Row 1

1639 8th Ave (at Olive Way)
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 676-4600
New American, Breakfast
$ $
Mon–Sun: 6:30 AM–Midnight

Foursquare Tips

  • Mac n cheese is to die for!
  • Overpriced wine
  • Crab cakes, Mac & cheese with Dungeness crab & the beef sliders are great for dinner.
  • Hands down the BEST skinny fries I've had anywhere. Paired with home-made fresh ketchup
  • At Hyatt 8 - classy
  • A casual, contemporary-American restaurant in the eco-friendly Hyatt. Offers local ingredients and only Northwest wines. Lunch is geared toward meals on the go; dinner offers small and large plates.
  • Try the Scallops - Shit man. Seriously. Butter-sauted corn tomato salsa, fried green tomatoes & gazpacho. Come on! #2DaysInSeattle
  • Eco-friendly, slow, and a little pretentious
  • $4 Happy hour pints 4:00-7:00pm!
  • The happy hour menu is a great deal if youre looking for an early-ish dinner. Check out the Urbane Bao!
  • It's pricey and not the best meal I've had
  • Great brunch and creative cocktails, including bottomless Mimosas on weekends for $18. Service is friendly, but a bit too slow for me.
  • Seriously get the bottomless mimosas. They will make any type of mimosas and they keep coming. Also the meals are a great size. you will not leave hungry
  • Cocktails at the bar are nice, food is variable in quality for the price.
  • Shrimp hash, deliscious
  • Good food and service. Sharing a pile of appetizers is one way to go, and the entrees or a good other way too.
  • Lengthy happy hour with discounts on some great items. Be sure to try the crab cakes and mac & cheese.
  • Bottomless mimosas (five different flavors) for $18!
  • Valet parking discount $8
  • It's "restaurant week" in Seattle so for the price of an entree you get a 3-course meal.