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About Stanley & Seafort's
From the moment you walk through the doors, you'll know it is time to relax and have a great meal. The breathtaking views, the gracious hospitality and honest cuisine work together to ensure that your dining experience is a memorable one. Enjoy a succulent steak or a plump fillet of Fresh King Salmon and you'll know why Stanley and Seafort's is a Tacoma original...
Stanley and Seafort's. Tacoma's Landmark Dinnerhouse.
Tacoma, WA 98404
Steak, Seafood, American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Hours: Monday-Friday: 11:15am-3pm
Dinner Hours: Sunday-Thursday 4pm-9pm, Friday and Saturday 4pm-9:30pm.
Lounge open until 10:30pm Fridays and Saturdays.
Weekend Brunch: Saturday and Sunday 11am-3pm
Early Dining Discounted Menu: Sunday-Thursday 4pm-5:30pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private and non-private seating for groups up to 30.
Private lot under the building & across the street.
Pacific Avenue & 34th Street East
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Stanley & Seafort's Ratings and Reviews
I requested a table right next to the window for a great view as it was our 14th Anniversary as well as Valentines Day. I was very pleased to see that they honored that request and we were given the best table for two by the window (and right next to the heater for my wife!) in the restaurant, as far as I was concerned. Thanks, S&S! The food was very delicious too.
This place is pricey by Tacoma standards, but it was a special occasion and we had a gift card so we felt it was worth the indulgence. Our meal was excellent, and thanks to our waiter (Jose, I think) for the great recommendation of the Waygu Beef Wellington. Not to miss is the Broadway Pea Salad, a longtime favorite at S&S.
We have been coming to S&S annually for our anniversary. We were married there 21 years ago. So we've seen just about everything. The food is outstanding. However, the kitchen seemed to be a bit off this evening. Clam chowder was warm, not hot. Brussels sprouts with pork chop not appealing; almost as bad as asparagus. The chop was perfect! The planked trout needed a magnifying glass to find it. About two inches wide and four inches long. Serving size disappointing for the price; taste was good although not very smoked. Key Lime Pie was a half serving, until our excellent server caught it and brought out the second half. As always, S&S servers are well attentive, suggestive selling and prompt service. On to year 22.
Took my 14 year old daughter here on a daddy daughter date for valentine's day. We did the early dinner for $29 before 5:30pm.
We got there at 445 and had to ask for the early dinner menu and then got a lecture from our waiter that you can't use Groupon discounts on it. We'll I didn't have a Groupon and I'm not cheap like was being insinuated. Was a bit insulting actually.
We started with calamari and it was pretty much a plate full of fryer breading and artichokes. The actual calamari pcs were so tiny and limited. We were very disappointed.
When food came, my daughters waygu steak was tiny - I mean 5 bites and it was gone! I had chicken fettuccine and the chicken was so overcooked and dry I couldn't even eat it. We both had creme brulee for dessert and the top was so burnt that it was all you could taste. The chowder was the only thing that was right. We were really looking forward to this date and I have to say we both were really disappointed. I expected a whole lot more out of Stanleys for our $100 bill.
Stanley and Seaford's serves absolutely phenomenal food. Their prime rib was the most tender steak I have ever had, and their raspberry torte was heavenly. I went with my girlfriend for a birthday/Valentine's day date, after trying to find a good restaurant within a reasonable distance from PLU. I am happy that we stumbled upon this gem. If we had chosen to make reservations at a less busy hour, the noise level would not have been bothersome, but that's essentially my only complaint. They are pricey, but the flavor in the food makes it well worth the cost. I hope to return again soon.
We had an amazing experience, the food, service, and views at Stanley's are all impeccable. Whether it is a special occasion or not this is worth the indulgence. We enjoyed the wagyu meatloaf Wellington, crab stuffed sole, pistachio crusted mahi mahi, and filet mignon. Would strongly recommend their key lime pie for a refreshing, lighter dessert.
We received a coupon for dinner for 4, so we went with friends. Great view, we were seated promptly at a terrific table, prompt and friendly service. Sadly, the food didn’t live up to the prices. My mahi-mahi was not as flavorful as it should have been, and the ‘crispy couscous ‘ was soft and bland. My husband’s meatloaf Wellington was good, but the vegetables were cold. The check for four of us was well over $200. It would have been ok at half the price.
This place was probably pretty high class in 1984 with it's oak, brass, and etched glass décor. The best feature was the view from the dining area. The least impressive feature was the food. We had the prime rib which tasted like it came from an all-you-can-eat buffet. Time for Jon Taffer and Jeff Ramsey to do a little rescuing.
Came here for my birthday. I had the scallops and grits the special and he had the NY steak with prawns both were really good. The sauce on his steak was so great. For dessert we had the chocolate indulgence cake with ice cream. The cake was so moist and the hot chocolate sauce they give you so you can pour over your cake..... delicious. So far we've been here twice and both times have been wonderful. Can't wait to come back.
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