Six Seven

★★★☆☆
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  • 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67

    Seattle, WA 98121

    Cross street: Wall Street

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  • 206-269-4575

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Six Seven restaurant at the Edgewater Hotel is a great example of edgy hip meets Seattle. The decor is a mix of metal, leather and wood. Imagine, half wood half steel floor to ceiling beams and leather couches with the gorgeous Puget Sound view behind you.

The restaurant consists of a larger indoor dining area, and a small outdoor seating area. The bar is a loungy mix of couches and armchairs with tables for dining.

Unless you are entertaining a crowd, the best bet is to head out for their great happy hour. Thursday-Sunday 3p-6p Six Seven offers $5 appetizers, $6 specialty cocktails, and $3.75 beers. I recommend the fish and chips - it's huge! They no longer offer the mac n cheese at happy hour, which is sad, but the mussels are great too.

On Saturday nights, at the bar they have ladies night with FREE champagne for the chicas! It's not a one-time thing either. Grab your ladies, pony up to the bar and you will be offered (for you shy ones) champagne by the generous and helpful bar staff.

Music and sometimes DJs and live bands play in the background making a Six Seven a great place to start out your nigh.

Cheers!

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★★★★★

Six Seven restaurant at the Edgewater Hotel is a great example of edgy hip meets Seattle. The decor is a mix of metal, leather and wood. Imagine, half wood half steel floor to ceiling beams and leather couches with the gorgeous Puget Sound view behind you.

The restaurant consists of a larger indoor dining area, and a small outdoor seating area. The bar is a loungy mix of couches and armchairs with tables for dining.

Unless you are entertaining a crowd, the best bet is to head out for their great happy hour. Thursday-Sunday 3p-6p Six Seven offers $5 appetizers, $6 specialty cocktails, and $3.75 beers. I recommend the fish and chips - it's huge! They no longer offer the mac n cheese at happy hour, which is sad, but the mussels are great too.

On Saturday nights, at the bar they have ladies night with FREE champagne for the chicas! It's not a one-time thing either. Grab your ladies, pony up to the bar and you will be offered (for you shy ones) champagne by the generous and helpful bar staff.

Music and sometimes DJs and live bands play in the background making a Six Seven a great place to start out your nigh.

Cheers!

Pros: Swank and Sexy Vibe, Great happy Hour

Cons: Crowded bar and very aggressive Seaguls

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Ok so I have to admit that every time I've come to the Sex Seven at the Edgewater Hotel, it's been for a private party hosted in their bar. So my experience is mainly about their private events, not their restaurant.

But... they do fabulous private parties. You get the entire bar area & part of the outdoor seating area for the exclusive use of the private party. The cater the most delicious food, especially their cheeses. They can make some signature drinks.

And did I talk about the view... the view is incredible! Wish they had more outdoor seating & more window seating.

The bathrooms are just so-so. Parking sucks. You have to either find street parking or the valet cost like $7-$15 depending on the event you go to. It's not a flat rate, it's based on your event (which doesn't make much sense to me).

Oh and I do like the decor & the bar area... very nice.

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★★★★☆

Ok so I have to admit that every time I've come to the Sex Seven at the Edgewater Hotel, it's been for a private party hosted in their bar. So my experience is mainly about their private events, not their restaurant.

But... they do fabulous private parties. You get the entire bar area & part of the outdoor seating area for the exclusive use of the private party. The cater the most delicious food, especially their cheeses. They can make some signature drinks.

And did I talk about the view... the view is incredible! Wish they had more outdoor seating & more window seating.

The bathrooms are just so-so. Parking sucks. You have to either find street parking or the valet cost like $7-$15 depending on the event you go to. It's not a flat rate, it's based on your event (which doesn't make much sense to me).

Oh and I do like the decor & the bar area... very nice.

Pros: the view

Cons: little outdoor seating

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This is a great place to spend a sunny summer afternoon, the patio is beautiful and you can sit in the sun and watch boats go by in the seattle harbor. Unfortunately though there are not a lot of outdoor tables and they are usually taken. Its a great place for photos. The inside is nice too, but the outside is definetly choice. Barstaff are friendly and make good drinks. This is also a good bathroom to use if you are in the downtown area and need somewhere to stop off, its pretty classy. Another great place to take out of town guests if you are blessed with a sunny day and want to show them the beauty of Seattle.

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★★★★☆

This is a great place to spend a sunny summer afternoon, the patio is beautiful and you can sit in the sun and watch boats go by in the seattle harbor. Unfortunately though there are not a lot of outdoor tables and they are usually taken. Its a great place for photos. The inside is nice too, but the outside is definetly choice. Barstaff are friendly and make good drinks. This is also a good bathroom to use if you are in the downtown area and need somewhere to stop off, its pretty classy. Another great place to take out of town guests if you are blessed with a sunny day and want to show them the beauty of Seattle.

Pros: on the water, fancy smancy, outdoor patio

Cons: pricey

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I was dining by myself and found that I had been forgotten a few times along with another woman I noticed dining by herself who had been COMPLETELY forgotten. If I had been her I would have walked. This was a Wednesday night. At times I felt like they were doing me a favor when I would ask for something.
Bottom line, I expected more for $80 clams. Alot more.

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★★☆☆☆

I was dining by myself and found that I had been forgotten a few times along with another woman I noticed dining by herself who had been COMPLETELY forgotten. If I had been her I would have walked. This was a Wednesday night. At times I felt like they were doing me a favor when I would ask for something.
Bottom line, I expected more for $80 clams. Alot more.

Pros: the VIEW

Cons: so so service, food didn't measure up to price

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Even though we live on the eastside, we visit Six Seven every Mother's Day for the most awesome brunch around. (The bacon alone is worth the drive but the made-to-order-while-you-wait omelets are great, too.) We also bring out of town guests there for dinner because it's hard to beat the charm of fine dining on the waterfront, even when the weather isn't the best. (In summer, the outside deck is open for seating). There really isn't a bad seat in the house. Wait staff NEVER rushes you and you feel free to relax and enjoy the experience.

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★★★★★

Even though we live on the eastside, we visit Six Seven every Mother's Day for the most awesome brunch around. (The bacon alone is worth the drive but the made-to-order-while-you-wait omelets are great, too.) We also bring out of town guests there for dinner because it's hard to beat the charm of fine dining on the waterfront, even when the weather isn't the best. (In summer, the outside deck is open for seating). There really isn't a bad seat in the house. Wait staff NEVER rushes you and you feel free to relax and enjoy the experience.

