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Drive in to Opera Alley and be transported. We strive to bring approachable food and beverage, a sense of comfort and community, as well as a unique and quality dining experience. We call ourselves a "cafe" in the sense that we are not pretentious and offer a fine dining experience in an atmosphere of comfort and respite.
Parking in Opera Alley, and downtown, can be a bit of a challenge, especially on the weekends, so please be sure to give yourself plenty of time when making reservations to find a parking space, or consider a night off from driving and get an Uber or Lift!! Eat good food often, break bread with friends and family, spend time with those you love, and we will see you soon.
We invite you to join us. Come relax and enjoy delicious food and the best service you’ll find anywhere.
Tokyo Steak House guests dine grill side experiencing the authentic cooking skills of our talented chefs who juggle hot flames and sharp knives while artistically create a delicious meal for their guests. Our guests relish in the aroma of our special herbs and seasonings and enjoy a completed meal fresh off the grill.
At Tokyo Steak House we serve only the highest quality product and strive to give the best service possible.
We strive to provide exemplary service each and every visit for our guests. We invite you to our restaurant, where you will find a combination of an eclectic, rustic atmosphere that captures the best of European cuisine with a Latin American flair.
Our mission is to create something memorable with every dish we present our guests. And with every delectable plate,
we will deliver a superior service making us a stand-alone restaurant in our neighborhood.
We love our friends and neighbors from NE Tacoma, Brown’s Point and Federal Way that frequently drop by for a delicious weekday meal or for leisurely weekend dining.
We also enjoy the regular visits from our friends in Oregon and others on their travels throughout the Seattle-Metro area.
Greenhouse features full lunch and dinner menus, as well as appetizers, small and large bites and decadent desserts that change daily. It also offers a special Twilight Menu, with three-course meals ranging from light to hearty fare, and a Happy Hour menu that is featured in the bar. The extensive wine and beer list also changes daily, spotlighting local microbreweries and wineries, as well as perennial favorites that pair perfectly with the menu options. Greenhouse is open for lunch and dinner; information about private bookings for parties, meetings, receptions and corporate events is available on request.
Duke's is an upscale casual Pacific NW seafood concept offering signature, flavorful, 100% sustainable wild seafood, Award Winning Chowder and grass fed burgers in a gathering place that is friendly, comfortable, unpretentious and filled with personality. We only source all natural, healthful ingredients. Duke's food is free of hormones, antibiotics and free of harmful chemicals. Guests sum up their favorable assessment of what Duke's has to offer with three words: It’s so good!
Breakfast- Daily from 7:00am to 11:00am /
Lunch- Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday 11:00am to 3:00pm /
Brunch- Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 10:30am to 2:00pm /
Dinner- Daily from 4:00pm to 10:00pm /
Happy Hour Monday through Thursday 3:00pm to 5:00pm /
New Late-Night Menu available 10:00pm to 11:00pm Friday and Saturday /
We offer complimentary Valet service for guests dining at Copper & Salt. We do not validate parking outside of our Valet service.
*Patio seating is first come first serve.
Start out your meal with one of the restaurant’s many appetizers such as the crab and artichoke dip. In addition to an extensive dinner menu featuring perfectly cooked aged steaks, Toscanos Italian Grill serves happy hour seven days a week from 3p to 5p. The restaurant also offers catering, to go regular menu, curbside family sized meals, and to go wine and cocktails. Order our menu for take out at https://www.toasttab.com/toscanos-italian-grill
- JLJasonLSeattle / Eastern Washington •2 reviews5.0Dined 1 day agoGreat quiet place for a date night or nice evening with a special person. Excellent service, classy and tasteful without being too fancy pantsy or pretentious. The food was far above average; my only gripe is that the menu items without meat were a bit cheese/cream heavy and rich.More infoOver The Moon CafePrice: Expensive• American• Tacoma•4.9
- PVPaulVTahoe / Reno Area •12 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoSolid evening. Great looking location with a solid whiskey / Bourbon selection. Server was very attentive and helpful. Food was very good and we enjoyed watching the dancing. We all said we would go back next time in town.More infoSTEEL CREEK TACOMAPrice: Moderate• American• Tacoma•3.7
- OTOpenTable DinerSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined 4 days agoOur server, Elizabeth, was really nice and helped us celebrate our anniversary. It was our first visit and we enjoyed our visit and there were other things in the menu we will try in the future.More infoStanley & Seafort'sPrice: Moderate• Seafood• Tacoma•4.3
- KHKeriHSeattle / Eastern Washington •1 review5.0Dined on Jan 2, 2023Good food and atmosphere at a reasonable price. Out only downfall was no sweet wine.More infoMcMenamins Elks TemplePrice: Moderate• American• Tacoma•4.4
- MMosheevipSeattle / Eastern Washington •6 reviews5.0Dined on Jan 1, 2023Excellent service catering to all our needs. Delicious food with the tastiest, tenderest steak in town. Very personal service by both wait staff and manager. Will return.More infoStanford's SteakPrice: Moderate• Steakhouse• Tacoma•4.4
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Tacoma is a medium-sized city that has a few different local and historical locations. Other than visiting these sites, residents and tourists can also enjoy a nice meal originating from different countries, such as traditional Japanese, Mexican, Thai, and Chinese food. There are both casual and fine dining establishments, and a few of the most popular dishes that can be found in Tacoma are crunchy calamari, New England clam chowder, pork belly, charcuterie, and gamberi. Tacoma also has a few excellent choices for quick and fresh food like coffee, pastries, doughnuts, and other sweets. Regardless of whether you're searching for a quick drink and bite on the run or a nice ethnic dinner, Tacoma has it all to offer.
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The most romantic restaurant in Tacoma is Over The Moon Cafe