Greenlake Bar & Grill

Written by on October 7, 2010 in I Eat Seattle, I Eat...Out with 0 Comments

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How I heard of this place: The Greenlake Bar & Grill is just one of those places that you frequent – after a walk around the lake, before paddleboating through the lake, feeling like you need a quick bite on your way to or from another activity. It is conveniently located and the large portions of food reasonably priced.
Type of cuisine: Bar food for the most part. Sandwiches, salads, burgers, and a chicken-rice dish here or a sausage penne there.
Ambiance: Casual. Open space with much seating, including a small patio outdoors for summer enjoyment. Child-friendly. An easy place to sit back for a casual lunch with friends, with family or after a jog around Greenlake.
What I ordered: My dining companion sat down and immediately decided she had to have a burger! And the Western 1/2 pounder ($12.99) was it; with cheddar cheese, bacon, frizzled onions, pickles, lettuce, tomato and KC Masterpiece BBQ sauce. After narrowing my choices down to two things, the server helped me make a decision: the buffalo chicken salad ($12.99) which was comprised of crispy chicken tossed with Frank’s garlic buffalo sauce, served on Romaine lettuce with red and green onions, tomatoes, cheddar-jack cheese and ranch dressing. One thin slice of crostini lay at the side of my salad.
What I loved: The crostini was perfectly grilled and tasted slightly of wood-fire. Frank’s garlic buffalo sauce made for the perfect, not-too-spicy chicken!
Why I loved it: The space is open and the service friendly. The food served quickly and the portions large enough to satisfy two hungry Greenlake walkers after several hours of bike-shopping.
Cost: Average for lunch ($8-$15 per entree)

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