Tulio in Seattle, booking with OpenTable

by Travis Ketchum · 1 comment

This past Friday I was fortunate enough to go to Tulio in downtown Seattle for dinner and I can’t stop talking about how amazing it is to all of my friends. If you live in the Seattle area and are looking for a very nice meal, atmosphere and service this place is certainly a solid choice. I personally had their rib-eye with some red wine and their 9-pound porter.

If you are looking to take a nice date out, have a special occasion you want to celebrate or just enjoy top notch service and amazing food then you should definitely check out Tulio! One of the cooler things though (for the nerds like me) was booking our reservation with OpenTable. This is available both through a website and an App that lets you go back and edit your reservation if you need. It allows you to select how many people are in your party and pick time frames available which is great! Often times I have found phone reservations to be spotty, difficult to get through or a general lack of consistency in phone based customer service for reservations. Based on the service in Tulio I am sure it would have been great but being able to just use an app and get it booked early in the morning is great!

Information:

1100 5th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 624-5500

http://www.tulio.com

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Amy November 15, 2010 at 10:11 PM

So… I went to go check this out… and there are no restaurants listed in Coeur D’Alene. Strangely enough “Ketchum” is listed. Is this your doing? 😉

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