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611 Supreme

When they're good, the sweet crepes are buttery yellow, the savory a beautiful brown (due to their buckwheat flour), and all are crispy at the edges and larger than the plates underneath them. Whether wrapped around smoked salmon, sauteed mushrooms, or caramelized apples, these are the perfect food—ephemeral and hearty at the same time. When they're bad, the crepes look and taste like something to which you'd apply ointment. Dining at 611 can be a crapshoot, but don't give up on them yet—the lounge is dim and sexy, and crepes are half-price at happy hour.

This place is closed.

611 Supreme

611 E Pine St, Seattle, WA 98122
206-328-0292
Restaurant Details
  • Features Breakfast/Brunch, Cheap Eats, Romantic
  • Cuisine Dessert, French
Bar Details
  • Features Full Menu, Happy Hour, Romantic, Snacks Available
  • Scene Wine Bar, Cocktail Lounge, Pub
Read Reviews (26)

my favorite place in seattle!

ignore all bad reviews. if you go anywhere at a busy time you will have to wait for a table. but i personally have never had to at 611. there food is rich in flavor and delicious and every time the bill comes i cant believe how inexpensive it is. we try to go here as much as possible. love the decor and atmosphere.
Posted by portland2seattle on February 12, 2011 at 11:57 AM · Report this

more sauce would help

this was really and truly the worst pizza i ever had.
Posted by IL DIVA on March 13, 2009 at 4:33 PM · Report this

LOVE IT

They are wonderful. Great food and great service as well. It was pretty busy but they did treated us very nice. This place became my favorite and I can not wait to go back! See you again very soon.
Posted by kimono on November 12, 2008 at 9:08 PM · Report this
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The Coffee. Oh the coffee..

I'm torn - on one hand I want to tell more people about this place but on the other hand, I don't want it to get any busier. As you can tell from some of the reviews, it gets crowded. The one time you were there, perhaps they made a mistake in seating someone else before you. Maybe it took almost an hour to sit down and order. All I can say is - so what? Ever worked at a popular weekend brunch place? Bottom line, its worth it. Be patient. grab a copy of the stranger and chill out at the bar and have a drink ok? The food is Amazing - they've got sweet, they've got savoury. Their coffee (press) is out of this world. Seriously the boldest, tastiest coffee I've found in seattle. Everythings priced decent so thats a plus as well. The servers are the nicest people too. Recommended! If you're the impatient type, try the julias up the street on broadway. PS never done dinner so don't know anything about that
Posted by Biju on April 7, 2008 at 1:30 AM · Report this

perfect

while reading reviews I was hesitant but figured I wasnt in a hurry and if i experienced slow service, it wouldnt be a big deal. Upon walking in, we were immediately greeted and took a seat on a cool mini love seat in the corner. The ambiance was perfect, music was appropriate, service was great and drinks were reasonably priced. The server was attentive and the fact that we could get 2 desserts and a beer for under 20 bucks at 11pm was perfect! Check this place out-its definitely worth it.
Posted by a on April 3, 2008 at 11:26 AM · Report this

Good food and decent service (for only one server)

We popped in here when the wait for Machiavelli was over an hour. We were seated right away. We ordered salads and crepes. I got some veggie-cheese one and my husband had ham. I definitely had entree envy. Both were good, but his was just so MUCH better. Anyway, our service was leisurely but comfortable. And considering I only saw one server, I was pretty impressed. It was a bit noisy, and definitely not private, but a good place to meet up with friends.I'll go back again.
Posted by Footloose & Fancy Free on April 2, 2008 at 4:47 PM · Report this

Long Wait Times

I've been to 611 Supreme a few times, and all but one time I had to wait extremely long to get a seat. Last time we sat near the bar for a good 30 minutes or more until we were seated -- the rest of the dining experience seemed to last an hour and a half. It was one of those times where the longer you waited, the more angry you got. The waitress was very unfriendly; I think I'd have gotten better service if I looked as conformist and trendy as the rest of the hipsters in this place. The food was good though, really good. I snorted it through a straw it was so good.
Posted by no on January 29, 2008 at 11:05 AM · Report this

Long Wait

Two weeks or so ago, it took over 1 1/2 hours to get a seat and to actually get food served. The restaurant was NOT packed (there were open seats!) at all. The server brought our appetizer and our crepes at the same time which kind of defeated the purpose of ordering an appetizer. The side of potatoes was cold but after waiting, and waiting and waiting, I did not want to wait any more for them to cook a new batch up. The food is good if you can get it warm and if it doesn't take over an hour get your appetizer and meal at the same time. I'll be going elsewhere. We did not receive any apologies for the wait when the restaurant was empty.
Posted by ThePassenger on November 11, 2007 at 6:16 PM · Report this

good crepes

611 Supreme is a good place to go get a good drink and just relax. There is a nice energy there, especially in the bar area. I am not a big fan of the dining room ambiance but I do like the crepes. They are one of the few places that serve savory crepes correctly, with buckwheat or sarazin batter. They really enhance the flavor of the ingredients used and they are quite authentic.
Posted by stella12345 on November 4, 2007 at 8:33 PM · Report this
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