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814 – 2nd Ave., Suite 400
Seattle, WA 98104
Food…Great Service…Great People
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in 1952, locally owned Consolidated Restaurants is the premier restaurant
group in the Pacific Northwest. The company has a national reputation as
an industry leader, based on a long-held commitment to the community and
years of experience operating Seattle’s best-known landmark restaurants.
to create a satisfying and memorable experience for
Every Guest, Every Time.
use the following principles to guide our decisions:
passionate about great food and service and share our enthusiasm for
excellence with our Guests and each other.
have clear and compelling concepts that we execute with consistency
industry leaders in product development and quality, service
standards and profitability.
committed to recruiting, rewarding and retaining the best qualified
easy to do business with – the first choice of Guests, vendors and
actively support the well being of our community.
Restaurants – Full Service
recognized as one of the top ten steakhouses in the country, “The Met”
features 28-day custom dry-aged beef grilled over imported mesquite
charcoal. The classic steakhouse menu features Chateaubriand carved
tableside, signature prime New York Peppercorn Steak and grilled wild
Alaskan salmon. The cellar of premier red wines has received national
recognition, including the Wine Spectator ‘Best of Award of Excellence’.
High ceilings, mahogany tables and dark green booths evoke an Old
World charm. Bustling with
energy, the Metropolitan Grill prides itself on its efficient, veteran
waitstaff and wine captains. The classic 60 foot-long wooden bar is a lively gathering
spot for celebrities and athletes.
Seattle Goes for Seafood
Oyster House is Seattle’s showcase for Northwest seafood. This classic
seafood house is renowned for simple preparations that highlight the
natural flavors of the finest seafood in the Pacific Northwest.
Located in the heart of Seattle’s waterfront, Elliott’s
specializes in fresh Dungeness Crab, wild Northwest salmon, Alaskan
halibut, fresh Pacific fin fish, Northwest shellfish and of course, our
specialty, fresh oysters. With
an impressive 21-foot long oyster and shellfish display, Elliott’s is
recognized by Fortune Magazine as one of the top five Oyster Bars in America.
Elliott’s serves over thirty varieties of oysters and is considered the
Seattle oyster authority. With
an expansive deck overlooking Elliott Bay, Elliott’s was named one of
the top ten outdoor dining locations in the country by USA
Innovation Served Daily
601 Union Street
Seattle, Washington 98101
Square Grill features Contemporary American cuisine with an innovative
but never stuffy, style. The menu features approachable, cravable
favorites such as Kobe Beef and Berkshire Pork Meatloaf with bourbon
braised onions and smashed potatoes, Wok Seared Yellowfin Tuna with
wasabi potato cake, stir-fried vegetables and ponzu sauce, and Steak
Salad with caramelized onions and blue cheese dressing.
interior is a hip blend of art deco with a smart, streamlined
aesthetic. The inviting, open interior offers a combination of lush
colors, modern materials and Jazz Age elements. The colorful bar
and lounge area buzzes with energy as guests sip from a selection of
more than 40 specialty cocktails and hand-shaken martinis. Our
award-winning wine list features selections from the great growing
regions of the West Coast and beyond. The restaurant was designed with
the guest in mind, making it the perfect place to gather with friends
after work, before a movie, or during a night on the town.
Grill is located in the heart of Seattle’s retail and theater district,
adjacent to the Convention Center.
The Good Life. Next
22850 NE 8th Street
Sammamish, Washington 98074
Grill opened in February 2001 as a warm and friendly gathering spot on
the Sammamish Plateau. DC’s offers the best of casual dining combined
with ample portions and the freshest ingredients. Kick back and enjoy a
classic burger or our proprietary custom ages signature steaks. The
seafood is fresh, our microbrews are local, and our wine selection is as
delicious as it is diverse. DC’s was named after our founder: Mr. David
Cohn, whose legacy in taking care of Seattle dinners is legendary.
Whether you’re here to share a cocktail and an appetizer in the bar,
celebrate a birthday, celebrate family or one of life’s successes, we’ll
make sure you always feel at home. Our promise is to provide our guests
with ample portions of great food and surround it with engaging, genuine
service in a warm atmosphere, just like Mr. “C” taught us.
Restaurants and Argosy Cruises formed an equity partnership to bring the Royal Argosy to Seattle.
