Chez Shea

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35th Street Bistro

709 N 35th St Seattle, WA

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If you're looking to have a romantic dinner, this restaurant is a great choice for those of you who'd like to share a special evening with a loved one.

With the seasonal menu to the tasting menu, you will definitely find a dish that will please you with everything prepared with a contemporary French style; each plate is refined and you won't be disappointed.

The vibe is charming and if you happen to sit near the windows, you'll have great views of the water. Once the sun sets, the candles come out and that sets the mood even more.

On my last visit, I ended up going on a quiet night and it felt like I had the place to myself which was delightful but I can imagine that this place could get packed for special occasions like Vday. Since the overall place looks small, I bet that it could get really loud in there. Be warned.

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★★★☆☆

If you're looking to have a romantic dinner, this restaurant is a great choice for those of you who'd like to share a special evening with a loved one.

With the seasonal menu to the tasting menu, you will definitely find a dish that will please you with everything prepared with a contemporary French style; each plate is refined and you won't be disappointed.

The vibe is charming and if you happen to sit near the windows, you'll have great views of the water. Once the sun sets, the candles come out and that sets the mood even more.

On my last visit, I ended up going on a quiet night and it felt like I had the place to myself which was delightful but I can imagine that this place could get packed for special occasions like Vday. Since the overall place looks small, I bet that it could get really loud in there. Be warned.

Pros: Intimate, good service

Cons: Parking downtown can be challenging

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"What's Seattle's most romantic restaurant?" is the inevitable question with each year's arrival of Valentines Day. One place at the top of my list is Chez Shea. It's above the Pike Place vendors on the top floor of the Corner Market Building, which also houses another contender for a romantic place to eat: Matt's in the Market.

Chez Shea, though, feels a bit more intimate. The service is attentive, and the quality of the food is consistently high. Pork belly and pork loin are personal favorites, and there's always a tasting menu for those seeking a well-rounded meal.

For a most satisfying experience, try to get a table by the window, and time your arrival so that your dinner extends through the sunset, as the changing light in the room is part of the joy of dining in this restaurant.

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★★★☆☆

"What's Seattle's most romantic restaurant?" is the inevitable question with each year's arrival of Valentines Day. One place at the top of my list is Chez Shea. It's above the Pike Place vendors on the top floor of the Corner Market Building, which also houses another contender for a romantic place to eat: Matt's in the Market.

Chez Shea, though, feels a bit more intimate. The service is attentive, and the quality of the food is consistently high. Pork belly and pork loin are personal favorites, and there's always a tasting menu for those seeking a well-rounded meal.

For a most satisfying experience, try to get a table by the window, and time your arrival so that your dinner extends through the sunset, as the changing light in the room is part of the joy of dining in this restaurant.

Pros: Intimate atmosphere is romantic

Cons: Intimate atmosphere can be noisy

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I took my husband here for his birthday a few years ago because he had always wanted to try foie gras. We both had the wine tasting menu and although it was close to $200 it is still a meal that I remember as one of the best ever. Often, after paying $50 plus for meals - I think it wasn't really worth the money but this is not the case. Enjoy your time here - its worth every penny!

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★★★★★

I took my husband here for his birthday a few years ago because he had always wanted to try foie gras. We both had the wine tasting menu and although it was close to $200 it is still a meal that I remember as one of the best ever. Often, after paying $50 plus for meals - I think it wasn't really worth the money but this is not the case. Enjoy your time here - its worth every penny!

Pros: Atmosphere, food that is worth the price

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My husband and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary here and I just want to do it all over again, and again! We had the Chef's tasting menu with seven courses:

1-Starting with oysters on the half shell. Now I am not usually into oysters- it's a texture thing- but these were delicious! half of them had a pink grapefruit compote and the other half had a pickled cucumber salad which was my fave.

2-Next was foie gras two ways, one in a smooth and flavorful pate form, the other seared to perfection-both atop crisp Brioche.

3-Then Chilled Vichyssoise, a potato and leek version that was smooth and delicious. The perfect palate cleanser!

4-Next was the Alaskan Halibut with controne Beans heirloom tomatoes and a basil based sauce. It was again a delightful dish.

5-Then came the tenderloin of Beef with demi glace, truffle butter, and silky mashed potatoes. This was our favorite course of all! The tenderloin was cooked perfectly rare/medium rare and melted on your tongue. The truffle butter and the handmade demi glace were perfection, and the potatoes were beaten so silky smooth...Chez Shea has created the ultimate meat and potatoes dish!

6-Next came a cheese trio with an exquisite goat Roquefort bleu cheese (my fave!), a Delice de Bourgogne which was creamy and very strong, then Petit Basque. Served with an apricot compote to cleanse the palate.

7-Finally was dessert which was a light and creamy panna cotta with fresh berries. Perfect for summer, very light and refreshing.

The staff were attentive and knowledgeable, the atmosphere romantic and comfortable, and the food an adventure for the senses.

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★★★★★

My husband and I celebrated our 10th wedding anniversary here and I just want to do it all over again, and again! We had the Chef's tasting menu with seven courses:

1-Starting with oysters on the half shell. Now I am not usually into oysters- it's a texture thing- but these were delicious! half of them had a pink grapefruit compote and the other half had a pickled cucumber salad which was my fave.

2-Next was foie gras two ways, one in a smooth and flavorful pate form, the other seared to perfection-both atop crisp Brioche.

3-Then Chilled Vichyssoise, a potato and leek version that was smooth and delicious. The perfect palate cleanser!

4-Next was the Alaskan Halibut with controne Beans heirloom tomatoes and a basil based sauce. It was again a delightful dish.

5-Then came the tenderloin of Beef with demi glace, truffle butter, and silky mashed potatoes. This was our favorite course of all! The tenderloin was cooked perfectly rare/medium rare and melted on your tongue. The truffle butter and the handmade demi glace were perfection, and the potatoes were beaten so silky smooth...Chez Shea has created the ultimate meat and potatoes dish!

6-Next came a cheese trio with an exquisite goat Roquefort bleu cheese (my fave!), a Delice de Bourgogne which was creamy and very strong, then Petit Basque. Served with an apricot compote to cleanse the palate.

7-Finally was dessert which was a light and creamy panna cotta with fresh berries. Perfect for summer, very light and refreshing.

