This restaurant was the most interesting I discovered in all of Seattle. Located in Capital Hill in a very unique free standing building you'll fine some of the best modern Mexican food I've ever had (and I'm from Arizona). The fajita bowl was over the top delicious and the creamed corn served along side rice and beans was the best I've ever tasted - my goodness. After dinner - pop next door to The Montana for a Pickle Back (you'll thank me).Review Source:
I wish I could love The Saint, but I have experienced and heard stories from close, trusted friends of being discriminated against and treated as less-than by the white staff here. Â The stories range from being seated at the smallest table possible in the very back of the bar to being ignored for upwards of 15 minutes before receiving any service. Â Overall the The Saint can provide you with a delicious cocktail, which is absolutely necessary to dull the overwhelmingly unwelcoming experience.Review Source:
I have a soft spot in my heart for the Saint. Â Many a tequila flight has led to crazy nights and very, very painful mornings. Â I've seen the Saint wreck, initiate, and rekindle relationships. Â I usually always get the same things (some spin on a margarita, ceviche, and the steak). Â But they have (recently?) added an "Alambre" to their menu that is really good. Â Yay Seattle.