The fine dining dinner ship offers scenic lunch and dinner cruises
around Puget Sound, highlighting the Pacific Northwest through a
distinctive combination of regional cuisine, ever-changing views and
elegant decor. As the Royal Argosy
is essentially about fine dining, Argosy Cruises and Consolidated
Restaurants have gone to great measures to ensure that guests enjoy a high
quality restaurant experience. The ship features three state-of-the-art,
professional restaurant galleys, a seating capacity up to 600 and fine
dining with a rotating seasonal menu. The menu features a variety of
favorites showcasing the Pacific Northwest, all freshly prepared aboard
the ship. Tableside service
is offered in four dining areas by an experienced wait-staff selected by
Consolidated Restaurants. Individual
tables are available for reservations, and groups can charter the entire
ship or separate dining areas for private functions such as weddings,
corporate parties and VIP receptions.
The Royal Argosy is moored on the central Seattle waterfront on the
north side of Pier 56.
Restaurants – Quick Service
true Pacific Northwest experience at four Puget Sound locations.
Located on the Seattle waterfront on Pier 56 and Pier 59, at the
Seattle Centerhouse and at Titlow Beach in Tacoma, Steamer’s offers the
best in casual dining. The
menu features great Pike Ale Batter Alaskan Cod fish and chips, Mahi Mahi
fish tacos, steamed clams, Caesar salad and Northwest microbrews.
The friendly and attentive crew won’t let you forget to try the
award winning clam chowder.
is an authentic charbroiled hamburger restaurant in the Seattle Center.
Quincy’s is known for excellent food, friendly crewmembers and
affordable quality. The
upbeat casual setting is just right for enjoying Quincy’s great burgers,
fries, onion rings and real milkshakes.
A History of Consolidated
Restaurants was founded in 1951 as Barb Enterprises when David Cohn
opened his first restaurant in Seattle. The Barb Restaurant at Fourth
and Seneca featured barbecue sandwiches and a wide range of menu items
for lunch and dinner. Cohn quickly expanded the company in the 1950’s
and 1960’s and located successful Barb Restaurants all over the Puget
Sound area, including a restaurant in the new Food Circus at the Seattle
Center following the Seattle World’s Fair. During this same time, David
Cohn opened the Polynesia Restaurant, a groundbreaking concept on
Seattle’s waterfront at Pier 51.
The 1970’s brought a new name,
“Consolidated Restaurants,” as the company began to focus on destination
restaurant concepts. The company opened Elliott Bay Fish and Oyster
Company (now Elliott’s Oyster House) and Steamer’s Seafood Café at Pier
56 in 1975. The company continued its commitment to the Seattle
Waterfront when it opened Quincy’s (now Steamer’s Seafood Café) at Pier
Consolidated Restaurants continued to
grow in the 1980’s, with thriving quick serve and full service
operations. The quick service division added Quincy’s at the
Centerhouse in 1981 and Steamer’s at the Centerhouse in 1987. In 1983,
CRI opened Metropolitan Grill in Seattle’s financial district. This
legendary steakhouse led the restaurant renaissance in downtown Seattle
and is considered one of the top ten steakhouses in the country. It was
also in 1983 that Mr. Cohn turned restaurant operations over to son Ron,
our current president who has continued in his footsteps.
In 1990, Consolidated Restaurants opened
the classic Union Square Grill adjacent to the Convention Center in
downtown Seattle. A revitalized Quincy’s and Steamers Seafood Café
Express opened at the Seattle Center in 1996. The company continued to
focus on its existing properties, celebrating the 30th
anniversary of Elliott’s Oyster House in 2005.
Consolidated Restaurants entered the new
millennium poised for growth. The company has expanded to the suburbs,
with the addition of DC’s Grill in 2001, on the Sammamish Plateau.
Consolidated Restaurants has formed a partnership with Argosy Cruises to
bring a one-of a kind dinner ship to Seattle. The Royal Argosy is a
floating fine-dining restaurant, featuring three on board galleys and
seating for up to 600 guests. The Royal Argosy docks at Pier 56 next to
Elliott’s Oyster House.
In 2006, Consolidated Restaurants
celebrates 55 years as the premiere restaurant company in the Pacific
Northwest. The company is an industry leader, with experience operating
Seattle’s best-known landmark restaurants and a long-held commitment to
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