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Rated: 4 Stars $$$$.
Address: 2200 Western Ave Ste 101 Seattle, WA 98121.
Phone: (206) 728-1337
Specialties: Steakhouses, Seafood, Venues Event Spaces.
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In 2017, Jacob left El Gaucho to launch a new spirits company, Grandeza Premium Orange Liqueur. The successful startup required a great deal of travel and Jacob wanted to stay close to his growing family. He returned to El Gaucho in the Seattle location in January 2019 and was promoted to general manager in October 2019. More
The El Gaucho experience blends impeccable service and exceptional quality. We source and serve the finest ingredients found locally, and around the world. Our menu features fresh seafood selections and 28-day dry-aged Niman Ranch All-Natural Prime Certified Angus Beef® and custom-aged Certified Angus Beef® Tenderloin Filets prepared on our ... More
El Gaucho is the best steak house in Seattle. The atmosphere is fancy and relaxing, which I never thought possible. There isn’t a dress code, the staff is very nice, and the waiters dress in tuxedos. The live piano player is amazing and helps set... More
One popular Seattle steakhouse in getting a big upgrade. El Gaucho — the upscale Pacific Northwest chain that dates back to 1953 — has finished preparations for its spacious new flagship location... More
El Gaucho Steakhouses, Restaurants 2505 1st Ave. , Seattle WA 98121 | (206) 728-1337 | elgaucho.com Menu More
Now, the company will employ 220 people when El Gaucho at Union Stables opens. Across the board, business is about 60% of what it was prior to the pandemic. Unlike other downtown Seattle ... More
AQUA by El Gaucho Seattle’s finest waterfront dining experience featuring exceptional service, seafood and Elliott Bay views. As we temporarily close our doors, we are grateful for the support of our community and wish you a safe holiday season. We look forward to welcoming you back in the spring. More
Seattle’s original El Gaucho opened in 1953 by Jim Ward; its sister restaurant was the 13 Coins. Paul Mackay opened the Seattle 13 Coins for Mr. Ward and became the General Manager of the original El Gaucho. After Mr. Ward passed, the restaurants were sold off and El Gaucho closed its doors shortly after, in 1985. More