Dahlia Lounge

★★★★☆
  • 2001 4th Avenue

    Seattle, WA 98121

    Cross street: Belltown

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  • 206-682-4142

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We had breakfast here each of the last two days. I'd definitely recommend it, and especially the homemade donuts. I had the french toast which was excellent too.

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★★★★★

We had breakfast here each of the last two days. I'd definitely recommend it, and especially the homemade donuts. I had the french toast which was excellent too.

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We heard about this bakery from the next door Serious Pie waitress who raved about the coconut cream pie. So, of course, we had to try it! Though, when we went it was already closed. So the next morning we tried again and we got a fig bar,

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★★★★★

We heard about this bakery from the next door Serious Pie waitress who raved about the coconut cream pie. So, of course, we had to try it! Though, when we went it was already closed. So the next morning we tried again and we got a fig bar,

Pros: Bitesize coconut creame pie, fig bars, yogurt & granola

Cons: No place to dine, closes early

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When I get a chance for a qick bite in downtown Seattle I head to the Dahlia Bakery. On a cold or wet or overcast day a warm bowl of soup always sounds great and the Dahlia Bakery delivers. There are other soup flavors, but my favorite is

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★★★★★

When I get a chance for a qick bite in downtown Seattle I head to the Dahlia Bakery. On a cold or wet or overcast day a warm bowl of soup always sounds great and the Dahlia Bakery delivers. There are other soup flavors, but my favorite is

Pros: Soup, bread, cookies, pie

Cons: no space for dining, on street parking

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The Dahlia Lounge remains one of my Seattle favorites, as it has consistently delivered delicious Northwest cuisine and good service since I started dining at Tom Douglas restaurants 14 years ago. I was sad to see the Dahlia move to its current larger space, because I loved the intimacy of the smaller Dahlia. However, the dimly lit dining room with hand-blown northwest glass and the discrete servers who are usually interesting people create the magic needed for an intimate dinner for 2 or 10. Tom Douglas invented Northwest cuisine, and he continues to impress with his varied and creative menu options.

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★★★★★

The Dahlia Lounge remains one of my Seattle favorites, as it has consistently delivered delicious Northwest cuisine and good service since I started dining at Tom Douglas restaurants 14 years ago. I was sad to see the Dahlia move to its current larger space, because I loved the intimacy of the smaller Dahlia. However, the dimly lit dining room with hand-blown northwest glass and the discrete servers who are usually interesting people create the magic needed for an intimate dinner for 2 or 10. Tom Douglas invented Northwest cuisine, and he continues to impress with his varied and creative menu options.

Pros: Service-attentive, friendly, and discrete

Cons: None really- Preferred the atmosphere of the original Dahlia

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My husband and I have been hearing about this place so we decided to give it a try, and we were not disappointed. The brunch was amazing! We have sense been back several times and have taken out of town guests who shared our sentiments. The wait staff is always friendly. We have been for dinner as well and wasn??t as thrilled, we enjoy the brunch menu a lot more. The price is a little high for 2 people if you get a Mimosa or Bloody Mary, but it??s worth the splurge!

2
★★★★★

My husband and I have been hearing about this place so we decided to give it a try, and we were not disappointed. The brunch was amazing! We have sense been back several times and have taken out of town guests who shared our sentiments. The wait staff is always friendly. We have been for dinner as well and wasn??t as thrilled, we enjoy the brunch menu a lot more. The price is a little high for 2 people if you get a Mimosa or Bloody Mary, but it??s worth the splurge!

Pros: Food

Cons: Price

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I was not blown away, but it was a nice meal.

I had a crab cake with some roasted potatoes which was very nice. My wife had the cheese burger and tells me that "the meat was very juicy and the veg was perfect. The fries were nicely seasoned".

I will go out again to try the full menu. I really hope to be blown away! Please don't let me down again Seattle!

2
★★★★☆

I was not blown away, but it was a nice meal.

I had a crab cake with some roasted potatoes which was very nice. My wife had the cheese burger and tells me that "the meat was very juicy and the veg was perfect. The fries were nicely seasoned".

I will go out again to try the full menu. I really hope to be blown away! Please don't let me down again Seattle!

Pros: Nice server, good atmosphere.

Cons: Long wait to get our food.

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I have been to the Dahlia Lounge many times and on every occasion, I have absolutely loved the appetizers. They are always impeccably crafted and delicious food pairings.

I always enjoy the main courses but not always as much as the first course. Their beverages are good and my friends liked the wine chosen by the waiter.

Dessert is also a good choice, with many tempting offerings. The creme carmel is quite nice and one friend of mine loves the coconut creme pie. The donuts are my least favorite, but hey, someone probably loves them.

The service has always been very friendly and tasteful, and they have offered to take back choices if I didn't like them. The prices are just what I would expect for an upscale, elegant restaurant, but obviously they're not cheap.

2
★★★★★

I have been to the Dahlia Lounge many times and on every occasion, I have absolutely loved the appetizers. They are always impeccably crafted and delicious food pairings.

I always enjoy the main courses but not always as much as the first course. Their beverages are good and my friends liked the wine chosen by the waiter.

Dessert is also a good choice, with many tempting offerings. The creme carmel is quite nice and one friend of mine loves the coconut creme pie. The donuts are my least favorite, but hey, someone probably loves them.

The service has always been very friendly and tasteful, and they have offered to take back choices if I didn't like them. The prices are just what I would expect for an upscale, elegant restaurant, but obviously they're not cheap.

Pros: Great appetizers, friendly service

Cons: None

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This is my favorite place to eat when I visit this fun city-

I found them because they were near the W Hotel where I stayed-
great seafood and the most delicious pie.

It's a nice, relaxed place to have dinner.

5
★★★★★

This is my favorite place to eat when I visit this fun city-

I found them because they were near the W Hotel where I stayed-
great seafood and the most delicious pie.

It's a nice, relaxed place to have dinner.

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We came to Seattle on a weekend visit from Portland. We decided to have dinner at the Dahlia Lounge based on it's reputation.

We each had the "Special" of the evening which was a New York Steak.

The meal was "Good" to be sure, but I wasnt at all "Amazed".

I had Oysters as an appetizer and I was a little unimpressed. The Steaks were Good to be sure, but not any better than other restaurants that serve New Yorks.

