If you're serious about winning an offseason gold medal and getting showered in praise, don't try curling against the Swedes on an empty stomach. Fill up with today’s Groupon: for $10, you get $25 worth of eclectic fare and creative cocktails at Southlake Grill.
Southlake's lunch menu features pared-down versions of the eatery's dinner selection: soups, salads, warm sandwiches, and eclectic entrees. Share an order of flash-fried calamari fingers ($9.99) before moving on to hearty habanero-chicken mac 'n' cheese ($13.99) or a roasted pork loin with bacon-onion spätzle and braised red cabbage ($12.99). Because things said during that quarrel with your broiler can’t be taken back, outsource heated eats with warm sandwiches, including a prime dip ($14.99) or a black-and-blue half-pound burger served with bottomless fries ($11.99). Stop in for Saturday or Sunday brunch and start the weekend off with an order of hearty bacon cakes, made with meaty bacon crumbled right into buttermilk batter ($7.99). Wash down midday eats with a Bloody Mary ($4) or mimosa ($4).
Friendly and prompt service makes Southlake’s colorful, modern dining room a pleasant place to spend a rain-soaked afternoon after being kicked out of the public library. Or, linger on the outdoor patio and sip one of Southlake’s signature hot or cold cocktails, such as the house-made hot buttered rum ($7.50) or blueberry cosmo ($7.50). Decadent desserts, including a hot ice-cream sandwich (creamy delight smooshed between warm, fresh-baked cookies, $5.95) or key-lime pie ($6.25), are sweet conclusions to any meal or day spent canvassing for the rights of gingerbread men. This Groupon is valid for dine-in only.
- Two stories high and flooded with daylight, the restaurant is painted with a soft palette of hues snatched from a summer day. Beaded silk shades the color of day lilies hang above the crescent bar. Graceful lamps perch like butterflies above snug booths upholstered in a cubic maze of sage greens, buttercup yellows and sky blues. – Providence Cicero, Seattle Times
- I ordered a veggie burger (no pesto majo [sic]) with a salad instead of fries. The food was delicious! The burger was good and had havarti cheese, generous portions of avocado, lettuce, and tomato on a toasted ciabatta bun. – Explorer Girl, Citysearch
- you gotta love a place that has well priced and good food...the service is always good, especially because it is a laid-back place. – mschoc, Citysearch
1253 Thomas Street
Seattle, Washington 98109Get Directions