The staff were attentive and knowledgeable, the atmosphere romantic and comfortable, and the food an adventure for the senses.

Pros: AMAZING food, attentive staff, wine list, and more

Cons: pricey!

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Since I'm relatively new to the area, I am looking for unique places that I can return to when the occasion warrants it. This place will stay on my list. It's a romantic spot tucked away in the most touristy area in Seattle -- right above Pike Place Market. If you're in town with your sigother, make reservations--which are all but mandatory due to the very limited seating -- and enjoy the experience.
From the relatively limited but flexible menu -- you don't have to stick to the recommended course order -- my companion had the chef's squash menu, including squash soup, salad and squash gnocchi. It was all wonderful -- the soup was very creamy and the gnocchi was very robust given its vegetable foundation. It was too much to finish.
I had the steelhead salmon and it's probably the best piece of salmon I've ever had. Perfectly prepared, nicely (and lightly) seasoned, and on a bed of black rice that was a great complement to the food.
The service was very accommodating and friendly but not intrusively so. We originally had a reservation in the lounge, but we came early and they were able to move us to the main dining room -- even though both venues are quite nice.
My only complaint is minor: The space is very small. Since the walls are mainly bare and the end of the room is Palladian windows overlooking the market, sound reverberates and levels can be a problem, especially if a larger group is seated near you and they get a little animated. And if there's not a large group making a lot of noise, you can easily overhear normal conversations at your neighbor's table. But again, that's minor. The quality of the entire experience was very nice and I'd highly recommend it for anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind experience.

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★★★★☆

Since I'm relatively new to the area, I am looking for unique places that I can return to when the occasion warrants it. This place will stay on my list. It's a romantic spot tucked away in the most touristy area in Seattle -- right above Pike Place Market. If you're in town with your sigother, make reservations--which are all but mandatory due to the very limited seating -- and enjoy the experience.
From the relatively limited but flexible menu -- you don't have to stick to the recommended course order -- my companion had the chef's squash menu, including squash soup, salad and squash gnocchi. It was all wonderful -- the soup was very creamy and the gnocchi was very robust given its vegetable foundation. It was too much to finish.
I had the steelhead salmon and it's probably the best piece of salmon I've ever had. Perfectly prepared, nicely (and lightly) seasoned, and on a bed of black rice that was a great complement to the food.
The service was very accommodating and friendly but not intrusively so. We originally had a reservation in the lounge, but we came early and they were able to move us to the main dining room -- even though both venues are quite nice.
My only complaint is minor: The space is very small. Since the walls are mainly bare and the end of the room is Palladian windows overlooking the market, sound reverberates and levels can be a problem, especially if a larger group is seated near you and they get a little animated. And if there's not a large group making a lot of noise, you can easily overhear normal conversations at your neighbor's table. But again, that's minor. The quality of the entire experience was very nice and I'd highly recommend it for anyone looking for a one-of-a-kind experience.

Pros: Hidden spot among the throngs of tourists, very intimate, great service

Cons: Parking is always a problem around Pike Place Market, be aware of being seated next to a large table

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You can tell when a chef loves food and this one does! Setting was beautiful and the tasting course was amazing. Wish I had been there with someone other than a coworker. Next time.

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★★★★★

You can tell when a chef loves food and this one does! Setting was beautiful and the tasting course was amazing. Wish I had been there with someone other than a coworker. Next time.

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The food was some of the best I have had in a long time and was ever so carefully prepared. I had the duck leg and it was so delicious and tender. I always have the duck at every restaurant I go too and this by far s one of the best. The entire staff is so attentive from the moment they take your coat at the door to the last bottle of wine they cork for you. I would confidently say that Chez Shea is the most Romantic date spot in the whole area from the first date, to popping the question and your 50th anniversary. Enjoy and try the duck pate or duck leg!!!

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★★★★★

The food was some of the best I have had in a long time and was ever so carefully prepared. I had the duck leg and it was so delicious and tender. I always have the duck at every restaurant I go too and this by far s one of the best. The entire staff is so attentive from the moment they take your coat at the door to the last bottle of wine they cork for you. I would confidently say that Chez Shea is the most Romantic date spot in the whole area from the first date, to popping the question and your 50th anniversary. Enjoy and try the duck pate or duck leg!!!

Pros: Everything

Cons: Make sure you make a reservation.

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This restaurant, Chez Shea is the place for fresh seafood! All the food is excellent and what a great environment, the Pike Place Market.

Susan Taylor

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★★★★★

This restaurant, Chez Shea is the place for fresh seafood! All the food is excellent and what a great environment, the Pike Place Market.

Susan Taylor

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La Donna, in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood, offers fresh, regional Italian food. Their pastas are handmade daily and entrees are flavorful and of the highest quality. The resaturant is quaint but tends toward the higher class, with an extensive wine list and some unusual flavor parings. Seating is comfortable, but the noise level can be loud on the weekends. With the addition of upstairs seating, the restaurant feels a bit more airy, and on summer nights when they open the large windows, the dining experience is wonderful.

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La Donna, in Chicago's Andersonville neighborhood, offers fresh, regional Italian food. Their pastas are handmade daily and entrees are flavorful and of the highest quality. The resaturant is quaint but tends toward the higher class, with an extensive wine list and some unusual flavor parings. Seating is comfortable, but the noise level can be loud on the weekends. With the addition of upstairs seating, the restaurant feels a bit more airy, and on summer nights when they open the large windows, the dining experience is wonderful.

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I have heard of Chez Shea for some time and was waiting for a special occasion to try it. Four of us went there for my birthday and tried the chef's tasting menu. We thought the food was well prepared and it was fun to try 8 different things. We were totally stuffed by the 5th dish and had a wonderful time. Our server was so kind and the place was not pretentious at all. Overall, it was expensvie about $500 for 4 people but worth the money and experience.

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★★★★☆

I have heard of Chez Shea for some time and was waiting for a special occasion to try it. Four of us went there for my birthday and tried the chef's tasting menu. We thought the food was well prepared and it was fun to try 8 different things. We were totally stuffed by the 5th dish and had a wonderful time. Our server was so kind and the place was not pretentious at all. Overall, it was expensvie about $500 for 4 people but worth the money and experience.

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I'll start off by saying outright that Chez Shea was simply fantastic!

