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- Timings: 12:00 am - 01:00 am Details
- Ticket Price: Free
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Best cooked steak ever and I eat it cold. The sides where also great (mash and greens). Service was great and very intuitive. Would go every time I'm in Seattle. And I went to Morton's the next week and it does not compare. I also ordered it to go and it was 30 mins before closing and they still cooked like it was the first one of the night. Thank You!
An original member of the fine dining in Seattle. All the starters are worth a try but don't miss the ravioli or the braised Lamb tougne. Limited mains are all wonderful, especially the pasta. Great ambience topped by the horseshoe bar and mural.
I've been eating and drinking at the Palace Kitchen over many years and it never gets boring. Menus change with the seasons; the cocktail menu and hosted beers are always inventive and the staff are great - attentive, and making great recommendations on pairing dishes/drinks. Everyone should have (or at least share) the Palace Burger and the grilled chicken at least once in their lives!
Nice place to have drink and dinner in downtown area. They have limited items in menu but all the items taste good. I tried giant turkey leg which came with slice of breads and tasty white sauce.
Good food, southern inspired with a twist. The chicken is fantastic. Cocktails are good too. A little pricey but go for happy hour and it'll be reasonable.