Neighbors have been wondering about the operating status of Leschi’s resident Thai restaurant, Sabai, reporting that it closed suddenly in mid-February. A little digging did not unearth much new information about the restaurant, as its website has been deactivated and its listed phone number rings through to neighboring BluWater Bistro. Its prime waterfront location and positive diner reviews have us hoping it will reopen. Leave us a comment if you have any information about its closing or possible reopening.
Sol Yoga is new yoga studio that opened in the Leschi neighborhood! Sol Yoga specializes in Power Vinyasa and Yoga/Cross Training hybrid class! The studio maintains a 90 degree climate and they provide: towels, water, and free parking!
If you would like to try out Sol Yoga, your first class is FREE!
Sol Yoga is located on the shores of Lake Washington, next to to Leschi marina.
200 Lake Washington Blvd Suite 101Seattle, WA 98122
Daniel’s Broiler is looking to expand beyond their three restaurants. The original Daniel’s Broiler was first opened in Leschi in 1980 by the late Daniel Sandal and later was expanded to both Bellevue and Lake Union. According to the Puget Sound Business Journal article, the new location is not known yet or at least the current owners, Schwartz Brother Restaurants, are not telling but any new Daniel’s Broiler will have their famous “world-class views.”
The Leschi Art Walk, sponsored by the Leschi Community Council, is this coming Saturday, June 9th, from 11 AM to 4 PM in front of the businesses along the lake near where Lake Washington Blvd and Lakeside Avenue meet.
At last count there were 47 artists and 3 bands plus face painting, table of children’s art, and the Leschi Community Council information table.
The Leschi Community Council table will have a copy of the out of print Leschi Diary (history of Leschi) for folks to look through plus a rare copy for sale. The LLC will also have copies of the Leschi News, information on Seattle Music Partners (Leschi School after school music tutoring), and photos of the parks Leschi Community Council has renovated or created.
Join our Leschi neighbors for the art walk this weekend.
CORRECTION: The title originally said “this” Saturday, but the event is NEXT Saturday, June 9th. Sorry for any confusion.
Daniel Sandal, Seattle restauranteur, passed away recently at the age of 71. Sandal started in the food industry at his grandfather’s butcher shop in the Pike Place Market and later sold meat to some of Seattle’s most famous restaurants including The Space Needle, Trader Vic’s, Canlis, and even Dick’s. Sandal went on to start some famous Seattle restaurants himself including Benjamin’s as well as Daniel’s Broiler Prime Steak and Chops in Leschi in 1980.
Click the link to read more about Daniel Sandal’s life and accomplishments on Seattle Weekly.
Daniel’s Broiler Prime Steaks & Chops is well known as one Seattle’s premier steak restaurants. Probably the best known is Daniel’s on Lake Union or even in Bellevue, but the original is Daniel’s in Leschi. Just minutes from Madrona, located at the Leschi Marina is a world-class steakhouse with a great happy hour seven days a week (4 PM to 6:30 PM) and on Sunday is the Prime Wine Night with all bottles of wine under $100 are half off. Madrona has great wine at Wilridge on 34th and Union, but if you feel like enjoying your glass of wine with a nice steak head down to Daniel’s Broiler in Leschi on Sunday nights.