Seattle >Food & Dining > Maggie Bluff's Grill
2601 W Marina Pl, Seattle, WA | Directions 9819947.630896 -122.391601
Tues-Thurs 11:15 a.m.-9 p.m.; Fri, Sat 9 a.m.-10 p.m.; Sun, Mon 9 a.m.-9 p.m.
Used to be a fun spot – An Incompetent hostess almost lead to fist fight as patrons were seated out of order from the wait list.
and we had to ask for a dog to be removed from the eating area before we were seated.
The waiter we had was very good but he didn't have much to work with. The lunch was very slow getting to the table and when it got there we were comped on one of the meals because it was so bad and the pastrami sandwich was the worst I ever had.
Oh Maggie please please get back to your former days of glory --- I used to love this place on a summers day.
Great Food With Great Views – All of the food we have tried here is great. You also have a great view of the marina and downtown Seattle, especially if you sit out on the patio. The service was pretty good as well
Serious boaters and lighthearted brunchers fill this casual spot with friends and family. – The Scene
The mast-height views of the marina are fun, but best viewed in summer from the bustling outdoor patio. Inside, the nautical theme is carried out with whimsical art, cool canvas ceiling fans and downright scary metal boating implements. Most of the servers are full of energy, but not vastly experienced; it makes dining fun, but not at all sophisticated.
Much of the food shows signs of the shared kitchen with upstairs fancier Palisades. Prime rib chili is kid-safe, covered with cheese and sour cream. Sandwiches, especially those with Cascioppo's pastrami or thinly sliced steak, are tasty, a cut above standard pub fare. Garlic fries are simply fries tossed with raw garlic and parsley--beloved only by serious garlic lovers. Desserts show signs of the microwave, but touches like fine caramel sauce and Olympic Mountain ice cream dress things up grandly.
Friendly, inexpensive, GREAT! – If you are looking for an inexpensive place with great food and variety, try Maggie's. The atmosphere is fun with nautical/sports/Seattle themed decorations all over the walls - conversation starters. Great place for an informal, casual date. My favorite dish is the Cajun Fettucine or the teriyaki chicken burgers -- I've never tried anything there I didn't like! Enjoy the incredble view of the marina and city, and don't forget to take a walk outside along the path in front to see these things. In the summer, the outside seating is absolutely incredible!
THE ONE AND ONLY – This is one of those places that everyone enjoys. It's got a romantic atmosphere outside at night by the water, and it's great for kids, large groups, vegetarians and meat lovers alike. This place appeals to everyone because everyone loves great food!
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