Hyatt Regency announces waterfront restaurant

The new hotel is set to open in June. The restaurant will seat 236 guests.

  • Tuesday, September 19, 2017 12:59pm
  • Business

Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, a 347-room, 12-story waterfront hotel opening this summer at Seattle’s Southport, announced details about its forthcoming signature restaurant, Water’s Table.

Executive Chef Vincent Savignano, a 20-year culinary veteran who has served with Hyatt Hotels since 2008, will spearhead the new hotel’s dining program, anchored by the 236-seat Water’s Table. Featuring spacious indoor seating, exclusive private dining, and a luxurious terrace with seasonal outdoor dining overlooking Lake Washington, Gene Coulon Park and the Olympic Mountains, the culinary concept is centered upon Asian-inspired Northwest Cuisine.

“Our focus is on comfort food that is meant to be healthy, natural, seasonal and local. By connecting directly with area farmers, ranchers, and fisherman, we can ensure exceptional food raised under optimal standards,” Savignano said in a press release. “We will proudly serve hormone- and antibiotic-free meats and seafoods, as well as organic vegetables. We’re also fortunate to have access to the regional bounty of the Pacific Northwest across all seasons.”

Water’s Table will serve breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, weekday happy hour, and weekend brunch.

The restaurant’s wrap-around bar serves as an oasis all its own. The bar menu will feature both small plates and a selection of shareable items from the restaurant menu. A nod to its Asian influence, the bar will serve Baijiu, a potent Chinese alcoholic beverage made from grain. Four regional wines will be offered on tap, as well as 12 handles for local and regional draught beer. Rounding out the selection are carefully curated wines from the Pacific Northwest and around the globe, craft cocktails, and bottled local brews and ciders. Additionally, traditional Asian tea varieties of Sencha, Darjeeling and Oolong are served alongside herbal teas and custom blends.

Water’s Table will begin taking reservations starting in July. For more information about Hyatt Regency Lake Washington, visit

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