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Green star Brasa (Belltown)

2107 Third Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 728-4220
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After more than a decade, Tamara Murphy's upscale Mediterranean restaurant Brasa is still a star of the Seattle food scene. It's also an excellent place to go for appetizers in the bar—the happy hour's awesome.
Categories: Bar, Restaurant

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Average Rating:
  • 4.14000/5 Stars.
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7

Great time!!!

Great food! Great wine! Great service! Like that the menu is seasonal and local. Look forward to going back! We shared and app/salad and entree and had just the right amount! next time we'll try dessert! The larger parties around us seemed to be having a good time too.
Posted by BAM on September 1, 2007 at 7:40 PM · Report this
6

Very Nice!

atmosphere - so so food - very nice wine is good starters is good entree's is good dessert is good price is expensive but worth it i like and i will go back and not good meaning good but good meaning great
Posted by charlieO on August 27, 2007 at 12:49 AM · Report this
5

Late night comfort

I can't think of anywhere else I want to go after ten for a comfortable, laid back, excellent meal. House drinks are creative and fun, the atmosphere upscale but not haughty. The staff has consistently been playful and skilled. Though the menu occasionally misfires, overall the food has been great with a number of spectacular desserts and seasonal offerings. I'm more than willing to accept the infrequent well-meaning mediocre dish provided that the kitchen keeps taking risks on intriguing and delightful new options.
Posted by sinecure on August 20, 2007 at 3:02 PM · Report this
4

Inconsistent.

I love the atmosphere, but after first being pleased with the food and returning three times, I am begining to feel that the food is inconsistent.
Posted by Gman on August 8, 2007 at 9:29 AM · Report this
3

Fabulous.

Brasa has amazing food in a beautiful atmosphere. The bartenders are skilled and the drinks are great.
Posted by Betty on August 1, 2007 at 7:56 PM · Report this
2

Great food, great atmosphere

Food was excellent and the atmosphere was very relaxed. All of the food was good but the pork belly and the chocolate torte are to die for!
Posted by LB on July 26, 2007 at 11:13 AM · Report this
1

Casual elegance

Brasa is one of my favorite places. From the booths in the dining area, to the long serpentine bench and a communal table in the bar area Brasa reflects a casual elegance not matched by many Seattle restaurants. Many of their menu items are available as “bar” sized options as well, and any of them are sure to delight. I have had a great time both on dates or out with friends for a snack and a glass of wine. I could recommend a trip to try it out to any one.
Posted by Bdiggity on July 23, 2007 at 8:14 PM · Report this

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