Published on : Friday, December 6, 2013
Impress family this holiday season with reservations in downtown Seattle at ART Restaurant’s popular à la carte Christmas Eve dinner or four-course Christmas Day spread. ART’s warm and friendly staff have adorned the Christmas tree, prepared an extensive selection of local wine and spirits and turned up the holiday cheer in anticipation.
Featuring an à la carte dinner menu with seasonal market-to-table specials, Christmas Eve dinner is held Tuesday, December 24, 2013, from 5:00 to 9:00 pm.With spectacular views of the Seattle Great Wheel and Elliott Bay, ART is the perfect setting for a Christmas Day celebration. The four-course menu includes favorites such as ahi tuna caviar tartar; Dungeness crab bisque; organic roasted tom turkey; roasted dry-aged rib eye and lightly smoked vegetable napoleon. Each entrée is served with Brussels sprout leaves; glazed carrots; pomegranate molasses sweet potatoes and truffle whipped Yukon potatoes. The kid’s menu has all the traditional holiday favorites, plus kid-approved dishes like Space Needle pasta or grilled salmon with brown rice and stir-fry vegetables. The Christmas Day menu is available Wednesday, December 25, 2013, 11:00 am to 8:00 pm.
Full menus can be found online. Adults are USD 125.00 per person and children, ages 6 to 12 are USD 35.00.Arrive a little early to discover the gleaming décor throughout the Hotel lobby and annual gingerbread display decked out with Larry and Pete from “Larry Gets Lost in Seattle.” Made with over seventy pounds of sugar and dozens of cookies, the display is a sweet stop for adults and children alike.
For more holiday dining, ART Restaurant also offers a private dining room or casual Chef’s Table. Reservations are required for holiday events and special dinners. Contact ART Restaurant at 206 749 7070 or book online. On the go? Book via Twitter using @ARTRestaurant.
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