219 Broadway Ave. E, Seattle, WA 98102 Directions
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4:30 PM - 6:30 PM
Tues-Fri 4:30 pm - 6:30 pm. Includes $5.00 house red and white wine, $4.00 well drinks and draft beer and $5.00 appetizers.

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Dianna S.
Report | 7 months ago
The happy hour wine options are great, with two white and two reds available at $5 per glass. The pour is generous. While we could not use our voucher on HH items, our server explained that we could run two tabs, one to redeem our voucher and a separate one for items ordered from the HH menu. Very nice option. We thoroughly enjoyed the beet chopped salad, the pork belly with cornmeal pancake AND the maple bourbon milk shake (yes, you read that right!)
Ingrid H.
Report | 8 months ago
Great service! And good food
Bethany S.
Report | 10 months ago
just go!
David Y.
Report | 10 months ago
Fried Cornish Game Hen ***** : )
Mark C.
Report | a year ago
Limited menu but the food was excellent
Scott G.
Report | a year ago
The server was friendly and professional. She brought us some delicious popcorn at the beginning of the meal. My dining partner and I shared some mac 'n cheese and a burger with a big piece of smoked gouda on it. We appreciated how the burger was already cut in half. The bun was great and the burger so tasty! I will definitely go back.
Jonathon W.
Report | a year ago
Rich food, but delicious
Kevin K.
Report | a year ago
Great food; had the flatbread of the day. Not an extensive draft list, but the ones they have are top-notch and specialty seems to be mixed drinks and bourbons/ryes/whiskeys
Regina S.
Report | a year ago
Food is good, but not great. Ambience wasn't great - dinner on a Thursday night was pretty dead & it almost felt like the restaurant was about to close when we walked in at 8pm. I had heard great things so was expecting more.
Ann W.
Report | a year ago
Great service & great food! We'll definitely be back.
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After 10 years cooking in the frenetic kitchens of New York City restaurants, Executive Chef Jeffrey "Cheffrey" Wilson moved to Seattle hoping to find room to freely express his culinary talents. The owners at Table 219 were impressed by his experience at Gramercy 24 and gave him that chance by asking him to develop their menu. He eventually became a partner of the business as he honed his own brand of New American fare, whipping up dishes such as bison burgers and mini tuna-tartar tacos. After taking the reins as sole owner, he renamed the restaurant Americana to reflect the eclectic cuisine and the eatery's interior design. Dark woods and tin-tile accents create a rich, historical ambiance ideal for gatherings with friends or reenactments of pioneer speed-dating events. Wilson relies on a team of mixologists to stir up specialty cocktails—such as the Lemon Meringue Pie with whipped-cream vodka—that also complement the stars-and-stripes vibe.

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