My wife didnt like the mashed potatoes that came with the steak. They were green due to being whipped with herbs of some sort. Almost like they were trying a little too hard to be creative (I thought they were ok).

I would recommend this restaurant, but I think the expectations should be lowered a bit. For a celebrity Chef, this is NOT what I'd expect.....I was expecting to be blown away.

In short, this is a very good restaurant but not "GREAT".....

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★★★★☆

We came to Seattle on a weekend visit from Portland. We decided to have dinner at the Dahlia Lounge based on it's reputation.

We each had the "Special" of the evening which was a New York Steak.

The meal was "Good" to be sure, but I wasnt at all "Amazed".

I had Oysters as an appetizer and I was a little unimpressed. The Steaks were Good to be sure, but not any better than other restaurants that serve New Yorks.

My wife didnt like the mashed potatoes that came with the steak. They were green due to being whipped with herbs of some sort. Almost like they were trying a little too hard to be creative (I thought they were ok).

I would recommend this restaurant, but I think the expectations should be lowered a bit. For a celebrity Chef, this is NOT what I'd expect.....I was expecting to be blown away.

In short, this is a very good restaurant but not "GREAT".....

Pros: Very good restaurant with Good food and good service

Cons: doenst live up to the expectations of a restaurant owned by a celebrity chef

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My girlfriend and I live a few blocks away from the restaurant and decided to try it out. We had avoided it in the past because of the expensive prices but decided to treat ourselves. Don't make the same mistake we did! Save yourself some money and get a decent meal. There was nothing special about this place. Neither the food nor the service warrant the outrageous prices. We will not be dining there again.

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★☆☆☆☆

My girlfriend and I live a few blocks away from the restaurant and decided to try it out. We had avoided it in the past because of the expensive prices but decided to treat ourselves. Don't make the same mistake we did! Save yourself some money and get a decent meal. There was nothing special about this place. Neither the food nor the service warrant the outrageous prices. We will not be dining there again.

Pros: None

Cons: Poor food and service

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Our family of four came for lunch, and while the food was good, it wasn't outstanding or memorable. The salads were salads with nothing special to mark them from other restaurants, the tomato soup was good but truly not anything that stood out. What was memorable was the decidedly cool attitude of our server. She was servicable but not helpful nor warm in anyway, she was much more responsive to the businessmen lunching behind us. The lunch menu is very short, by the way. Be forewarned. If I were going to spend $20 a head on lunch, I wouldn't do it here.

1
★★★☆☆

Our family of four came for lunch, and while the food was good, it wasn't outstanding or memorable. The salads were salads with nothing special to mark them from other restaurants, the tomato soup was good but truly not anything that stood out. What was memorable was the decidedly cool attitude of our server. She was servicable but not helpful nor warm in anyway, she was much more responsive to the businessmen lunching behind us. The lunch menu is very short, by the way. Be forewarned. If I were going to spend $20 a head on lunch, I wouldn't do it here.

Pros: Seated promptly, food delivered quickly

Cons: Cool service dampened everyone's good time

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Took a big group of out-of-towners here a few weeks back and the food was exceptionally good. The service was very good, but the waiter seemed like he was new and still getting his footing. It's easy to get jaded about Tom Douglas and his "empire", but this place still has it.

2
★★★★★

Took a big group of out-of-towners here a few weeks back and the food was exceptionally good. The service was very good, but the waiter seemed like he was new and still getting his footing. It's easy to get jaded about Tom Douglas and his "empire", but this place still has it.

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If you are a Seattleite, a transplant, or a visitor, you MUST eat at any of Tom Douglas's restaurants while you're here. I'm only doing one review but I'll cover all my bases. Tom Douglas creates masterpieces for the palate that you cannot create at home. . . even with his cookbooks. All of his restaurants have great ambiance and a unique flare in the decor. Their bakery also offers mighty fine bites.

Dahlia Lounge: hearty meals and you have to stay for dessert. I recommend the doughnuts.
Etta's: In the market, great seafood.
Lola's: Go for breakfast, lunch, or brunch. Fantastic.
Serious Pie: If the name included "yum" it would say it all.
Palace Kitchen: Go here for cocktails and light appetizers. You may make a habit of it.

Make reservations and enjoy. There's no way not to enjoy what Tom Douglas has created.

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★★★★★

If you are a Seattleite, a transplant, or a visitor, you MUST eat at any of Tom Douglas's restaurants while you're here. I'm only doing one review but I'll cover all my bases. Tom Douglas creates masterpieces for the palate that you cannot create at home. . . even with his cookbooks. All of his restaurants have great ambiance and a unique flare in the decor. Their bakery also offers mighty fine bites.

Dahlia Lounge: hearty meals and you have to stay for dessert. I recommend the doughnuts.
Etta's: In the market, great seafood.
Lola's: Go for breakfast, lunch, or brunch. Fantastic.
Serious Pie: If the name included "yum" it would say it all.
Palace Kitchen: Go here for cocktails and light appetizers. You may make a habit of it.

Make reservations and enjoy. There's no way not to enjoy what Tom Douglas has created.

Pros: All

Cons: Leave the kids at home.

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The high expectations we had due to the great reviews were somewhat disappointed. While the service was great and the restaurant offers a a nice ambience the food was average at best . The seafood sampler tasted as it was prepared much earlier and was sitting a fridge for quite a while. The menu leaves the impression it is created to get the maximum throughput for the restaurant . The wine list does not seem to be paired to the menu at all.

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★★☆☆☆

The high expectations we had due to the great reviews were somewhat disappointed. While the service was great and the restaurant offers a a nice ambience the food was average at best . The seafood sampler tasted as it was prepared much earlier and was sitting a fridge for quite a while. The menu leaves the impression it is created to get the maximum throughput for the restaurant . The wine list does not seem to be paired to the menu at all.

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I ate here with my daughter (age 15) at the end of a weekend spent in Seattle. The menu seemed rather limited, but we both took the plunge and ordered things we normally wouldn't order. The braised short ribs that I ordered were fabulous. She stills talks about the meal and especially the donut dessert. This is a great place for a memorable meal.

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★★★★★

I ate here with my daughter (age 15) at the end of a weekend spent in Seattle. The menu seemed rather limited, but we both took the plunge and ordered things we normally wouldn't order. The braised short ribs that I ordered were fabulous. She stills talks about the meal and especially the donut dessert. This is a great place for a memorable meal.

