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About Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge
Our signature restaurant, Six Seven in downtown Seattle, Washington, offers inspired cuisine drawing from Pacific Northwest, Pan-Asian, and Regional American flavors. Located in the Edgewater, Seattle’s only waterfront hotel, our restaurant and lounge is a natural showcase with floor to ceiling views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. Chef Jesse Souza and the culinary team feature seasonally rotating menus which include items such as Dungeness Crab and Shrimp Cake with Tomato-Ginger Jam, BLT Salad with Candied Bacon, Heirloom Tomato, and Poblano Ranch, Cedar Planked King Salmon with Truffled Corn and Local Honey, Miso Glazed Black Cod with Edamame and Ginger Carrots, and Blue Cheese Crusted Filet of Beef with Asparagus and Foraged Mushroom Ragout.
Seattle, WA 98121
Seafood, Northwest, Contemporary American
Hours of Operation:
Breakfast: Mon-Fri: 6:30-11am, Weekend Brunch on the Bay: Sat-Sun 6:30-2:30pm Lunch: Mon-Fri: 11a-2:30p Lounge Menu: Daily 2:30-11p Dinner: Daily 5:30-10pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Carte Blanche, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Happy Hour on the Edge Sunday-Thursday from 3pm to 6pm $6 Wine Specials, $6 Draft Beers and $14 Appetizers. Music to Your Ears Friday & Saturday Nights From 9:30pm to midnight.
We create a customized menu to suit each event's purpose. Contact Sales & Catering at (206) 971-5703 for further information.
Valet only, $8.00/vehicle.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Entertainment, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge Ratings and Reviews
After we found a bar maid the service was good. Very loud bar. Dinner was very good, but again very loud. We have been here several times and it wasn't this loud. You are at water level watching the Sound Ferries come and go. Steak and seafood menu cooked exactly as we ordered.....but not cheap. I know we will go back again. But it was difficult to have a conversation.
The restaurant has great ambience, intimately dim, which warranted the cool back-lit menus and a cocktail and wine list on a tablet. The wine selection was excellent but I was a bit disappointed that their house Moscow mule was not served in a copper mug. The food was wonderful, I highly recommend the diver scallops and salmon - the seafood here is cooked to perfection. As far as sides go, and if you’re willing to share, any entree needs accompanied by the lobster mac & cheese - a creamy, cheesy delight chock-full of lobster. I think this restaurant would be amazing before sunset because it’s right on the water, but we came for sinner and even a windowside table didn’t reveal much of the bay outside. This is definitely a special occasion restaurant and next time I’ll book a reservation during the day.
My friend and I arrived for our 7:45 reservation to a full and quite noisy room. However, we were seated at a small round booth which allowed for conversation and a lovely view to the water. Within an hour the restaurant quieted and we could enjoy our dinner in relative peace. The kale salad was outstanding and a generous portion even when divided in two. My friend had the salmon which was beautifully plated delicious . I had the black cod and again was impressed how beautiful the plate was with two pretty bunches of tiny mushrooms (don't know what they are called). They disappointed, however, being so tough I left them uneaten. Nevertheless, the fish was fabulous and I loved the greens with it. I'd order it again. The service was outstanding. Beware of $8 surcharge for pile maintenance. It could be a surprise if you can't read the tiny print on the menu.
Menu selection was nothing to creative or out of this world but the braised short rib and the pan seared diver scallops were absolutely delicious. The scallops were buttery and complimented with crispy pancetta that made the meal that much better. My boyfriend got a solid moscow mule and I had the Hemingway Daiquiri that I thoroughly enjoyed. the hotel is beautiful and right be the water. Ambience was very very dimly lit but it was cool because they had these cool light up menus. But definitely a dark lounge feel in the evening. Service was great but nothing too notable. Valet is cheap at $8. We enjoyed our time at the edgewater six seven
I ordered the Avocado Omelet. I asked the wait person for no potatoes. When she brought it, there were no potatoes or anything else---a small well done omelet on a large plate. Maybe, I should have asked for a substitution like fruit.....but she made no effort to ask if I wanted something else since I requested no potatoes. I was still hungry and stopped at Starbuck's for a blueberry muffin.
The server was pleasant and brought coffee refills---
My friend was here from New York for a conference and I wanted to show off our waterfront and booked lunch at The Edgewater. It was a mistake.
The view was totally amazing. We booked through OpenTable with a note that it's my husband's birthday. We were late about 15 minutes, and were told our reservation was canceled and made again so that the front desk was not able to get us the table by the window. However, only one of the two reserved tables by the window was used after we were seated. Wish our request could be accommodated on a special day!
Inside of a hotel, this restaurant has fantastic water views, great anbience inside the bar area and dining area, and fantastic food. Our waitress annie was great and very attentative. This place would be great for a date night or business meeting. Business casual dressing or nicer would be appropriate.