Pros: Beautiful waterfront view, creative dishes with NW flair

Cons: Parking can be an issue

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If you haven't been to Six Seven @ The Edgewater lately, it's high time you try it again!!! We had an incredible meal, and the service was friendly , courteous, and knowledgeable. The new Fall menu is one of the most creative I have seen as far as flavor combination's and execution. I also enjoyed the portion sizes, not too big, not too small, and for the smaller appetites, you are able to order half portions for many of the dishes.
We each had an appetizer, the Gnocchi and the Autumn Risotto. I can't say enough about the presentation of the dishes and the genius building of flavors! I wanted to try something different for my entree than what my husband was ordering, but I couldn't tear myself away from the scrumptious description of the Scarlet Snapper. It was cooked to perfection, melt in your mouth delicious! I would go back again and again for that dish alone!!! I really could go on and on about the food, but you'll just have to see for yourself!
The view was amazing, the water, the clouds, and the smallest break of sun. The restaurant manager even stopped at our table to ensure our complete satisfaction. We currently reside in the Seattle area, and have found another place to frequent!!! Thank you Six Seven!!!

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★★★★☆

If you haven't been to Six Seven @ The Edgewater lately, it's high time you try it again!!! We had an incredible meal, and the service was friendly , courteous, and knowledgeable. The new Fall menu is one of the most creative I have seen as far as flavor combination's and execution. I also enjoyed the portion sizes, not too big, not too small, and for the smaller appetites, you are able to order half portions for many of the dishes.
We each had an appetizer, the Gnocchi and the Autumn Risotto. I can't say enough about the presentation of the dishes and the genius building of flavors! I wanted to try something different for my entree than what my husband was ordering, but I couldn't tear myself away from the scrumptious description of the Scarlet Snapper. It was cooked to perfection, melt in your mouth delicious! I would go back again and again for that dish alone!!! I really could go on and on about the food, but you'll just have to see for yourself!
The view was amazing, the water, the clouds, and the smallest break of sun. The restaurant manager even stopped at our table to ensure our complete satisfaction. We currently reside in the Seattle area, and have found another place to frequent!!! Thank you Six Seven!!!

Pros: Incredible food

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My husband was sent to Seattle on a business trip, and decided to fly me to Seattle for the weekend to join him for our Anniversary (June 25). The 67 at the Edgewater had been recommended to my husband by Seattle clients, so we decided to trust their judgment. So glad we did!

Our table was set for two as if they were expecting us. This was a nice touch and made us feel welcome.

Upon greeting us, our server recognized our Anniversary immediately, and offered to bring us a glass of champagne to celebrate. This was amazing; we had only mentioned our Anniversary while making reservations, which clearly illustrated good flow of communication amongst the staff.

We had several questions regarding the menu, which was a bit confusing. Our server quickly and easily explained the menu and assisted us in our selections. She recommended that we choose from the Chef's 'composed' entrees, and described the flavors as a 'symphony'. I agree wholeheartedly!
I ordered the full Halibut, and my husband the Filet. OUTSTANDING flavor! Our server also recommended ordering a side dish to share, which was also amazing.

Overall, service was flawless. Our needs were met before we had to ask (as if she read our minds). I felt the staff genuinely cared to make our Anniversary enjoyable, and they succeeded! Even as we left we were thanked and wished a 'Happy Anniversary'.

The view was outstanding. We enjoyed the sailboat race right in front of the restaurant. Every table has a water view in this restaurant, and it is gorgeous!

Thank you to all the staff at 67. Our anniversary was wonderful! I had a hectic day at the airports, freeway in Seattle, etc. You turned our day from Awreck to Amazing!

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★★★★★

My husband was sent to Seattle on a business trip, and decided to fly me to Seattle for the weekend to join him for our Anniversary (June 25). The 67 at the Edgewater had been recommended to my husband by Seattle clients, so we decided to trust their judgment. So glad we did!

Our table was set for two as if they were expecting us. This was a nice touch and made us feel welcome.

Upon greeting us, our server recognized our Anniversary immediately, and offered to bring us a glass of champagne to celebrate. This was amazing; we had only mentioned our Anniversary while making reservations, which clearly illustrated good flow of communication amongst the staff.

We had several questions regarding the menu, which was a bit confusing. Our server quickly and easily explained the menu and assisted us in our selections. She recommended that we choose from the Chef's 'composed' entrees, and described the flavors as a 'symphony'. I agree wholeheartedly!
I ordered the full Halibut, and my husband the Filet. OUTSTANDING flavor! Our server also recommended ordering a side dish to share, which was also amazing.

Overall, service was flawless. Our needs were met before we had to ask (as if she read our minds). I felt the staff genuinely cared to make our Anniversary enjoyable, and they succeeded! Even as we left we were thanked and wished a 'Happy Anniversary'.

The view was outstanding. We enjoyed the sailboat race right in front of the restaurant. Every table has a water view in this restaurant, and it is gorgeous!

Thank you to all the staff at 67. Our anniversary was wonderful! I had a hectic day at the airports, freeway in Seattle, etc. You turned our day from Awreck to Amazing!

Pros: Flavor, service, ambiance

Cons: Slightly confusing menu

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Proportions were minute, the expense was not worth the venue or view. If you want to be treated like a kid you will enjoy the visit.

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★☆☆☆☆

Proportions were minute, the expense was not worth the venue or view. If you want to be treated like a kid you will enjoy the visit.

Pros: Location

Cons: Everything Else

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View was by far the best. We watched the sun set over the water. Gorgeous.
Menu was confusing. With 'half portions', one is led to believe 'full portions' must be huge. Our server explained that this was not the case, and we were thankful as regular portions are just right for the average diner.
Food was excellent with many wonderful flavors complimenting each other elloquently and harmoniously.
Service was wonderful, polished, professional. Our only complaint being that we counted our server having seven tables, which seemed to stretch our server thin. While observing, we noted that all servers seemed to be very busy. I felt service lacked, and at the same time believe this was due to overextended staff.

Overall, I was pleased with my experience, and most certainly will return.

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★★★☆☆

View was by far the best. We watched the sun set over the water. Gorgeous.
Menu was confusing. With 'half portions', one is led to believe 'full portions' must be huge. Our server explained that this was not the case, and we were thankful as regular portions are just right for the average diner.
Food was excellent with many wonderful flavors complimenting each other elloquently and harmoniously.
Service was wonderful, polished, professional. Our only complaint being that we counted our server having seven tables, which seemed to stretch our server thin. While observing, we noted that all servers seemed to be very busy. I felt service lacked, and at the same time believe this was due to overextended staff.

Overall, I was pleased with my experience, and most certainly will return.

Pros: Best views, superb food

Cons: Confusing menu, service

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Fabulous setting but we're still talking about the pathetic service 24hrs later. We had to get up from our seats to ask for menus, waited for 45' between first and second courses, and then were aghast at the bill. Fish was actually well prepared, but by the time the food arrived the kids were going crazy with the wait. Did I mention the service was awful? Don't bother with the "toppings" for the fish or meat - $10-15 buys about $2 worth of nibbles. If one goes then sit in the bar and have a few stiff ones to prepare oneself for the wait...

