Red Cedar & Sage
Enjoyed brunch out on the enclosed atrium on a chilly Sunday afternoon. Food was wonderfully presented and absolutely delicious. Mimosas were quite delicious as well!
After finally finding it we were welcomed by a lovely friendly host/server who seated us ti wherever we wanted. It was nice and toasty warm in the outdoor covered area. The server took our order promptly and food came quite quickly. Presentation was nice. My husband had the banana foster French toast and I had the crab cake Benny. Delicious hollandaise and good potatoes. Unfortunately the eggs were a little overcooked for my liking but the server didn’t ask his I wanted them. She was kind enough to offer to replace it but I opted for two new eggs which cane quickly but would have liked a little more more hollandaise to go over my cooked down crab cakes and English muffin. Also it seemed a little pricey for the atmosphere. $27. My husbands was delicious and more modestly priced. Also I think the inside part of the restaurant could be a bit more tidy. It seemed a bit cluttered with unused bottles of condiments on windows sills and counters. Kind of cramped. Can’t take away the friendly and accommodating service.
We enjoyed every bit of our brunch. Restaurant noise level was minimal. We were not rushed and our server was as pleasant as she could be. Each of us enjoyed our selection of food items. Definitely will return.
We were out in the rainiest night of the year, so the restaurant was empty on a Friday night. Clean plate club of our family of five, top new york steak 2" thick, salmon dish eaten by 15 year old - cooked to perfection and gone! Filet, excellent, New England Clam Chower eaten by Boston-girl: not as rhick as I prefer but really a good cup of chowder, I would order again. Shrimpz scampi-good. Tomato soup and lobster mac & cheese - all excellent.
We arrived with a party of 7 for an 11:30am reservation. Weren’t seated until 11:50 even though restaurant not full. Staff running around like crazy, drinks didn’t arrive for another 1/2 hour, meal arriving well past an hour of being seated. One meal not fully cooked and not returned until we got the check. Won’t return.
Wonderful seafood! Lovely cocktails. Interesting sales. Such a unique venue!
Crab cake Benedict was good. Potatoes were hard. Bloody Mary was tasty!
The cocktails were good, the service was good, and the food missed the mark- it wasn’t inedible, just not very intriguing or memorable. The restaurant has a great location, and is physically inviting- the outdoor/glass house seating area sparkles.
The service was not good at all. They brought the food before our drinks....as one example.
Halibut bites are delicious and a deal during happy hour. Great prime rib on Fridays and Saturdays too.
two drinks and 2 standard breakfast entree’s for $85. I could have a much better brunch elsewhere for this price point
The first time I felt compelled to write a review. Our table was not ready (despite reservation) so we were asked to sit at the bar and have a drink while we wait. My friend is recently sober so we inquired about mocktails. The bartender was rude at best. After ignoring us for 5 minutes, he informed us he did not have a mocktails menu nor did he offer any alternative. We ordered ice tea. The two ice teas were $6.50. I wanted to pay cash to get away from the bar as quickly as possible once our table was ready. I had $7 cash so my friend added 4 quarters. He said "I don't need your change, ladies" in an almost mocking fashion. Once we arrived at our table we were ignored by staff with the exception of a gray haired man whose main purpose seemed to be micro-managing the staff. At one point in time he interrupted our conversation to say "if you whisper I won't be able to eavesdrop". I literally lost my train of thought. Despite a wonderful meal here last month, the halibut was dry and the rice was very undercooked. After asking the waiter for mocktail ideas and sharing our experience at the bar he said "I don't know about mocktails, I'll ask the bartender". We said "don't bother". The bruschetta was the only good thing. I work near Pike Place and Red Cedar is typically a client dinner location for us. Unfortunately not after this visit.
The location is in busy part of Seattle and tourist mecca so that is part of what one needs to know. Food was decent/good but not special. Service was terrific and everyone there was very nice and accommodating. It was convenient to Pike's since right there and was absolutely fine for lunch.
Great hidden gem. Food and service was great. We will be back.
Ridiculously overpriced. Food pretty good. Service okay. Won’t go back or recommend it
Halibut special was amazing!
