Seattle - business lunch for 12
Hi, I'm a Bay Area lurker/poster - hoping you guys can help me out.
I need to organize a time-restricted (90 min.) luncheon for 12 in Seattle next month. The other restriction is location - they will be on Elliott @ Cedar for a meeting, and then need to head north on I-5 after lunch. Ideally, the restaurant would be on the way or in between.
They are eating at Earth & Ocean the night before, so that is out.
It shouldn't be too expensive - Earth & Ocean had a $20 prix fixe lunch, which would have been just right.
They don't need a private room - just somewhere they could have a corner to themselves. PNW food would be great (they are Europeans).
Thanks so much!!
Maximillien's is always a good suggestion. However, since the visitors are all Europeans, do they want French food while in Seattle? I suggest 94 Stewart Street as it offers Pacific Northwest fare and some unusual dishes I think the visitors would enjoy.
Salumi does lunches for groups of about that size. Actually, they may be limited to groups of 8, but they are worth a call. I think standard is $35 per person, but they are great for European visitors. I suggest having a member call and ask to speak with Armendino, or maybe write him a letter so his staff doesn't get a chance to shut you down. Armo is an interesting guy and will sometimes surprise you.
I say Waterfront Seafood Grill on Pier 70. Elegant, upscale
and great seafood. For lunch you may get by for $20 or so
without drinks. Parking is easy on the pier right in front of the place (valet). It would be an easy drive, less than 5 minutes, to the Mercer on-ramp for north I-5. URL: http://www.waterfrontpier70.com/water...