New! Skillet Counter at Seattle Center



SEATTLE CENTER— Skillet has done it again! First, we were wowed by the street food by Skillet’s Gourmet Food Truck, then Skillet Diner, and now Skillet Counter! Located in the Amory Building at Seattle Center, Skillet Counter provides delicious food prepared with care, technique, and only the best ingredients that Skillet fans have come to expect. The menu offers signature Skillet items and a few new and exciting “counter” additions. Draft beer and keg wine are on tap, accompanied by tasty sweets to round things out.

For the 1962 Worlds Fair, the Armory was reconfigured into the first vertical shopping mall, called the Food Circus. Today the newly renovated indoor-outdoor dining area features a 60-foot-long deck overlooking Fisher Pavilion and the International Fountain.
The Counter was built with locally sourced materials including reclaimed wood from Port Townsend. Custom, one-of-kind details were developed by local carpenters to maintain the unique Skillet feel, while at the same time giving the Counter an identity all its own.


Skillet Counter’s Chocolate Milkshake




Skillet Counter’s “The Burger”

The maple braised Pork Belly & Cornmeal Waffle is still on the menu, as well as “The Burger”, served up with their signature bacon jam. The Fried Chicken Sammy features tender and moist chicken with a crispy fennel seed crust with jalapeno aioli on a potato roll.


Skillet Counter’s unique counter stools

Along with their breakfast, burgers, and greens, they have a special menu for kiddos and a temping dessert menu. “Pie in a Bowl” features bittersweet chocolate pudding, pie crust, sea salt, and coca nibs and their ice cream milkshakes are creamy and decadent, perfect for a warm Seattle afternoon.

Open daily from 8AM – 8PM, Skillet Counter is serving up breakfast, lunch, and dinner items! For the quick, yet delicious gourmet meal when you’re visiting the Seattle Center or the Space Needle, be sure to stop by Skillet Counter.

305 Harrison St. Seattle, 98109(206) 428-6311





































Written by Charles

Charles Koh founded EatSeattle, and has continued to use his expertise as editor-in-chief to guide the website’s growth over the last five years. Koh’s experience focuses on digital marketing and social media, and has been a part of several companies, some of which he created, specializing in both areas over the course of his career. Koh was previously with Google and Zagat where he helped expand and grow communities worldwide.

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