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“Comfy and Good”
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, 2013

Ate here while staying at Hotel Monaco. It is great to have a fun hip restaurant connected to your hotel.

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Thank Linda A
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Reviewed December 5, 2013

This is a popular place with the locals. We met people who drove an hour just for happy hour, 5 to 8. They have great happy hour plates and a good full menu. It is located in the Monaco Hotel which if you stay there makes it a double delight. The hotel has a free wine happy hour in the loby. and if you are staying there and are discreet you can take a glass to the restaurant. wonderful pizza's and meat plates.

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Thank sandiegoretiredguy1
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Reviewed December 4, 2013

Sazerac has become our favorite downtown Seattle restaurant for repeat visits: not the absolutely best restaurant in town, but one that we have come to depend on for food that is well-prepared and delicious, with a good variety of options for creative and interesting soups, pizzas, small plates, and larger entrees. We choose to dine at Sazerac even when we're staying at a sister Kimpton hotel.

On our most recent visit, we enjoyed an excellent dinner and a delightful lunch; on a previous visit we also enjoyed their fabulous happy hour, which offers great food at bargain prices.

Cocktails are interesting and there's a good selection of wines by the glass: seafood entrees have always been superb, as are the soups, the beet salad, pizzas, sandwiches, and a really great hamburger. When we ask to share a salad or entree, the server offers to have the kitchen divide and serve our halves on separate plates: a gracious and generous offering. The cheese plate is also a treat: fine cheeses, a little fruit, and plenty of bread.

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Thank MartsoSwan
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Reviewed December 1, 2013

It has a nice atmosphere, and the happy hour is decent. But it's not the best restaurant, despite its attempts to appeal to foodies. Roasted chicken a little dry, biscuits heavy...and some of the dishes just had odd flavor profiles. It's not particularly cheap, either. Some of the wait staff were really great, however. Unfortunately, during brunch with friends, we had a waiter who wasn't the most pleasant. But outside of this, it's a nice hotel restaurant, and serves its purpose.

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Thank craftyphd
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Reviewed November 21, 2013

Food was decent and happy hour was okay. Nice that it's located in our hotel, so it served it's purpose, but when in Seattle there are just too many better options.

Thank WyomingPam
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