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★☆☆☆☆

Fabulous setting but we're still talking about the pathetic service 24hrs later. We had to get up from our seats to ask for menus, waited for 45' between first and second courses, and then were aghast at the bill. Fish was actually well prepared, but by the time the food arrived the kids were going crazy with the wait. Did I mention the service was awful? Don't bother with the "toppings" for the fish or meat - $10-15 buys about $2 worth of nibbles. If one goes then sit in the bar and have a few stiff ones to prepare oneself for the wait...

Pros: sunset views, waterfront

Cons: absence of waitstaff, overpriced, small portions

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The last time I went to 67 (2 years ago), the hosts lost my reservation, so we waited 45 minutes (it was my birthday), the servers were flat-out rude, and they gave us the wrong food.

Did it change? Earlier this week: BIG SURPRISE it was the same experience, only WORSE! Thanks for ruining my birthday dinner, 67!
---They gave us grief about seating, even though we had reserved outside seating; it was as if we had burdened them and the host said that they would ?have to ok it with the manager,? after staring at us with a frown. Awkward much?
---The portions have decreased significantly, and are NOT EVEN A FULL SERVING OF FOOD, but are twice the price as previously!
---You pay $18 to $40 for a plate of food that is accompanied by nothing?you have to order side dishes, which are not cheap! Ie, I ordered the $18 Halibut that was smaller than a deck of cards (I actually had a deck with me to measure it) and it had 3 mini mushrooms?nothing more! I had to order 3 more sides to make it a meal. And I was still hungry! And I?m 5?7 108 lb!
---All the dishes and sides were BLAND, and mediocre at best, especially for the prices.
-Our server had a foul attitude.

APPALLING at best.

DECLASSE!

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★☆☆☆☆

PLEASE READ

The last time I went to 67 (2 years ago), the hosts lost my reservation, so we waited 45 minutes (it was my birthday), the servers were flat-out rude, and they gave us the wrong food.

Did it change? Earlier this week: BIG SURPRISE it was the same experience, only WORSE! Thanks for ruining my birthday dinner, 67!
---They gave us grief about seating, even though we had reserved outside seating; it was as if we had burdened them and the host said that they would ?have to ok it with the manager,? after staring at us with a frown. Awkward much?
---The portions have decreased significantly, and are NOT EVEN A FULL SERVING OF FOOD, but are twice the price as previously!
---You pay $18 to $40 for a plate of food that is accompanied by nothing?you have to order side dishes, which are not cheap! Ie, I ordered the $18 Halibut that was smaller than a deck of cards (I actually had a deck with me to measure it) and it had 3 mini mushrooms?nothing more! I had to order 3 more sides to make it a meal. And I was still hungry! And I?m 5?7 108 lb!
---All the dishes and sides were BLAND, and mediocre at best, especially for the prices.
-Our server had a foul attitude.

APPALLING at best.

DECLASSE!

Pros: View

Cons: Everything else

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its wonderfull to see the sea shores while undert the sunset view... really great. specially when taking dinner with family and girlfriend.. heheheh

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★★☆☆☆

its wonderfull to see the sea shores while undert the sunset view... really great. specially when taking dinner with family and girlfriend.. heheheh

Pros: best place with family

Cons: isnt it?

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this is the best spot for people in a relationship. isn't it. wel this place is one of the best place i've ever been.. eating while the breeze from the sea touches you.. its kinda corny but great experience.. it calmed my mind.

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★★★☆☆

this is the best spot for people in a relationship. isn't it. wel this place is one of the best place i've ever been.. eating while the breeze from the sea touches you.. its kinda corny but great experience.. it calmed my mind.

Pros: best

Cons: none

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Edgewater is a historic hotel with great fake trees on the inside. The Beattles stayed there in their time.

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★★★★☆

Edgewater is a historic hotel with great fake trees on the inside. The Beattles stayed there in their time.

Pros: great view, great happy hour

Cons: parking

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we arrived at about 6:30, we decided to eat a little early, the dining room was suprsingly RAMMED!!! with people for a week night. we were sat by the window, and there was actually a very nice view for the dark evening, we were able to see the ferryboats come in and out from bainbridge island, and the lights on alki beach made for a nice waterside experience for a december evening. my first course was an amazingly light but still rich tuna poke, the tuna came wrapped in a slice of english cucumber and it was lightly seasoned with the flavors of curry and citrus, surrounded by a somewhat strange but delicious yellow tomato air ( it was more like bubble bath but it tasted like ripe tomatoes?). my date had a a bowl of chestnut apple soup that was so rich and delicious that i had wished that i had ordered that! (although my poke was tasty :) ) the soup came swirled with a toasted orange cream and a perfectly cooked piece of foie gras.
Our entrees were no less spectactular, I had a piece of wild seabass with carmelized yams, and a buttery sherry sauce that was both tangy and sophisticated. my date had ordered the filet mignon, with roquerfort mustard crust, and a chunky short rib sauce, the mash potatoes were more like a sauce than a mash, but boy they were tasty. we opted to drink our dessert with a couple of glasses of chateau st michelle late harvest savigion blanc recommended by our server.
we will definitly be back!!!!!!!!!!

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★★★★★

we arrived at about 6:30, we decided to eat a little early, the dining room was suprsingly RAMMED!!! with people for a week night. we were sat by the window, and there was actually a very nice view for the dark evening, we were able to see the ferryboats come in and out from bainbridge island, and the lights on alki beach made for a nice waterside experience for a december evening. my first course was an amazingly light but still rich tuna poke, the tuna came wrapped in a slice of english cucumber and it was lightly seasoned with the flavors of curry and citrus, surrounded by a somewhat strange but delicious yellow tomato air ( it was more like bubble bath but it tasted like ripe tomatoes?). my date had a a bowl of chestnut apple soup that was so rich and delicious that i had wished that i had ordered that! (although my poke was tasty :) ) the soup came swirled with a toasted orange cream and a perfectly cooked piece of foie gras.
Our entrees were no less spectactular, I had a piece of wild seabass with carmelized yams, and a buttery sherry sauce that was both tangy and sophisticated. my date had ordered the filet mignon, with roquerfort mustard crust, and a chunky short rib sauce, the mash potatoes were more like a sauce than a mash, but boy they were tasty. we opted to drink our dessert with a couple of glasses of chateau st michelle late harvest savigion blanc recommended by our server.
we will definitly be back!!!!!!!!!!