* Outstanding service (our waitress gave us plenty of time to decide on dinner choices, and was alert enough to realize that when we started eating our bread we were probably hungry enough to order dinner - a really nice touch!).

* Amazing food (I highly reccommend the beef tenderloin - it's so tender, it cuts like butter...a great piece of meat!)

* Incredible ambience (great shades of red, candlelight, and a quiet, intimate atmosphere).

I have found one of my favorite restaurants in the city. I'm looking forward to the summer menu!

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★★★★★

I'll start off by saying outright that Chez Shea was simply fantastic!

* Outstanding service (our waitress gave us plenty of time to decide on dinner choices, and was alert enough to realize that when we started eating our bread we were probably hungry enough to order dinner - a really nice touch!).

* Amazing food (I highly reccommend the beef tenderloin - it's so tender, it cuts like butter...a great piece of meat!)

* Incredible ambience (great shades of red, candlelight, and a quiet, intimate atmosphere).

I have found one of my favorite restaurants in the city. I'm looking forward to the summer menu!

Pros: Great service, amazing food

Cons: None I can think of - a truly great experience

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My partner and I like to eat out a lot, and this was one of the nicest places we've been to in quite some time. The service, food, and atmosphere were excellent. We weren't kept waiting at any point in the meal. They didn't make a show of themselves when they came to the table, but they weren't impersonal either. I prefer a waitperson who fills your water or brings you a napkin, and you never noticed it happened. First I had the amberjack ceviche,...wow. It was mouthwatering. The textures were nice too. Second was the Kobe Style Beef Tartar. It's the best I've ever had, and was surprised at the sensual nature of such a dish! A lot of restaurants in Seattle serve something they call a beef tartar, that's basically unseasoned raw ground beef. There is little or no effort put into the dish. Don't miss the tartar at Chez Shea! For the entree I felt like I didn't have enough beef yet, so I ordered the Kobe Beef Tenderloin with Hedge Hog & Black Trumpet Mushrooms, White Truffle Mashed Potatoes & Demi Glace. If they'd thrown a wedding dress on the tenderloin I would have fallen in love it was so perfect. When the waitress asked me how I like my steak done I was shy about asking for it to be between rare, and medium rare, which she noticed and said she also liked hers to be cooked to that in between place too. My partner loved her blacked cod. For dessert I had the Meyer Lemon Pavlova. I find many lemon desserts too sour and make my cheeks hurt like I'd been blowing up balloons. Not so in this case. My partner would describe the decor as 'french dive bar meets seattle'. I noticed that they were able to achive romantic lighting without it being too dark. You could see your meal and the other patrons. I can't wait to go back!

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★★★★★

My partner and I like to eat out a lot, and this was one of the nicest places we've been to in quite some time. The service, food, and atmosphere were excellent. We weren't kept waiting at any point in the meal. They didn't make a show of themselves when they came to the table, but they weren't impersonal either. I prefer a waitperson who fills your water or brings you a napkin, and you never noticed it happened. First I had the amberjack ceviche,...wow. It was mouthwatering. The textures were nice too. Second was the Kobe Style Beef Tartar. It's the best I've ever had, and was surprised at the sensual nature of such a dish! A lot of restaurants in Seattle serve something they call a beef tartar, that's basically unseasoned raw ground beef. There is little or no effort put into the dish. Don't miss the tartar at Chez Shea! For the entree I felt like I didn't have enough beef yet, so I ordered the Kobe Beef Tenderloin with Hedge Hog & Black Trumpet Mushrooms, White Truffle Mashed Potatoes & Demi Glace. If they'd thrown a wedding dress on the tenderloin I would have fallen in love it was so perfect. When the waitress asked me how I like my steak done I was shy about asking for it to be between rare, and medium rare, which she noticed and said she also liked hers to be cooked to that in between place too. My partner loved her blacked cod. For dessert I had the Meyer Lemon Pavlova. I find many lemon desserts too sour and make my cheeks hurt like I'd been blowing up balloons. Not so in this case. My partner would describe the decor as 'french dive bar meets seattle'. I noticed that they were able to achive romantic lighting without it being too dark. You could see your meal and the other patrons. I can't wait to go back!

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I have been to Chez Shea 4-5 times now and I have gotten excellent service and wonderful seasonal food cooked to perfection each time. I do admit their wine selection is a bit expensive but it is so worth the atmosphere, the experience, and the delicious food. Keep up the good work guys!! I am looking forward to my next time!

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★★★★★

I have been to Chez Shea 4-5 times now and I have gotten excellent service and wonderful seasonal food cooked to perfection each time. I do admit their wine selection is a bit expensive but it is so worth the atmosphere, the experience, and the delicious food. Keep up the good work guys!! I am looking forward to my next time!

Pros: Atmosphere, Excellent Service, Delicious Food

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returning from vacation in France my contry of birth, and visiting my childrens in Seattle we celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary at chez Chea. the Duck was fantastic, as well as the oysters. it was much better
than the same that we had in Dordogne and Bretagne. the wine list is also very very fair. i will go back there
first chance i get when we return to visite here from California
compliments to the chef..
E.Blangy.

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★★★★★

returning from vacation in France my contry of birth, and visiting my childrens in Seattle we celebrated our 50th wedding anniversary at chez Chea. the Duck was fantastic, as well as the oysters. it was much better
than the same that we had in Dordogne and Bretagne. the wine list is also very very fair. i will go back there
first chance i get when we return to visite here from California
compliments to the chef..
E.Blangy.

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I have to say that I truly love the space that makes up Chez Shea. It is cute and intimate and always makes me feel like I am in a movie as I look out across the market roof. I cannot say that I feel the same fondness for the food, however. Although it is very tasty, the portions are so small that it almost is not worth eating there! It is one of those restaurants where everything is exquisitely presented, but underneath the sprouts and fancy sauce, there isn?t much there. I have eaten there three times and each time my party and I left to go somewhere else for a late night snack despite the fact that we had already spent over $150.00! My recommendation would be to start off at Chez Shea for a drink and an appetizer and then to go somewhere else for the rest of your meal!

