Seattle >Food & Dining > Icon Grill
1933 Fifth Ave, Seattle, WA | Directions 9810147.613558 -122.338994
11:30a.m.-11p.m. Monday-Thursday; 11:30-midnight Friday; 5p.m.-midnight Saturday; 5-11p.m. Sunday; Bar open until midnight Sunday-Thursday and until 1a.m. Friday-Saturday
Neighborhoods: Downtown, Belltown
THE BEST! – Icon is the best dining experience I've had in a while. Service was wonderful-I asked for a soy latte and the waiter informed me that they didn't carry soy milk, but minutes later he returned with a soy latte...he had run down the street to a grocery store and bought the soy milk himself! The food is original and tasty and the atmosphere is lively. It's worth a trip just to look around at the decor. Everyone should try this restaurant - I guarantee you'll love it!
A must eat in Seattle – A group of girlfriends chose to eat at the Icon grill before going to see "Hairspray" at the 5th Ave and this place was awesome!!! Our waiter was a crack up and made the night eventful. There menu is has a variety of selections to choose from, there is something for everyone. I went for there famouse Mac and Cheese and it was soooo yummy!!!! But I heard great things about the Copper river Salmon, the Sole and there meatloaf. I don't think you can make a bad selection. And make sure to save room for dessert, the Texas funeral cake is to die for not to mention the yummy smore. If you are looking for a fun dinig experience this is the place, you will not be dissapointed!!!! I will be making this a regular eating destination.
Comfort Food at its Best – There are a lot of good reasons to dine here. The decor is fun and our waitress was very friendly and helpful. I tried some of the pear salad and it was too weird for my taste. Grilled pears with nuts? Its a good idea to stick to the comfort food. I shared a Mac and Cheese which was the best Ive ever tasted, it is unbelievable! My husband had the meatloaf which is very highly recomended. Also my friend said her lamb shank just fell off the bone. After dinner our group shared an ausome sundae of homemade icecream in a sugar cone bowl with delicious hot fudge poured on it. The waitress brought out an array of toppings to choose from to go on top. It was really tasty. Just be aware there could be a long wait for the food to arrive.
Classy Eclectic Atmosphere! – Add a little drama to your dinner at the Icon Grill. Exotic blown glass chandeliers, original artwork, and a red carpeted curving staircase will give you plenty to look at while you ponder what to order. The food is imaginative, tasty and fun. Order the yummy lunchbox specials - they actually come in a lunchbox with a note from mom. For special occasions and large groups, I recommend the upstairs private room with it's exotic decor and multiple chandeliers. And don't forget to check out the bathrooms - they're pretty entertaining too.
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