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Six Seven: A User’s Guide
- Appetizer: jumbo dungeness crab and shrimp cake with crab-lemongrass sauce and tomato jam
- Entree: cedar-plank salmon with rainbow potatoes, forager mushrooms, pancetta, truffle cream, and blackberry honey
- Dessert: honey-lavender crème brûlée with chocolate honey comb
- Drink: Abigail (Kettle One citrus, pellini limoncello, and Aperol)
Where to Sit: Come early to nab a seat on the year-round heated deck that extends out over Puget Sound, lauded as one of Seattle’s most scenic views by OpenTable, Zagat, and CitySeach.
When to Go: Enjoy the same priceless views during weekday happy hours, only with discounted drinks and bar bites. Or, opt for an affordable prix fixe brunch on Saturday or Sunday.
While You’re Waiting
Walk through the post-modern forest that is the dining room, replete with metal and wood tree sculptures and the ghost of Samuel Beckett.
Many entrees are available in economical half portions for those on a budget or those looking to sample as many plates as possible.
While You’re in the Neighborhood
Indoors: Stop by the iconic Pike Place Market (85 Pike Street) and say “hello” to the seafood you might be enjoying later that evening.
Outdoors: Explore the colorful glass sculptures at Chihuly Garden and Glass (305 Harrison Street), pausing to admire an incredible view of the Space Needle.