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Our restaurant menus and décor are inspired by the culinary spoils of the Pacific Northwest, and we take great pride in working with our local farmers and producers to ensure quality and dependability. Our lounge has become a neighbourhood favourite for happy hour or pre-theater drinks and bites. Our team of mixologists create one-of-a-kind specialty and classic cocktails to pair with our small plate offerings.
Seattle, WA 98101
Contemporary American, Northwest, Seafood
Hours of Operation:
Daily: 6:30am - 11:00am
Saturday & Sunday: 6:30am - 2:30pm
Daily: 11:00am - 2:30pm
5:00pm - 12:00am
$30 and under
AMEX, Diners Club, Discover, JCB, MasterCard, Visa
Urbane Restaurant validates parking at the Hyatt Olive 8. Parking fee is $8.00 after validation up to 5 hours.
Accessible on most downtown bus routes
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, Corkage Fee, Entertainment, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Urbane has a variety of private and semi-private dining options available for your next special occasion or event. Contact us for further information.
Urbane Ratings and Reviews
Very expensive for what you get. We had brunch and ordered one of the egg dishes. For $16 it was a very small portion of eggs, one piece of toast, and a plateful of potatoes (a cheap way to fill up a plate). Add to that that there's very little parking near there and we spent $11 to park, it was a very expensive, okay but not great, meal with so little food we went home and ate again. (And we are not big eaters.) Definitely a captive audience pricing situation--near theaters and attached to a hotel, so people will pay for the location. We won't be going back.
We went here for lunch before a matinee at the Paramount with my 9 yr old daughter. The service was efficient and they got us served and out in time for our show. The food was mostly good, however we ordered their tomato soup which was too spicy for me and my daughter. The menu didn't mention that it was spicy. Still, the rest of the food was very good. One slightly irritating point is that they automatically add 20% gratuity to the bill, which wasn't immediately obvious. Still, I'd go back again for a pre or post show meal.
Wonderful atmosphere and ambiance the food was great and unique. The service was decent our waitress at first seemed inattentive but we quickly realized it seemed she was flying solo. The support staff were excellent explaining our charcuterie to us and asking us if we had any questions ( I wish I would have got her name she was great.) Overall great experience for the price and location. Thus a visit is a must!!
This restaurant practices farm to table. The dishes are creative and very good. Though not extensive, the wine list is local and pairs very well with the chefs creations. I definitely recommend it for anyone staying at the Hyatt hotel and locals looking for something special. Try the local Barbera... Not as soft as the Italians, but it works very well with the spiciness of the duck.
Had a great stay at the Hyatt Olive 8 and ate at Urbane 3 times - once for dinner and twice for breakfast. Had really delicious food and excellent service each time! Creative menu that makes use of fresh local ingredients. I loved the salmon and hubby said his duck was very good. Nice charcuterie plate starter. Breakfasts were excellent. Great spot within close walking distance to the Paramoint Theater. Very friendly and efficient service.
Prior to dining at Urbane, I was unaware of their 20% surcharge that is automatically added to the final bill. While I understand the restaurant trying to comply with the minimum wage increases in Seattle, I was a little incensed by this automatic assumption, and the percentage that is assumed.
For one, my company has a 15% tip maximum allowance for business meals. Typically, I add to that, depending on the service. In addition, I tip on a sliding scale depending on wine and alcoholic beverages added to the bill. This sweeping surcharge caught me off guard, as the meal itself was not cheap.
The food was just "okay", I would not go back for it, and the service was just "okay". Our server brought a dessert menu before we were finished with our main course, and asked for our dessert order while my guest was still eating her dinner.
Again, I understand the underlying reason for the surcharge, but forcing a guest's hand/wallet to pay an automatic 20% on their bill when the food and service is mediocre, in my opinion, is simply bad business.
Tipping has always been a "gratuity" for just that, gratitude for an amazing experience. Where is the incentive for the employees to go above and beyond and provide a memorable experience for the guests? Great Experiences + Happy Customers= Referrals and Return Visits. That is simple Business 101.
Admittedly, I did not look into this surcharge prior to making my reservation, I will own that, but being forced to pay more for what I thought was less, did not sit well with me. Needless to say, I will not be recommending or returning to Urbane.
My nephew got the pastrami sandwich and couldn't eat it - so much fat he couldn't even bite through it. I ordered the grilled cheese with peppers but only got the grilled cheese. Their tomato soup was good. They kindly took my nephew's sandwich off the bill, but with my grilled cheese, iced tea and his beer the bill was just over $27. Seems ridiculous for one sandwich and 2 drinks.
The lobster Benedict is worth traveling for. I live in NYC and make sure I go for this dish whenever I'm in Seattle.
I must add that I went to this restaurant on another occasion for a late night burger. I explicitly asked for my burger to be MEDIUM RARE. I don't eat well done burgers as they taste like cardboard.
I got cardboard. The restaurant graciously apologized but I ended my Seattle trip with a disappointment
I hope that was a singular aberration in what has always been a great dining experience with well prepared food.
Easily in the TOP 5 best restaurant experiences! We had a party of seven (including a 5yo and a 3mo old) and from the moment we arrived (15 minutes early) they were attentive and responsive. They went out of their way to make sure we weren't crammed into a booth, and that there was adequate room for the baby's car-seat. Once seated, our server Jennell made us feel welcome and comfortable – even with all our high-maintenance food issues. She was on top of every request and was proactive in making us feel taken care of. The food was ah-MAH-zing and even when we had a slight hiccup with one of the dishes they took care of it before we had a chance to finish our sentence.
No one greeted or seated us for too long when we arrived. The kitchen made a switch to the entree, didn't tell the waiter, and only fessed up when asked. The waiter didn't offer pepper for our salads and dropped off a plastic grocery store grinder when asked. These and other minor happenings made the service not up to par with other similar restaurants. Now I know why we got a reservation last minion a Saturday.
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