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Need restaurant suggestion in Seattle suitable for team dinner

sun starved Gayle

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We will be in Seattle for a rowing event for our daughter in November and staying in the U district. I'm looking for some kind of a venue for a team dinner. Ideally it would have a separate room we could reserve, but that is not crucial. Places where you pay one price and go through some kind of buffet line would be good, no fuss about bills and seperate checks, everyone is able to eat around the same time.

Not looking for gourmet here. Just reasonably priced that could accomodate 30 or so people. We have eaten at some pasta and salad buffet place down by South Center that fit the bill nicely (can't remember the name) when we were staying near there for a our older daughter's volleyball, but that is too far.

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Just remembered name of pasta buffet, it was called Zoopas, no location close to U District though.
 
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We were recently in Seattle for a soccer tournament....our team went to a Claim Jumper; the really went out of their way to make us welcome and it worked out great!!
 

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We will be in Seattle for a rowing event for our daughter in November and staying in the U district. I'm looking for some kind of a venue for a team dinner. Ideally it would have a separate room we could reserve, but that is not crucial. Places where you pay one price and go through some kind of buffet line would be good, no fuss about bills and seperate checks, everyone is able to eat around the same time.

Not looking for gourmet here. Just reasonably priced that could accomodate 30 or so people. We have eaten at some pasta and salad buffet place down by South Center that fit the bill nicely (can't remember the name) when we were staying near there for a our older daughter's volleyball, but that is too far.

TIA
Gayle

Just remembered name of pasta buffet, it was called Zoopas, no location close to U District though.

We love Wild Ginger (pacific rim fusion cuisine), and Ivars acres of clams on the pier (the steamers in Marssala wine with sausage are amazing). If you are 30 I would call ahead. I think Ivars has several dining rooms.
 
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