Miller's Guild

Steakhouse, American
$ $ $
620 Stewart St (6th Avenue)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 443-3663
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm
8:00am - 11:00pm


  • Fantastic cocktails, excellent service. Date night recommendation.
  • Brussels Sprouts!!!
  • I've been told the one marrow and sweetbreads are excellent here, was not on the menu, but the octopus is very good. However the prime rib dip sandwich is by far the best sandwich I HAVE EVER HAD.
  • The 75 day dry aged rib eye is about the size of your torso.
  • Everything here is super mediocre. Except the Brussels sprouts and mushrooms. Each of those were delicious.
  • Careful, the special can be the most expensive thing on the menu. By FAR... good though.
  • Pork chops are fantastic, with a good red wine it made my day.
  • Nice, hip, warm decor, fast and friendly service, solid food.
  • Clearly on the pricey side, but super yummy nonetheless.
  • Best hamburger I've ever seen in my life
  • Have gone here twice for happy hour for their burger, first time was excellent a few months back. Burger yesterday was dry, asked for medium...service missed the mark. Won't be back for awhile $$
  • Great steaks, classic place
  • Would love to go back for dinner breakfast was on point
  • The steak was worth every penny, and the cocktails were well made and inventive. Enjoyed the Vinette mock-wines, too. Skip the seafood...
  • Ribeye, Brussel sprouts and steak fries (with motor aioli). Definitely recommend!
  • Ribeye and scallops were perfect. The mushroom, Brussels sprouts and mashed potato sides were outstanding!
  • Good steaks, albeit expensive, limited breakfast options. Expensive, ambiance is cold.
  • The steak was not even well done, but instead overcooked. It was so dry! I specifically asked the waiter for medium rare but this is what I received.
  • Cauliflower steak was the most decent dish that I ordered last night.

Nearby places

911 Pine St (at 9th Ave)
500 Pine St
1919 7th Ave (Btwn Stewart And Westlake)