The Champagne Diner In Washington Combines Fine Dining And A Casual Atmosphere
If you’ve ever heard the expression “champagne taste on a beer budget,” you know that sometimes we all desire the finer things in life without the hefty price tag. And on a related note, sometimes it’s fun to enjoy fancy fare in a laid back setting. Recently, the Champagne Diner opened in Seattle, and it’s just as amazing as it sounds.
Champagne Diner opened on August 19th in Seattle's Interbay neighborhood.
And with a name like that, it got a lot of attention right away.
Bryn Lumsden, who owns the beloved Seattle bar Damn the Weather, opened the fine dining diner with his partners Jacob Edelstein, Angel Azcarraga, and Adam Mann.
They decided to decorate with diner inspired decor like laminate booths and vintage touches.
The space is sleek and modern, but it's not meant to feel pretentious or unwelcoming.
Think of it as an elevated diner experience.
The menu changes regularly, but you'll always find plenty of classic options like veggie pot pie and fish and chips.
A permanent fixture is the Champagne Omelette, a French inspired omelette with varying accompaniments.
This might taste like your classic diner food, but it certainly won't look like it.
The food is all plated like a work of art.
And of course, the champagne is always flowing here, hence the name.
You can order bottles of champagne to enjoy with your meal (for no corkage fee) or buy them to-go from the bottle shop. You can also order from an amazing and quirky cocktail menu (try a Cowboy in Paris).
Champagne Diner is open daily from 11 a.m. - 7 p.m.
Give it a try the next time you find yourself in the Emerald City.
Address: 945 Elliott Avenue West #201, Seattle, WA, 98119
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