Reviews on Steakhouse food in Olympia, Washington, United States. Birthplace of riot grrl music and home to an energetic independent art and music scene, Olympia is a hub of innovative cultural movements. The nontraditional Evergreen State College draws young pioneers and artists while the surrounding landscape of Puget Sound beckons the environmentally aware to its embrace. With 40 city parks incorporating 963 acres as well as a vast, municipally-funded public art collection, the city is a study in inventive and ecological civil design.
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4 based on 329 reviews
Gardner's has been family owned since 1983 and has proven to be the favorite place to dine in Olympia. Gardner's Executive Chef Dayton Kuenstler favors the freshest local and seasonal ingredients. Everything is created from scratch, including an abundance
We celebrated my husband's birthday with dinner at Gardner's and everything was great. Starting with wine and appetizer and ending with delicious chocolate cake, everything was excellent. We had the stuffed mushroom appetizer, side salads, scallops (so GOOD!) the salmon, and chocolate cake with a birthday candle. Our delightful and knowledgeable server, Kirsten, made sure we had an awesome dining experience. Thank you Kirsten! We will be back.
4 based on 97 reviews
We were walking around Olympia and spotted the Cascadia Grill. What a treat.The food is fantastic.I had the crispy trout salad. The fish was cooked to perfection. The salad was very fresh. My husband had an impossible burger on a vegan bagel. For dessert he had delicious vegan carrot cake.The other couple had the Indochine sandwich. They both loved the spices.I highly recommend stopping at this restaurant if you are looking for a great meal in Olympia.As we had one vegan in the group we appreciated those options.What caught out attention was the Impossible Burger sign outside.The owner is very friendly and greats allof his incoming guests. A nice touch.
5 based on 14 reviews
Well if you follow me for food or casino's you know I pick F&C always. We live in the North Seattle so it is about a 1 hr. drive. If I could afford the meal each week I would be there. The trouble is The Grill is located in the Red Wind Casino. Can't get out of there without gambling. This is a small restaurant about 22 booths and tables. Nice fireplace and the service is fabulous. Tuesday special was Prime Rib full meal only $ 15.00. Another must is the Clam Chowder. It comes in a large bowl not a cup. It is thick and full of Clams. Prices are very reasonable. It is worth the road trip. Just prepared to gamble a little. Enjoy!!!!1 If you are considered a senior a very nice discount.Hello Launa and thank you for your outstanding 5- Star review of the Squalli-Absch Grille. We are so pleased to hear that you enjoyed your dining experience and thank you for your continued patronage. We hope you will visit us again soon.
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