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The 120-‐seat restaurant is Chef Jason Stoneburner’s homage to the varied cooking styles of the Mediterranean and the natural bounty of the Pacific Northwest with a focus on stone hearth cooking. The inviting restaurant is furnished with architectural objects and antiques from all over the globe, giving it a warm, timeless feel. Private dining is available in the restaurant with the Olympic Rooftop Pavilion providing stunning event space atop the hotel.
Seattle, WA 98107
Italian, Pizzeria, Vegetarian
Hours of Operation:
Weekend brunch from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Dinner is daily from 5p.m. to 10p.m. and until 11 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. A light fare bar menu is offered daily from 3p.m. to 5 p.m.
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Parking is also available in the Hotel Ballard parking garage, accessible from Leary Ave NW and 20th Ave NW
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Stoneburner Ratings and Reviews
The wine we chose at first was not great. Our server got the wine Steward to come to our table. He brought 4 bottles of what he thought we would like and went through describing each.
Needless to say the wine we chose was delicious. We had two bottle! Great service
Spent a wonderful evening here for our last night in Seattle, got to really feel like we scratched more than the surface of the food scene. Was nice, slightly pricey, but great pizza and matching cocktails. Would be fantastic for a larger group, as it was it served its purpose to set the night up for success. The service was great with authentic recommendations. Dessert menu could serve to be improved, only had three options that were not gluten free. Nice street to bar hop on, even if the location was pretty far outside of the downtown core.
The gnocchi was probably the best dish, the lamb bacon was amazing.
We happened upon Stoneburner for a Saturday night dinner. It has a cozy atmosphere with a varied menu. We opted for several vegetable sides and the grilled octopus small plate. Everything was well prepared, delicious and well plated. We will definitely return to try some of their mains when we are hungrier.
Great service and very knowledgeable wait staff. I did not care for the Bloody Mary (handmade) at all- thick tomato juice, blah, and loaded with salt around the rim (pretty but WAY too much salt!) it was hard to get around salt to the drink. Expensive and hand made or not, would not order again.
I had the carbonara- pasta was cooked to perfection and poached egg was perfect- for me dish was too rich and I ordered the wrong item.
Tried this restaurant as part of Seattle Restaurant Week. The two of us shared one entre (white sauce pizza (10", the rim broiled to charcoal but the crust underneath very good and the seasoning very good) plus one $33 three-course-special dinner (brussels sprouts soup - unusual seasoning, quite good, very creamy and pureed beyond any recognition as brussels sprouts; meatballs with braised spinach - again unusual vinegary seasoning, and quite good; olive oil cake with ginger icecream and hucklebberry sauce - brilliant combination and fantastically good). No alcohol, $66 for the total bill including $10 tip - service was good. However, overall it was only barely good value for money for Restaurant Week. Would come back again for the dessert, however.
Was our first visit. Very Delicious food; everyone had something different....Gnocchi, Halibut, Steak, Octopus. Salads were fantastic. Only negative was noise level which was uncomfortably high. Service was excellent. Desserts while delicious....would't have minded if more simple. A simple sizeable slice of olive oil (bundt) cake (not sweet) with huckleberries would have been wonderful. Just cake and berries. No mascarpone and ginger ice cream necessary ... can always offer as an upgrade! Hope they also always have sorbet, fruit, and non-fruit flavors, for non-dairy guests. Will be returning to Stoneburner for sure.
Had an early dinner with family; just missed happy hour, unfortunately. Loved the burrata toast! 2 of the 4 of us were vegetarians, so choices were (as usual) a bit limited, but the carrots and cauliflower dishes were delicious. We did not have pizza, but I'm sure it was good. I was looking forward to the meatballs (I'm not a vegetarian!) but thought they were nothing special. I was excited to try to stuffed olives, and they were okay, but nothing to rave about.
Had the chanterelle and yukon potato pizza, the breakfast pizza and a burger (among 4 people) - good quality food, fresh ingredients. The house ginger beer was really fresh too. Affable servers though had to wait a bit longer than expected for the food. We’ll go back for more meals....
All the dishes we tried were very, very good. Some real hidden gems in the wine list so take your time, and they have good opinions to help. Super friendly staff, extremely kid friendly (1yr) prompt in the kitchen, and overall our best dining experience in Seattle this trip. We will without a doubt be back soon.
The food was great, but for someone like my husband, the portions were not very large. It's probably better advertised as a tapas scene; you'll want to order a bunch and share. That having been said, I can see this easily becoming a pricy experience. It's great for special occasions, especially in the summer when they can open the windows.
Lovely spot for a birthday dinner. The restaurant was extremely gracious at handling our last-minute reservation changes (more and more people kept being added by the birthday boy!). The food was IMPECCABLE and satisfied the foodies in the group as well as the less "sophisticated" eaters (the age range of our group was 17-87). Gorgeous preparation and true freshness and quality of ingredients. Going as large group allowed us to order family style and try a bit of everything -- highly recommend way to dine here. Stoneburner offers a beautiful neighborhood ambiance. As a large group we were tucked away in a nice corner of the restaurant near the wine "cellar" (walls of wine) where we could overlook the restaurant and still enjoy the open air flowing through the main part of the restaurant via the open garage-door style large windows. The only confusion was we thought we had to be out a certain time for another reservation that needed our table, but service was quite slow (flagging down waitress to get drink orders, etc.). We weren't in any rush, and the restaurant never once rushed us, which allowed for a leisurely experience, but I felt sort of bad thinking we needed to be out at a certain point. I can't wait to come back, perhaps just my husband and I, to enjoy their smaller booths.
Apparently the pizza oven was down which removed 2 sections of food items from availability. Great thing was the restaurant called ahead and warned us. We were still willing to give it a try. The oven was just being re-booted as we arrived and we were told 3 things from 3 people about when pizza and roasted veggies would be available. Front desk told us 30 min, waitress told us 1.5 hrs, manager said maybe 15 min and they would test some food. We all decided that with all the different answers we'd just get pasta instead of waiting and maybe having to get pasta anyway.
The bad thing was the group next to us ordered same time as us but sure enough they had a hot pizza show up 10 min before our pasta showed up. Looks like their waitress was asking more questions and better plugged into the restaurants operations. Our dishes were not bad but for $20+ they were just so-so. Pasta was a bit more al dente than it should of been. Bar drinks were good. Little bit expensive for the portions size but it was a little more upscale establishment
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