We're so glad you loved it! Our kitchen loves getting creative with the specials, and this one is surely worth a try! Until next time, Cheers!
Service was good.
Very nice...best buds Ky rose I have ever had. Best halibut as well. Fresh prep wirh morels
My friends filet was over cooked. We were the only table in the restaurant and so we got rushed out before actual close time. Otherwise I love this place!
The location was lovely, seated out in the covered outside space, with the glass walls pulled back. Staff was attentive, food was great. The only challenge to the meal was that we were there at Noon - and apparently everyone else was as well - the Kitchen apparently was overwhelmed and it took a very long time for the food to come out.
Pamela! We're so glad you enjoyed your lunch! These summer rushes are hard to handle, but we pride ourselves in serving up the freshest local ingredients! We are working on getting orders out faster and hope that your next visit is just as good without the wait! Can't wait to see you again!
Fantastic food and friendly service. I'm always surprised at how easy it is to get in. Highly recommend it!
Very nice atmosphere , cool music, great menu
We enjoyed a birthday celebration in a relaxed atmosphere with good food and friendly, efficient service.
We love hosting parties and helping make moments special! Thank you for your review Leslie!
The food was AMAZING! And the staff was great as well! I was there with a large group of girls and everyone loved it!
We're so glad that you all had such a wonderful time! We'd love to host you again! Cheers!
The food was delicious! And everyone who worked there was so friendly and polite :)
We love our staff and we're happy that you did too Emma! Thanks for your input and come back soon!
Cute restaurant, hard to find but it’s a hidden gem.
We are pretty hard to find Sharon! On your next visit, try taking the elevator from the top of Pike Market to the second floor, the doors will open right to the restaurant! We're glad you enjoyed, and can't wait to see you again!
Beautiful place for a yummy dinner!! We tried the baguette with olive oil and balsamic vinaigrette,salmon bruschetta and for dinner we got the rigatoni and the artichoke pasta. Everything is good for sharing too. Smaller portions but enough to still share for 2. If more than 2 go ahead and get a few more things and that will be enough to share!! Great place, great wine, great service loved the food!!!!
employees were nice and helpful and food was amazing and favorable,
Everyone was very friendly, the food was excellent and a realistic portion, the cocktails were amazing!
We were there for a welcome to Seattle brunch. The waitress didn’t even acknowledge that we were celebrating anything.
Had a large group of 7. Drinks were great, the food was very good, service was quick.
Great cocktails and delicious food. The service was excellent. Want to go back soon.
Overpriced tourist food. Average Southwest Chicken Salad, great Beet Salad, poor pizza. Service was pretty slow and disorganized. Manager comped a drink which I appreciated.
Burrata was great but was on a salt block and over time turned way too salty. By over time, I mean within minutes. The pizza was decent. The service and ambiance made up for it.
Great seafood--fresh and well prepared. Sturgeon was a daily special and excellent as was the salmon. Waitstaff were awesome!
I had the crab Benedict, which was pretty good. The bloody mary bar was the highlight. Overall it felt a bit pricey for the experience.
You have to try this restaurant if you haven’t done so yet! Fabulous food, great service, ambience is quiet and lovely. The rices are reasonable especially due to the quality of the food. Try it!!!!
We decided to have a last minute mini celebration for getting a new job. It was a spur of the moment thing and I’d been wanting to visit this restaurant. It ended up being dead slow so we nearly had the place to ourselves- apparently they had just opened up for their first day following their usual 3 week holiday. The food, service, and ambiance was great but I’d suggest going for brunch or lunch instead- I think I have 5 Pan seared scallops and 6 asparagus for $36? Glad we had a certificate :) we’ll be back for weekend brunch!
Red Cedar & Sage offers takeout which you can order by calling the restaurant at (206) 538-0377.
Red Cedar & Sage is rated 4.1 stars by 158 OpenTable diners.
Yes, you can generally book this restaurant by choosing the date, time and party size on OpenTable. Due to local restrictions, this restaurant may not be accepting reservations at the moment.