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I'm not going to lie. I was only interested in the donuts. Anyway, it was a Saturday night, and my boyfriend and I were driving through downtown looking for a place to eat. Since I work in downtown, I can honestly say I wasn't thrilled being in the area. We happened to pass Dahlia lounge and I remember someone raving about their donuts- I've only had their cupcakes from the bakery and those are little sparks of happiness. Again it was Sat night and since we didnt have reservations, I wasn't even sure we'd get in. The place was packed but the people at the front actually had an opening. Score! Anyway, with my mind on the donuts, I pretended to be interested in the rest of the menu. The waitress brought us a cute little dish slice of daikon with mushroom on top to wet our appetites...not bad! To start, my boyfriend had the bacalao to start, which he loved and I had the dungeness crab which was good as well. Shared the grilled bread salad, DELICIOUS. Main dish: king salmon for the boyfriend and spiced berkshire pork for me. We sampled each others dishes and everything was on point! And on to the glorious donuts!!!! They are as good as it gets folks! As far as the service goes, the place was packed and our waitress couldnt be as attentive as we'd like, but we didnt mind at all considering they were able to seat us immediately and without reservation. And they did keep our drinks filled.

2
★★★★★

I'm not going to lie. I was only interested in the donuts. Anyway, it was a Saturday night, and my boyfriend and I were driving through downtown looking for a place to eat. Since I work in downtown, I can honestly say I wasn't thrilled being in the area. We happened to pass Dahlia lounge and I remember someone raving about their donuts- I've only had their cupcakes from the bakery and those are little sparks of happiness. Again it was Sat night and since we didnt have reservations, I wasn't even sure we'd get in. The place was packed but the people at the front actually had an opening. Score! Anyway, with my mind on the donuts, I pretended to be interested in the rest of the menu. The waitress brought us a cute little dish slice of daikon with mushroom on top to wet our appetites...not bad! To start, my boyfriend had the bacalao to start, which he loved and I had the dungeness crab which was good as well. Shared the grilled bread salad, DELICIOUS. Main dish: king salmon for the boyfriend and spiced berkshire pork for me. We sampled each others dishes and everything was on point! And on to the glorious donuts!!!! They are as good as it gets folks! As far as the service goes, the place was packed and our waitress couldnt be as attentive as we'd like, but we didnt mind at all considering they were able to seat us immediately and without reservation. And they did keep our drinks filled.

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We went to Dahlia Lounge for my birthday celebration. With an 8:30pm reservation on a Saturday night, we were not seated until 9pm. The mussel in chowder appetizer had great flavors, and the bread at the bottom of the dish was soaked with all the essence of that dish. I had the Pacific black cod, which was pink in the center when it came. I asked another server who passed by about the pink color. He said with a sorry smile on his face that their cod is usually cooked through and should not be pink. He took the dish back but 10-15 min later I received another cod that was even more pink in the center with very crispy outer skin. I inquired our server about the pink color, and she checked it with the kitchen. The reply I got was the fish was pink because it was very fatty, but it was properly cooked. So I ate the fish, along with the lemon grass and mashed celery root that had great flavors. They did not charge us for the cod at the end. I've never had a white fish that was pink in the center when properly cooked, and as far as I know cod is not very fatty on the fatty fish scale. It felt like very high heat was used to cook the fish, so the outer skin was very crispy but the inside was still pink (not done?). My boyfriend had the medium rare sirloin steak, which was very "moo" (rare) when it came. The creme caramel dessert was very dense and tasty. All the dishes had excellent flavors and were very tasty. Granted I do not know if fatty cod should remain pink in the center when properly cooked, but this still poked a hole in the overall dining experience. I probably will not visit Dahlia Lounge again, but will probably try Etta's (another Tom Douglas' restaurant) that is more specialized in seafood. If incident similar to "pink cod" happens again, I'll probably not visit any of Tom Douglas' restaurant ever again in the future.

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★★★☆☆

We went to Dahlia Lounge for my birthday celebration. With an 8:30pm reservation on a Saturday night, we were not seated until 9pm. The mussel in chowder appetizer had great flavors, and the bread at the bottom of the dish was soaked with all the essence of that dish. I had the Pacific black cod, which was pink in the center when it came. I asked another server who passed by about the pink color. He said with a sorry smile on his face that their cod is usually cooked through and should not be pink. He took the dish back but 10-15 min later I received another cod that was even more pink in the center with very crispy outer skin. I inquired our server about the pink color, and she checked it with the kitchen. The reply I got was the fish was pink because it was very fatty, but it was properly cooked. So I ate the fish, along with the lemon grass and mashed celery root that had great flavors. They did not charge us for the cod at the end. I've never had a white fish that was pink in the center when properly cooked, and as far as I know cod is not very fatty on the fatty fish scale. It felt like very high heat was used to cook the fish, so the outer skin was very crispy but the inside was still pink (not done?). My boyfriend had the medium rare sirloin steak, which was very "moo" (rare) when it came. The creme caramel dessert was very dense and tasty. All the dishes had excellent flavors and were very tasty. Granted I do not know if fatty cod should remain pink in the center when properly cooked, but this still poked a hole in the overall dining experience. I probably will not visit Dahlia Lounge again, but will probably try Etta's (another Tom Douglas' restaurant) that is more specialized in seafood. If incident similar to "pink cod" happens again, I'll probably not visit any of Tom Douglas' restaurant ever again in the future.

Pros: great flavors

Cons: not seated promtply even with a reservation

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Went to Dahlia Lounge on Dec 08, 2006. Ordered the mussels with pancetta chowder as an appetizer and it was wonderful. The mussels were tender, not gummy. The french bread that came with it was perfect. I wish they served this type of bread instead of the pathetic flimsy bread offered that came with rock hard butter. I'm definitely going to their bakery soon to buy that french bread. Then I had the infamous crab cakes. You get two crab cakes with a side of veggies. Unfortunately, one of the crab cakes was slightly burnt on the bottom but otherwise was tender. If you desire to have crab cakes without any fillers and just taste the sweetness of dungeness crabs then this if for you. The accompanying fig molasses was an excellent complement to the sweetness of the crabcakes. Tom's world famous caramel dessert was creamy yet light. It looks like a flan but tastes 100x better. The icewine offered is truly exquisite. Service was impeccable with constant refilling of water glass and prompt removal of dishes. This is one of very few fine dining restaurants that I will definitely come back. Bravo to Chefs Tom Douglas and Erik Tanaka!!!

