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I really enjoyed the food and the experience. The menu has several items that both my wife and I loved (as we rarely agree on food). My steak was fantastic and perfectly cooked. Prices are reasonable and I would compare the food, quality and service to any top tier restaurant in Seattle or Bellevue. I'll definitely be back.

Keth

Renton

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Our History

Established in 1901

The building in which the Melrose Grill resides was established in 1901 and has served as a tavern since the days of the horse and buggy. It also operated as a pool hall, soda shop and card room during prohibition. The current owners have honored the building's historic roots keeping the recently restored, original mirror-backed bar with its rich, dark woods. The walls showcase vintage photos that highlight the transitions this grand building has gone through. With wainscoting on the walls, low-slung lamps and high ceilings the space feels as open as the West was when the Melrose Building was built.

Frequently Asked Questions

Due to our cozy atmosphere we are limited on the number of tables we have in the restaurant. In order to utilize the tables we do have, we feel that it is fair to only seat complete parties.

We have very limited space and are only open for limited hours.
It keeps our wait times down for patrons waiting.
It keeps our front desk quote times accurate.
It helps us to seat later reservations on time.
It helps to give great service and helps the pace of the kitchen to work their magic

Yes, Melrose Grill offers 3-4 nightly specials. Please contact the restaurant for the daily specials.

The Melrose Grill is in a 100 year old building with a small kitchen. Unfortunately, we do not have the kitchen space to produce appetizer items. However, we do offer some side items such as Grilled Prawns, King Crab, and Beef Tenderloin Brochette to satisfy appetizer seekers.

The average check for a full dinner for two is about $75 not including tax and gratuity, and that depends on the beverages ordered with your meal.

Melrose Gill accepts Cash, Visa, MasterCard, American Express and Traveler's Checks.

Parking is available behind the building (on the west side of the building) and across the street in the city parking lot on the corner of Wells and Houser.

Anything goes at Melrose Grill. We welcome you in jeans, a business suit, a tuxedo, shorts or a cocktail dress.

Gift certificates are available for purchase at the restaurant during business hours. You may also purchase gift certificates at the Melrose Grill office, located next door on the south side of the restaurant, between 11-4pm and Monday-Friday. Please call the office at 425-228-4334 to confirm that someone will be present to assist you.

We will also sell gift certificates over the phone and send them by mail the next day to you or the recipient of the gift. Please call during business hours and ask for a manager.

Please submit a donation request on letterhead with the organization's tax ID #. Please note: Even though we'd like to accommodate all requests, we have an existing relationship with local charities and schools and an allotted donation budget for the year so not all requests can be honored.

The Melrose seats 82 total with 10 in the Bar.