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2120 - contemporary American cuisine with subtle Latin influences
We are an independently owned and operated restaurant, located right next to Amazon's Spheres in Downtown Seattle. Using only the freshest ingredients from farms in and around our local countryside, our culinary team has put together a contemporary, ever-evolving menu that captures our unique culinary spirit, and urban atmosphere.
We're proud to feature a broad selection of wines with a focus on the Pacific Northwest. We firmly believe in the mantra, "what grows together goes together," and you’ll find this commitment reflected in our wine list. We have designed an approachable, playful, and simple cocktail menu that makes an effort to tie in elements from the kitchen to the bar.
Contemporary American, Farm-to-table, Latin American
Hours of Operation:
Lunch: Monday - Friday: 11:00am - 3:00pm;
Brunch: Saturday & Sunday: 11:00am - 3:00pm;
Dinner: Saturday & Mon - Thursday: 4:00pm - 10:00pm;
Friday: 4:00pm - 11:00pm
Sunday: 4:00pm - 9:00pm
Happy Hour: Monday - Friday: 4:00pm - 6:00pm & 8:30pm - Close
Happy Hour: Saturday & Sunday: 4:00pm - Close
*Happy Hour served in the bar only.
*Kitchen closes 30 minutes before closing.
6th Ave & Lenora
$30 and under
AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa
Street parking is available around the local area. Additionally, the entrance to the Amazon Day 1 Building's parking garage, where 2120 is located, can be found on 6th Ave, just before Blanchard.
Banquet, Bar Dining, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Cocktails, Corkage Fee, Fireplace, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Private Room, View, Weekend Brunch, Wheelchair Access, Wine
Special Events & Promotions:
Restaurant buyouts are also available for those groups that would be interested in renting out our entire space. For further details regarding booking, please visit the link below to submit an inquiry.
2120 Ratings and Reviews
Penn cove mussels in coconut broth and Asada steak were delicious!! Pass on the Panna cotta...
Met my niece for lunch and opted for a restaurant that was new to both of us. We both had salads, very well prepared and presented, along with rose' wine. Our waiter was affable and attentive. A bonus was its location next to the Amazon Spheres, which I had yet to see up close.
A friend of mine & I went to 2120 for brunch. The food was very good, but service was extremely slow considering how few customers were there. After 10 minutes sitting & waiting for a waitress to approach us, we had to flag her down ourselves. Though, I thought everything else was great: ambience, food, and prices. Worth giving it a shot 😉
Inventive small plates, noisy and then they put on music. The octopus and pork belly were the stars of the show. Oysters good and the kale salad a good side. My wife thought the donuts so so.
We had friends in for the weekend and decided to try out 2120. Over all we enjoyed our food and the restaurant. The service was a little slow and inattentive. However, we have had way worse in Seattle. I would recommend friends try 2120 but with a little heads up.
I came tonight with my work colleagues from New York. The staff was engaging, knowledgeable and complimentary. The food was outstanding! Chile Rellanos are off the charts amazing! I'll definitely be back!
Not what I was expecting based on previous reviews. Had the beets as an appetizer, they were cold and tasteless. My husband had the oysters which he said were good. For my main I had the Wagyu burger. Bun was stale. Burger patty was thin. My husband had the lamb which he said was tasteless. The couscous was cold. He also had the side order of cauliflower which also had no flavour. The bottle of wine we ordered was good. It was out worst dining experience during our stay in Seattle. Not a recommend.
Extremely rude and slow service. Expensive yet mediocre food.
Fresh tasting food, good beverages, amazing simple sauces that compliment entree without overwhelming it
Delicious brunch with friendly service.
Just ok. Has potential, but each dish missed the mark slightly. One meal missing a side, appetizer was over cooked but had it not been, it would have been very good. Quality control lacking, service was pleasant though.
We started with drinks at the bar which were amazing. Absolutely tasty and delicious. We will definitely be back for drinks. Then moved to our table where things went down hill. Although the staff was great and very friendly it must have been an off night for the kitchen (I was later informed it was a rookie chef from a sister restaurant). We started with the cheese plate. It came out with a wedge of blue cheese and two of the same wedges of gouda(?). Really, two of the same cheeses on a variety cheese board?? they were ok so no big deal. Then I ordered the rabbit and had to send it back (and I absolutely hate sending food back. I think I've done it twice in my entire life). It was so dry that it looked like the turkey in National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation. The wait staff was on point though and promptly had the kitchen make another. The GM later delivered a new plate which was done better. Not perfect, but better. My wife had the steak with the chimichuri sauce that was much better. We then ordered a desert of donuts that were probably the second highlight of the evening after the amazing drinks.
Food was okay but over priced. Better to go when the company is paying.
The ventilation in the kitchen is inadequate and if you want to be smoked Luke a piece of salmon this place is perfect.
Avoid the deep fried chile , a huge deep fried lump of batter with a little pepper inside.