2
★★★★☆

Went to Dahlia Lounge on Dec 08, 2006. Ordered the mussels with pancetta chowder as an appetizer and it was wonderful. The mussels were tender, not gummy. The french bread that came with it was perfect. I wish they served this type of bread instead of the pathetic flimsy bread offered that came with rock hard butter. I'm definitely going to their bakery soon to buy that french bread. Then I had the infamous crab cakes. You get two crab cakes with a side of veggies. Unfortunately, one of the crab cakes was slightly burnt on the bottom but otherwise was tender. If you desire to have crab cakes without any fillers and just taste the sweetness of dungeness crabs then this if for you. The accompanying fig molasses was an excellent complement to the sweetness of the crabcakes. Tom's world famous caramel dessert was creamy yet light. It looks like a flan but tastes 100x better. The icewine offered is truly exquisite. Service was impeccable with constant refilling of water glass and prompt removal of dishes. This is one of very few fine dining restaurants that I will definitely come back. Bravo to Chefs Tom Douglas and Erik Tanaka!!!

Pros: Service was impeccable, No filler crab cakes

Cons: Free tasteless, no texture bread with rock hard butter

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This used to be my favorite restaurant......I also went for my Birthday we had a lovely waitress........ The food was greasy and so disappointing (crab cakes) !!! Although thebread salad always good and the cocunut creame pie yummm. The Lamb was fatty and the only meat was the size of my thumb!!! I expect so much more from what once was my favorite place for special occasions.....

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★★★☆☆

This used to be my favorite restaurant......I also went for my Birthday we had a lovely waitress........ The food was greasy and so disappointing (crab cakes) !!! Although thebread salad always good and the cocunut creame pie yummm. The Lamb was fatty and the only meat was the size of my thumb!!! I expect so much more from what once was my favorite place for special occasions.....

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We dined there on my b-day, it was quite lovely and sweet. Our waitress made it a perfect night! I believe her name is Murleen, she is very friendly and thoughtful throughout the whole time. We had a seafood sampler - which was cute, but both of us had diarrhhea later that night - and we believe it was caused by the raw oyster or sashimi. The main course - salmon and crab cake was good. I believe you must try the crab cake (both coconut milk and scallion Dungeness) if you are going to Tom's restaurant. The dessert - triple banana cream pie and chocolate chocolate chocolate was good too. Pie wasn't too sweet, chocolate was flavorful. It was a nice restaurant for special occasion, for $130 for two people, you got what you pay for.

2
★★★★★

We dined there on my b-day, it was quite lovely and sweet. Our waitress made it a perfect night! I believe her name is Murleen, she is very friendly and thoughtful throughout the whole time. We had a seafood sampler - which was cute, but both of us had diarrhhea later that night - and we believe it was caused by the raw oyster or sashimi. The main course - salmon and crab cake was good. I believe you must try the crab cake (both coconut milk and scallion Dungeness) if you are going to Tom's restaurant. The dessert - triple banana cream pie and chocolate chocolate chocolate was good too. Pie wasn't too sweet, chocolate was flavorful. It was a nice restaurant for special occasion, for $130 for two people, you got what you pay for.

Pros: ambience, setting, waitress

Cons: small portion

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We dined at Dahlia last night. Wait staff was friendly, knowledgable, attentive, efficient. I'm not sure what happened to the other reviewers with bad experiences but we didn't run into any problems. After sitting down a server brought us a sample of cucumber drizzled with melon vinaigrette that was a fresh starter, and a nice surprise! We ordered the crab cakes and fries with aioli and curried ketchup as appetizers. True, you get only 3 really small crabcakes to share for $14, but they are pure crab and the beauty of the dish and the tantalizing coconut curry sauce makes up for that. They were browned nicely on the outside and are delicately moist inside. We took our time and enjoyed them immensely. The fries are slightly addictive. I loved the mustard aioli and my husband loved the curried ketchup, although it was a little too perfumy for my taste. The thinly sliced red onion on top added a nice bite, should you choose to eat them. For entrees, I ordered the duck and my husband ordered the strip steak. The duck arrived on a beautiful rectangular slate plate with 2 decent size portions of 5 spice duck set upon kung pao bok choy with cashews. In one corner was a dish of nectarine chutney, and in the other was a dish of hot sauce. 2 triangles of dense scallion pancakes took the 3rd corner. The duck was mouthwatering and for the first time in my life, I really liked bok choy. I would take a piece of duck and dip it lightly in the hot sauce and then take a bite of the chutney to balance it out. The flavor combo was to die for. My husband's steak came on a plate already sliced, which didn't bother him, but I could understand that bothering some people. It was perfectly cooked, topped with a thin row of julienned greens and peanuts. The side was fried rice that came in a separate bowl and perhaps wasn't the best compliment to the steak, but was still good.

Our 2 desserts were on the house, the donuts for my birthday, and the chocolates for our anniversary. Yum.

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★★★★★

We dined at Dahlia last night. Wait staff was friendly, knowledgable, attentive, efficient. I'm not sure what happened to the other reviewers with bad experiences but we didn't run into any problems. After sitting down a server brought us a sample of cucumber drizzled with melon vinaigrette that was a fresh starter, and a nice surprise! We ordered the crab cakes and fries with aioli and curried ketchup as appetizers. True, you get only 3 really small crabcakes to share for $14, but they are pure crab and the beauty of the dish and the tantalizing coconut curry sauce makes up for that. They were browned nicely on the outside and are delicately moist inside. We took our time and enjoyed them immensely. The fries are slightly addictive. I loved the mustard aioli and my husband loved the curried ketchup, although it was a little too perfumy for my taste. The thinly sliced red onion on top added a nice bite, should you choose to eat them. For entrees, I ordered the duck and my husband ordered the strip steak. The duck arrived on a beautiful rectangular slate plate with 2 decent size portions of 5 spice duck set upon kung pao bok choy with cashews. In one corner was a dish of nectarine chutney, and in the other was a dish of hot sauce. 2 triangles of dense scallion pancakes took the 3rd corner. The duck was mouthwatering and for the first time in my life, I really liked bok choy. I would take a piece of duck and dip it lightly in the hot sauce and then take a bite of the chutney to balance it out. The flavor combo was to die for. My husband's steak came on a plate already sliced, which didn't bother him, but I could understand that bothering some people. It was perfectly cooked, topped with a thin row of julienned greens and peanuts. The side was fried rice that came in a separate bowl and perhaps wasn't the best compliment to the steak, but was still good.

