Seattle, WA

This Seattle Restaurant is a Celebrity Haunt

Tree Langdon

It's Pacific Northwest cuisine with a twist.
The Edgewater hall of fameby Another Believer, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons

Seattle offers fine dining and fast and casual eats. 

With close proximity to the ocean and focus on local food, restaurants in this city take full advantage of the fresh local seafood, produce, cheeses, and wine.

This particular venue is a great choice for a special occasion and reservations are recommended. 

It’s a great spot to grab a casual cocktail after work as well. 

This restaurant is also a lounge and it’s located inside a famous hotel. That hotel has the reputation of being a past haunt of celebrities.

There’s a special wall of fame that serves as a historical record of their visits. 

This wall of fame is across from the lobby’s huge stone fireplace and it displays iconic images of many stars who have stayed there: Diana Ross and the Supremes, Roy Orbison, Jerry Lee Lewis, Stevie Wonder, and The Monkees (to name a few).

The restaurant has unmatched views and comfy seats and lounge chairs.

Glass walls surround diners, providing a spacious environment where you can relax and enjoy the view. 

It's the Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge.

This restaurant is located inside the Edgewater hotel.

Almost every table is located next to the window with floor-to-ceiling water views of the ferries and other maritime activity, and at night, the lights across the sound.

Six Seven offers Pacific Northwest Cuisine with a twist. 

Treat your taste buds to creative plates by their Executive Chef Jesse Souza.

The menu is extensive and focuses on locally sourced fresh ingredients.

Locally sourced Cedar Planked King Salmon with truffle cream and West Seattle honey has a reputation among locals for melt-in-your-mouth richness.

Miso-Glazed Pacific Cod provides exotic and comforting flavors in complex layering.

Steaks are cooked to perfection and the clam chowder brims with freshness.

Ingredients are chosen carefully and combined with a creative twist.

Mussels with a delicious curry sauce, short ribs, bolognese, and mushroom ragout are a selection of other delights that wait in store for the adventurous diner.

Six Seven has an extensive cocktail program as well as a wine list that boasts many local selections.

This has earned them the title of Best Hotel Bar by Food & Wine magazine for four years in a row.

Top it off with the Grand Marnier Creme Brulee as a special treat.

The Edgewater Hotel

This location has deep roots in the history of rock and roll.

They have hosted many legends in the music business including Led Zeppelin, and Neil Young.

The Beatles famously fished from the window of their suite at the hotel.

  • The story of their stay at the hotel was during their world tour. It was the height of Beatlemania, with crazy fans swarming them where ever they stayed and many hotels refused to allow them to visit.
  • Seattle was their third stop on their world tour in February 1964.
  • The Edgewater surrounded the property with cyclone fencing to keep the fans back and used an ambulance as a way to get them to and from the hotel.
  • When it was discovered that they were staying at the Edgewater, a few devoted fans tried to swim across the Bay to get to them.

Pearl Jam and the Foo Fighters have also stayed at the Edgewater, which is also famous as the location of the Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge.

Pier 67 is the source of the unusual name for the restaurant. 

Everything is within a short walk from this location, making it an easy and convenient place to stay when you visit Seattle.

Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Great Wheel, Olympic Sculpture Park, Pioneer Square, T-Mobile Park, CenturyLink Field, and many other Seattle landmarks are all within walking distance to the Edgewater.

The Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge has received many awards in the course of its history, including:

  • Seattle Magazine — Best Restaurants
    Readers’ Choice — Best Brunch
    Best of City Search — Best Waterfront Restaurant / Best Romantic / Best Group Dining / Best Lunch & Breakfast
    Open Table 2019 Diners’ Choice
    Wine Spectator — Award of Excellence

And they’re known for their discretion. If you want to get away from your fans, this is the place to be.

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