Sky City Restaurant / Seattle

400 Broad St at Space Needle Seattle 98109
Opening Hours
Sun, Sat 10:00 - 14:45
Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, Fri 11:30 - 14:00
top trending 9128 votes
4.7
Tips from the Net @ SkyCity Restaurant
Perry M en
This was my second time to Sky City restaurant and my wife's first time. We had reservations for 11:30am brunch on a Thursday. We used the valet parking at the base of the Space Needle. $13 for 3 hours and $3 for every hour after. We got on the elevator, to the restaurant, right away with just one other couple. We were seated promptly. Our waiter was super nice and attentive to our needs. The price was a little more than other brunches I have been to but the view was awesome, especially with a rotating view of the city. You also get to visit the sky deck one floor up after you eat. All in all it was a Great time. GooglePlace - July 2017
Gerlaine Kiamco en
This was my first time at the Space Needle and Sky City. We had brunch and EVERYTHING was amazing! My Bloody Mary used horseradish infused vodka to give it the perfect spiciness. My prime rib was made to perfection. Even the bread pudding brought a smile to my face. Brunch is less expensive than dinner and gives you a great view of the city during the day. If you are thinking about going up the Space Needle, think about eating at Sky City. GooglePlace - July 2017
Anthony M en
The service was so crummy. For the caliber of what you should be getting, the service should be SPOT ON. Instead, they rely on the crutch of the tables revolving. I wouldn't have a problem with the price if the entire staff was providing the service of a fine dining restaurant. The quality of the food certainly exceeded my expectations compared to the reviews I read online. Ambiance of seeing the city has been the only claim to fame. Will I be back? Not unless I know the service level has improved from the current disappointing level. (Ex. The server was at our table a total of three times and seemed disinterested in our presence. The rest of the staff in the waiting area didn't speak - even to say, "excuse me" when passing by. It's all service 101 they forgot) GooglePlace - June 2017
Mason Penstein en
Upon first entering the restaurant the slow rotation felt gimmicky and honestly made me feel a little nauseous, however after settling in, it was apparent that it was an extremely atmospheric and relaxing piece of the meal. Each portion of the three course brunch one-upped the last. It began with some of the best clam chowder I've ever had. The main course was filled with many pleasant surprises from the delicious, meaty asparagus, to the perfectly cooked salmon. Following this very filling feast, I was able to enjoy a very delicious and light dessert of strawberries, and fresh cream. This amazing meal was wrapped together by some of the best restaurant care I've ever received thanks to our waiter, Fabio. I would definitely recommend this fun experience, as it definitely was the best way to view Seattle. GooglePlace - June 2017
Philippe Lurol en
Eating at the space needle is definitely a treat, as well as a must when visiting Seattle with someone special. The views are spectacular from the top. It is a great experience for multiple reasons. First, the valet parking makes anyone feel important. You are asked to wait with other guests to ride the elevator to the restaurant, almost as if waiting to board a shuttle (the elevator) to get to the heights of outer space, the restaurant. The food itself is at the height of fine dining, the price has its heights as well but that is to be expected. The portions are on the smaller side, but yet leaving you a full feeling, which is to be expected with fine cuisine. The real feast is the view of the coast and of the city (city and ship lights if going at night). All in all it certainly is a great experience and a fantastic culinary journey. GooglePlace - April 2017