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★★★☆☆

I have to say that I truly love the space that makes up Chez Shea. It is cute and intimate and always makes me feel like I am in a movie as I look out across the market roof. I cannot say that I feel the same fondness for the food, however. Although it is very tasty, the portions are so small that it almost is not worth eating there! It is one of those restaurants where everything is exquisitely presented, but underneath the sprouts and fancy sauce, there isn?t much there. I have eaten there three times and each time my party and I left to go somewhere else for a late night snack despite the fact that we had already spent over $150.00! My recommendation would be to start off at Chez Shea for a drink and an appetizer and then to go somewhere else for the rest of your meal!

Pros: Romantic space

Cons: Too expensive for portion size.

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I've been to Chez Shea twice in the last year, and was happy both times. My first time there we went withfriends and it was wonderful--it was a set menu, slightly different to what they have now (less choices in the courses, except the entree). The service was wonderful.The first two courses are set, (first course was a tart)with a choice of the third course and entree. I was allergic to the first course, so they made something separate for me. My husband ordered the beef, which was perfect, and I had the vegetarian option (an amazing take on lasanga--layers of crepe, bechemel sauce and vegetables). The second time there were choices for each course as it is now; again wonderful service, excellent beef tenderloin, but the duck was only okay. Still, I would definately go back.

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★★★★★

I've been to Chez Shea twice in the last year, and was happy both times. My first time there we went withfriends and it was wonderful--it was a set menu, slightly different to what they have now (less choices in the courses, except the entree). The service was wonderful.The first two courses are set, (first course was a tart)with a choice of the third course and entree. I was allergic to the first course, so they made something separate for me. My husband ordered the beef, which was perfect, and I had the vegetarian option (an amazing take on lasanga--layers of crepe, bechemel sauce and vegetables). The second time there were choices for each course as it is now; again wonderful service, excellent beef tenderloin, but the duck was only okay. Still, I would definately go back.

Pros: Wonderful food, service and ambience

Cons: Duck was overdone

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In my honest opinion, this French restaurant is way overrated... However, the place is both romantic and creepy.. We ordered the tasting menu, well, the food taste's below what we're expecting and it's pricey for a small restaurant like this. The service was very good though..

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★★★☆☆

In my honest opinion, this French restaurant is way overrated... However, the place is both romantic and creepy.. We ordered the tasting menu, well, the food taste's below what we're expecting and it's pricey for a small restaurant like this. The service was very good though..

Pros: Prompt service

Cons: Pricey, food is just OK.

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Very intimate setting and not too noisy. I like the fact the restaurant is a little hidden, I think it's part of the charm. I had a couple of signature cocktails, all very tasty. I also enjoyed all three courses there. I had the lemon tart for dessert, it was flaky, soft, and flavorful. Overall the experience was excellent!

1
★★★☆☆

Very intimate setting and not too noisy. I like the fact the restaurant is a little hidden, I think it's part of the charm. I had a couple of signature cocktails, all very tasty. I also enjoyed all three courses there. I had the lemon tart for dessert, it was flaky, soft, and flavorful. Overall the experience was excellent!

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Everything about this place was perfect. The food to the view to the impeccable service, this was more than dinner it was an event. We ordered the chef's menu and our server timed each course perfectly. The food was inventive and amazing. The wine paired perfectly. At first being sat, I was concerned about what seemed closely spaced tables but it turned out not to be an issue. This place struck all the right notes creating a perfect intimate delicious experience.

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★★★★★

Everything about this place was perfect. The food to the view to the impeccable service, this was more than dinner it was an event. We ordered the chef's menu and our server timed each course perfectly. The food was inventive and amazing. The wine paired perfectly. At first being sat, I was concerned about what seemed closely spaced tables but it turned out not to be an issue. This place struck all the right notes creating a perfect intimate delicious experience.

Pros: tucked away market location, service, food

Cons: nothing should stop you from visiting

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I am new in Seattle, and try to find good restaurants and bars in town. Of some great experiences so far, I really like Chez Shea's 3-course price-fixed menu available in the lounge. $25 per person with some entree choices. It is a casual lounge but has a nice view and the ambience is warm and intimate. Service can be a little bit slow when the lounge is filled, but still very friendly. I will try Chez Shea main dining room soon.

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★★★★★

I am new in Seattle, and try to find good restaurants and bars in town. Of some great experiences so far, I really like Chez Shea's 3-course price-fixed menu available in the lounge. $25 per person with some entree choices. It is a casual lounge but has a nice view and the ambience is warm and intimate. Service can be a little bit slow when the lounge is filled, but still very friendly. I will try Chez Shea main dining room soon.

Pros: Foods, Ambience, Good Value

Cons: None, but service can be slow

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I give this review in the context of having paid $300 for a meal and my expectations of such an experience. On New Years Eve and the anniversary for my fiancee and I, we patroned Chez Shea and found them to be below expectations. We were initially ignored when we entered despite the fact that their were employees who were not occupied. We had to request to have our coats hung up and were told by the hostess to remind her to get it for us when we left (as we left we retrieved the coats ourselves from the closet as no one was around). Of the six course meal only one of the appetizers and the dessert made me go "mmm", the rest was nothing special. The service was average and not especially nice. The waitress only poured the taster pour of wine for my partner and did not pour me a glass to test. The atmosphere is nice (we sat in the lounge) and the specialty drinks were very yummy. But, overall, a great disappointment to our budget and our special nite.

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★★☆☆☆

I give this review in the context of having paid $300 for a meal and my expectations of such an experience. On New Years Eve and the anniversary for my fiancee and I, we patroned Chez Shea and found them to be below expectations. We were initially ignored when we entered despite the fact that their were employees who were not occupied. We had to request to have our coats hung up and were told by the hostess to remind her to get it for us when we left (as we left we retrieved the coats ourselves from the closet as no one was around). Of the six course meal only one of the appetizers and the dessert made me go "mmm", the rest was nothing special. The service was average and not especially nice. The waitress only poured the taster pour of wine for my partner and did not pour me a glass to test. The atmosphere is nice (we sat in the lounge) and the specialty drinks were very yummy. But, overall, a great disappointment to our budget and our special nite.

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I took my girlfriend here and we had a great time. The setting is excellent and food was very good. My girlfriend got a salad and soup and loved it. I got a steak and it was one of the best I've had.

2
★★★★★

I took my girlfriend here and we had a great time. The setting is excellent and food was very good. My girlfriend got a salad and soup and loved it. I got a steak and it was one of the best I've had.

