El Gaucho

Row 1

2505 1st Ave (at Wall St)
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 728-1337
Steakhouse, Argentinian, Seafood
$ $ $ $
Mon–Thu, Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM Fri–Sat: 5:00 PM–1:00 AM

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  • Seattles original El Gaucho was part speak-easy and part Hunts breakfast club. That was 1953 and it was run by Jim Ward. By 1985 that era had come to end.
  • Best steakhouse in Seattle, save room for Bananas Foster for dessert.
  • Best. Burger. Ever.
  • Great Steaks!
  • They have a great happy hour, and their Gaucho Collins is refreshing and delightful!
  • Sunday happy hour is from 1600 to close! Three words... Duck fat fries.
  • One of the best happy hours in Seattle! Brent is the best behind the bar!
  • Happy hour all day on Sunday and Monday.
  • In the dimly lit, cabaret-like ambiance, a vodka cocktail can cost up to $22. A porterhouse: $65. More of an expense-account and celebratory-steak-dinner kinda place. Happy hour: Su-M 5-11 & T-F 5-7
  • One of the best bread pudding around... and I'd travel near and far for bread pudding!
  • Always enjoy their fancy happy hour. Try medium rare steak sandwich.
  • The wicked shrimp is wicked good. And the forbidden sundae? YES. Totally worth $14.
  • Get half orders of the shareable sides.
  • It's going down took out a loan lol
  • They prepare the bananas foster right in front of you. It's the choice dessert.
  • People are not kidding about the burger. Heavenly. About to try the bread pudding. I may never leave.
  • Best bread pudding you'll ever have.
  • Go there for happy hour and try their crab cakes! SO good!
  • The El Gaucho - Seattle experience is second to none. The ambience is amazing with plateau seating, dark lighting, blue walls, attentive staff, flaming steaks and cocktails. They used to have a nice
  • Some of the best steak you will ever eat, served by an amazing staff who take pride in full service. Afterwards enjoy some jazz music at the attached Pampas room