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The location of this restaurant is absolutely beautiful and worth the scenery, the service was also wonderful, sea-food is a must have here, but the decor and atmosphere of this restaurant should definitely be left for the parents and grandparents.

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★★★☆☆

The location of this restaurant is absolutely beautiful and worth the scenery, the service was also wonderful, sea-food is a must have here, but the decor and atmosphere of this restaurant should definitely be left for the parents and grandparents.

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This restaurant truly is world class. Your table is literally on the water. The atmosphere is great and the food is wonderful. It is a little spendy, but they make up for it with unique food selections and excellent service.

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★★★★★

This restaurant truly is world class. Your table is literally on the water. The atmosphere is great and the food is wonderful. It is a little spendy, but they make up for it with unique food selections and excellent service.

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Things didnt start well when I was given instructions on how to eat my Tuna Poke. Pleeaase! How patronizing. We felt out of place because we were dressed, and everyone else was wearing the likes of bedazzled Mariners shirts and baseball caps. This place is a gaudy tourist trap for out-of-towners.
We sent 3 dishes back, and were comped for none of them. $400 meal, poor service, poor food. There are a dozen restaurants in Seattle that beat this place away for less money. 1 star for the nice view. Fake fine dining.

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★☆☆☆☆

Things didnt start well when I was given instructions on how to eat my Tuna Poke. Pleeaase! How patronizing. We felt out of place because we were dressed, and everyone else was wearing the likes of bedazzled Mariners shirts and baseball caps. This place is a gaudy tourist trap for out-of-towners.
We sent 3 dishes back, and were comped for none of them. $400 meal, poor service, poor food. There are a dozen restaurants in Seattle that beat this place away for less money. 1 star for the nice view. Fake fine dining.

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My husband and I stayed at the Edgewater and dined at Six Seven last February and it was absolutely a fantastic time! The food was delicious and the view of the water combined with the romantic atmosphere of the restaurant made for a perfect evening.

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★★★★★

My husband and I stayed at the Edgewater and dined at Six Seven last February and it was absolutely a fantastic time! The food was delicious and the view of the water combined with the romantic atmosphere of the restaurant made for a perfect evening.

Pros: Beautiful view of Puget Sound, great food

Cons: Pricey, so save it for a special occasion

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I went to the Six Seven restaurant expecting an exceptional fine dining experience. Instead, I paid fine dining prices for formally presented but mediocre cuisine. The vegetables accompanying the meals were meager (the generous amount of asparagus described by our server was probably no more than two spears), undercooked (raw sweet potatoes anyone?), and reminded me of my last (and only) visit to the Village Inn. In the end we left the restaurant over $80 lighter (with no drinks or dessert), with nothing positive to say for our experience at Six Seven.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to the Six Seven restaurant expecting an exceptional fine dining experience. Instead, I paid fine dining prices for formally presented but mediocre cuisine. The vegetables accompanying the meals were meager (the generous amount of asparagus described by our server was probably no more than two spears), undercooked (raw sweet potatoes anyone?), and reminded me of my last (and only) visit to the Village Inn. In the end we left the restaurant over $80 lighter (with no drinks or dessert), with nothing positive to say for our experience at Six Seven.

Pros: The view would be great if the weather and timing is right.

Cons: The food was awful. It was very expensive, and not anywhere near worth the price.

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I went to the Six Seven restaurant expecting an exceptional fine dining experience. Instead, I paid fine dining prices for formally presented but mediocre cuisine. The vegetables accompanying the meals were meager (the generous amount of asparagus described by our server was probably no more than two spears), undercooked (raw sweet potatoes anyone?), and reminded me of my last (and only) visit to the Village Inn. In the end we left the restaurant over $80 lighter (with no drinks or dessert), with nothing positive to say for our experience at Six Seven.

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★☆☆☆☆

I went to the Six Seven restaurant expecting an exceptional fine dining experience. Instead, I paid fine dining prices for formally presented but mediocre cuisine. The vegetables accompanying the meals were meager (the generous amount of asparagus described by our server was probably no more than two spears), undercooked (raw sweet potatoes anyone?), and reminded me of my last (and only) visit to the Village Inn. In the end we left the restaurant over $80 lighter (with no drinks or dessert), with nothing positive to say for our experience at Six Seven.

Pros: The view is nice.

Cons: The most expensive terrible food I have ever eaten.

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We were disappointed in the fine dining at the 67. It was too dark inside and you couldn't even see what was on your plate. The biggest complaint was the service. We were rushed through our soups and salads, rushed through the palate cleanser and hounded about if we were finished with our plates. To top it off, before we were ready to leave, and only 15 minutes after finishing the main course we were handed our coats. For the price we paid and for the availability of other tables - we should have been allowed to finish our conversation. I would have even preferred that they ask us to retire to the common room to converse as they needed the table. The salmon for being fresh was over cooked (dry) and coated in glaze to the point that you couldn't taste the unique flavors of the salmon itself. I couldn't believe that we were subjecting friends and business partners from out of town to this horrible example of Seattle's food and especially our fresh Salmon. I was incredibly disappointed and will not be returning or recommending this dining place in the future.

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★☆☆☆☆

We were disappointed in the fine dining at the 67. It was too dark inside and you couldn't even see what was on your plate. The biggest complaint was the service. We were rushed through our soups and salads, rushed through the palate cleanser and hounded about if we were finished with our plates. To top it off, before we were ready to leave, and only 15 minutes after finishing the main course we were handed our coats. For the price we paid and for the availability of other tables - we should have been allowed to finish our conversation. I would have even preferred that they ask us to retire to the common room to converse as they needed the table. The salmon for being fresh was over cooked (dry) and coated in glaze to the point that you couldn't taste the unique flavors of the salmon itself. I couldn't believe that we were subjecting friends and business partners from out of town to this horrible example of Seattle's food and especially our fresh Salmon. I was incredibly disappointed and will not be returning or recommending this dining place in the future.

Pros: Fancy and Waterfront view is nice

Cons: Too pricy for the experience.

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This restaurant is on the pricier side, but seeing its location and interior we were not surprise. We were prepared to treat ourselves anyway since we were on vacation. We learned that one way to avoid sticker shock is to ask to see the menu before they seat you.

The two of us ordered one appertizer to split and it was a splendid piece of heaven. Wish I had ordered another one just for me... For the entree, he had fish and I had steak. Both very good. Then we shared a dessert. They didn't charge a fee for spliting plates like some foo-foo restaurants do.

Everything was a la carte so if you like your 16-oz steak dinner to come with all the trimmings then this restaurant may not be the one for you. Portions are on the smaller side typical of restaurants at this range. We didn't walk away stuffed, but certainly satisfied. The view was magnificent. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive eventhough we didn't order that much food and we only had tap water.