Pros: Great food, great setting

Cons: A little spendy but worth it

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Went in for my birthday (A Sunday at 7:30pm) and was seated as far away from the window as possible...even though we had told the woman taking our reservation that we would be celebrating a birthday. After being seated it took at least 10 minutes for the waitress to greet us and bring water. Only 1 waitress was working the entire (albeit small) restaurant, so service was minimal besides dropping the food off. We were not asked how each dish was, only had the dirty plates picked up. The waitress also spilled part of my girlfriends martini on the table, and didn't offer to get her a new one.
The food was very good, I cannot complain there. However for fine dining, I think utilizing 1 waitress for 10+ tables is spreading customer service very thin. I will probably give Chez Shea another shot, as I am guessing I caught them on an "off" night.

2
★★★★☆

Went in for my birthday (A Sunday at 7:30pm) and was seated as far away from the window as possible...even though we had told the woman taking our reservation that we would be celebrating a birthday. After being seated it took at least 10 minutes for the waitress to greet us and bring water. Only 1 waitress was working the entire (albeit small) restaurant, so service was minimal besides dropping the food off. We were not asked how each dish was, only had the dirty plates picked up. The waitress also spilled part of my girlfriends martini on the table, and didn't offer to get her a new one.
The food was very good, I cannot complain there. However for fine dining, I think utilizing 1 waitress for 10+ tables is spreading customer service very thin. I will probably give Chez Shea another shot, as I am guessing I caught them on an "off" night.

Pros: Excellent ambience, great food, large drink selection

Cons: Minimal customer service

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Great food, romantic and great location. so many choices and all plates are amazing!

You must try it!

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★★★★★

Great food, romantic and great location. so many choices and all plates are amazing!

You must try it!

Pros: food, anbience

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This is the place where couples get engaged. The food is fabulous and it is in the market. The tables are a bit too close together and the fixed price menu is a bit too much (indigestion is not that romantic).

2
★★★★★

This is the place where couples get engaged. The food is fabulous and it is in the market. The tables are a bit too close together and the fixed price menu is a bit too much (indigestion is not that romantic).

Pros: View

Cons: Tables close together

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This was our first trip to Seattle. What a wonderful dining experience Chez Shea turned out to be. The food, wine, service and atmosphere were great. The restaurant is in a hard to find location so leave time to look for it.

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★★★★★

This was our first trip to Seattle. What a wonderful dining experience Chez Shea turned out to be. The food, wine, service and atmosphere were great. The restaurant is in a hard to find location so leave time to look for it.

Pros: food, wine, service and atmosphere

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Nothing but raves even when there was opportunity for a small rant. From the start which was speaking with dinner mgr. Lotta to confirm a party of 8 for a 40th birthday it was fun and smooth. We were not the traditional Chez clients. Yet, lotta was able to accomodate us with everything we requested; 8pm res, flowers from the market on the table, drink for the bday girl upon arrival, a sunset view of the sound for all the people the visiting guests, and a custom cake served without announcement to finish (they don't sing-haha).
Then the complications started: we had an extra person, 2 people running late, the bday girl was joyously a few decibels above what chez shea is used to and the group was not interested in following a standard ordering timetable. Our server Nadia handled it like the consumate professional she is. The timing was impeccable, food was served hot, drinks were full, water always attended and all focus was on the bday girl.
To be completely candid, the food was what we expected. Well prepared, nicely presented, and adequate portions. It was lovely. (don't miss the carrot-ginger soup).
The only rant possible was when I confirmed that the cake served was not the cake we discussed. It turns out the original cake was damaged. But, to perserve the bday girl's experience this was confirmed with me privately with a 50% reduction in the charge (all handled with the minimal amount of distraction).
We highly recommend Chez Shea for any small event when you want to feel like your party is the focus of the night. Well done Lotta & Nadia.

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★★★★★

Nothing but raves even when there was opportunity for a small rant. From the start which was speaking with dinner mgr. Lotta to confirm a party of 8 for a 40th birthday it was fun and smooth. We were not the traditional Chez clients. Yet, lotta was able to accomodate us with everything we requested; 8pm res, flowers from the market on the table, drink for the bday girl upon arrival, a sunset view of the sound for all the people the visiting guests, and a custom cake served without announcement to finish (they don't sing-haha).
Then the complications started: we had an extra person, 2 people running late, the bday girl was joyously a few decibels above what chez shea is used to and the group was not interested in following a standard ordering timetable. Our server Nadia handled it like the consumate professional she is. The timing was impeccable, food was served hot, drinks were full, water always attended and all focus was on the bday girl.
To be completely candid, the food was what we expected. Well prepared, nicely presented, and adequate portions. It was lovely. (don't miss the carrot-ginger soup).
The only rant possible was when I confirmed that the cake served was not the cake we discussed. It turns out the original cake was damaged. But, to perserve the bday girl's experience this was confirmed with me privately with a 50% reduction in the charge (all handled with the minimal amount of distraction).
We highly recommend Chez Shea for any small event when you want to feel like your party is the focus of the night. Well done Lotta & Nadia.

Pros: Service, Food

Cons: only possible prob is parking

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Chez Shea completely impressed me from start to finish! I was immediately enamored with the restaurants hidden location in Pike Place Market, and the interior decor was uniquely lovely. Our party of two received a cheerful greeting from the hostess, and our server was exceptionally warm and professional without being over-the-top. Arguably one of Seattles more premiere restaurants, Chez Shea understands that snobby does not equal classy.

I started the evening with the rich and savory foie gras brulee accompanied by house-made crackers and a sliced plum (or maybe it was a peachit was one of those stone fruits, anyway!). My dining partner began with the steamed Manila clams, which were perhaps even more delicious than the brulee. For my entree, I enjoyed delicious sablefish atop a corn cake, garnished with avocado-heirloom tomato relish. Excellent. I also sampled my friends beef tenderloin and potatoes au gratin, which were equally delicious. Dessert included a brown butter lemon tart and the Mexican chocolate tiramisuboth very nice, but our entrees were really the evenings strongest course.

With such excellent food and service, I might have expected a hefty bill, but this was not to be. Three courses, an iced tea, a glass of wine, tax, and respectable tip came to $70 per person, which I feel is perfectly reasonable for a nice dinner out.

