The Maple Leaf Grill has been a neighborhood favorite since it opened its doors in the charming Maple Leaf area of Seattle in 1989. In 1999, the Grill relocated up the street to the light grey house that sits on the corner of 90th and Roosevelt Way NE. The house was built in the 1920's and is on the highest point in north Seattle, with views of Mount Rainier and the Olympic mountains. In January 2004, Pat Paull, a graduate of the Culinary Institute of America, bought the Maple Leaf Grill becoming the executive chef/owner. Pat Paull promised the loyal neighborhood that he would "bring the Grill back," which is what he's done.
Upon entering the Maple Leaf Grill, you are greeted by our friendly staff in a comfortable, unpretentious environment. Whether on a first date or dining with family and friends, the Maple Leaf can accommodate all (though we recommend reservations for parties of 6 or more), with seating in our cozy dining room or outside on our seasonal patio over looking the herb garden. Guests also have the option of catching a game at the horseshoe shaped bar while keeping warm by the fire.