Our overall experience was very memorable. If I get go back to Seattle I will definitely try Six Seven again. Such a strange name...

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★★★★★

This restaurant is on the pricier side, but seeing its location and interior we were not surprise. We were prepared to treat ourselves anyway since we were on vacation. We learned that one way to avoid sticker shock is to ask to see the menu before they seat you.

The two of us ordered one appertizer to split and it was a splendid piece of heaven. Wish I had ordered another one just for me... For the entree, he had fish and I had steak. Both very good. Then we shared a dessert. They didn't charge a fee for spliting plates like some foo-foo restaurants do.

Everything was a la carte so if you like your 16-oz steak dinner to come with all the trimmings then this restaurant may not be the one for you. Portions are on the smaller side typical of restaurants at this range. We didn't walk away stuffed, but certainly satisfied. The view was magnificent. Our waitress was very friendly and attentive eventhough we didn't order that much food and we only had tap water.

Our overall experience was very memorable. If I get go back to Seattle I will definitely try Six Seven again. Such a strange name...

Pros: View, crab cakes

Cons: Can be expensive, but that is the price you pay for a fine dining experience

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First of all, the price rating on CitySearch was 2 $s. That is inaccurate. It should actually be at least $$$. That really started us off on the wrong foot as we were a bit sticker shocked. I think the waitress noticed that on our faces as we didn't order the typical drinks, bottled water, plus appetizer + entree for each of us. Because of this, there seemed to be less attentive-ness from her as she realized there was not much tip to be earned from this table. I agree with the previous reviewers, the view is amazing. When the food finally arrived (~1 hr), it was actually pretty good, but the amount was so minimal - no wonder the menu had options for ordering sides. In conclusion, this is how I would rate: tastiness of food - 4, service - 2, value - 1, view - 4. I just think for the money, this is definitely not worth it.

1
★★☆☆☆

First of all, the price rating on CitySearch was 2 $s. That is inaccurate. It should actually be at least $$$. That really started us off on the wrong foot as we were a bit sticker shocked. I think the waitress noticed that on our faces as we didn't order the typical drinks, bottled water, plus appetizer + entree for each of us. Because of this, there seemed to be less attentive-ness from her as she realized there was not much tip to be earned from this table. I agree with the previous reviewers, the view is amazing. When the food finally arrived (~1 hr), it was actually pretty good, but the amount was so minimal - no wonder the menu had options for ordering sides. In conclusion, this is how I would rate: tastiness of food - 4, service - 2, value - 1, view - 4. I just think for the money, this is definitely not worth it.

Pros: View

Cons: Service, value

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We went there last summer--and wow, the view is amazing. The food, however was anything but. Both my husband's meal and mine were bad, the chicken dry and tasteless. My ahi tuna was first served well-done (!) sent back (it was meant for someone else) and then when they served me again was a complete let down. The decorations are weird (lodge like, doesn't go with the view) and the service so-so. Save your time and money, try campagne or chez shea instead.

0
★☆☆☆☆

We went there last summer--and wow, the view is amazing. The food, however was anything but. Both my husband's meal and mine were bad, the chicken dry and tasteless. My ahi tuna was first served well-done (!) sent back (it was meant for someone else) and then when they served me again was a complete let down. The decorations are weird (lodge like, doesn't go with the view) and the service so-so. Save your time and money, try campagne or chez shea instead.

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Starters: great view, and the food (the evening we went) was delicious! I was quite disappointed by the experience/service though -- we made a reservation for a group of eight, informed the hostess that a part of our party would need to arrive late, and showed up at due time. Unfortunately, the server wasn't in on the loop, and was obviously displeased to find out that a portion of our 8 people would be late. As such, we were told even before ordering that we had about 1.5 hrs to eat and get out (the table was needed). When the remainder of our party arrived, they were ignored for the first 10 minutes. After we flagged down our waitress, she determined that they'd have to order "faster" items to get 10 minutes to eat, then we'd have to leave. For the class of restaurant that Six Seven ought to be, the service is extremely poor. I would not return.

0
★☆☆☆☆

Starters: great view, and the food (the evening we went) was delicious! I was quite disappointed by the experience/service though -- we made a reservation for a group of eight, informed the hostess that a part of our party would need to arrive late, and showed up at due time. Unfortunately, the server wasn't in on the loop, and was obviously displeased to find out that a portion of our 8 people would be late. As such, we were told even before ordering that we had about 1.5 hrs to eat and get out (the table was needed). When the remainder of our party arrived, they were ignored for the first 10 minutes. After we flagged down our waitress, she determined that they'd have to order "faster" items to get 10 minutes to eat, then we'd have to leave. For the class of restaurant that Six Seven ought to be, the service is extremely poor. I would not return.

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Although I have yet to know the origin of the restaurant's name, Six Seven, the place is definitely ideal for great seafood. Using the $25 special and arriving at 5:15pm, I ordered the crab cake for appetizer, the halibut for main entree and the ever popular trendy potde creme. The crab cake was simply wonderful. You get only one but it's loaded with lump crab in a buttery sauce that makes you want to order another one. The miso marinated halibut in carrot sauce was perfectly cooked. There's nothing like having perfectly cooked fish that just flakes with a swipe of a fork. The sweet potato underneath was a bit stringent in portion. The chocolate potde creme was average and didn't come close to Zoe's version. The dining area is located next to the bar so be prepared to listen to some dance music as you fine dine. Don't expect to hear Vivaldi or Bach as you sample exquisite seafood. The dining area is decorated in a neo modern atmosphere of faux trees with steel rods. The view is spectacular and warrants a repeat visit during happy hour while dining outside on the patio to soak in the sun while it sets.

2
★★★★☆

Although I have yet to know the origin of the restaurant's name, Six Seven, the place is definitely ideal for great seafood. Using the $25 special and arriving at 5:15pm, I ordered the crab cake for appetizer, the halibut for main entree and the ever popular trendy potde creme. The crab cake was simply wonderful. You get only one but it's loaded with lump crab in a buttery sauce that makes you want to order another one. The miso marinated halibut in carrot sauce was perfectly cooked. There's nothing like having perfectly cooked fish that just flakes with a swipe of a fork. The sweet potato underneath was a bit stringent in portion. The chocolate potde creme was average and didn't come close to Zoe's version. The dining area is located next to the bar so be prepared to listen to some dance music as you fine dine. Don't expect to hear Vivaldi or Bach as you sample exquisite seafood. The dining area is decorated in a neo modern atmosphere of faux trees with steel rods. The view is spectacular and warrants a repeat visit during happy hour while dining outside on the patio to soak in the sun while it sets.