Found the menu reasonably priced and just enough variety to find something for your liking. Came here to celebrate with my Fiancé on our new engagement while on vacation and though it was a little loud from a specific group we still found it very romantic. Our waiter was awesome and gave us a complimentary dessert for our special occasion.
A Great server, Marlene. The restaurant was very busy for Sunday brunch but Marlene was very attentative to our table. We were celebration two Birthdays and she surprised us we wonderful dessert. Thank you Edgewater for having such a great server. Roy Schaefer
Great place. Pricing is fair, service phenomenal. Was slightly disappointed because a 3rd party website, idk if it was trip advisor or yelp, but the 3rd party made it seem like they served brunch everyday but they only do on Saturday and Sunday. Our sever made up for it though with a sincere smile and discounted truffle fries:) (also yes I realize it's my fault for not going to their website directly). I will definitely be back.
Been here before a few times. Food is tops, wine list is very good, with many NW wines being prominent. On the water, cozy but can be somewhat loud at times. Cocktails are excellent. Definitely pricy, but worth it for a special occasion. Good for entertaining out-of-towners too.
This is our go-to place for date night or a special occasion. Nowhere else in Seattle do you actually feel like you're on the water. Summer time drinks or meals here are a real treat, but storm watching is equally fun. The food is great and I love the pineapple martini and ambiance.
Very nice ambience, food and service, however, was very disappointed that we had made our reservation more than a month in advance and asked for a window table for our anniversary dinner. Upon arriving we were told that a window table would not be available for another 45 minutes! Long & short, nice restaurant but don't expect special requests to be honored.
TWide open restaurant with windows overlooking the bay. Unique modern rustic decor. We started out a little concerned because it took a good 20 minutes after being seated before anyone addressed us. Our server was pleasant and offered good recommendations but delivered our starters separately (must have forgot one them). Caesar was good and risotto was tasty but quite soupy. The miso glazed cod and the roquefort filet were both melt in your mouth perfection! A side of dungess crab was excellent as well. Ended with key lime pie. Lastly, our bill included 6 cocktails vs only having 2 so that was another problem encountered by our server and upon notifying him he seemed angered. Too bad because the food was crazy good!!!
The restaurant experience was not what I had read in reviews. It was my daughters 30th birthday. Their customer service was horrible from the moment we walked through the door. Our waiter was equally nonprofessional. I would never go back. The food also was below standard for a Seattle restaurant.
3.5% extra charge on our bill for "maintaining a waterfront property". ?? I call BS. We already choose to eat there BECAUSE it is a waterfront property thereby nixing the quality competition for our food dollars in Seattle. We already pay high prices ($20 for breakfast entree) because it is a waterfront property. We already pay an extra 10 bucks for the valet only parking option. We already pay sales tax as well so it feels like getting nickled and dimed to death.
We took the unadvertised extra cost out of the tip, which is horribly unfair to the server. Reason for doing is if servers bring it to the attention of management that it's a sneaky & surprising add on perhaps something will be done about it.
Perhaps if my go to benedict had been up to par I would have reacted less negatively to the extra charge, but the crab tasted old, the hollandaise was cold and the english muffin was soggy under the benedict. Not my normal experience at this restaurant - new chef? new management?
I have a question: what’s the point of making a reservation and being on time, if once we get there we have to wait 30 (thirty!) minutes for our table to be ready?!? I thought the whole point of a reservation was to ensure the table IS ready. Another question: what’s the point of specifying it’s a special occasion and requesting a nice table if we then receive the worst table in the entire restaurant right by the entry/exit to the kitchen?!? Absurd. Oh but you comped the bread hahahahahahaha
This place was disappointing. They are living off the location. My food came out cold and after I sent it back it was warm but not hot. The interior was not at all what I expected. The pictures on their site made it look like an upscale place. It was more like a 1950 mountain lodge. Very disappointed.
The option of choosing your fish plus method of preparation is brilliant. More restaurants should offer this option. The space is light, airy, and comfortable, but too open and bustling for intimate dining. The bartenders are very young and have no idea how to interact with customers. Don't expect vibe at the bar.
Seated, with no wait, a few minutes before our reservation. Service was prompt, attentive and not overbearing. The meal was very good. Noise level was raised due to many guests likely headed to the Seahawks game that evening. The noise was not excessive, however it was noticeable. Paying for parking and a facility service surcharge seemed a bit excessive, however the overall price was not particularly out of line for the meal, setting and service.
I'm so glad I picked this restaurant for our date night. Originally, I had hoped to sit by a window to look out over the water at sunset, but she wanted a booth instead, and what a wonderful choice that was. The booth was a semi-circle with a wall behind us, and it allowed us get cozy while providing the perfect vantage point to watch the sunset and everyone else.
We shared the lobster mac, pear salad, and breads, and ordered three glasses of wine. Throw in the valet and a tip for the server, and it was a $100 dinner. It was worth every penny knowing that my girl was pleased. I definitely recommend this restaurant.
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