Daniel’s Broiler

809 Fairview Place N.
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 621-8262
Lunch: Monday through Friday from 11:30 am to 2:30 pm
Dinner: Sunday & Monday 5:00 to 9:00 pm, Tuesday through Thursday 5:00 to 10:00 pm
Friday & Saturday 5:00 to 11:00 pm
Piano Bar: Tuesday through Saturday 8:00 pm until closing
Happy Hour: Seven nights a week from 4:00 to 6:30 pm and 9:00 until midnight
Ratings guide:
**** extraordinary
*** excellent
** good
* fair
One of the most luxurious restaurants in Seattle, Daniel’s is the type of place best reserved for special occasions. Customers are treated to elegant linen-draped tables while enjoying a magnificent view of the Olympic mountain range and Seattle skyline. Colorful yachts dot the lake while the floatplanes busily take off and land. Albeit a bit pricey, the exquisite food and outstanding service was definitely worth the visit.
We were quite pleased with the variety of appetizers and had a difficult time making a choice. Fortunately we had a large party which allowed us to choose several and share with one another. The Crispy Artichoke Hearts came smothered in a wonderful garlic hollandaise sauce and the Prime Filet Mignon Steak Strips were absolutely delicious in a glazed teriyaki sauce.
Seafood lovers can choose from Spicy Barbecued Prawns, Dungeness Crab Legs or Oysters on the Half Shell. The lobster bisque soup was absolutely exquisite and we were equally impressed with the velvety texture of the Clam Chowder. If you’re in the mood for a tasty salad, try either Daniel’s signature Bleu Cheese Shrimp Salad or the Spinach Pecan Salad served with warm bacon dressing.
Famous for their USDA prime beef, all steaks are cooked in an 1800-degree broiler. Hungry customers will be pleased with the enormous 24-ounce porterhouse or 27-ounce ribeye. While Daniel’s Broiler has some of the best steaks around, their menu also features fresh lobster tails and hearty lamp chops. If you have still have room, don’t miss out on some wonderful desserts. We highly recommend Daniel’s Coconut Fudge Sundae or the Valrhona Chocolate Cake.
The happy hour menu features some of the best appetizers around. One of our favorites was the grilled bacon-wrapped scallops that came drenched in a thick and creamy butter sauce. The seared ahi tuna was also delicious with fresh slices of avocado. Everything during happy hour is half price so sit back, relax and enjoy the lively piano tunes.
Private dining rooms and catering services are available
Valet parking services

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