Enjoy Greenlake Bar & Grill's casual, eclectic midday menu while taking in the refreshingly natural eye candy of Green Lake across the street. Starters such as the crispy coconut-crusted prawns ($7.99) or the blue-cheese-drizzled wedge salad ($6.99) offer an excellent warm-up for marathon lunches, and hand-held favorites, such as the prime-dip sandwich ($13.99) and the western half-pound burger ($12.99) with melted cheese, bacon, barbecue sauce, and frizzled onions, fill remaining stomach space. The inviting eatery also spoons up plated pastas, allowing you to spicy up a boring day of book watching with an order of the habanero mac ‘n’ cheese with chicken ($11.99). Or, opt for an omega-3 boost by lunching on the sweet-chile-marinated mahi-mahi tacos ($13.99), washed down with a beer or cocktail from Greenlake's full bar.
- This “cheap and cheerful” American across from Green Lake sets out “solid” “bar-and-grill” offerings boosted by “good drinks” and a “great” twice-a-day happy hour… – Zagat
- They have outdoor seating which is awesome in the summer and good customer service. If you are in the mood for a burger this is the place to go, their fries are delicious [sic]. I also highly recomend [sic] the Santa Fe Grilled Cheese and their salads are good to [sic]. – Christyn W., Yelp
- I have been going to Greenlake Bar and Grill for years and it is one of my favorite places. The atmosphere is chill, the management is super friendly and always willing to go the extra mile. – kizhad, Citysearch
Greenlake Bar and Grill
At the core of a vibrant lake community, Greenlake Bar and Grill fuels year-round activities with its inventive and classic dishes during lunch and dinner, as well as during breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays. Adventurous eaters dig into a fried chicken sandwich. Which boasts buttermilk fried chicken, pickles, mayo, and a tangy mustard slaw resting on an organic, locally baked bun, and mac 'n' cheese prepared in two ways; three-pig mac 'n' cheese and spicy mac balls. Dessert also delights surprised tongues with mud pies and flourless, gluten-free chocolate cake. Beers, cocktails, and other Washington-made spirits wash down bites.