A marriage of the now-defunct Richardson's and Rokerij restaurants, the decor is unique and service impeccable. A La Carte prices slightly exceed the quality of the food. The Prime Rib at $38 is good, but not worth the cost given that a large portion of it is the bone (it is served bone-in). Side dishes offer a regional flair to accent the traditional entrees, and the mashed sweet potato and green chile was a welcome, spicy surprise.
309 Third Ave. S.bet. Jackson & Main Sts.
Seattle, WA 98104
The votes are in, and while the sandwiches are not bad they are certainly not worth the exorbitant wait, the pric,e or the discomfort of having to stand and wait to eat with strangers amidst the severely deteriorated culinary abmiance. Save yourself the bother, and order on line so you can enjoy your selection of meat in the luxury of your own home.