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About Relish Burger Bistro
Relish Burger Bistro is a contemporary restaurant offering a modern twist on an American classic, combining Seattle’s culinary influence with gourmet burgers at downtown Seattle’s newest eatery.
Relish provides an upbeat and inviting atmosphere that encourages guests to dine in a social and interactive setting. Enjoy communal tables, open spaces, complimentary Wi-Fi, bar seating and an open kitchen concept
Relish Burger Bistro also serves Happy Hour from 3:00 PM to 6:00 PM every day with flavorful appetizers and cocktails.
Seattle, WA 98101
American, Comfort Food
Hours of Operation:
6:30am – 11:00am
11:00am – 2:00pm
2:00Pm – 9:30pm
9:30Pm – 11:00pm
Happy Hour: 3pm – 6pm
5th and Stewart
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
No live entertainment but lively music selections.
We offer three hours free parking validations when you dine in the restaurant.
Seattle's Tolley cars stop at McGraw Park outside of the restaurant as well as public transit.
Chef Ali Majed
Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cafe, Corkage Fee, Full Bar, Gluten-free Menu, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Takeout, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Relish Burger Bistro Ratings and Reviews
Hotel bar restaurant. Casual bar food, good place to view some of the downtown city in the atrium seating area. Also a bar to watch the game. Very dimly lit, difficult to read menu although it was good for looking out to people watch. Food was delivered quickly and was garnished with visual appeal. Burgers are a la cart. Add on sweet potato fries were delicious. Service was very good.
Very good food. Burgers were delicious and options included chicken and veggie burgers. Sweet potato fries were also good with spicy dipping sauce. Nice selection of local microbrews. Service was not great. Hostess claimed I didn't have an open table reservation. She called the manager over and I had to show him my confirmation email and then she said she
Could see the reservation. Rude!
Nice Ambiance at the latest version of the Casual dining/bar for the Westin Hotel. The burgers were beautifully prepared, delicious, and made with generous proportions. Service was very fast, friendly without getting intrusive, and very professional. Prices are very downtown hotel, so expect a burger and a drink to be about an Andrew.
The burger was tasty, unfortunately there was more bun than burger. If the burger was bigger than the bun, then I probably would have given it 4 stars. Service was great and the ambiance had a good feel. Enjoyed sitting in the circular room, fun to watch people outside.
Great Happy Hour-$5 glasses of wine-no Pinot Grigio however-The wine of choice at the Shore during the Summer in Jersey. Burgers live up to their reputation-large-juicy and flavorful. Fries were shoestring and crisp. Another great item is their chopped salad. Get it with steak-they give you an entire perfectly cooked sirloin on top. Will definitely go again when in Seattle.
We were able to prefer from the Sunday express menu so we could get brunch items after 11 AM. We shared a mushroom, spinach and potato hash along with a Belgian waffle, very good! The caramel latte was delicious and the staff (hostess, waiter, and manager) was great. My friend thought it was a find, I have been here a few times over the years and will continue to return!
We ate here only because we have a gift certificate for $100 of food. We were told by the manager we had to use all at once and it could not be applied to breakfast. so we ordered a bunch of food. It was all good food. The ambiance is a bit like a diner, but the food was much better quality than that. I had a great salmon at a good deal and my husband had a huge helping of meatloaf. Drinks were strong and good. Dessert hit the spot after the meal with a warm brownie. we asked for vanilla ice cream instead of chocolate and it was perfect!
It was all very yummy and convenient, but I would go other places since there are so many great places around. in a pinch, this was great quality food onsite at a hotel!
We were a group of 9 that came for Christmas dinner. We had reservations and we were seated immediatetly. Our server was very nice but not very attentive or quick with our drinks or extra items we requested. The burgers were amazing and reasonably priced for what we got. We have been going to the Daily Grill for Christmas dinner but Relish will be our choice in the future?
This place is fun, good for business and leisure lunch and the food is very high quality. Natalia, our waitress was the best server I have had in a long time and really went out of her way to accommodate us.
The only reason I do not give it an outstanding is that they have no real gluten-free options. The veggie burger, has gluten and the chicken patty has gluten. If one does not eat beef or fish, there are no options other than salads. I assume they can do the grill cheese on GF bread, but they should have chicken, veggie patties and buffalo meat options without gluten.
We were seated promptly, had a great table and the service made up for the lack of GF options.
Went to meet a client, who was at a conference at the Westin, and noticed this restaurant had good reviews. We were going to park at lot in hotel, but was closed so asked valet cost. They indicated restaurant validated. We met client who had breakfast at prior meeting, so all ended up just having drinks.
We had no issues when we requested validation. Within a couple minutes of leaving restaurants manager called to educate me that they only validate for lunch on and not for drinks. I asked them to educate valets and servers. What struck me as rude is my client left. They could have explained to me and told me only validated when spent certain amount or not at all. To call me after the fact to tell me this was rude and extremely unprofessional. Did he expect me to turn around and reimburse him?
Fine dining is special and to be appreciated with the Belltown area of Seattle having several choices. But sometimes you want a really good burger (or other basic comfort food) with the expected accompanying offerings and when this is the mood you're in then Relish Burger Bistro is a 'go to' place to satisfy this urging.
Food was delicious however going bunless (because I am gluten-free) made it really awkward to eat. They stacked my food between lettuce instead of wrapping it.
Also, their server was awful. He kept making fun of my partner and my friend who was arriving late. He kept talking about mistakes he was often apt to make and had us waiting for quite a while. Overall it was awkward and painful to endure, especially since it was a professional lunch.
If you're lucky enough to have a window seat, like I did than you have the only good experience you're about to have already. The menu is very limited, and it took the hostess and the waiter 3 tries to get us the correct menu. We first waited over 20 minutes to have our order taken in a restaurant that was not crowded, and then he came back and said, "we must have given you the wrong menus". They returned later with different ones which we browsed. They were breakfast menus, also incorrect. Once he came back, we had to tell them again to find us the correct menu so we could order again.
The drink I ordered was terrible and almost pure sugar, I had to leave it.
I had to ask for more water on 3 different occasions.
The food tasted good, and seemed of good quality. However, it didn't make up for the lack of choices, and the poor service and the poor drinks.
My wife and I are vegetarians, and we didn't have a whole lot to choose from. But the black bean burger was excellent, as were the yam fries. I also really liked the whole wheat bun the burger was on. I would have appreciated something with the burger, but there were salads and sides that we could have ordered. The waitress was very nice and the service good.
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