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Steelhead Diner is a casual dining restaurant that provides breakfast, lunch and dinner options. It serves starters, sandwiches, soups, salads and desserts. The restaurant's menu includes garlic-wilted mustard greens, pan-roasted broccoli florets, buttermilk-fried chicken sandwiches and Brutus salad. Its dessert menu includes cakes, sundaes, pies, candies and brownies. Steelhead Diner features wines that include sauvignon blanc, chardonnay, riesling, pinot noir, merlot, cabernet sauvignon and pinot grigio. It operates a bar that features a selection of nonalcoholic beverages. The restaurant has a private dining room that accommodates up to 45 people. It caters private parties, special events and receptions. Steelhead Diner also provides online reservation options. It additionally offers discount coupons for various food items. The restaurant maintains a location in Seattle.
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Well, I was raised in Chesapeake Bay

Well, I was raised in Chesapeake Bay country, and I have to say these are the best restaurant crab cakes I've had since I left home . . . and maybe better than most of them there! But besides the crab, I think that these people have a great handle on what makes a ""diner"" a restaurant. It's relaxed and easy, but the quality of food that comes out of the kitchen is on par with any place in Seattle. I wouldn't disa... view more

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over priced and too slow

The food was good, but I don't like cold bread. This place was fully staffed but lacked service and speed. They were so slow and were not very busy. I would not recommend because it's over priced and slow. It you do want to go there the chowder and crab cake is good.

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Okay place

I really felt like we were in a club and it didn't set a great vibe for us to stay long and spend a bunch of money. The lobby was PACKED and there was barely anywhere to sit. The music is straight out of a club for young 20 somethings and loud (and I'm still in my 20s!). When we were seated we were wedged in the corner between two larger tables. I actually brushed the guy behind/beside me several times during my ... view more

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How is this restaurant in business?

Went for lunch and felt prices were too high. $10 for a bowl of soup, $8 for a cup. Disappointed in the food. When I pay $18 for fish & chips I'd like to have halibut, not cod. No view of the bay. Staff acted as if they were doing us a favor by waiting on us. Don't waste your time. Go to Elliot's for great seafood, view and staff.

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Good Crabcakes, but Fried Oysters are better

This is not a tourist trap even thought its close to the MArket.\r \r The food quality as excellent, good wine list (but pricey), service was good, facility is average, bathrooms are clean.\r \r The food was really good, but not sure why I would return. There is not a differentiator in the facility, the service or the Food that draws me back.\r \r Try the fried oysters and the Samon. Crabcake was good as well... view more

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PLEASE READ-- Seattlelites and Visitors

Warning:\r \r Don't eat here this was 2nd time to go to this place - giving the establishment the benefit of the doubt and again the service and food are awful -- There are many other eateries than this to visit in Seattle around the Pike Place Market- Don't waste your time...\r \r Hopefully the management will wake up and train their staff on some 'basic' customer service skills and have their cooks take some ... view more

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Would go back for the food as long as we had another waiter

Went to Steelhead whle on vacation in Seattle based upon their menu, recommendations from co-workers and the Fairmont Hotel staff. We were looking for local flavors and were not disappointed. The appetizers and entrees definitely reflected Steelhead's proximity to Pike Place Market and we would definitly go back for the food. Now the disappointment with the evening, our waiter, Nathan. Overall, we are farily know... view more

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Crabcakes: Good, Hostess: Bad

My wife and I had one night in Seattle after a grand tour of the West Coast. A bartender recommended Steelhead Diner. We arrived without reservations. The hostess told us she needed the table back by 7:30. Since it was 6:10, we thought it not a problem, provided the service was reasonably prompt. We told our waiter of the deal we had made with the hostess. He said not to worry. We proceeded to order and had a delight... view more

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Great Food, cant believe it took me so long to find this place!

Everything I have eaten here is supurb. I would describe it as Diner food with an upscale flair. (The fried chicken sandwich is sooo good!) although this is not the healthiest of restaurants, at least its diner food that is perfectly prepared!, not at all greasy and disgusting. SErvice is usually great, however, certain members of the waitstaff could use a reminder on politeness. The chef is friendly, as are the ba... view more

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Average food with poor service

I was excited to go to this place, but they are not sure what they want to be. Upscale diner is one thing, but with the upscale must come good service. So when they tried to deliver the sides after we had finished the main course and the snarky waiter said ""Either you are going to eat it or I will"" - and then the owner tried to defend the waiter's behavior! This was just too ridiculous. For the price, I'd rathe... view more

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95 Pine StSeattleWA 98101

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