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“Breakfast worth waiting for”
Review of Sazerac - CLOSED

Sazerac
Certificate of Excellence
Price range: $31 - $40
Cuisines: American, Cajun & Creole, Contemporary
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Good for: Large groups
Dining options: Breakfast, Late Night, Outdoor Seating, Reservations
Dining style: Casual Elegant
Cross street: Spring
Transit: The New Sound Transit Light Rail station nearest us is University Street Station, in the Seattle Tunnel underneath Third Avenue.
Description: Outlier is a Seattle gathering place, serving urban rustic small plates and craft cocktails. We serve simple, seasonally-driven food, perfect for sharing and social dining in an environment that is dynamic, fueled by a creative beverage program and pumped up tunes!
Reviewed December 9, 2012

The service was a bit slow, but breakfast was worth waiting for. Our server was pleasant and courteous and the food was delicious, everything done to perfection.

Thank JoAnneBelle
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Reviewed November 20, 2012

A great restaurant for breakfast! Fresh, Organic and delicious! They even have gluten free toast.
The service was exceptional. We will eat here again!

Thank Cindy S
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Reviewed November 19, 2012

The food is unique but has no southern flavor. The Housemade Lamb sausage was excellent but the lentils were not like home cooking.

Thank Katheryn_12
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Reviewed November 17, 2012

We actually visited on 2 separate occasions during our brief stay in Seattle. The Sunday brunch was very good though I should have sampled their Bloody Mary Bar instead of a glass of bubbly. The smoked brisket hash was very good with very tender cubes of smoky brisket. For dinner I sampled a couple of wine flights along with the pork cheeks and wild mushrooms. The crispy truffles or potato croquettes flavored with truffle cheese and truffle aioli was also a nice variation on the usual french fries. Though I do want to sample that Bloody Mary Bar...

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1  Thank GochisoGourmet
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Reviewed November 8, 2012

Sazerac was suggested by the front desk staff at the hotel across the street. I sat at the Chef's counter where you can see many of the dishes being prepared. By chance I asked the waiter about a dish up for delivery that did not seem to be on the dinner menu and learned they also have a happy hour menu!
I tried the field greens salad with a house dressing and the potato truffle puffs. The salad was good but the the truffle puffs were outstanding! A wonderful blend of favors and a delightful consistency. Both dishes were reasonably priced on the happy hour menu and provided a wonderful light meal. Best of all, happy hour lasts until 8 pm.

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Thank Doug P
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