2001 4th Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
Tom Douglas's first restaurant, the Dahlia Lounge manages to be both funky and classy.
If you're looking for a place for brunch, this is it – not only does the menu feature mouth-watering items like house-cured brisket and potato hash and french toast with rhubarb compote, but you'll have a selection of goodies from the equally tasty Dahlia Bakery next door. Lunch includes black bean chili manilla clams and potato loaf grilled cheese, while the dinner menu offers shrimp and scallion potstickers, Columbia river sturgeon, Douglas fir broth with snails and rotisserie roasted five spice duck. The dessert menu include's the Dahlia Bakery's famous Triple Cream Coconut Pie and doughnuts fried to order with vanilla marscarpone and seasonal jam.