Pros: Excellent Crab Cake and Halibut

Cons: Not your typical fine dining atmosphere

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Oh my, where to start?! This has to be Seattle's best kept secret for delicious food with a view which mesmerizes! Our dinner here on Elliott Bay is surely a night to remember. This is definitely a place we will return with guests or on special occasions. It is expensive but well worth the price. The seafood entrees were perhaps the best we have had since moving to the area, the service was attentive, and the ambiance was remarkable. There could be no better view of Puget Sound in the city. We asked to be seated while awaiting friends who were joining us, and even though they arrived very late causing our stay to linger longer than usual, we were not rushed. I can't wait to return!

2
★★★★★

Oh my, where to start?! This has to be Seattle's best kept secret for delicious food with a view which mesmerizes! Our dinner here on Elliott Bay is surely a night to remember. This is definitely a place we will return with guests or on special occasions. It is expensive but well worth the price. The seafood entrees were perhaps the best we have had since moving to the area, the service was attentive, and the ambiance was remarkable. There could be no better view of Puget Sound in the city. We asked to be seated while awaiting friends who were joining us, and even though they arrived very late causing our stay to linger longer than usual, we were not rushed. I can't wait to return!

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Did 25 for $25 dinner this week, was mediocre food and service. Did not have first two wines ordered. Great view, but oh so tired food. Not even a second rate restaurant, and deserves to be dropped from the 25 list. Dark too, hoping you will not see the food, but you still have to taste it, and blindness won't help then. Worst dining experience in Seattle in 18 months from someone who eats frequently in restaurants. Much better Seattle offerings out there, so avoid it, or don't say you weren't warned.

1
★★☆☆☆

Did 25 for $25 dinner this week, was mediocre food and service. Did not have first two wines ordered. Great view, but oh so tired food. Not even a second rate restaurant, and deserves to be dropped from the 25 list. Dark too, hoping you will not see the food, but you still have to taste it, and blindness won't help then. Worst dining experience in Seattle in 18 months from someone who eats frequently in restaurants. Much better Seattle offerings out there, so avoid it, or don't say you weren't warned.

Pros: view

Cons: ambience, food, service

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The location of this restaurant offers everyone a waterview and the sense of being relaxed and unhurried. Service is attentive and pleasnt. Breakfast /Brunch is my favorite because the menu offers a wide selection of Northwest inspired dishes that are high in quality and the morning seems ever more welcoming as the sunrays dance across Elliott Bay.

2
★★★★★

The location of this restaurant offers everyone a waterview and the sense of being relaxed and unhurried. Service is attentive and pleasnt. Breakfast /Brunch is my favorite because the menu offers a wide selection of Northwest inspired dishes that are high in quality and the morning seems ever more welcoming as the sunrays dance across Elliott Bay.

Pros: great food with a great view

Cons: make reservations

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FANTASTIC FOOD expensive but worth the money you do have to ride the cab there but cabs are hard to find going back. You may be able to ride there courtesy shuttle which is free.Food is seafood and steaks . Salmon is a big deal in seattle. There is so much of it everywhere.

2
★★★★★

FANTASTIC FOOD expensive but worth the money you do have to ride the cab there but cabs are hard to find going back. You may be able to ride there courtesy shuttle which is free.Food is seafood and steaks . Salmon is a big deal in seattle. There is so much of it everywhere.

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I booked a large reservation here for a friend's birthday, and was let down in a big way. Prior to making my reservation, the restaurant had been recommended by a friend due to the fabulous view of the Puget Sound. I took some time to read a few reviews, and found quite a few that commented on the poor service. I disregarded what I had read, hoping that I could give the place a chance and find a new favorite with a great view. Unfortunately, my experience was much the same, and without going into explicit detail, it was so horrid that I will never dine here again. Not only did my server chase me into the parking lot after standing against the wall and watching our party leave, but when I contacted the hotel AND restaurant management in regards to our lack of service that night, neither contacted me back nor responded to my emails. It shocks me that such places can continue to operate in good conscience, knowing that they are doing little to nothing to service the customer.

In terms of food, the crab cakes were great--and I only wish that our gratuity could have gone directly to the chef that had made them. If you're looking for an experience that will make you feel comfortable, and as though you want to return, then this is not the place to go.

0
★☆☆☆☆

I booked a large reservation here for a friend's birthday, and was let down in a big way. Prior to making my reservation, the restaurant had been recommended by a friend due to the fabulous view of the Puget Sound. I took some time to read a few reviews, and found quite a few that commented on the poor service. I disregarded what I had read, hoping that I could give the place a chance and find a new favorite with a great view. Unfortunately, my experience was much the same, and without going into explicit detail, it was so horrid that I will never dine here again. Not only did my server chase me into the parking lot after standing against the wall and watching our party leave, but when I contacted the hotel AND restaurant management in regards to our lack of service that night, neither contacted me back nor responded to my emails. It shocks me that such places can continue to operate in good conscience, knowing that they are doing little to nothing to service the customer.

In terms of food, the crab cakes were great--and I only wish that our gratuity could have gone directly to the chef that had made them. If you're looking for an experience that will make you feel comfortable, and as though you want to return, then this is not the place to go.

Pros: Delicate seafood menu, and fun cocktails

Cons: Absolutely terrible service

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This is where I take out-of-town guests to truly experience the best of Seattle... Unlike most spots, the waterfront location means that you're literally on Elliott Bay right outside the window, and the food is exemplary. Start with the jumbo shrimp cocktail (the biggest I've ever seen) and the ponzu tuna; I've never had an entree here be any less than perfectly cooked. The cocktail menu is quite interesting, too, including a gin & tonic with house-made tonic. And brunch! Skip Salty's and take your guests here instead--the food is excellent, it's not a madhouse and there's always a nice breeze coming off the water. An exceptional restaurant.

2
★★★★★

This is where I take out-of-town guests to truly experience the best of Seattle... Unlike most spots, the waterfront location means that you're literally on Elliott Bay right outside the window, and the food is exemplary. Start with the jumbo shrimp cocktail (the biggest I've ever seen) and the ponzu tuna; I've never had an entree here be any less than perfectly cooked. The cocktail menu is quite interesting, too, including a gin & tonic with house-made tonic. And brunch! Skip Salty's and take your guests here instead--the food is excellent, it's not a madhouse and there's always a nice breeze coming off the water. An exceptional restaurant.

Pros: Gorgeous views, amazing outdoor seating, jumbo shrimp

Cons: Only valet parking, can be expensive

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we came here for a group get together in the bar on a saturday night. the bartender was AWESOME. he was very friendly and poured great drinks. we got a 10% group discount. the hotel is beautiful and it feels like you're in the middle of the woods. there are tables, comfy chairs near the fireplace as well as a standing bar.

