1. Summer Dining at Six Seven (the Edgewater)

    Six Seven The Edgewater

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    Rose’

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    The views… Puget Sound

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    Alki

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    stadiums and ports

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    Amuse to amuse.. chilled tomato cappuccino

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    Smoked Salmon with asparagus, soft boiled egg, prosciutto bites, and lemon vinaigrette 

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    arugula, local pear, walnuts, blue cheese

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    Sip champagne with sorbet

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    Pan roasted Halibut with artichoke, heirloom tomatos

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    Pour the wine 

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    Braised short rib with parsnip puree, carrots, bacon, pearl onions

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    Meyer lemon pie with salted almond crust and brulee fruits

    The Six Seven at the Edgewater is a nice Pacific Northwest dining experience. The space gives a modern lodge feel and is complimented with a panoramic backdrop of Puget Sound.  You can see the sunsets, currents, ferries, stadiums, and Olympic Mountains.  

    Last week Six Seven kindly invited me to attend a dinner party for their new summer menu.  And I must say, Six Seven knows how to hosts a dinner party.  The experience was an 8 course meal with Sommelier pairings with each dish.  Everything was pretty good and in particular the pan roasted halibut which was cooked perfectly with a nice crisp char.

    Overall the experience was pretty grand with impeccable service, and breathtaking Seattle views.  Thanks again Six Seven for the invite and it was very nice to meeting everyone that attended.

    Six Seven on Urbanspoon

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Tin Table (Century Ballroom)
One of the hippest dining spots located in the centralist portion of Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The Tin Table is an excellent social setting for a good time. The backdrop is urban industrial with a hint of coziness. The crowd is hoppin, mixed with the hipsters and the dinner partiers. The service is top notch and kind.
The food at Tin Table is pretty good. The menu is New American and choices range from casual to sophisticated. I enjoyed the halibut, short rib, and rabit ragu (swagu). Chickpea fritters are amazing and opt in for cheese tots. Desserts were done nicely, biegnets, a giant smore with a pie, and the parfait like dish. To add, they also of have good cocktails though I don’t remember since I had comsumed them quickly. 
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    Tin Table (Century Ballroom)

    One of the hippest dining spots located in the centralist portion of Seattle’s Capitol Hill. The Tin Table is an excellent social setting for a good time. The backdrop is urban industrial with a hint of coziness. The crowd is hoppin, mixed with the hipsters and the dinner partiers. The service is top notch and kind.

    The food at Tin Table is pretty good. The menu is New American and choices range from casual to sophisticated. I enjoyed the halibut, short rib, and rabit ragu (swagu). Chickpea fritters are amazing and opt in for cheese tots. Desserts were done nicely, biegnets, a giant smore with a pie, and the parfait like dish. To add, they also of have good cocktails though I don’t remember since I had comsumed them quickly. 

    The Tin Table on Urbanspoon

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Revel 
Hands down Revel is one of my favorite Seattle restaurants. It serves a korean urban inspired cuisine that is done with a modern touch. Also you can see influences in their dishes from all of asian flavors. My favorites are the short rib dumplings, mussel pancakes with pickled coconut, argula corned lamb salad with fish sauce (spicy), dungeness crab with seaweed noodle, oxtail ragout noodle, and the earl grey truffle dessert (all shown above). It has an industrial modern setting that is complimented by hip pop art, which in all promotes a fine social experience. For busy dinner nights, hop into Quoin next door for cocktails. 
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    Revel 

    Hands down Revel is one of my favorite Seattle restaurants. It serves a korean urban inspired cuisine that is done with a modern touch. Also you can see influences in their dishes from all of asian flavors. My favorites are the short rib dumplings, mussel pancakes with pickled coconut, argula corned lamb salad with fish sauce (spicy), dungeness crab with seaweed noodle, oxtail ragout noodle, and the earl grey truffle dessert (all shown above). It has an industrial modern setting that is complimented by hip pop art, which in all promotes a fine social experience. For busy dinner nights, hop into Quoin next door for cocktails. 

    Revel on Urbanspoon