grill. Carrying on the theme, Miller’s Guild also features craft cocktails made with spirits finished in oak casks suspended above the bar. The wine list will feature carefully crafted wines from the Pacific Northwest and beyond that represent excellent value across all price ranges.
Seattle, WA 98101
Hours of Operation:
7:00am - 11:00pm Monday - Friday
8:00am - 11pm Saturday and Sunday
Bar: Open until midnight every day
Breakfast: Monday through Friday, 7:00 AM – 11:00 AM
Lunch: Monday through Friday, 11:00 – 2:00 PM
Brunch: Saturday and Sunday, 8:00 AM – 2:00 PM
Dinner: Daily, 5:00 PM -10:00 PM
Happy Hour: Daily, 3:00 PM – 6:00 PM, 9:00PM – 11:00 PM
7th Avenue, 6th Avenue
$31 to $50
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If you can't come to Miller's Guild, let us take Chef Jason Wilson's Award-Winning wood-fired cooking to you. Please contact KV Thostesen for details.
Ample Street Parking. Surface Lot Located Directly Across Street. Or Use the Hotel Max Valet.
Private Party Facilities:
Private Dining for up to 14 in the Sidebar room with full audio-visual capabilities. Large parties can also be accommodated in a semi-private area in the dining room. If you have a larger group, inquire about our urban event space that can accommodate up to 125 seated.
Private Party Contact:
KV Thostesen: (206) 443-3363
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Chef's Table, Cocktails, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Miller's Guild Ratings and Reviews
This is a cozy, noisy place.
Logs add atmosphere.
The smell of smokey Brussels sprouts (or bacon?) prevails.Our waiter was wonderful. So we’re my two scallops. Crunchy on the outside, succulent & moist in the middle.
Smoked coffee ice cream with chocolate chunks smothered in thick hot fudge sauce-oh my!
+ Food was tasty, my wife's Filet Minion was great, my Bavette was good
- Lighting is pretty terrible, shadows over both our faces.
- No coat rack (weird with hotel next door too) so drape your winter coats uncomfortably over your chairs
- Maitre d’ wasn’t interested in being helpful (or even pleasant)
+/i Food took a long time but they did offer a round of drinks to compensate
Won't be coming back for dinner, but will so for drinks/lunch
Went for Seattle Restaurant Week at lunch time. Server was very personable. We got our appetizers timely, then after some time our server went to the kitchen and found out they had lost our lunch ticket. Food finally came and apologies all around. Because of the long wait they comped our lunch, which we appreciated.
I’ve been to Millers a couple of times. For the price, I think there should be some sentiment of romance or intimacy. But it’s really more like a high-end, expensive bar scene.
Food is good. Drinks are good. Ambience is more for business dinners or group events. The romantic or one-on-one game is not there.
I had lunch here during Seattle Restaurant Week. The menu looked very tasty and I had been interested in eating here for quite some time. The service and ambiance were perfect but the food left a lot to be desired. I started with the butter lettuce wedge, which had roquefort, walnuts, applewood smoked bacon, and apple; it was the perfect starter. For the main course I had the falafel patties with hummus and a butternut squash fried patty of some sort. The falafel was just ok and oddly sweet, but with the hummus it wasn't too bad. The butternut squash patty was gross with a weird stringy consistency and quite frankly tasted like wet dog. I tried adding salt and eating it with the hummus but it was completely unpalatable. The dish also came with a side of mixed greens that were dressed with a tasteless vinaigrette - it could have used a hit of acid and some seasoning.
We made a reservation for four for a business meal and at the last minute a fifth person was added. The restaurant willingly accommodated us. Then (to our horror!) a person associated with the client whom we were entertaining phoned the restaurant and unilaterally (without consulting us) requested to change the reservation to nine people. Notwithstanding the rudeness of the client, the restaurant host was extremely gracious and did manage to accommodate us. They cautioned us that the service may be a little slow as they had just seated another large group; however, the service was impeccable and perfectly timed and the food was delicious. I would not hesitate to recommend Miller's Guild based on this experience (not so sure about our business associates!).
I thought the french dip was on the salty side. They marinate the beef slices in a sauce and give you more sauce on the side. I would have preferred to dip the sandwich in the sauce like most french dip sandwiches are served. fries were crispy .Portion size was good.
The ambiance was wonderful- great location! We were seated quickly and in a great spot! The menu didn't have much to offer, but we gave it a shot. I ordered the heirloom tomato salad and added steak. I requested that my steak be cooked medium rare - it was not. I would have been better off not adding it. I felt like the prices were not matched to the quality of food. The service and ambiance were stellar!
The staff at the Roosevelt recommended Millers Guild and it did not disappoint. Great atmosphere and value for the lunch menu. We were there for a late lunch so not real crowded and the wait staff was attentive but gave us space to enjoy the meal and our time together. Highly recommend this gem!
Stopped by during Restaurant Week and had a delicious meal - potato/bacon bisque to start (very creamy, nice flavor - what you expect) and for mains we both had rainbow trout with grape/raisin chutney on polenta (super tasty - trout very tender and could taste the smokiness from the cooking process, the grape chutney is perfect, and polenta was complimentary).
For dessert, a pumpkin creme brûlée (very good) and espresso chocolate cake (ok - could have been moister).
Red wine list - nothing cheaper than $48/bottle and for that reason, the 'value' component of my rating got knocked down.
Service was efficient - nothing too personal which is fine by me. Atmosphere was really nice - cozy, warm, and lively on a rainy autumn evening.
Had a phenomenal lunch during restaurant week. Baked potato soup that was somehow even more rich than the crab benedict I had for breakfast. Expertly grilled trout with a sweet sauce that grew on me over the course of the meal. And fun watching the chef back there rocking the inferno!
Admittedly, it's been awhile since I'd been to Miller's Guild for dinner, but this time around I found it highly over priced, slightly pretentious, and of diminished quality. The quality of the meat was still good, even though two of our orders were not cooked to specified temps. Most of the side dishes were lacking precise execution, and were tired old same old same old stuff we've been seeing for years or trying to hard & failing- halibut ceviche with popcorn?? Sounds novel but just didn't quite pan out. Bottom line was the prices were just ridiculous and not one of us felt we got our money's worth in either food or experience. And the chairs at the larger tables were unbelievably uncomfortable which didn't help much.
We were first-time visitors to Seattle and were quite disappointed in most things we experienced ... until we found this gem. The food was amazing, but the service was even BETTER! We wanted to try new places while we were in town, but we returned to Miller's Guild three times in our short visit because it was BY FAR the BEST place we visited. The hostess remembered us on our return visits and welcomed us back with a beautiful smile. The server from our second visit also served us on our third visit ... she welcomed us back and offered us our drinks of choice from the previous visit (tea with honey, and coffee with cream), and remembered our other special requests as well, as if we had been regulars there for years. We had two different servers in our three visits, each was very pleasant, quiet, capable, and had a beautiful smile. Whoever is in charge of hiring, is genius. We cannot say enough how much we enjoyed this awesome place! Thank you Miller's Guild!
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