Loulay

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600 Union St.
Seattle, WA
206.402.4588

Loulay is the latest endeavor of chef Thierry Rautureau (Rover’s, Luc)—it’s an impressive space (soaring ceilings, open loft seating, a chandelier), but features an accessible menu inspired partially by Rautureau’s childhood memories of French cuisine. The food—from a proper French onion soup to an unbelievably good burger with bacon-shallot jam—has broad appeal.

Neighborhood: 
Downtown
Hours: 
11 a.m.-11 p.m. daily
Features: 
Reservations Accepted
Full Bar
Wheelchair Accessible
Cuisine Type:
French
Price:
$20-29
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Loulay is a curious spot—although at first it might be hard to understand why. Chef Thierry Rautureau’s third restaurant is an energetic, glitzy, big place, with soaring ceilings, open loft seating... more »