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Seattle - Dahlia Lounge

Fort Point | Mar 13, 200412:40 PM     3

Menu has a section titled "Little Tastes From the Sea Bar". Tried the Sea Bar Sampler which consists of dungence crab, ocotpus, smoked salmon, mackeral, and yellow fin tuna. Each is served in a small dish with its own sauce preparation. The items were very good to excellent. We followed the little bites with two appetizers, veal sweetbreads and shrimp-scallion potstickers (both excellent). This was enough food so we did not do any entrees.

Dahlia Lounge has always been a must stop for us when we visit Seattle. It has moved one block since we were last there and is basically in a corner storefront type location now. We don't think the ambiance is as nice as the old location. The food and the service were fine so it is going to be a tought call for us as to whether or not we stop by on our next trip.

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