Seattle >Food & Dining > Tin Table
915 E Pine St., Second Floor, Seattle, WA | Directions 9812247.604890 -122.335177
Cocktails and tasty bites await at the top of the stairs at this joint tucked away on the top floor of Odd Fellows Hall. Craft cocktails can be had for 2 bucks less during Happy Hour.
Craft cocktails and seasonal fare in a charming room atop historic Odd fellows hall. A great place for a bite before an evening of dancing at Century Ballroom.
Citysearch Editorial Review – It's hard to focus on your dinner when there are so many delightful distractions at this Capitol Hill eatery: scantily clad dancers from neighboring Century Ballroom mill around just outside the door and the smell of waffle cones from Molly Moon's downstairs fills the dining room (when it's warm enough to leave windows open, anyway). The list of libations from the fully-stocked bar provides its own set of temptations in the form of expensive bottles of champagne, house cocktails like the ginger mojito and an extensive list of wines by the glass. If the thick waffle aroma isn't enough to make you want to skip to dessert, the dinner menu is a tour of contemporary American cuisine with an international (though locally sourced) twist: fish tacos and cassoulet, slow-cooked pork ribs and potato gnocchi with venison. The best bet? Pair a meal or happy hour here with a dance lesson and late-night cone from Molly Moon's for a full evening's entertainment without leaving the block.
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