Lowell's Restaurant Seattle

Legendary Bluesman “HoneyMan Scat King Cruthers” takes a break from Lowell’s!

The elusive “Honeyman” typically found hiding away in the recesses of Lowell’s many nooks and crannies, writing tunes that no one will hear, gets snapped by local paparazzi outside Lina’s Produce, directly in front of Lowell’s! Wow, like Waldo, hard to find, but worth the effort when the bottleneck slides the frets!

Bebop-A Doo Dah, Swing Itchy, Swing!

Bebop-A Doo Dah, Swing Itchy, Swing!

Festivus @ Pike Place Market!

Lights, cameras, action! Electrical meters are humming like ceiling fans as the market lights up for the holidays! Swing by, grab some prezzie’s for the family and hide out in Lowell’s 2nd floor bar/lounge for a hot toddy spiked with your favorite holiday spirits!

Ho Ho Ho

Ho Ho Ho

Crowds in Pike Place? Hide away on one of our top floors with a hand-crafted cocktail and some fresh Pacific Northwest vittles! (Thats for you Mr. & Mrs. Poncier!))

photos-20Three floors of nooks & crannies to hide from the log jams of people, hordes of tantrumsĀ of all ages and just relax like a rock star. (Ron) So if you can find our street level entrance, come in and let us take great care of you as the summer winds down a bit, and the anxiety of pushing and shoving through the streets is far, far away!



~your friends at Lowell’s


Employee of the Month: Ron Stone!

Ron StoneRon has been pearl diving for Lowell’s since God was a baby, and his wrinkled fingers are proof. Back when Ron began we took the time and patience to teach him the intricacies of the art, and after several years Ron was keeping up with the best of them; almost. Ron is a legend in dish washing circles, working tirelessly to “scrape the bottoms” and “de-mess the excess”.

Ron’s abilities far surpass those of the lower primates, even though he never evolved opposable thumbs. When Ron gets through with a day’s work, several days later, we know we’ve helped him achieve one of his lifelong goals: getting out of bed by mid day and putting in a half day’s work.

Thanks Ron, never surrender!