Our 2 desserts were on the house, the donuts for my birthday, and the chocolates for our anniversary. Yum.

Pros: Artisitc food, good service, ambience

Cons: parking, pricey

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We ate at the Dahlia lounge for lunch. The service was great. The tomato soup and hamburger are to die for! Possibly the best burger in Seattle! The soup and burger are only available at lunch.

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★★★★★

We ate at the Dahlia lounge for lunch. The service was great. The tomato soup and hamburger are to die for! Possibly the best burger in Seattle! The soup and burger are only available at lunch.

Pros: Great hamburger

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Food quality is top notch. My husband and I generally recomend this place for out of towners; however, recently I stopped by to fill a coconut cream pie craving I was having and was disappointed with what I had gotten, especially when the woman that was working the counter claimed that people flew out from NY to have it! It was one of those miniature pies, which was wayyyy overpriced for what it was - mostly whiped cream and barely had the taste of coconut.
But please keep in mind the food is simply fabulous.

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★★★★★

Food quality is top notch. My husband and I generally recomend this place for out of towners; however, recently I stopped by to fill a coconut cream pie craving I was having and was disappointed with what I had gotten, especially when the woman that was working the counter claimed that people flew out from NY to have it! It was one of those miniature pies, which was wayyyy overpriced for what it was - mostly whiped cream and barely had the taste of coconut.
But please keep in mind the food is simply fabulous.

Pros: Food, and atmosphere

Cons: disappointed by the coconut cream pie

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My husband is a fan of Tom Douglas, so we decided to try out the Dahlia Lounge. It was a fairly average experience. None of the entrees jumped out at me - they all seemed to be a little too much "cedar planked salmon with pomegranate" - just things thrown together for the sake of being "different".

The ambience was ok, but the service was terrible - it took forever to place our order, one of our entrees came out before the other, and we were shuffled back and forth between different servers, none of whom seemed to care if they actuall *served* us.

The quality of the food was good, and the desserts were quite well execute - although nothing really striking.

Overall, I'd say the banality of the food coupled with the terrible service has put this on our "We'll eat somewhere else, thanks" list.

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★★★☆☆

My husband is a fan of Tom Douglas, so we decided to try out the Dahlia Lounge. It was a fairly average experience. None of the entrees jumped out at me - they all seemed to be a little too much "cedar planked salmon with pomegranate" - just things thrown together for the sake of being "different".

The ambience was ok, but the service was terrible - it took forever to place our order, one of our entrees came out before the other, and we were shuffled back and forth between different servers, none of whom seemed to care if they actuall *served* us.

The quality of the food was good, and the desserts were quite well execute - although nothing really striking.

Overall, I'd say the banality of the food coupled with the terrible service has put this on our "We'll eat somewhere else, thanks" list.

Pros: Pleasant ambience, well executed dishes, excellent desserts

Cons: Horrible servers, entrees that "try too hard", parking is terrible

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This is one of the best restaurants in Seattle. This is one of the places I take my guests and to treat myself. Tom Douglas keeps the menu interesting and fresh. The interior is uniquely decorated and could be a good place for a business lunch or a good place for a date.

5
★★★★★

This is one of the best restaurants in Seattle. This is one of the places I take my guests and to treat myself. Tom Douglas keeps the menu interesting and fresh. The interior is uniquely decorated and could be a good place for a business lunch or a good place for a date.

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Dahlia Lounge was our first dinner in our first night ever in Seattle. We had friendly service and although we arrived early, we were seated right away. Crab cakes were good, but what you'd expect. No fireworks. The infamous coconut cream pie was good, but not the best slice I'd ever had. The room is beautiful, the food was good, but it wasn't a standout meal for me. I'd look elsewhere if you only have a few nights in town.

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★★★★☆

Dahlia Lounge was our first dinner in our first night ever in Seattle. We had friendly service and although we arrived early, we were seated right away. Crab cakes were good, but what you'd expect. No fireworks. The infamous coconut cream pie was good, but not the best slice I'd ever had. The room is beautiful, the food was good, but it wasn't a standout meal for me. I'd look elsewhere if you only have a few nights in town.

Pros: Ambiance, Friendly service

Cons: Average food

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We had 6:00 weeknight reservations and needed to go to a 7:30 play after dinner. It took over an hour to get our entrees. The waitress walked back and forth, back and forth, but never offered an explanation why our food was so late. I was looking forward to the coconut cake for dessert but instead we had to wolf down our dinner and run to the theater. A memorable experience for all the wrong reasons. The food wasn't good enough to make me want to go back.

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★★★☆☆

We had 6:00 weeknight reservations and needed to go to a 7:30 play after dinner. It took over an hour to get our entrees. The waitress walked back and forth, back and forth, but never offered an explanation why our food was so late. I was looking forward to the coconut cake for dessert but instead we had to wolf down our dinner and run to the theater. A memorable experience for all the wrong reasons. The food wasn't good enough to make me want to go back.

Cons: Slow service

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we came here for dessert and LOVED their specialty - DONUTS. YUM. we also tried the creme caramel, pear sorbet and chocolate something. everything was delicious and our server was friendly and funny. we liked the decor and will definitely come back to try the dinner menu.

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★★★★★

we came here for dessert and LOVED their specialty - DONUTS. YUM. we also tried the creme caramel, pear sorbet and chocolate something. everything was delicious and our server was friendly and funny. we liked the decor and will definitely come back to try the dinner menu.

Pros: mouthwatering dessert, good service, romantic

Cons: bit pricey, parking

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The food at the Dahlia is to die for. Everything was cooked to perfection. I couldn't have asked for a better meal.

2
★★★★★

The food at the Dahlia is to die for. Everything was cooked to perfection. I couldn't have asked for a better meal.