2
★★★★★

we came here for a group get together in the bar on a saturday night. the bartender was AWESOME. he was very friendly and poured great drinks. we got a 10% group discount. the hotel is beautiful and it feels like you're in the middle of the woods. there are tables, comfy chairs near the fireplace as well as a standing bar.

Pros: excellent service, valet parking

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My friends and I dined for the first time at Six Seven. The atmosphere was very nice and the view was spectacular. Our waitress was fabulous. The remaining food servers and the food itself wasn't anything to write home about. Three of us ordered the Mahi Mahi and had to send it back; it was overdone and dry. They were very pleasant about replacing the food, and the second round of Mahi was better (still not great). The desserts were average and the wine suggestions mediocre. I would rate the experience as "average" at best.

1
★★★☆☆

My friends and I dined for the first time at Six Seven. The atmosphere was very nice and the view was spectacular. Our waitress was fabulous. The remaining food servers and the food itself wasn't anything to write home about. Three of us ordered the Mahi Mahi and had to send it back; it was overdone and dry. They were very pleasant about replacing the food, and the second round of Mahi was better (still not great). The desserts were average and the wine suggestions mediocre. I would rate the experience as "average" at best.

Pros: View, Waitress

Cons: Food

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I actually stumbled across Six-Seven by accident yet was very pleasantly surprised. The ambiance is romantic; the décor is inviting and unique. The waterfront view was a bit lacking from our vantage point but nice at any rate. The service was very attentive and the food preparation was perfect. Make sure to make reservations and show up early enough to have a drink at the bar. I truly enjoyed Six-Seven and am pleased to offer my highest recommendation.

2
★★★★★

I actually stumbled across Six-Seven by accident yet was very pleasantly surprised. The ambiance is romantic; the décor is inviting and unique. The waterfront view was a bit lacking from our vantage point but nice at any rate. The service was very attentive and the food preparation was perfect. Make sure to make reservations and show up early enough to have a drink at the bar. I truly enjoyed Six-Seven and am pleased to offer my highest recommendation.

Pros: Waterfront, Romantic, Service

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This review is for the bar only. We were completely ignored by the waitress after our initial drinks. She was shocked that we seemed to be "in such a hurry," after it took about 15 minutes to get our bill after we requested it. We went to the bar to get our bill paid after that. Keep in mind that the bar area of the restaurant was only about 3/4 full. We quickly paid our tab and went to Anthony's down the street, where we were treated like royalty in comparison.

In general, the Edgewater should be avoided. It's decorated like a Ralph Lauren nightmare, and when we stayed there for a night away, we were treated with indifference.

0
★☆☆☆☆

This review is for the bar only. We were completely ignored by the waitress after our initial drinks. She was shocked that we seemed to be "in such a hurry," after it took about 15 minutes to get our bill after we requested it. We went to the bar to get our bill paid after that. Keep in mind that the bar area of the restaurant was only about 3/4 full. We quickly paid our tab and went to Anthony's down the street, where we were treated like royalty in comparison.

In general, the Edgewater should be avoided. It's decorated like a Ralph Lauren nightmare, and when we stayed there for a night away, we were treated with indifference.

Pros: views

Cons: service, service, service

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I couldn't imagine a more perfect setting. We had a first class view of the bay, the Olympics and the Port of Seattle, accompanied by very lovely food and generous cocktails. The bill was hefty, but the atmosphere and the experience made it worthwhile. The only downside was the god-awful music. It was techno/punk and totally unsuited to the atmosphere.

2
★★★★☆

I couldn't imagine a more perfect setting. We had a first class view of the bay, the Olympics and the Port of Seattle, accompanied by very lovely food and generous cocktails. The bill was hefty, but the atmosphere and the experience made it worthwhile. The only downside was the god-awful music. It was techno/punk and totally unsuited to the atmosphere.

Pros: View, Selection, Atmosphere

Cons: Noise/Music, Price

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A very beautiful setting. Very pricey. Lamb chops presentation very picturesque but luke warm and were tough,

0
★☆☆☆☆

A very beautiful setting. Very pricey. Lamb chops presentation very picturesque but luke warm and were tough,

Pros: Ambience, Waterfront, View

Cons: Pricey, Value, Service

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What an incredible hidden jewel on the waterfront! From the food to the atmosphere to the spectacular views, well worth an evening out. The perfect spot for any occasion.

2
★★★★★

What an incredible hidden jewel on the waterfront! From the food to the atmosphere to the spectacular views, well worth an evening out. The perfect spot for any occasion.

Pros: Valet parking, great fresh food, fabulous views

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They got my reservation wrong and we had to wait for a half hour. It just happened to be prom night. You must valet park or walk a bit. The valet is $4. $4 is not expensive, but you will spend @ $100 for 2 to eat. This should be free of charge.

SERVICE: The Maitre D' seemed a little perturbed. (slightly understandable, due to the large amount of non-alcohol drinking, bad tipping teens that night). But our server was great.

FOOD: slightly above average, but over-priced. You will not get a salad or soup with their high priced entrees. Drinks were not cheap either.

AMBIANCE: Excellent (except for the volume from pubertal prom-goers).

OVER-ALL: It beats a crying baby and a DVD.

1. Make sure to budget at least $100 for two. 2. Ask to be seated next to a window. 3. Make sure it is not prom night.

2
★★★★☆

They got my reservation wrong and we had to wait for a half hour. It just happened to be prom night. You must valet park or walk a bit. The valet is $4. $4 is not expensive, but you will spend @ $100 for 2 to eat. This should be free of charge.

SERVICE: The Maitre D' seemed a little perturbed. (slightly understandable, due to the large amount of non-alcohol drinking, bad tipping teens that night). But our server was great.

FOOD: slightly above average, but over-priced. You will not get a salad or soup with their high priced entrees. Drinks were not cheap either.

AMBIANCE: Excellent (except for the volume from pubertal prom-goers).

OVER-ALL: It beats a crying baby and a DVD.

1. Make sure to budget at least $100 for two. 2. Ask to be seated next to a window. 3. Make sure it is not prom night.

Pros: Ambiance, service, view

Cons: expensive, Maitre D', parking

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From the fresh baked bread, through the two desserts making it worth the drive from the Airport area, the food was the best we've had in a waterfront restaurant in years. Being Seattle Natives, we know you either get great seafood or a great view, seldom both. 6 7 disproved that theory. The tomato-goat cheese tatin appetizer was outstanding, as was arugula salad. Scallops with proscuitto & goat cheese gnocci with red pepper coulis, melt in your mouth. Big eaters could be disappointed, unless you try a dessert as well. The lemongrass tart with berries, beautiful ad delicious. The chocolate tower, too much ever for two people, but so rich it's worth the drive! Only comment was the lag time between entree and main course, the timing seemed off.

