No not for very young kids. I would say 10 and up would be fine.
I was only there the one time and I there were kids in the restaurant. I didn't see anything that would be a reason not to bring kids. We were there very early though. late afternoon...3-4pm.
The restaurant is very nice and more on the pricey side. I would agree that it is more for older children, but they do accept younger children. There was a couple with a young toddler.
As far as wearing jeans, I think in Seattle you can wear whatever you want and no one will judge. However, if you wanted to dress up this is a restaurant to do that.
It looked like it should be, though we did not watch the trapeze show. I think that is burlesque so might depend on the age of the kids. I think it would be great for lunch or even early dinner.
For lunch yes (if they serve lunch) but not for dinner! A little too burlesque!
I think it would be fine to bring children!
There were many children there when we were there is was in the late afternoon!
My sis amd I were there on a Thursday afternoon. When we walked in, there was a large table of men, women. and children celebrating a Grandfather's birthday. Time of reservation was 2pm.
I think my answer would be the same as most others...we took our teen boy there during the day and he enjoyed the food. I'm not sure we would have taken him there in the evening for the Burlesque show though. It is fairly expensive and I'm not sure that they offer a kids menu BUT if your kids enjoy good food I would see no reason to not take them during the day. Maybe they could share a plate of food.My son enjoyed the pizza but it's not Pizza Hut Pizza it is "foodie" pizza with artisan ingredients.
Honestly, I don't think I would take kids there unless they are teens.
We ate there in July, out on the patio. There was no burlesque that night. Kids would do fine. But the food is really Five Star. So your kids had better be "foodies."
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