During our trip to see our daughter, we purchased tickets to a Sunday matinee at 5th Ave Theatre. The restaurant had easy parking next door, the brunch food was very good, and the coffee was excellent. We were relaxed and enjoyed the walk to the show.
Great restaurant. The was our second time there. It is a very varied menu. I order the chile relleno which was excellent. My husband had the beef, which he really liked. They have a wonderful patio when the weather is warm. The patio is next to the Amazon domes.
Fantastic food, service and atmosphere! We were here for our anniversary and loved it. The food was unbelievable and the staff went out of their way to make us feel special. I would come here for the homemade donuts alone! It's always nice to see kitchen and wait staff to work together so well Thank you all!
Great service and thoughtful food. We will be back.
Good food and good value. Service seemed a little overtaxed. Beware though, its adjacent to Amazon and the traffic and parking was HORRENDOUS. For that reason alone we won't be back. Came for dine around seattle promo and the sticky toffee dessert was out of this world. Not a sticky toffee dessert though, more of a chocolate decadence cake.
Nice, low key, excellent service. Shishito peppers were a little hot, but no biggie.
The food is delicious and the service is definitely better than many other places. We were here for restaurant week and their menu were the full sized portions and delicious. Highly recommended if you're in the area looking for something of higher quality.
The place was packed and the waitress was running around doing the best she could. She was great though, just needed more help.
Excellent food! French toast for brunch is a must. Mimosas could have a bit more OJ. Bit of delay in service even though restaurant was not that busy.
The best pork belly I've ever tasted. Food beautifully presented, great combination of flavors. Attentive service.
We had a great lunch here. Service was on point and the food was great. We were in and out in less than a half hour which was greatly appreciated.
Not a great experience
2120 needs to try a little harder - my food was coldish - and the kitchen kept setting off the world's loudest kitchen timer. Also, the hostess crammed a table of 6 into a table of four with two little kids right next to us, when there were other better tables for their group.
Poor service cannot save the just okay food.
2120 went above and beyond to make a birthday brunch special, and the food was absolutely delicious. Great place to celebrate someone you love!
We wanted to go to a restaurant with a fresh, honest approach to local ingredients. 2120 did not disappoint. We started with a kale salad - fresh, well dressed and a nice foil for the other plate that we shared - grilled octopus. It was a tasty , honest approach - nice char on the octopus with lovely beans to accompany it. For entrees, Hubby enjoyed a chile relleno and I had the rack of lamb. The chile was full of corn and other veg - nice crunchy coating on the outside. The rack of lamb was accompanied by a quinoa pilaf and a white bean puree - perfectly cooked, well seasoned. The perfect ending to this meal was the cinnamon and sugar mini- donuts with an agave sweetened whipped cream - warm, sweet and yummy - the perfect ending to a memorable meal.
Rack of lamb ,excellent. Merlot excellent. Pilsner excellent . Donuts for dessert ,Outstanding. Service Excellent. Portions ample and fair value. We loved it
Great service, the food and ambiance was also wonderful.
Really enjoyed the lamb tartare but though the other dishes were under-sauced and overpriced.
Not a good brunch. Was really excited to try and everything was bland and had no flavor. Interesting menu/cool vibe. Go for dinner.
Was a nice atmosphere and seating, but was pretty lame that happy hour was only in the bar. I might come back at some point just because of location, but not for happy hour.
Great food, delicious, fresh ingredients, fun (not overwhelming) menu. The environment is lively and will be even better when the Amazon spheres open. Server was attentive and pleasant.
2120 was recommend as one of the best Sunday brunch spots in Seattle. It promised a mash-up of PNW and Latin. Expectations were, therefore, high. The experience was inoffensive but it didn't meet expectations. IMO, the menu was too limited and not many items were really a fusion of Latin with PNW; it turned out to be more like a moderately upscale Mexican breakfast. Since a good Mexican breakfast is my favorite that itself wasn't a disappointment but, again, expectations were tickled. A number of the dishes were well conceived but not as well executed, so expectations weren't met. If you are going to try to be Latin of Mexican, then embrace it. Add some of the ingredients that make that type of food special. The egg dishes sounded good but tasted bland. For example , the poblanos were weak and there were no other apparent spices. They had a chilaquilles dish that they called something else but the execution was again half-hearted. It was as if the mash-up of Latin and PNW was to simply "dumb-down" the Latin in order to appeal to a more restricted palate that they think the PNW customer base prefers. The doughnut appetizer, however, was outstanding. The potatoes were top notch. The service was friendly and attentive. But there was no energy to the food or the room.
FRESCA! Thanks again for a superior experience,
Very pleasant experience at 2120. Like the small plates, to be shared. Good service, food quite good, well prepared. Would go back again.
Our experience was okay - staff were a bit pretentious, not very helpful. The outdoor seating was nice and they had heaters for when it cooled down.
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