2
★★★★☆

From the fresh baked bread, through the two desserts making it worth the drive from the Airport area, the food was the best we've had in a waterfront restaurant in years. Being Seattle Natives, we know you either get great seafood or a great view, seldom both. 6 7 disproved that theory. The tomato-goat cheese tatin appetizer was outstanding, as was arugula salad. Scallops with proscuitto & goat cheese gnocci with red pepper coulis, melt in your mouth. Big eaters could be disappointed, unless you try a dessert as well. The lemongrass tart with berries, beautiful ad delicious. The chocolate tower, too much ever for two people, but so rich it's worth the drive! Only comment was the lag time between entree and main course, the timing seemed off.

Pros: view, flavors, food decor

Cons: delay of entrees, deck seating

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We went there for drinks on a Saturday night for a friend's birthday. The bar was very chill with a live DJ that added a lot to the ambiance. The service was fantastic, the views were AMAZING and overall I thought it was a fun, relaxing place to go to get a few drinks with friends. Again, the view is incredible and the decor of the bar is great! I'd go there again - for sure!

2
★★★★★

We went there for drinks on a Saturday night for a friend's birthday. The bar was very chill with a live DJ that added a lot to the ambiance. The service was fantastic, the views were AMAZING and overall I thought it was a fun, relaxing place to go to get a few drinks with friends. Again, the view is incredible and the decor of the bar is great! I'd go there again - for sure!

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Breakfast at the Edgewater's 67 is a great experience. The views are amazing - it's like dining on a cruiseship (without the seasick part!). The menu covers the traditional american breakfast staples and is always perfect. The restaurant is clean and the food preparation is light (even with bacon and eggs or eggs benedict). The only con is the service is hit and miss.

2
★★★★★

Breakfast at the Edgewater's 67 is a great experience. The views are amazing - it's like dining on a cruiseship (without the seasick part!). The menu covers the traditional american breakfast staples and is always perfect. The restaurant is clean and the food preparation is light (even with bacon and eggs or eggs benedict). The only con is the service is hit and miss.

Pros: Food quality, Location, Cleanliness

Cons: Hit & Miss Service

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I attended dinner with a group of friends before a boat party, and let me say, the food was fabulous. Our food was not too over-priced either, and the waiter was quite helpful. I would recommend coming here if you have a little bit of spare change, and are having a special evening. This is no casual dining place, I would'nt bring children here, unless your a stuck-up parent, or there is a special event occuring afterwards.

2
★★★★★

I attended dinner with a group of friends before a boat party, and let me say, the food was fabulous. Our food was not too over-priced either, and the waiter was quite helpful. I would recommend coming here if you have a little bit of spare change, and are having a special evening. This is no casual dining place, I would'nt bring children here, unless your a stuck-up parent, or there is a special event occuring afterwards.

Pros: Great service, Good food, Excellent atmosphere

Cons: , Food took a while, MAKE RESERVATIONS

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While i was staying at the edgewater hotel, i gave this place a try. The service was excellent. The food was great to mediocre depending on the selection. Pei mussles with curry broth was quite enjoyable. The Dungeness Crab Cakes were excellent. Seared Tuna was lacking in presentation and over-seared although i specifically asked rare. Seared Sea Scallops were forgettable. Creme brulee trio was yummy but too cold in temperature.

Overall, I won't say this made my top 10 favorite restaurants. I may go back just for the Crab cakes and drinks.

2
★★★★☆

While i was staying at the edgewater hotel, i gave this place a try. The service was excellent. The food was great to mediocre depending on the selection. Pei mussles with curry broth was quite enjoyable. The Dungeness Crab Cakes were excellent. Seared Tuna was lacking in presentation and over-seared although i specifically asked rare. Seared Sea Scallops were forgettable. Creme brulee trio was yummy but too cold in temperature.

Overall, I won't say this made my top 10 favorite restaurants. I may go back just for the Crab cakes and drinks.

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While the food & service is by no means disappointing (The shrimp macaroni & cheese was quite quite tasty!), it's the ambience and view that stand out here. We were a boisterous group of 6 and they had no problem keeping up with us. A definite reccomendation.

2
★★★★☆

While the food & service is by no means disappointing (The shrimp macaroni & cheese was quite quite tasty!), it's the ambience and view that stand out here. We were a boisterous group of 6 and they had no problem keeping up with us. A definite reccomendation.

Pros: great drinks, view

Cons: parking

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A wonderful place to celebrate special events with fine food and an ever changing sweeping view. A romantic sentimental favorite....My husband and I got engaged here!

2
★★★★★

A wonderful place to celebrate special events with fine food and an ever changing sweeping view. A romantic sentimental favorite....My husband and I got engaged here!

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My boyfriend took me to 67 the other night to watch the great sunset we had. We only went to the bar, so I cannot comment much on the food. We had the calamari, which was perfect and came with a pineapple salsa that was really good. The ambience is great...very different from the usual, but in a great way! It was the perfect view for that sunset though. You must go, you won't be disappointed. I'm looking forward to going back and trying more of the menu.

2
★★★★★

My boyfriend took me to 67 the other night to watch the great sunset we had. We only went to the bar, so I cannot comment much on the food. We had the calamari, which was perfect and came with a pineapple salsa that was really good. The ambience is great...very different from the usual, but in a great way! It was the perfect view for that sunset though. You must go, you won't be disappointed. I'm looking forward to going back and trying more of the menu.

Pros: view, ambience

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This restaraunt is in the heart of the Edgewater Hotel on Pier 67. You will be delighted with the view, the decor and especially the food. I ordered the salmon, (this melts in your mouth and I would compare this salmon dish with that of Palisades), while my date ordered the cod. The salmon is absolutely to die for while the cod is more of a fogettable dish. Altogether, your date will be impressed with your pick and you will be impressed that the romantic evening wasn't over 25 bux a dish (i think the most expensive thing on the menu is 33 dollars with an average price of 20-24.).

In addition, they have a wonderful bar/lounge. Very posh and upscale. I was impressed with the entire ordeal and I would definitely recommend this place to others. Cheers!

2
★★★★★

This restaraunt is in the heart of the Edgewater Hotel on Pier 67. You will be delighted with the view, the decor and especially the food. I ordered the salmon, (this melts in your mouth and I would compare this salmon dish with that of Palisades), while my date ordered the cod. The salmon is absolutely to die for while the cod is more of a fogettable dish. Altogether, your date will be impressed with your pick and you will be impressed that the romantic evening wasn't over 25 bux a dish (i think the most expensive thing on the menu is 33 dollars with an average price of 20-24.).

In addition, they have a wonderful bar/lounge. Very posh and upscale. I was impressed with the entire ordeal and I would definitely recommend this place to others. Cheers!

Pros: salmon

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