World Flavors, Expertly Prepared

You are invited to savor foods from around the world and specialties of the Pacific Northwest prepared in Seattle Culinary Academy's student-run restaurants and experience the delicacies and desserts that are artfully prepared by our Specialty Desserts & Breads students. As a guest in our restaurants, you are providing our students with a unique opportunity to hone their skills.

One World

With global influences including traditional European, Pan-Asian, Middle Eastern, Latin American, and Pacific Northwest, our One World Restaurant offers seasonally focused dining using local and sustainable ingredients in each of our artfully prepared dishes. You can get a front row seat to watch your meal being prepared by our students in our state-of-the-art European kitchen. One World is connected to our private dining room, the perfect place to host working lunches, meetings or small celebrations for up to 30 people. Advanced reservations are required for parties of six or more.

Sample One World menu (pdf).

Hours
Fall, Winter, & Spring Quarters
Monday (closed)
Tuesday–Friday (11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.)
Interested in dining with a group at One World? Make your reservation by calling 206.934.4330.

Square One

At Square One, you can enjoy a quick and casual meal in the sky-lit Atrium or in our cozy bistro. Dine on fresh market salads, freshly-made pastas, local seafood or try our soups and chowders prepared from house-made stocks. Our WoodStone wood-fired grill cooks up artisanal pizzas. Pasture-raised meats and poultry are grilled and roasted, and are accompanied by organic, local and seasonal produce. Got a sweet tooth? Sip an espresso made with Caffé Vita coffee and enjoy baked goods from our Specialty Desserts and Breads program.

Sample Square One menu (pdf).

Fall, Winter, & Spring Quarters
Monday (closed)
Tuesday–Friday (11:15 a.m.–12:45 p.m.)
For lunch reservations for large groups, please call 206.934.4330.

The Pastry Case at the Buzz

The pastry case at The Buzz is filled with scrumptious treats made by students in our Specialty Desserts and Breads program, and has something new to offer every day. From hand-crafted espresso beverages made with Caffé Vita coffee to sweet croissants, savory sandwiches and fruit-filled tarts, this is the place to be for your morning caffeine fix or an afternoon pick-me-up treat.

Hours
The Buzz:
Monday-Thursday (7:30 a.m.–8:00 p.m.)
Friday (7:30 a.m.–2:30 p.m.)

Pastry Case at The Buzz:
Monday (closed)
Tuesday–Friday (10:00 a.m.–3:30 p.m.)

Small Plates (Summer Quarter Only)

We invite you to come in for lunch and taste an array of small-plates, including delectable sandwiches, farm-fresh salads, delightful canapés, international street foods, entrées, pâtés and melt-in-your-mouth desserts. The menu changes daily, with freshly prepared offerings that feature student-harvested produce from Skagit Valley farms.

Sample Small Plates menu (pdf).

Hours
July 5–August 10, 2017
Tuesday–Thursday (11:15 a.m.–1:00 p.m.)
Monday & Friday (closed)

Private Events

For more information on hosting a private event please email SeattleCulinary@SeattleColleges.edu. Please include as many event particulars as possible in your initial correspondence - such as desired start date, party size, budget and type of occasion. We will respond to your inquiry as quickly as possible.