Steak & Seafood restaurants in Washington
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A mainstay of traditional Seattle dining and the flagship of a small Northwest chain, this classy, wood-lined place is a network of cubbyholes that looks like an old-boys’ club (it was built as a hotel in 1827). The food is consistently good, with daily fresh fish specials (mostly grilled with zesty sauces) and a fine selection of local oysters, chops and steak. Try the crab cakes or the seared ahi (tuna), or just ask your server what’s fresh. The bar menu is awesome, with a number of substantial snacks for less than $2.