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★★★★★

Chez Shea completely impressed me from start to finish! I was immediately enamored with the restaurants hidden location in Pike Place Market, and the interior decor was uniquely lovely. Our party of two received a cheerful greeting from the hostess, and our server was exceptionally warm and professional without being over-the-top. Arguably one of Seattles more premiere restaurants, Chez Shea understands that snobby does not equal classy.

I started the evening with the rich and savory foie gras brulee accompanied by house-made crackers and a sliced plum (or maybe it was a peachit was one of those stone fruits, anyway!). My dining partner began with the steamed Manila clams, which were perhaps even more delicious than the brulee. For my entree, I enjoyed delicious sablefish atop a corn cake, garnished with avocado-heirloom tomato relish. Excellent. I also sampled my friends beef tenderloin and potatoes au gratin, which were equally delicious. Dessert included a brown butter lemon tart and the Mexican chocolate tiramisuboth very nice, but our entrees were really the evenings strongest course.

With such excellent food and service, I might have expected a hefty bill, but this was not to be. Three courses, an iced tea, a glass of wine, tax, and respectable tip came to $70 per person, which I feel is perfectly reasonable for a nice dinner out.

Pros: Excellent food, lovely service

Cons: None

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My husband and I visited Chez Shea after hearing about their tasting menu, and we were not disappointed. We both ordered the seven-course menu (there was a four-course option, but we wanted something more), and the flight of wines.

Each course was perfectly paired with wine, the presentation was divine, and our waitstaff was very attentive. I have a severe food allergy which often makes dining out a challenge, but Chez Shea accomodated my needs without batting an eyelid.

We were served fresh seasonal food, as well as a finely done foie gras. The crab bisque was good, if a bit underseasoned. Everything else was remarkable.

The atmosphere was romantic, but not so dim that you couldn't see your food. However, the tables are a bit cramped, and it wouldn't take much for a loud table to spoil the evening.

The entire dinner too just under three hours, and left us full but not uncomfortable.

Parking is challenging near the Market, and the restaurant can be hard to find (being upstairs in a building across from the Market), but it's worth the effort.

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★★★★☆

My husband and I visited Chez Shea after hearing about their tasting menu, and we were not disappointed. We both ordered the seven-course menu (there was a four-course option, but we wanted something more), and the flight of wines.

Each course was perfectly paired with wine, the presentation was divine, and our waitstaff was very attentive. I have a severe food allergy which often makes dining out a challenge, but Chez Shea accomodated my needs without batting an eyelid.

We were served fresh seasonal food, as well as a finely done foie gras. The crab bisque was good, if a bit underseasoned. Everything else was remarkable.

The atmosphere was romantic, but not so dim that you couldn't see your food. However, the tables are a bit cramped, and it wouldn't take much for a loud table to spoil the evening.

The entire dinner too just under three hours, and left us full but not uncomfortable.

Parking is challenging near the Market, and the restaurant can be hard to find (being upstairs in a building across from the Market), but it's worth the effort.

Pros: Excellent tasting menu and wines, wonderful seasonal ingredients, inventive flavours

Cons: Parking, slightly crowded tables, a bit hard to find.

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Why wander all over the world for that delectable feast when it is right here in Seattle at Chez Shea? The eight course tasting menu with five wine pairings easily rivaled other great dining moments in Manhattan, Paris, Barcelona and Tokyo. Of special note were the local oysters which retained their full flavor from not being over chilled, served with a brut Rose; rare Kobe style tenderloin wrapped in crisp, paper thin prosciutto served with a Sangiovese; a balanced selection of bleu, triple cream, and medium firm goat cheeses; and a refreshingly delicate, piped pavlova topped with key lime mousse. The graceful service was impeccable.

Our gourmet experience at Chez Shea was enhanced by its beautiful setting in the Pike Place Market replete with flowers, ferries, gorgeous sunset reflecting on the sound, and the Olympic mountains in the background. How romantic is that?

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★★★★★

Why wander all over the world for that delectable feast when it is right here in Seattle at Chez Shea? The eight course tasting menu with five wine pairings easily rivaled other great dining moments in Manhattan, Paris, Barcelona and Tokyo. Of special note were the local oysters which retained their full flavor from not being over chilled, served with a brut Rose; rare Kobe style tenderloin wrapped in crisp, paper thin prosciutto served with a Sangiovese; a balanced selection of bleu, triple cream, and medium firm goat cheeses; and a refreshingly delicate, piped pavlova topped with key lime mousse. The graceful service was impeccable.

Our gourmet experience at Chez Shea was enhanced by its beautiful setting in the Pike Place Market replete with flowers, ferries, gorgeous sunset reflecting on the sound, and the Olympic mountains in the background. How romantic is that?

Pros: Ambience, service and presentation

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I recently was surprised with a meal here by my boyfriend. We did not have reservations, however we were graciously accomodated and seated at a table by the window. We had a gorgeous view of the setting sun, so the ambiance was wonderful. The food was impeccable, every mouthful a delight on my tastebuds. The service was also wonderful. I can easily see how this was rated as Seattle's most romantic restaurant. I am an incurable romantic and it hit me right with everything!!

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★★★★★

I recently was surprised with a meal here by my boyfriend. We did not have reservations, however we were graciously accomodated and seated at a table by the window. We had a gorgeous view of the setting sun, so the ambiance was wonderful. The food was impeccable, every mouthful a delight on my tastebuds. The service was also wonderful. I can easily see how this was rated as Seattle's most romantic restaurant. I am an incurable romantic and it hit me right with everything!!

Pros: Romantic, Wonderful Service, Exquisite Dining

Cons: NONE!!

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Absolutely fantastic and great service from our waitress.
Try the eight course tasting menu - superb!!

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Absolutely fantastic and great service from our waitress.
Try the eight course tasting menu - superb!!

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Had the 8 course dinner paired with the wine. The wife and I had a great seat on a clear day as the sun set. First course...cold shrimp (fresh from the deli tray?). The other courses much better. Not a great start out of the gate. The wine was good...not great, but well paired. Really, the only issue I have is the value. $275 (including tip) for dinner for two. Good food...yes. Good wine...yes. Great?...no. I have paid much less (hundreds of different places) for much better. I would put a price tag of about $150 to $180 on what we got for food, wine, service and scenery. The waitress was great...Claudia is her name I think. I may go back sometime...maybe when I get a raise.

