Food and Drinks for Two or Four at Collections Café (Up to 51% Off)

The Exhibition Hall

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In a Nutshell

A uniquely Northwest dining experience is sourced fresh while surrounded by the found treasures and masterpieces of artist Dale Chihuly

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Expires May 28th, 2013. Limit 1 per person, may buy 1 additional as a gift. Limit 1 per table. Valid only for option purchased. Dine-in only. Must purchase a food item. Must use promotional value in 1 visit. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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  • $20 for $40 worth of food and drinks for two
  • $39 for $80 worth of food and drinks for four

The menu includes roasted mushroom flatbread ($10), lamb ragu ($15), and a burger with red onion jam, bacon, and peppadew aioli ($16).

Collections Cafe at Chihuly Garden and Glass

More than 30 accordions hang from the rafters, from which spruce walls crawl the long distance to the floor. Bright green chairs and classic marmoleum floors complement this oasis of varying colors and materials, highlighted by a backlit drawing wall—which showcases 36 of artist Dale Chihuly's drawings in oversize, vividly colorful splendor. Amid all of this, chef Thomas Kollasch presents a Pacific Northwest menu. As a boy, Chihuly would scour the shores of Puget Sound for beach glass. Today, his extensive collection includes vintage objects such as toy soldiers, 1950's cameras and transistor radios.

Today, some of those rescued treasures live on at the aptly named Collections Café, an upscale food stop nestled inside The Exhibition Hall at Chihuly Garden and Glass. Kollasch puts a Pacific Northwest twist on ingredients. Chihuly's youthful collecting habits parallel the restaurant's practice of culling ingredients from local ranchers, foragers, and farmers. With these fresh foundations, the culinary team cooks up dishes such as duck rillette, smoked duck croissant, and seafood risotto. Diners can finish their dining experience with desserts like beignets and carrot cake.


Reviews

Great local selections and wine list! Service was exceptional. Would recommend to anyone visiting Seattle Center for lunch or dinner

OpenTable Diner, 2/12/13

Excellent choices, reasonable price, well prepared food, good service. Recommended.

Chris T., Yelp, 1/13/2013

Tips

  • “Enjoyed the ambiance, food was good (except the octopus lacked flavor), nice menu, but Seattle is a Foody city and nothing was a "WOW", service was good, food prices...”

    “Enjoyed the ambiance, food was good (except the octopus lacked flavor), nice menu, but Seattle is a Foody city and nothing was a "WOW", service was good, food prices were a tad high. ”

  • “Great setting and wonderful apple salad.”

  • “glad to have an opportunity to try it - very good service”

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    The Exhibition Hall

    305 Harrison St.

    Seattle, Washington 98109

    206-753-4935

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