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From journal Seattle, Puget Sound, Mt Rainier, Mount St. Helen
September 11, 2004
Now get ready for sticker shock: The cost of Sunday brunch is $39.95 for one person (this includes the observation deck above). Yes that is a lot of bling bling to a poor slob like me, but after tasting how good the food was and how much food I was served, I can see a value in it. Also, when you consider it costs $13.50 just to ride the elevator to the observation deck, you might as well fork out a little extra to get a good meal. There is a dress code at Sky City, no sleeveless shirts or t-shirts, dress shorts are OK, jeans with holes in them are not, check the website for exact requirements. The Space Needle and the Sky City Restaurant are a must for the Seattle visitor.
From journal Company Party
September 28, 2002
From journal Seattle Weekend
Leeds, United Kingdom
June 19, 2002
As the restaurant rotates you are afforded perfect views of downtown, Lake Union, Lake Washington and Mount Rainier, as well as a variety of chain letters left on the windowsill by other tables.
The food is good here, but the point ain't the food, it's the view, so it's essential to book and demand a window table.
After your meal, you can wander upstairs to the viewing gallery, have an after-dinner coffee and watch the best view of the city.
Absolutely perfect place for special occasions.
From journal Summer in Seattle
Grand Prairie, Texas
June 29, 2001
The food they serve mixes normal brunch food and adds seafood to it as well. I had Eggs Benedict, but instead of ham, I had crab on it.
Also, while we were waiting to be seated, you can go upstairs to the observation deck to admire the view as well.
You can eat here for other meals as well during the rest of the week.
From journal Weekend in Seattle