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Crush



2319 East Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98112

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(206) 302-7874

Hours

  • Sunday: Closed
  • Monday: Closed
  • Tuesday: Closed
  • Wednesday: Closed
  • Thursday: Closed
  • Friday: 5:30 pm - Midnight
  • Saturday: 5:30 pm - Midnight

Cuisine: American Restaurants


4.6 of 5.0 from 28 reviews


price range:more than $50

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  • EaterDiners have been crushing on chef/owner Jason Wilson's knack to modernize Northwest cuisine. Truffles, pork belly and foie gras are pretty standard menu items here. [Eater 38 Member]

    55555 by Eater


  • Mike P.It was tasty, definitely. And service was good. But someone brought a really loud baby + there was a door slamming constantly that shook the whole house. Kind of an atmosphere killer.

    55555 by Mike P.


  • EaterSince opening Valentines Day 2005, diners have been crushing on chef/owner Jason Wilson's knack to modernize Northwest cuisine. Truffles, pork belly and foie gras are pretty standard menu items here.

    55555 by Eater


  • maxine k.Oooh! Surprisingly cold in the center of my cauliflower :( wasnt expecting that.

    33333 by maxine k.


  • Meghan D.Everything is so adventurous and delicious! I highly recommend the tasting menu, It's really fun and provides for excellent conversation.

    55555 by Meghan D.


  • Jon S.Tell Jason i sent you!

    33333 by Jon S.


  • Terran W.Come hungry, leave hungry.

    55555 by Terran W.


  • Liliana H.Found Eggs And Bacon as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Liliana H.Found Copper River Salmon Crudo as Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Liliana H.Found Gnocchi as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Liliana H.Found Beef Short Ribs as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Liliana H.Found Foie Gras as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Liliana H.Found Jen's Crush as Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com

    55555 by Liliana H.


  • Elizabeth™Tasting menu $92 per person. MUST TRY! :p

    55555 by Elizabeth™


  • SharonBoth main dishes were either over cooked or over seasoned...

    22222 by Sharon


  • SharonDisappointed w their April 2012 restaurant week menu. None of the old good appetizers and dessert are on the menu any more..

    55555 by Sharon


  • Anthony S.I used to walk Crush everyday on my way to UW. The delicious aroma permeating the air around the restaurant was sheer torture!

    55555 by Anthony S.


  • Seattle MetSeven years in, Jason Wilson has proved himself incapable of resting on his formidable laurels (James Beard, Food and Wine)—and diners will taste it in the form of a thousand perfect surprises.

    33333 by Seattle Met


  • Jason K.High end. Good wine. But I have to say American chefs lack a sensibility. A nuance. Nevertheless a decent meal---just below Asia or Europe.

    55555 by Jason K.


  • SW StreetThey made Seattle Weekly's 107 favorite restaurants! Read the 2011 Voracious Dining Guide to find out why our editors think it's one of the "best restaurants in the city."

    55555 by SW Street


  • Seattle MetAt Crush, Jason Wilson removes the brine of Moroccan olives by dehydrating, then adding starch to them, leaving a flavor-packed substance he calls olive powder.

    22222 by Seattle Met


  • BravoJason Wilson’s new American cuisine restaurant in Madison Valley. Adventurous cooking, good service and fun wine list. A house transformed into a slick and smart looking restaurant. -Thierry Rautureau

    55555 by Bravo


  • Danielle S.Life would not be the same without Crush (and Jason Wilson)! All of my culinary desires and cravings are consistantly surpassed. Not only is the food amazing, the service is even better, if you want

    55555 by Danielle S.


  • Bill C.Hands down THE best restaurant in Seattle in it's category, everything delights in flavor and yum factor. It's rare to see this type of culinary execution across the whole menu.

    55555 by Bill C.


  • Seattle MetBest, Wilson’s plates nearly always offer “the yum factor”: that undefinable element that makes fine cuisine into good eatin’. Exhibit A: His buttermilk fried sweetbreads, with crisped potato, mustard

    55555 by Seattle Met


  • Veronica P.Foie Gras + Short Ribs + Roquefort Cheesecake = best dinner ever.

    55555 by Veronica P.


  • IainHigh end, interesting spot (a house in a semi suburban/semi hood location), great wine list & staff who know what they are talking about.

    55555 by Iain


  • matt p.had dinner at Crush last week. foie gras, beet salad, short ribs. yummy

    55555 by matt p.


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