Daniel's Broiler Lake Union



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809 Fairview Place North
Seattle, Washington
206.621.8262 · schwartzbros.com

A juicy steak, a glass of wine and a deck view of Lake Union (you can count the sea planes as they take off) make Daniel's a go-to spot for beef in Seattle. The Schwartz Brothers are dedicated to the idea of offering their guests an indulgent experience, which isn't difficult when steaks are exclusively USDA Prime, specially selected from the top 2% of cornfed Midwest beef, broiled at over 1,800°F and finished over a hickory wood grill, all under the expert gaze of Chef Thomas Hamlin. Randy Austin, wine manager, plays an equally important role, supervising the Northwestheavy wine list that features big, bold reds perfect with a medium-rare rib eye. The mellow sounds of the piano bar add to the clubby, classic steakhouse setting.

The Stats
Number of selections: 770
Bottles in inventory: 13,994
Number of wines by the glass: 33
BYO: Yes.
Corkage Fee: $20
Wine list highlights: One of the most comprehensive collections of Washington and Northwest wines in the state, including Apex, Andrew Will Winery and McCrea Cellars. A vertical of Robert Mondavi Reserve Cabernet Sauvignon (1975-1986, 1988-1994). Solid French and Italian selections, including 1952 Château Lafite Rothschild and old vintages of Château Ducru-Beaucaillou.

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