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Pacific Northwest Restaurant (US)$$$
Today 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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2319 E Madison St Seattle, WA 98112
2319 East Madison StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98112
$$$Pacific Northwest Restaurant (US), American Restaurant
Pacific Northwest Restaurant (US)
American Restaurant
Today 5:30 – 10:00 pm
Monday ClosedTuesday ClosedWednesday 5:30 – 10:00 pmThursday 5:30 – 10:00 pmFriday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSaturday 5:30 – 10:00 pmSunday 5:30 – 10:00 pm
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Modern American cuisine featuring local ingredients in a revamped Craftsman house with white decor.- Google
"Food was amazing make sure you try the bacon flan and their pate."
"Great wine list."
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Christopher Crammond
a year ago
Crush is good, but I don't think it is quite the phenomenal experience that most everyone else does. The food was very good, but the night we went the music in the room was quite loud and I could feel the bass pulsing while I was eating. I found it distracting and this really took away from the overall meal.
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David Huynh
3 years ago
I absolutely LOVED this restaurant my first time there. They had a lobster dish at the time that was the best lobster I've ever had. Something about the way they prepared it. Everything else was amazing as well. I wasn't too impressed my second time there, and it was just above average the third time. I would go back to get the same first-time experience. Just haven't had a chance.
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Jose Armenteros
3 years ago
Great food and great service from Julian. Food was amazing make sure you try the bacon flan and their pate. Also, try the cucumber beverage on their drink menu.
Amikam Reuveni
3 years ago
another emperor's new clothes waiting for the little boy. miniscule portions. nickel and diming for everything. pretentious service. uncomfortable seats.
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Yoni Fogel
3 years ago
When you go in, the decor is striking. Everything is white (various shades of white), but it's done well. I commented to my date that when a police car went by with lights and sirens, I finally saw some color. The presentation of the food makes you feel like you're (almost) watching a Morimoto battle on Iron Chef America. The food was excellent, except for the duck. Caveat, this was my first time ever trying duck, and I may simply not like any presentation of it. The waiters provided me with great service; answering all my questions, being very attentive, providing good wine suggestions, and also they had a wonderful sense of humor. Pricing was commensurate with the level of food and service, expect ~100-50 for two people with dinner, wine and appetizers.
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James Kim
6 years ago
Celebrated my wedding anniversary at Crush. The staff was prompt with their service and knowledgeable about the food and the wine. The food was sophisticated, but did not lose the essence by layering them too much. The ingredients were very fresh. Great wine list. Would strongly recommend trying it.
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Aimee Cardwell
4 years ago
Maybe they go a little nuts with the sous vide, but Crush is reliably delicious. I love to sit at the counter and watch the chefs turn out amazing creations in the tiny kitchen. The atmosphere of the restaurant is always appealing.
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Tetyana Melnik
2 years ago
To have a dinner there, in Crush - Is an event by itself: an elegant march of delicious food, beautifully appeared on snow white china, spectacular service performance. It is an art to celebrate food. And it is a celebration of food. Amazing experience! Encore, chef Jason!