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Dahlia Lounge

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Dahlia Lounge Review

Romantic Dahlia Lounge has the valentine-red walls and deep booths you may be looking for—it's been working its magic on Seattle since 1980. It's cozy and then some, but the food plays its part, too: Chef Tom Douglas's famous crab cakes, served as an appetizer or an entrée, lead a regionally oriented menu. Other standouts are the grilled-bread salad with pesto, delicious lamb with smashed English peas, seared ahi tuna, near-perfect gnocchi, and such desserts as blissful triple-coconut cream pie and fresh doughnuts. Brunch is served on the weekends. Grab some extra delectable baked goods to-go at the adjoining Dahlia Bakery.

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Updated: 10-12-2012

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    Dahlia? no, dandelion.

    The ambiance is like the lettuce - wilted. Evidently it was a destination at one time, now its more like a den.

    by Mountrath, 8/10/07

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