The SkyCity Restaurant up on the top of the Space Needle is just below the Observation Deck. They serve lunch, Sunday brunch and dinner (possible sunset included as well as the night lights of... Read More
The SkyCity Restaurant up on the top of the Space Needle is just below the Observation Deck. They serve lunch, Sunday brunch and dinner (possible sunset included as well as the night lights of Seattle). The food is fresh and decoratively presented. It consists of mostly local fare or items from areas along the Pacific coast such as Alaska. Being family-friendly, they also have a children's menu. This refurbished restaurant makes one orbit an hour and you can surely see the entire city and region during your meal. Locals sometimes discreetly put a note with a greeting to visitors on the window seal which is stable and subsequent tables that pass by can add their greetings and places of origin. Within an hour when your note is back you may have a most interesting diary of fellow diners. This Sky City Restaurant atop an iconic tower is a once-in-a-lifetime dining experience with excellent value considering the fine cuisine and very friendly service in addition to the spectacular views. On your way down the Space Needle in the glass elevator, you have a good preview of the newest museum at the Seattle Center right next door. You can even see the glass works inside the Glass House and in the Garden from the elevator.
400 Broad St.
Seattle, WA 98109