Featuring 3 gorgeous private rooms with outdoor spaces overlooking Puget Sound. Palisade can accommodate up to 200 guests in our largest room. All 3 rooms have views of the Seattle city skyline, the Elliott Bay Marina & the mountains. Palisade features innovative Northwest cuisine at its finest.View Private Dining Details
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Sat 9:30AM - 1:00PM
We go here for most important events and never been disappointed. Great food, ambiance and service.
Service and meal suberb! Always a delight and treat to dine here.
Beautiful decor. Not too crowded, plenty of space between tables. Great view. Free valet. I should go more often.
Fabulous view, wonderful food, beautifully presented
Always a great place to have a meal:)
Excellent food, service and atmosphere. Round tables allowed easy conversation.
One of my favorite restaurants. We use this for special occasions, and it rarely disappoints. Very worth the time and effort to show up - the customer is rewarded with tremendous views, service, and very good food.
First time there. Can’t wait to go back to try dinner.
The food was phenomenal.
Overall great experience. Will go again.
Atmosphere is first rate. Beautiful views. The restuarant has a great design and great ambience and not loud. Service is excellent. Wait staff is attentive but not intrusive. Prices are on the high side but not unexpected for a restaurant of this caliber. Although all the food was prepared and presented beautifully, there was one common theme. Everything seemed to be excessively salty. The dip that came with my prime rib was like liquid salt. One dip of that and I never tried it again. The meat was already plenty salty as it was. I've been there several times in the past and hadn't experienced that before. So perhaps it was an unusual circumstance but, I'd still certainly try them again. The atmosphere is still well worth it.
Very disappointed. I chose a wine off the wine menu but was told that my choice of wine was not available and apparently had not been available for many months yet the selection remained on the wine selection. There was a “chef’s offering” which contained a food element that we could not have so we declined it staying the reason why but we were not offered a substitute. The entrées were lukewarm after having waited substantially after our appetizers had been eaten. Finally, the restaurant adds an obligatory 4% for the kitchen staff, which for me equates to having the general public pay the employee salaries instead of providing appropriate wages for them. This is nothing other than a tip and as such, I as the consumer should be given the option to provide (or not) that gratuity based on my experience.
Regretfully, Palisade is resting on it’s laurels and is not offering quality and service deserving of such high prices.
Been here several time before. This time seafood was undercooked, bordering raw and slimy inside...was told afterwards they cook seafood medium rare. Steak was over cooked. Just not what I expected for a 2-person $225 dinner. They accommodated us...but experience was not on par for a top notch restaurant.
We have eaten here many times over the last ten years. This the second time meal was bad. I will keep going back . I had the bone New York and my wife had the Halibut cheeks. The Halibut was over cooked and chewy. My steak I could of went to Costco and have a better steak. Then the waiter hardly came around we wanted desert. He brought a box for my wife's left over and didn't even ask if we wanted to see the menu for desert I had to ask him for it. He never came to ask how everything was. This was the first time I asked for the manager. He did take the $54.00 steak off the ticket. However we won't black list t he Palisade from our dinning places to go.
Nice ambiance, excellent food, and you are not rushed (the food is intentionally brought out at a leisurely pace, so that you can relax and enjoy your meal and your company). My only complaint would be that the guests behind us felt the need to open the window shade, allowing the intense evening sun to blind us and several other patrons. Rude, but certainly not the restaurant's fault (and they were eventually asked to lower it again).
Palisade is our favorite restaurant in the Seattle area! We always celebrate our special occasions there! Never had anything to eat that wasn't delicious! Cocktails are good too!
We have been to Palisade on numerous occasions. It is always very attractive and wonderful for kids (they love feeding the fish), The “Luau Brunch” was fabulous. There was an abundance of great food: hot and cold crab, large shrimp, 2 varieties of salmon, sushi, bprine rib, ham,reakfast items of all sorts, fruit, desserts, and a chocolate fountain with goodies. Much more. Expensive, but worth every penny. Soft drinks, juice and coffee included. Service from Mariah was wonderful — competent, friendly. She brought a complimentary piece of birthday cake for our 5 year-old celebrant, as well. Great restaurant!
Absolutely phenomenal brunch, as usual :) Our waiter was terrific and attentive. We will of course come back soon!
Wonderful dining experience with family for a Valentine’s revisited. Antonio was fantastic as was all the staff, per usual.
Absolutely wonderful staff from the moment you walk through the door. Food and drinks were amazing. Lots of gluten free options and beautiful view both inside and outside the restaurant.
We had to request a window seating. The wait help was very attentive; the food was well prepared (not over done) The selection was quite nice. It was a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.
Minimum wage increase was passed in Seattle. The restaurant owner passed these costs to the diner. We paid a 4.9% LWgeSC for this. Additionally, we were taxed on the low minimum wage increase. Our bill for 2 was 172.00. The 4.9% added another 8.43 to the bill. We were taxed on 180.43 instead of 172.00. The explanation for this...the owner didn't want to pass on the costs to the diner in the way of menu prices. Hmm...I am still paying for the increase no matter which way you slice it.
Had a wonderful Sunday brunch at Palisade. Quite reasonably priced for the high quality items offered. Wow, what an experience. Crab legs, ceviche, ahi poke, oyster shooters, prawn cocktail. And that’s just one small sample of what they offer. The view of the harbor is beautiful and service is top notch from start to finish.
Romantic place with a nice view even at the winter time. Creative dishes and cocktails, very cozy atmosphere and very friendly staff with a good customer service skills. And one of impressive part of restaurant is a salt water pond. I recommend to visit this place. 5 stars dining experience.
Great view. Three course Pre Fixe lunch options available are excellent
Wonderful dining experience. Our waiter, Thomas, was great. The staff was attentive and friendly.
My self and a friend had the steak and Atlantic Lobster tail. I had a filet and he had a ribeye. Both were cooked perfectly and tender. The lobster tail was decadent . Although the cost was a bit extravagant. It was one of the best meals we have had at Palisades.
Great dinner and great service with my niece Alyce from Hamilton, Montana. It was her first time to Palisades.
Valentines menu was great. We were in and out within an hour.
A dear friend took me out for Valentine's Day and suggested Palisade as I had never been there. Our reservation was 9:00pm, and we arrived on time. Surprisingly, we had to wait 10 minutes to be seated, but I was delighted when we were taken to a window table. The view is breathtaking, so I understand why my friend brings all of his friends and family here. However, the meal was underwhelming. They had a prix fixe, 3-course menu for this holiday: Starters, Entrees and Desserts for $75 per person. In my opinion, this was egregiously overpriced. I chose the jumbo prawn cocktail as my starter, and there were 2 - yes, 2 - jumbo prawns. My entree choice was salmon on a bed of mashed cauliflower with 5 asparagus spears (in place of Brussels sprouts). There was nothing special about this entree, no heart-shaped garnish or outstanding accompaniment. The salmon filet was approximately 6 oz., cooked perfectly but nothing special. What was outstanding was their bread: warm, soft center with a crisp, slightly salty crust. Happily, it was served with an abundance of soft butter. Sadly, I requested more bread when the basket was empty, and the bread never appeared. Really?!? The final dessert choices were woefully inadequate: a marscarpone cheesecake, a fondue with toasted marshmallows (messy), and a mass-produced flourless chocolate cake. Both of us opted for the cake, and again, it was nothing special. A breathtaking view of the Seattle waterfront could not compensate for the lack of inspiration demonstrated by the kitchen and the wait staff.