Seattle >Revolution Bar & Grill
A music club buried in the heart of Paul Allen's massive rock-and-roll museum..
Simply put, the Sky Church is gorgeous. The mammoth video screens give you instant flashbacks of rock's gloried past. The museum's swooping interior is artistic enough to make it feel like part of the performance.
Nobody can argue with EMP's ability to book big names--Television, Public Enemy and Joan Jett have all appeared--but those who go to more than a couple shows a year may be put off by the venue's overly sterile vibe. Alcohol has to stay in the bar at all times.
josel. After dozens of visits to this restaurant since EMP opened, I will not be back. I have dined here in the past because I work nearby, I like the menu and out-of-town visitors always want to see EMP - but no more. The service has always been mediocre at best. During my last visit, the host was outright rude and insulting and the assistant manager didn't seem to care. I have to believe that management here does not make customer service a priority.
If you're in the neighborhood. If you're going to the Space Needle or touring the EMP this restaurant is a decent value.
Best Place on Earth. Wonderful food, great atmosphere, amazing drinks - love those servers!
Seattle's best kept secret!. I just didn't expect that much from a rock-n-roll museum's restaurant, but after my first couple of trips I'm completely hooked (I've been back about a dozen times now). When you want great presentation and innovative menu selections at a very reasonable price, this is your best bet. It can get a little loud when the Liquid Lounge is in full swing, and the service is sometimes a little slow, but you just can't beat the overall package for the price!
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