Pros: Seafood, Ambience, Appetizers

Cons: Parking

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My husband and I recently went here for our first annivesary. We had a fabulous time. We informed the hostess that we would be celebrating there when we made the reservation, and when we were seated the waitress brought to glasses of champagne on the house. Everything we ordered was delicious and well presented (blue cheese and snap pea salad, salmon, crab cakes, cocunut pie and fried peach pie), and the server was very helpful in choosing wine to compliment. We were happy to find an annivesary discount on our check. Overall, we found the place very warm and welcoming and are looking forward to returning.

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★★★★★

My husband and I recently went here for our first annivesary. We had a fabulous time. We informed the hostess that we would be celebrating there when we made the reservation, and when we were seated the waitress brought to glasses of champagne on the house. Everything we ordered was delicious and well presented (blue cheese and snap pea salad, salmon, crab cakes, cocunut pie and fried peach pie), and the server was very helpful in choosing wine to compliment. We were happy to find an annivesary discount on our check. Overall, we found the place very warm and welcoming and are looking forward to returning.

Pros: knowledgable staff, delicious food, romantic

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When I have an underpar experience, I chalk it up to a server's bad night or something, but I have never been treated like THAT before. The hostess or whomever gave us the worst greeting ever "Have you SEEN our menu?" We responded yes with reluctancy as she turned around and asked "Are you going to have dinner? You really SHOULD look at the menu" We all looked at this woman in disbelief. She was talking about the prices perhaps, our maybe our ages, 25-32 But this was unbelievable. But our waitress too asked if we were going to have dinner. what? before asking us for drinks or anything. Never had we had our personal integrity and overall worthiness judged so quickly and rudely to completely change our mood and completely ruin our experience! I finally just ordered a slice of coconut pie, and NO I did not order dinner!

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★☆☆☆☆

When I have an underpar experience, I chalk it up to a server's bad night or something, but I have never been treated like THAT before. The hostess or whomever gave us the worst greeting ever "Have you SEEN our menu?" We responded yes with reluctancy as she turned around and asked "Are you going to have dinner? You really SHOULD look at the menu" We all looked at this woman in disbelief. She was talking about the prices perhaps, our maybe our ages, 25-32 But this was unbelievable. But our waitress too asked if we were going to have dinner. what? before asking us for drinks or anything. Never had we had our personal integrity and overall worthiness judged so quickly and rudely to completely change our mood and completely ruin our experience! I finally just ordered a slice of coconut pie, and NO I did not order dinner!

Pros: close to downtown

Cons: not the best in town

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I went here for a business lunch the other day and was one of the few in the group who had not heard of this restaurant before. It came highly recommended. It was a very nice, elegant setting with great service. I ordered the bread crusted salad, as a suggestion from someone else, and was very satisfied. I actually even ordered dessert, which I rarely do, and as it was recommended to me, I can now highly recommend to everyone else. If nothing else go to order the coconut cream pie. This would be a great place to take a date, but be advised not a cheap one.

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★★★★★

I went here for a business lunch the other day and was one of the few in the group who had not heard of this restaurant before. It came highly recommended. It was a very nice, elegant setting with great service. I ordered the bread crusted salad, as a suggestion from someone else, and was very satisfied. I actually even ordered dessert, which I rarely do, and as it was recommended to me, I can now highly recommend to everyone else. If nothing else go to order the coconut cream pie. This would be a great place to take a date, but be advised not a cheap one.

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Dahlia Lounge has a great atmosphere, very classy. Their food was okay, the waiters seemed a bit unexperiences but the dessert made up for most of it.

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★★★☆☆

Dahlia Lounge has a great atmosphere, very classy. Their food was okay, the waiters seemed a bit unexperiences but the dessert made up for most of it.

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yes, you walk in and is surrounded by red walls. and red is an energy color, so for the energy enticed people who like fun while eating fine dining, dahlia lounge is the place to be. one of tom douglas' restaurants, the food is of course, i expected, exquisite. the dishes are prepared with such precision and perfection.

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★★★★☆

yes, you walk in and is surrounded by red walls. and red is an energy color, so for the energy enticed people who like fun while eating fine dining, dahlia lounge is the place to be. one of tom douglas' restaurants, the food is of course, i expected, exquisite. the dishes are prepared with such precision and perfection.

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The Dahlia Lounge is an incredible place
to get a good martini. It's got lots of
ambiance. It's pricey but worth every
penny and a must visit if you are in
Seattle.

5
★★★★★

The Dahlia Lounge is an incredible place
to get a good martini. It's got lots of
ambiance. It's pricey but worth every
penny and a must visit if you are in
Seattle.

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Went to Dahlia for a date, and got crab cakes and five-spice duck, sea bar sampler and potstickers. Crabcakes were served with sauteed vegetables, including chayote, an interesting kind of squash. Different! Fun. Duck was served with curried fried rice with little pieces of sausage, and a side of what tasted like papaya chutney - yum! Our server suggested delicious wines that complemented our dinners perfectly. Tried some of the belgian fries, served with curry ketchup and a grainy mustard aioli - awesome! Served the fries with some thinly shaved red onion on top, which matched the flavor of the curry ketchup PERFECTLY.

Desserts were caramel flan and freshly-made doughnuts, shaken up with sugar and cinnamon in a bag right next to the table. The doughnuts were served with seasonal preserves (pear) and marscapone. Delicious.

Go here if you're not afraid of food.

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★★★★★

Went to Dahlia for a date, and got crab cakes and five-spice duck, sea bar sampler and potstickers. Crabcakes were served with sauteed vegetables, including chayote, an interesting kind of squash. Different! Fun. Duck was served with curried fried rice with little pieces of sausage, and a side of what tasted like papaya chutney - yum! Our server suggested delicious wines that complemented our dinners perfectly. Tried some of the belgian fries, served with curry ketchup and a grainy mustard aioli - awesome! Served the fries with some thinly shaved red onion on top, which matched the flavor of the curry ketchup PERFECTLY.

Desserts were caramel flan and freshly-made doughnuts, shaken up with sugar and cinnamon in a bag right next to the table. The doughnuts were served with seasonal preserves (pear) and marscapone. Delicious.

Go here if you're not afraid of food.

Pros: parking ($) close by, fresh, local food, unique, innovative

Cons: pricey!

