Shit hole! Took over an hour to get our food/drinks...... all but one order was wrong, including drinks!!! Manager Heather laughed and apologised multiple times but nothing to help out the situation! Server Riley was even worse!!!! If either of these two are working, leave immediately!!!!!!!
The best escape room game that I have ever played. I found the staff to be extremely friendly and encouraging. If you like indoor adventure games to play with your friends in rainy Seattle, this is definitely the place to go!
This was my husband's and my first visit to Seattle, and he was so sweetly excited to try this brunch place after reading the good reviews online. Also happy to see all the LGBT-friendly signs outside, on the walls. But we a long wait outside that weekend morning and once we were finally seated, our server was so indifferent and abrupt with us that we didn't appreciate the food at all. My pancakes were pretty dry anyway. Saw our server being very attentive and friendly with all other customers; wonder what we could've done immediately after we were seated to tick him off. Never again.
Loved loved their Katsu Moco with fried rice. MUST get the fried rice. Other menu items at other tables looked delicious.
Fabulous experience. Will be coming back up for breakfast soon. Thank you!
Like always, this is a great place to eat! Thank you.
We're Seattle experts now, exiled to Portland. SO miss Julia's. Today was a great chance to connect.
Thank you so much for your yummy foods. Julia's always delivers.
Is there ever an appropriate time for a building manager to threaten avisiting students visa status?My friend wanted to back out of a lease with Westwood apartments. When weasked the management office they originally said she would be fine to doso, as long as the rent was paid through August, so we went out and found aplace for my friend to move to. Then when we contacted the manager aboutdrafting paperwork for the new tenant and to schedule a move out date, themanager totally changed her story and told my friend that she "could notmove out" (not that she had to continue paying rent until a suitable newtenant was placed on the lease, but that she simply could not move out) andthat if she did it would affect her visa status.I called the manager, Laura Pedroza, to ask her to clarify and explain toher that this was completely contrary to the original verbal statement wegot from their offices. She was totally irate and used a very threateningand unprofessional tone. Laura refused to allow me to speak with her, andwould not fully explain what she meant in bringing up my friends visastatus, and more importantly what her intent was in bringing up my friendsvisa status. Furthermore, she said that she had a problem with my friendputting an application in at a new residence and told me that she wouldmake sure that she didn't get a good reference, even though my friend hasalways paid her rent on time and did everything she could to back out ofthe lease responsibly.Laura also kept saying that she would rather deal with the tenantsdirectly. I tried to explain to her that my friends english isn't sogreat, especially when someone is speaking quickly and using a threateningtone, but she would not make an appointment to discuss the issue with thetwo of us. She told me that my friend fully understood what she said, butmy friend insists that she threatened her visa status.Is this acceptable behavior for a husky affiliate? They have the UW logo onthe building and I can't see how this kind of disrespect fits in with theuniversity's goal to train and support future global leaders. Can youexplain what is going on here? Are international students usually bulliedlike this? Do they commonly receive threats regarding their visa statusfrom Husky affiliate housing managers?
The best macaroni and cheese and I don't generally go for Mac and cheese!!! I ordered a drink and I didn't like it so no charge and gave me something else and I did like that.