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★★★★☆

Had the 8 course dinner paired with the wine. The wife and I had a great seat on a clear day as the sun set. First course...cold shrimp (fresh from the deli tray?). The other courses much better. Not a great start out of the gate. The wine was good...not great, but well paired. Really, the only issue I have is the value. $275 (including tip) for dinner for two. Good food...yes. Good wine...yes. Great?...no. I have paid much less (hundreds of different places) for much better. I would put a price tag of about $150 to $180 on what we got for food, wine, service and scenery. The waitress was great...Claudia is her name I think. I may go back sometime...maybe when I get a raise.

Pros: Location, Pretty at sunset, Great server

Cons: Value

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My wife and I recently had dinner at Chez Shea, which was really a good experience. We ordered four course menus, and I had duck confit which was prepared and presented perfectly. My wife said the sea scallops were excellent. Good service and good atmosphere. We will definitely come back again.

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★★★★★

My wife and I recently had dinner at Chez Shea, which was really a good experience. We ordered four course menus, and I had duck confit which was prepared and presented perfectly. My wife said the sea scallops were excellent. Good service and good atmosphere. We will definitely come back again.

Pros: Foods, Service, Atmosphere

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Good service, very 'flat' and cold atmosphere. Uncomfortable seating and the food was just ok. definately not memorable and expansive for what you get. Wine is overpriced.

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Good service, very 'flat' and cold atmosphere. Uncomfortable seating and the food was just ok. definately not memorable and expansive for what you get. Wine is overpriced.

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Spent a midweek night at Chez Shea, with my wife and another couple, and was truly amazed with every aspect of our 8 course paired wine dinner. You cannot go wrong here if it is a first date, or a couples night out...food and service are both first rate! As a restaurant manager, food addict, and wine lover; this place hit all my hot buttons for perfection, and left us all in a blissful food coma. I simply cannot strongly enough recommend this restaurant to friends, family, and guests in my restaurant looking for fabulous French fare, graciously served.

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★★★★★

Spent a midweek night at Chez Shea, with my wife and another couple, and was truly amazed with every aspect of our 8 course paired wine dinner. You cannot go wrong here if it is a first date, or a couples night out...food and service are both first rate! As a restaurant manager, food addict, and wine lover; this place hit all my hot buttons for perfection, and left us all in a blissful food coma. I simply cannot strongly enough recommend this restaurant to friends, family, and guests in my restaurant looking for fabulous French fare, graciously served.

Pros: Food, Wine, Service

Cons: Nothing

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The fish are flying and the world's first Starbucks is steaming its milk, and everywhere you look there are tourists. But native Seattle-ites shop at the market, especially for the spring produce. There's a great olive oil place with seasoned oils for dipping and downstairs in the less travelled bit there are all sorts of quirky places like the belt store where I found re-buckle-able belts.

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★★★☆☆

The fish are flying and the world's first Starbucks is steaming its milk, and everywhere you look there are tourists. But native Seattle-ites shop at the market, especially for the spring produce. There's a great olive oil place with seasoned oils for dipping and downstairs in the less travelled bit there are all sorts of quirky places like the belt store where I found re-buckle-able belts.

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Pikes Place Market is a great place to emerse yourself in the culture of Seattle. There aretons of vendors selling fresh fish or produce, as well as Seattle souvenirs. There are great local restaurants, as well as the first ever Starbucks, all in a small strip. I would highly recommend checking out the action, particularly in when the weather is nice. It's a great place to people watch, eat, and do a little shopping...all in easy proximity to the waterfront and downtown.

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Pikes Place Market is a great place to emerse yourself in the culture of Seattle. There aretons of vendors selling fresh fish or produce, as well as Seattle souvenirs. There are great local restaurants, as well as the first ever Starbucks, all in a small strip. I would highly recommend checking out the action, particularly in when the weather is nice. It's a great place to people watch, eat, and do a little shopping...all in easy proximity to the waterfront and downtown.

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Pike place market is like a flea market so to speak. Although most items are new, its a lot of little stands on the waterfront, including food, jewely, clothes all kinds of items. Alot of tourist items, but alot of locals like going even just for the view and then fresh air. Its a fun little day trip, parking isnt the best of course but this is Seattle we are talking about you will get that everywhere you go!

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Pike place market is like a flea market so to speak. Although most items are new, its a lot of little stands on the waterfront, including food, jewely, clothes all kinds of items. Alot of tourist items, but alot of locals like going even just for the view and then fresh air. Its a fun little day trip, parking isnt the best of course but this is Seattle we are talking about you will get that everywhere you go!

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Pike place market is a great attraction that is purely Seattle. You can find great foods from all lover. No doubt you have seen the famous fish throwing at Pike place. There are many shops to browse and its a great day at the market. The prices are great also. If you want to take in the whole Seattle experience you cannot miss this destination.

PROS: price, shops
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Pike place market is a great attraction that is purely Seattle. You can find great foods from all lover. No doubt you have seen the famous fish throwing at Pike place. There are many shops to browse and its a great day at the market. The prices are great also. If you want to take in the whole Seattle experience you cannot miss this destination.

PROS: price, shops
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Perhaps the most famous Seattle landmark after the Space Needle, this sprawling farmer's market and collection of eateries is a must-see on any trip to Seattle. Mostly open-air, the main hall is what seems like a mile-long row of fish, meat, produce, and trinket vendors. Don't miss the lower levels, which contain shops and restaurants.

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Perhaps the most famous Seattle landmark after the Space Needle, this sprawling farmer's market and collection of eateries is a must-see on any trip to Seattle. Mostly open-air, the main hall is what seems like a mile-long row of fish, meat, produce, and trinket vendors. Don't miss the lower levels, which contain shops and restaurants.

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When travelling to seattle you definatelly need to check out pikes. They have some of the most unique things. There is always something fun going on. I always go to get some of ther beautiful flowers or some collectible figurines for my mom. It is always so much fun every itme we go.

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★★★★★

When travelling to seattle you definatelly need to check out pikes. They have some of the most unique things. There is always something fun going on. I always go to get some of ther beautiful flowers or some collectible figurines for my mom. It is always so much fun every itme we go.

