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Best Value: The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to Chef Shawn Applin, the driving force behind Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine, including including fried boudin served with hot pepper jelly, fried green tomatoes, brick oven-baked oysters with chili garlic butter and spring lamb shank served with cauliflower puree and asparagus. As the website of this popular downtown eatery suggests, " It's a gathering place for serious fun and damn good American food and drink, with a Southern accent." Enjoy cocktails like the venue's namesake drink of choice–the "Sazerac," featuring Old Overholt Rye Whiskey, Peychaud's Bitters, sugar, lemon peel and an absinthe rinse. Modern, amusing interiors make this a must on your restaurant list.

Restaurants near Safeco Field: The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to popular food and drink outpost Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant, named for a very old cocktail created in Louisiana the 1830s, serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine,. Dishes include golden hush puppies served with warm molasses, Creole shrimp cakes, black mussels with cumin butter sauce and braised beef served with a gorgonzola potato creation. A modern, whimsical interior and inviting staff members make this a must on your restaurant lis; be sure to check out the stellar happy hour menus for deals on delicious food and drink.

Restaurants near Cruise Port: The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to chef Jan Birnbaum, the driving force behind Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine, including golden hush puppies served with warm molasses, Creole shrimp cakes, black mussels with cumin butter sauce and braised beef served with a gorgonzola potato creation. Modern, amusing interiors make this a must on your restaurant list. If you want to learn some tricks yourself, check out their bartending and cooking classes. Why do the folks at Sazerac think you should stop in for a meal? "A place for serious fun and damn good food."

Brunch: The Hotel Monaco in downtown Seattle is really heating up, thanks in part to chef Jan Birnbaum, the driving force behind Sazerac. The fashionable restaurant serves spicy, Cajun-inspired New American cuisine, including golden hush puppies served with warm molasses, Creole shrimp cakes, black mussels with cumin butter sauce, and braised beef served with a gorgonzola potato creation. Modern, amusing interiors make this a must on your restaurant list.

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Local Expert Corinne Whiting Says:

Best Value: "Take advantage of one of the lengthiest happy hours in town–Monday through Saturday from 4 to 7 p.m."

Restaurants near Safeco Field: "Check out the happy hour menu, arguably one of the best in town!"

Restaurants near Cruise Port: "Check out one of the best Seattle happy hours here: Monday through Saturday from 4 to 8 p.m.; eats and drinks from $3."

Recommended as Best Value Because: With one of the best happy hours in town, Sazerac proves an ideal place to enjoy a dinner comprised of Cajun-inspired small plates and cocktails.

Best for Restaurants near Safeco Field Because: Connected to Hotel Monaco Seattle, Sazerac's food and bar menus "mix a reverence for the classics with contemporary Pacific Northwest inspiration" in a warm setting.

Best for Restaurants near Cruise Port Because: The Sazerac at downtown's posh Hotel Monaco means scrumptious Cajun-inspired food and one of the best happy hour menus in town!

Breakfast Menu

Stick to Your Ribs
On the Lighter Side
Sides
Beverages

Lunch Menu

Snacks, Tapas, Bites
Crafted American Hams & Local Cheese
Vegetables & Greens
Plates
Brick Oven Pizzas
Sandwiches
Daily Drink Specials Upcoming Events

Dinner Menu

Vegetables & Greens
Plates
Snacks, Tapas, Bites
Crafted American Hams & Local Cheese
Brick Oven Pizzas
Taylor Shellfish Farms
Drink Specials

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