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2505 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98121
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- Sun - Thu 5:00pm - 11:00pm
- Fri - Sat 5:00pm - 1:00am
4.7 of 5.0 from 43 reviews
price range:more than $50
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El Gaucho Reviews
Make plans to join us for our annual event - The Legendary Swirl - on January 25! New this year: Wine tasting from over 50 of the World's Finest Wineries, 3 Winemaker Dinners & a Distillery Dinner.
by El Gaucho
Join us for an evening with Fred Noe, Jim Beam Master Distiller and 7th generation of the Beam family. 12/11 at 7pm. Seating is limited - make reservations. $150/person.
by El Gaucho
Happy hour all day on Sunday and Monday.
by Jennifer W.
Everything on the menu is excellent
by Mike L.
I had a great ostrich steak here once
Sunday – Monday: All night 4pm to close Tuesday – Friday: 4pm – 7pm Saturday: 4pm – 5pm
by Claire T.
Come here before going to the Big Picture for a movie...you won't be disappointed!!!
by Carrie G.
Ask about our loyalty program, the Reveler's Club! http://www.elgaucho.com/revelers/index.html
by El Gaucho
Get the steak tartare! ;)
by Jeroen V.
Try the Diablo Tenderloin (via @Foodspotting)
by Daniel M.
The Ahi Tuna Tartare is simply delicious! And if you're feeling wicked- get the Wicked Shrimp! Great HH on Sunday and Monday 5:00 to close.
by Jack W.
The wicked shrimp is wicked good. And the forbidden sundae? YES. Totally worth $14.
by Charlotte S.
Get half orders of the shareable sides.
by Jesse C.
Sunday HH is the best in e city. Wicked Shrimp is a must.
by Kennedy J.
It's going down took out a loan lol
by Russell W.
I've got a new shot for you called the Johnny Vegas. Half oz Patron, half oz watermelon Pucker shaken poured into a 1oz of Red Bull. Twitter: @jared_kane tell me what you think
by Jared K.
Sunday happy hour 5pm - close.
by Stas G.
Happy Hour Sunday - Monday is All night from 5pm to close! Tuesday – Friday: 5pm – 7pm http://www.elgaucho.com/Menus/EGS-Bar.pdf
by Seattle Happy Hour
Do not get the ribs. I make better ribs. This is not true of the other dishes we've had
by Tom W.
Indulge yourself. Until the cows come home.
by Jerry P.
It is a destination. Incomparable ambiance and great food. I love their Caesar salad and how they do it in front of you and the cheese/fruits/nuts tray to end an amazing dinner. Never disappointed.
by stephane b.
Sweet Jesus order the Oysters Rockefeller!
by Nick S.
I am a Seattle native and this is by far my favorite restaurant. Start with oysters and let the wine captain pick your wine, trust him he knows what's good.
by Meghan D.
Best restaurant in seattle.
by Buddy A.
They prepare the bananas foster right in front of you. It's the choice dessert.
by Josh H.
by Bobby B.
Found Bananas Foster as Yum Yum. Try it and dish on it at http://dishonit.com
Amazing drinks from the bar. Ordered a 82$ steak medium, and got it well. Everything else was delightful though.
by madeleine o.
People are not kidding about the burger. Heavenly. About to try the bread pudding. I may never leave.
by Andy A.
Best bread pudding you'll ever have.
by Angela D.
1/2 price appetizers? $6 specialty cocktails? Sun-M 5pm-11pmTu-Fr 5pm-7pm, they got steak sandwiches, crab cakes, and angus burgers! More info on the HH app! http://happyhours.seattleweekly.com
by SW Street
Go there for happy hour and try their crab cakes! SO good!
Bananas foster is the truth. Ask for it with 1/2 cherries and 1/2 bananas!
by Andru E.
Get the Garlic Bread!
by John B.
They 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."
by SW Street
Mike D is a cheating mayor!
by An N.
yummiiiiiiiiiiii .......... sluurrrrrpppppppzz
by shandye s.
Go during happy hour - bar menu half off. includes what us possibly the best burger in Seattle.
by Ahsanul H.
Seattle’s original El Gaucho was part speak-easy and part Hunt’s breakfast club. That was 1953 and it was run by Jim Ward. By 1985 that era had come to end.
Get the steak sandwich on HH
by Jon F.
Best. Burger. Ever.
by Dan W.
Amazing HH deals!
by Michael E.
In the dimly lit, cabaret-like ambiance, a vodka cocktail can cost up to $22. A porterhouse: $65. More of an expense-account and celebratory-steak-dinner kinda place. Happy hour: Su-M 5-11 & T-F 5-7
by The Seattle Times
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