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This is a GREAT place to eat. Come with an appreciation for what you are about to eat. Try something from each course. Come with good company, and order a nice bottle of wine, and just focus on your experience. This is what will make this a truly memorable dining experience.

4
★★★★☆

This is a GREAT place to eat. Come with an appreciation for what you are about to eat. Try something from each course. Come with good company, and order a nice bottle of wine, and just focus on your experience. This is what will make this a truly memorable dining experience.

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Great place downtown to take people from out of town. Or if you want to see or be seen. Upscale atmosphere and delicious food. It is owned by Tom Douglas who has several restaurants in town, all of them delicious! His newest is Lola which is also rather tasty...

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★★★★★

Great place downtown to take people from out of town. Or if you want to see or be seen. Upscale atmosphere and delicious food. It is owned by Tom Douglas who has several restaurants in town, all of them delicious! His newest is Lola which is also rather tasty...

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Dahlia Lounge is a Tom Douglas restaurant, and it's pricey. But the food is so savory and delicious, and the atmosphere so warm and calm, it's worth it. The menu is constantly updated to incorporate the freshest ingredients in the most surprising ways. Fusion is the name of the game at Dahlia Lounge.

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★★★★★

Dahlia Lounge is a Tom Douglas restaurant, and it's pricey. But the food is so savory and delicious, and the atmosphere so warm and calm, it's worth it. The menu is constantly updated to incorporate the freshest ingredients in the most surprising ways. Fusion is the name of the game at Dahlia Lounge.

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I was very disappointed! The drinks were nothing out of the ordinary- apple martini....yawn! The small plates were not very good at all- the mackeral was over cooked, the octopus was flavorless and the crab with mussel sauce was weird tasting. I ordered the venison which was the highlight of the evening, although I felt that the chef was trying to hard to serve eclectic dishes instead of serving flavors that mesh. The service was horrible! Our waitress was completely indifferent to us and the other tables around us. We were seated by the window with an awful draft. I will not return to Dahlia.

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★★☆☆☆

I was very disappointed! The drinks were nothing out of the ordinary- apple martini....yawn! The small plates were not very good at all- the mackeral was over cooked, the octopus was flavorless and the crab with mussel sauce was weird tasting. I ordered the venison which was the highlight of the evening, although I felt that the chef was trying to hard to serve eclectic dishes instead of serving flavors that mesh. The service was horrible! Our waitress was completely indifferent to us and the other tables around us. We were seated by the window with an awful draft. I will not return to Dahlia.

Pros: Desserts

Cons: , Boring Cocktails, Drafty

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Although I'm sure that some will find Tom Douglas' style a bit experimental, this restaraunt has been churning out consistently fantastic food for years. Not for the standard steak and potatoes crowd, but if you are looking for something unique, with fresh local ingredients, no one does it better than Dahlia.

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★★★★★

Although I'm sure that some will find Tom Douglas' style a bit experimental, this restaraunt has been churning out consistently fantastic food for years. Not for the standard steak and potatoes crowd, but if you are looking for something unique, with fresh local ingredients, no one does it better than Dahlia.

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Had time to kill and decided to try Dahlia's. With no reservations, I thought the 3! greeters would have a heart attack, but they "allowed" us to sit at the bar, despite the continuously empty tables. We ordered the twice baked potato. I took a bite and discovered tons of goat cheese. With an ingredient like goat cheese, I expect it to be in the description! I tried to eat my greens but they were unbelievably bitter. I ate as much as I could stomach and ordered dessert. Husband ordered coconut cream pie...the 1/2" of pie was good, but the 4" of whipped cream was rediculous. Loving homey desserts, I ordered the bread pudding. I got a churro-tasting hockey puck. For these prices I expect much better; but to be honest, I wouldn't eat that food again if it were free. The bartender/our waiter was exceptionally nice, though.

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★★☆☆☆

Had time to kill and decided to try Dahlia's. With no reservations, I thought the 3! greeters would have a heart attack, but they "allowed" us to sit at the bar, despite the continuously empty tables. We ordered the twice baked potato. I took a bite and discovered tons of goat cheese. With an ingredient like goat cheese, I expect it to be in the description! I tried to eat my greens but they were unbelievably bitter. I ate as much as I could stomach and ordered dessert. Husband ordered coconut cream pie...the 1/2" of pie was good, but the 4" of whipped cream was rediculous. Loving homey desserts, I ordered the bread pudding. I got a churro-tasting hockey puck. For these prices I expect much better; but to be honest, I wouldn't eat that food again if it were free. The bartender/our waiter was exceptionally nice, though.

Pros: near the Cinerama, nice bartender

Cons: , overpriced, snotty service

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I am surprised at the negative reviews since our dinners have always been v.g. to excellent. We do order wine, but no dessert.If there is any neg., it is that sometimes my husband gets indigestion afterwards!
Even tho they are always so busy, we have been seated right away/ in a reasonable amt of time (with a reservation) and have received snappy, professional service. We are fussy about both.
I do not think of Dahlia Lounge for fish--even tho another reviewer pans it and then suggests Elliott's. I have never eaten fish at Dahlia Lounge but everything else has been v.g. to excellent. Try roasted chicken or lamb.

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★★★★☆

I am surprised at the negative reviews since our dinners have always been v.g. to excellent. We do order wine, but no dessert.If there is any neg., it is that sometimes my husband gets indigestion afterwards!
Even tho they are always so busy, we have been seated right away/ in a reasonable amt of time (with a reservation) and have received snappy, professional service. We are fussy about both.
I do not think of Dahlia Lounge for fish--even tho another reviewer pans it and then suggests Elliott's. I have never eaten fish at Dahlia Lounge but everything else has been v.g. to excellent. Try roasted chicken or lamb.

Pros: well-conceived dishes, quality- preparation, service

Cons: , noisy/busy

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This is one of the few Belltown restaurants I return to again and again. As a vegetarian, the selection is not that good, but what they have is always very tasty. The service is usually very good, and I always like the atmosphere.

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★★★★☆

This is one of the few Belltown restaurants I return to again and again. As a vegetarian, the selection is not that good, but what they have is always very tasty. The service is usually very good, and I always like the atmosphere.

