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Feedback Lounge

goofygamine | Apr 30, 2009 09:46 AM

Feedback Lounge opened in West Seattle last Sunday. The rock and roll concept seemed unique. We decided to check it this week and were sorely disappointed. We saw quite a few people come in to look around at the rock memorabilia, then leave. That's our recommendation for visiting the place.

The drink menu looks great, very creative. The drinks taste great, other than being very, very weak on the alcohol. The bartenders spent the time to use many in-house ingredients. Maybe that's why the orders were so backed up? The waitress took orders fast enough. She may have been the only waitress in the place but she made the effort to get orders in and out as quickly as one person could. Everyone around us noticed the long wait. Hey, at least we had cool rock memorabilia to look at during our wait.

As for food, skip it. We didn't see anyone who was pleased with their appetizers or entrees. Other than to finally get them. But the inconsistency and quality disappointed. Lots of people ordered burgers. All were overcooked with blah, stale buns. The burgers at our table didn't get finished because they were so bad. Condiments weren't consistent either. Some got nothing, others got a full selection. And french fries? Maybe you got a few, maybe you got a nice pile. The salad was okay. The chicken was salty. We definitely didn't finish anything on our plates. We saw tables around us giving up on their plates as well. Bummer.

As we walked out of the place, we noticed the new Zeek's Pizza going in next door. They're schedule to open May 1st so they'll likely outshine Feedback.

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