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7900 E. Green Lake Way N. Send to Phone

Lunch & Dinner daily
  • Parking available
  • Dress code: Casual

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THIS RESTAURANT IS CLOSED Six Degrees Restaurant Review

: The mood at these bright, rambunctious, over-21-only establishments is a freewheeling mix of British pub and American tavern, but with better food than you’ll find at either. Service perfectly matches the casual milieu. The boldly seasoned food is geared to go with beer---more than a dozen brews are on tap with rotating taps as well. The wine list is brief and unexciting, though moderately priced. Start with meaty portobello strips (dredged in flour, sautéed in olive oil and sprinkled with soy sauce and red wine vinegar) and indulge, if you dare, in a side of thick-cut, crunchy onion rings that arrive at your table on a stick. If you’re tempted by the ten-ounce NY steak, think again! Instead, we recommend any of the rotisserie-cooked meats: chicken glazed with honey and mustard, or the smoky pork chops are good bets. At lunch (especially on lazy Sundays) we like Six Degrees for the big screen televisions and the fish and chips. Of all the homey desserts, we like the cobbler best, although the yellow cake with strawberries looked pretty tempting also.


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