Contemporary comfort food in an urban neighborhood setting.
Side recommendations: hash browns and sourdough toast. Both are excellent.
Brunch, tamales, cocktails
Basically everything for families and little kids
I go to eat there once q month since I was four years old. The service has changed, still amazing!!!!😊😀😁😂😃😄😆😇😉😜😘
Try their drink with lavender in it, delicious. If the weather is nice, ask to sit out in the back.
Super busy for a Sunday brunch. Food not worth it for an hour wait (for table and food)
The chocolate cake here is good! Always moist.
Try the Ciopolini - Lovely. Fresh ling cod, mussels and clams. With a nice burst of lemon for brightness
Try the Pecan Pie - Yum.
Try the Pasta Saltimbocca - Chicken. Fontina cheese. Columbia city bakery bread... Yum!
really great service, happy to accommodate special requests
Longest waits in all of Seattle. Bomb food. Worth wait? Questionable
Try the Bouillabaisse
Try the Roasted Chicken
Honky Tonk every Monday night!
Try the Spanish Fishermans Stew
The huevos rancheros are eggcellent!
If you go on Sunday, the bartender Shawn makes the BEST bloody marys!!!
Everything on the breakfast menu is delicious, and their scotch selection inspires confidence.
Another exceptional dinner by John's team! We love the coconut bathed mussels and Barbara's Pie.
breakfast is excellent. isanely good benedict. bloody mary seems rather good with a nice kick.
Always one of the best neighborhood places to drop in for a casual dinner-- when fried chicken is one the menu, get there early or call ahead because it will sell out. And the catfish is spectacular.
Steve Miller cover songs make you really love your peaches and want to shake your trees.
90's cover bands are the best!
Imperial Mix-Up is fantastic even if it seems an odd brunch dish
graham cracker chocolate martini bested anything i've had around town.. sublime!
Come on a Monday for live music by the rolling blackouts!
if you bring a young child ask for a bucket of toys when you arrive.