LloydMartin is a 21+ Establishment

Reservations

To reserve a table at LloydMartin, please use the OpenTable Button.  Saturday space can be very limited up to two weeks out. If you must cancel, please call by 3pm on the day before your reservation date or as soon as possible. 

Credit cards are required to hold a reservation. There is a $15/person charge of 'no shows' and incomplete parties without 24 hour notice. 

The Bar

For our walk-in guests we offer our full menu at the bar. Our 12 seat bar top is also available for reservations with the same requirements (credit card, etc..)

Please Note

When making a reservation, please be on time. If you happen to run late, please call, and we'll do our best to hold your table. We do not seat incomplete parties. Incomplete parties or those more than fifteen minutes late may forfeit their reservation.

Please call to cancel before 24 hours to avoid a $25 charge per person.

 
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LloydMartin’s namesake comes from owner Chef Sam Crannell’s grandfathers Lloyd and Martin. Sam Crannell’s vision of opening up a restaurant comes to fruition with his restaurant on top of Queen Anne hill. The restaurant has already turned heads within the community and notable food critics. Sam Crannell’s experience in cookery of all trades spans 10+ years. He is an innovator and creator. Crannell utilizes his own culinary inspirations and shares them to diners under the roof of LloydMartin. Chef Sam’s reason behind his restaurant opening is to curate ideas and have “free range” to cook on his own ideals.

The menu rotation model is spur of the moment. What is consistent is the fresh and ready availability that comes with only using ingredients in season. While fall months will be more consistent, the spring and summer months bear a rainbow of produce varieties that allow for more additions to the menu. Chef Sam notes that while there are root cooking techniques, the style of “New” or “Modern American” entails utilizing global products. That way there is no limitation on creation.

“Our restaurant has a pulse.” –Chef Sam Crannell

The Queen Anne neighborhood restaurant is a welcoming place to dine, have a drink and explore different tastes. With a rotating cuisine that utilizes seasonal food, the menu is always fresh with new surprises. To pair with this fine cuisine, sip a refreshing cocktail or browse their noteworthy wine list.