Pros: Very good food

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Have been to the Dahlia 3 times first 8 pm on a Sat and they were full so called Palace Kitchen to save us a seat at the bar (which they gladly did), second sat at the bar and had the most delicious appetizers and drinks ever (and met Tom Douglas), and the third for a dinner. When I made the reservation I expressed concern over making our concert in time. The hostess said shed make sure the kitchen knew. When we arrived they commented they knew we had a timetable and the waitress knew as well. Our entrees came out quickly but everything was cooked to perfection. Service was impeccable. All 3 of us LOVED our food. And the creme caramel was out of this world. I still cant understand why someone would rate this poorly. Tom Douglas knows restaurants!

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★★★★★

Have been to the Dahlia 3 times first 8 pm on a Sat and they were full so called Palace Kitchen to save us a seat at the bar (which they gladly did), second sat at the bar and had the most delicious appetizers and drinks ever (and met Tom Douglas), and the third for a dinner. When I made the reservation I expressed concern over making our concert in time. The hostess said shed make sure the kitchen knew. When we arrived they commented they knew we had a timetable and the waitress knew as well. Our entrees came out quickly but everything was cooked to perfection. Service was impeccable. All 3 of us LOVED our food. And the creme caramel was out of this world. I still cant understand why someone would rate this poorly. Tom Douglas knows restaurants!

Pros: Inventive Food, Great Service, Best desserts

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We had heard that Dahlia Lounge was 'the place to go' and were looking forward to our meal. Such a disappointment! The menu was small, the food was so-so and the prices were way too high. Our waiter was very nice and helpful but it still didn't make up for the sub-standard food.

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★★☆☆☆

We had heard that Dahlia Lounge was 'the place to go' and were looking forward to our meal. Such a disappointment! The menu was small, the food was so-so and the prices were way too high. Our waiter was very nice and helpful but it still didn't make up for the sub-standard food.

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Our visit to the Dahlia Lounge was actually one of our worst dining experiences anywhere. We sat down to eat dinner around 9 pm on a Saturday and were informed that the appetizer I wanted to order, the entree my partner wanted to order and the dessert I wanted were not available. This was appalling. What was more appalling was the bland and rubbery free range chicken that we were forced to order since so many things were missing. Our server was so rude I wonder how he keeps his job. I have no idea why or how critics tout this as one of Seattle's best restaurants.

1
★★☆☆☆

Our visit to the Dahlia Lounge was actually one of our worst dining experiences anywhere. We sat down to eat dinner around 9 pm on a Saturday and were informed that the appetizer I wanted to order, the entree my partner wanted to order and the dessert I wanted were not available. This was appalling. What was more appalling was the bland and rubbery free range chicken that we were forced to order since so many things were missing. Our server was so rude I wonder how he keeps his job. I have no idea why or how critics tout this as one of Seattle's best restaurants.

Pros: nice decor

Cons: terrible service, items not available, bland menu

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Althugh many of reviews say that this restaurant is one of Seattle's best, I didn't find that this restaurant was anything special. The lighting was very dim making it hard to see anything. There were many children around us and the food wasn't anything to get excited about. For the price that you pay, you are probably better off hitting a different restaurant. This is another restaurant that I found catered to the older wealthier crowd, so if you are in your early 20's, this isn't really a friendly place to be. Also, if you are a dessert fan, the menu isn't that wonderful, we even considered heading to Roy's after dinner for some dessert.

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★★★☆☆

Althugh many of reviews say that this restaurant is one of Seattle's best, I didn't find that this restaurant was anything special. The lighting was very dim making it hard to see anything. There were many children around us and the food wasn't anything to get excited about. For the price that you pay, you are probably better off hitting a different restaurant. This is another restaurant that I found catered to the older wealthier crowd, so if you are in your early 20's, this isn't really a friendly place to be. Also, if you are a dessert fan, the menu isn't that wonderful, we even considered heading to Roy's after dinner for some dessert.

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We had the most fantastic time at the Dahlia this last Sunday night. It's all we've talked about since. Paul, the chef, was awesome. Not to mention our waitress. The food was UNREAL!!! The lamb cheeks (loved the dishes they came in), the oysters, that hamachi concoction with the miso, my very first taste of foie gras (by the way, oh my GOD!!! New favorite delicacy), that poke & THAT DUCK, the crabcakes & the short rib. It all was incredible. No... incredible doesn't do justice to how good I felt after that meal. Have you ever felt completely, perfectly satisfied and yet... still wanted just a little more? Just one more bite... one more glass of wine. So happy to be with family & friends Sad that the evening was winding down. THAT was dinner at the Dahlia this last Sunday. What an amazing night. Thanks to everyone.
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★★★★★

We had the most fantastic time at the Dahlia this last Sunday night. It's all we've talked about since. Paul, the chef, was awesome. Not to mention our waitress. The food was UNREAL!!! The lamb cheeks (loved the dishes they came in), the oysters, that hamachi concoction with the miso, my very first taste of foie gras (by the way, oh my GOD!!! New favorite delicacy), that poke & THAT DUCK, the crabcakes & the short rib. It all was incredible. No... incredible doesn't do justice to how good I felt after that meal. Have you ever felt completely, perfectly satisfied and yet... still wanted just a little more? Just one more bite... one more glass of wine. So happy to be with family & friends Sad that the evening was winding down. THAT was dinner at the Dahlia this last Sunday. What an amazing night. Thanks to everyone.
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Pros: The food, The sevice, The food

Cons: parking (dt, duh)

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My husband and I had been looking forward to trying out Dahlia. The night was rainy and I had on a blue rain coat with a hood. When we stepped inside the empty entrance way and partially full restaurant at 9pm. The man behind the host desk quickly informed my husband that our table wouldn't be available for an hour or so and that there were no spaces at the bar. The man was quite possibly the rudest and most condescending customer service person that I have ever encountered. I can't comment on the food because we certainly didn't stay. Apparently if you wear a rain coat you aren't chic enough to eat at Dahlia.

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★☆☆☆☆

My husband and I had been looking forward to trying out Dahlia. The night was rainy and I had on a blue rain coat with a hood. When we stepped inside the empty entrance way and partially full restaurant at 9pm. The man behind the host desk quickly informed my husband that our table wouldn't be available for an hour or so and that there were no spaces at the bar. The man was quite possibly the rudest and most condescending customer service person that I have ever encountered. I can't comment on the food because we certainly didn't stay. Apparently if you wear a rain coat you aren't chic enough to eat at Dahlia.

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