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About Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge
Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar is a Northwest gathering spot serving seasonally-inspired farm-to-table cuisine. The entire team is committed to sustainable practices bringing the season's best to your table. Chef Mark Bodinet hand selects products from small local farms, fishermen, ranchers and artisans as well as products from his on-site chef's garden for many of his evening offerings. Arrive early and experience a seasonal cocktail or glass of Washington State Syrah in Copperleaf Bar where the lounge menu is available daily. Come see why Copperleaf Restaurant is a truly "Quintessentially Northwest" experience.
Seattle, WA 98188
Northwest, American, Organic
Hours of Operation:
Lunch Daily: 11:30 am - 2:00 pm; Dinner Daily: 5:30 - 10:00 pm
$31 to $50
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Private Parking on site
Seattle's Link light Rail station(Tukwila International Blvd.) within 3 miles.
Private Party Facilities:
Brightwood is a private dining room especially suited for parties of 10 - 18 people. Its private terrace and waterfall make Brightwood an ideal location for intimate social gatherings. Chef Mark Bodinet will happily prepare a customized menu made with "best of the season" products. You may choose from the seasonal a la carte menu, hand-crafted cocktail menu and our regional wine list. It features a wide variety of organic and bio-dynamic Northwest wines. The Copperleaf team looks forward to welcoming you soon.
Private Party Contact:
Corey Roettgers: (206) 214-4190
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Corkage Fee, Farm to Table, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Copperleaf Restaurant has several ongoing special events. Have a feast for the senses with one of our Taste & Touch Series dinners, a collaboration between culinary and spa. Come journey with us on one of our Culinary Adventures where we explore the origins of our food, or take part in one of our Summer Dining Series dinners. There is always something exciting happening at Copperleaf Restaurant and Cedarbrook Lodge. Please visit our website for more information.
Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge Ratings and Reviews
Celebrated an anniversary here, felt we received wonderful care, from the wait staff and kitchen.
At first thought that it was all a bit fussy. But soon we relaxed and quite enjoyed the attention.
Food was very imaginative, sometimes a bit too, but with an easy, fun sense of it all.
It's in the same building with a lodge and a spa, so it can be casual, or fancy, just comfortably relaxed.
Our waiter was very helpful in making recommendations which did not disappoint. We thoroughly enjoyed the private reserve red blend, reasonably priced and wonderful flavors. All the foods were artistically displayed and flavorful. Highly recommend the melon and avocado and the heirloom tomatoes for a first course.
Wonderful and unique food served in an amazing environment. Beautiful Decor both inside the restaurant and out on the patio areas. Service was excellent and my server was very knowledgeable and able to answer a lot of questions I had on some of their unique menu items. I would highly recommend this restaurant both for special occasions, every day specialty dining, and large parties . Not inexpensive, but definitely worth the price and a good value considering the uniqueness of the restaurant.
College roommate from 48 years ago and I enjoyed thoroughly a lunch at Copperleaf Restaurant this week. It was a beautiful sunny day, so we chose the patio dining. Waiter graciously took time in our ordering process. The food was exceptionally good! The whole experience was perfect, delightful!
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Enjoyed a relaxing dinner on the lovely patio with friends the night before flying out of Seattle. The menu is quite impressive, and they offered a solid "young adult" menu as well for my less culinarily-adventurous 10 and 12-year-old. The cocktails, corn soup, and caesar salad appetizers were top notch. The pork dish with polenta and greens was outstanding; however, the halibut dish was lacking, as both of us who ordered it remarked on how overdone it was (even if the presentation was beautiful). Service was outstanding, though, as our server brought us little tastings for fun--a cheese sample before our first course and some cookies and blood orange soda "shots" for dessert. I would definitely give the restaurant another try if in the area again in the future.
It was very unfortunate that the restaurant called the day before, to confirm, at which time I asked for an optional outdoor seating, which I thought was noted, but when we got there, they neither could seat us right away nor find an appropriately sized table for us. AND they were not busy!
The extraordinarily slow service went on from there. Some courses were fine, but very pricey for their size, and some were not very good. It was not a busy time and it was a Friday night. We are club members there and sent them an email with our concerns directly afterwards, but have not heard from them.
I cannot recommend for others to go there, at least for dinner. Perhaps lunch will continue to be okay.
Food and setting is outstanding but check in was extremely inefficient. We were there for lunch. They were totally unprepared and it took 25 minutes to get seated even though we had a reservation. We'd had a similar experience when we'd be there about a year ago.
The Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge was an unexpected delight. We found it listed
on Open Table when we searched for restaurants near the SeaTac Airport where it got very good reviews. It is a gem in a lovely setting. The dining room with soaring ceiling and lots of pine wood beams and planks sets the tone. There is a large fireplace that adds warmth. While the dining room is open and large, the seating is intimate and quiet. The wine list was varied with a good selection at varied price points. We had a glass of sparkling wine to start and a chianti Classico Reserva to follow. I had the corn soup which was superb- a creamy corn soup with complex flavors. My wife had the summer melon special which was equally excellent. For dinner I had the Agnolotti, a house specialty. My wife had halibut. Both were excellent. We shared a desert of the theo dark chocolate cocoanut glace which topped off a wonderful meal. A quick stroll in the garden adjacent to the restaurant added a lovely end to the meal.
We hope to return to Seattle and would like to spend a couple of days enjoying the Cedarbrook Lodge and would like to try the chef's tasting menu with selected wine pairings.
Love this place...great atmosphere...always great service...the clam chowder was good, the poulet blue was good, the English Pea Agnolotti was superb, the Diver Scallop Bouillabaise was superb and the strip steak was just OK....so three out of four isn't bad...I think the best bet it to order what their chef makes .....not the steak that someone else grows.
Our service was a ten and we will be back...our favorite restaurant.
My wife and I went for a date night dinner. The setting of the restaurant was beautiful. We had a very attentive server who was extremely knowledgeable about the dishes. The smoked salmon small plate was a delight to see as well as delicious. The green pea agnulotti with morel mushroom butter could not have been better. Definitely will be going back.
Our eighth time dining at Copperleaf over the past six years; never disappointing. When we travel to Seattle, my wife and I stay at Cedarbrook Lodge specifically so that we may enjoy dinner at Copperleaf Restaurant. Even if you are staying elsewhere in the City, it's worth the drive for the food, ambiance, and service.
The waitperson, Piper, was very good and knowledgeable. The Amuse Bouche was delicious and a surprise, as was the complimentary dessert tasting tray. The bouillabaisse was odd (at least for us) in that it was not an actual soup; it had just a very small amount of sauce, which was a disappointment. However, the octopus was delicious.
We were visiting and found this restaurant through Open Table. Very glad we did! The food was imaginative and very good, and the cocktails were to die for. The food was a bit expensive for what you got, but it was worth it. Will visit again if we are in Seattle again.
The lodge is a lovely place. I think they cater to hotel guests not locals. The menu is creative with seasonal ingredients but didn't deliver. The agnolotti was tough and the pork wasn't very good. Dessert menu was unispired. The server was fine but not well-educated about the food. Not a foodie destination.
We went here for Mother's Day brunch so we had the buffet. All the food was excellent. I particularly enjoyed the Prime Rib and the pasta bar. Others in our party went for the omelet bar and were very happy with that. The desserts were excellent and the kids loved the chocolate fountain (of course). It was a very well done Mother's Day brunch.
Have dined here several times and really enjoyed it. 5:30pm reservations and left at 8:30pm. Took way too long to receive courses. Something must have been going on in the kitchen because other tables were waiting a long time also. We did not even have dessert! Server was ok.
Complained to manager of the dining room and no apologies were given. Will not return.
I was looking forward to the Caesar salad with steak, but it was smothered in dressing. The med-well that I ordered was very, very pink. I did not send it back because we had waited a very long time for service, despite a reservation. My partner had the cheeseburger and said it was good. I am so disappointed because it has always been excellent in the past.
Huge disappointment. If you've ever eaten "hotel buffet food" at a conference, then you know exactly what this brunch it.
"Hot" dishes included pork tenderloin (cold and grey), chicken in brown sauce (no flavor), prawns and weirdly....no hot sides. No regular green salad or any offering of cheeses like you find on, well, any other brunch buffet.
The prime rib had no flavor at all.
The one redeeming dish? Made to order omelets.
The best part (or biggest insult?) Our $65 each didn't even include a lousy iced tea.
The decor and live music reminded me of grandpa's country club. Stuffy. Pretentious. Over-priced.
They have well-trained servers and great presentation, but half of my meal was cold. I ordered crispy skin sea bass and it was overcooked. Little short rib dumplings on the side were not even lukewarm and the "melted leeks" had cooled enough to congeal the butter so it was hard to even taste the leeks over the butter taste. I love this location and overall ambience so it was disappointing because I always recommend people stay at Cedarbrook on Seattle layovers.
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