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I went during the week and this place was just buzzing with people everywhere! It's like a huge flea market with everything and anything! I couldn't believe some of the flower arrangements; so gorgeous and SO EXTREMELY CHEAP. It's a must-see for every tourist and make sure you go and check out the flying fish! It's a great experience.

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★★★★☆

I went during the week and this place was just buzzing with people everywhere! It's like a huge flea market with everything and anything! I couldn't believe some of the flower arrangements; so gorgeous and SO EXTREMELY CHEAP. It's a must-see for every tourist and make sure you go and check out the flying fish! It's a great experience.

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Well what can I say Pike Place Market is one of the best markets on the West Coast. This is where I go to get all of my seafood and fresh meat for cheap. Alot of the resturaunts take Checks, Credit Cards, and get this Food Stamps. They really specialize in everything want a bite to eat? they got it, Want to take in the view they got it, Fresh Fruits as well. This is a must place to go for anyone visiting the City of Seattle and the State of Washington.

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Well what can I say Pike Place Market is one of the best markets on the West Coast. This is where I go to get all of my seafood and fresh meat for cheap. Alot of the resturaunts take Checks, Credit Cards, and get this Food Stamps. They really specialize in everything want a bite to eat? they got it, Want to take in the view they got it, Fresh Fruits as well. This is a must place to go for anyone visiting the City of Seattle and the State of Washington.

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This place is wonderful! We went in with high expectations because it got such good reviews from other guests. Now we understand why. We ordered the 4 course menu, and enjoyed every dish they set in front of us. Even the Ahi tartare, which seemed out of place in the French inspired menu, fit in perfectly. The portion sizes were just right, so by the end of the fourth course, I didn't feel uncomfortably full. There is a good wine selection, and the server was knowledge about the different wines. She was also attentive without being intrusive. If you are looking for a place to have an unforgettable gastronomic experience, this is definately the place.

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★★★★★

This place is wonderful! We went in with high expectations because it got such good reviews from other guests. Now we understand why. We ordered the 4 course menu, and enjoyed every dish they set in front of us. Even the Ahi tartare, which seemed out of place in the French inspired menu, fit in perfectly. The portion sizes were just right, so by the end of the fourth course, I didn't feel uncomfortably full. There is a good wine selection, and the server was knowledge about the different wines. She was also attentive without being intrusive. If you are looking for a place to have an unforgettable gastronomic experience, this is definately the place.

Pros: price, service

Cons: hard to find

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The Pike Place Market is definitely a must go for tourists and locals. They always have the freshest seafood, flowers, restaurants, and unique stores. Locals love to go there, visit the market, do some window shopping, buy some flowers, and order some fresh seafood at one of the many restaurants. It's even crowded on rainy weekends.

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The Pike Place Market is definitely a must go for tourists and locals. They always have the freshest seafood, flowers, restaurants, and unique stores. Locals love to go there, visit the market, do some window shopping, buy some flowers, and order some fresh seafood at one of the many restaurants. It's even crowded on rainy weekends.

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Anyone that comes to Seattle, or lives here should visit the Pike Place Market. It's filled with bargins and unique merchandise and gifts, and neat places to grab a bite to eat. One of the best places to get your fresh seafood, The Fish Market is oozing with charm and energetic people who are eager to include you in the fun. Who knew buying fish was fun?!?! The Pike Place Market is also the best place to buy your fresh or dried flowers, they are beautiful and the prices are very reasonable. You'll find something for everyone.

PROS: fun, energetic market full of life
CONS: parking

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Anyone that comes to Seattle, or lives here should visit the Pike Place Market. It's filled with bargins and unique merchandise and gifts, and neat places to grab a bite to eat. One of the best places to get your fresh seafood, The Fish Market is oozing with charm and energetic people who are eager to include you in the fun. Who knew buying fish was fun?!?! The Pike Place Market is also the best place to buy your fresh or dried flowers, they are beautiful and the prices are very reasonable. You'll find something for everyone.

PROS: fun, energetic market full of life
CONS: parking

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This place gives it all -- food, service and atmosphere. By far our favorite restaurant in Seattle. The food is fresh, done perfectly with the seasons and always interesting. The service is spectacular, the staff anticiapte every need with a quiet, unassuming nature that is so refreshing and welcoming -- as if you are dining at their home. Incredibly romantic -- dine at sunset and the golden rays stream over the water behind you into the high arched winows of a very old European styled decor. The cool breeze only enhances the experience with a little Nat King Cole playing in the background. Perfect!!!

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This place gives it all -- food, service and atmosphere. By far our favorite restaurant in Seattle. The food is fresh, done perfectly with the seasons and always interesting. The service is spectacular, the staff anticiapte every need with a quiet, unassuming nature that is so refreshing and welcoming -- as if you are dining at their home. Incredibly romantic -- dine at sunset and the golden rays stream over the water behind you into the high arched winows of a very old European styled decor. The cool breeze only enhances the experience with a little Nat King Cole playing in the background. Perfect!!!

Pros: EVERYTHING!

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I love the Pike Place Market. You can buy almost anything at the market. I buy my fresh fruit, seafood, vegetables and flowers here from local growers/farmers. The price is right and the quality is unbeatable. I can eat at one of the many little restaurants here. Get a haircut, go antique shopping and grocery shop all in one place. There is nothing like this place anywhere else.

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I love the Pike Place Market. You can buy almost anything at the market. I buy my fresh fruit, seafood, vegetables and flowers here from local growers/farmers. The price is right and the quality is unbeatable. I can eat at one of the many little restaurants here. Get a haircut, go antique shopping and grocery shop all in one place. There is nothing like this place anywhere else.

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This is one of the places that tourists visit when in Seattle. It is a lot of fun walking through to see what everyone is selling. Before you buy anything walk around, because you see the same exact product cheaper. Walk to thr Russian Bakery near by, there are such yummy things there. and also the first Starbucks ever! What a land mark. Buy some of the fruit logs at the market, they are cheap (like 3 for a dollar) but really unusual.

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This is one of the places that tourists visit when in Seattle. It is a lot of fun walking through to see what everyone is selling. Before you buy anything walk around, because you see the same exact product cheaper. Walk to thr Russian Bakery near by, there are such yummy things there. and also the first Starbucks ever! What a land mark. Buy some of the fruit logs at the market, they are cheap (like 3 for a dollar) but really unusual.

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