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Fiery food and tableside salad in a historic Seattle building

El Gaucho's new home at Union Stables in downtown Seattle blends rich history with delicious food. #k5evening

El Gaucho in Seattle has a new historic location - Union Stables, two blocks north of Pike Place Market.

Union Stables is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was built in 1910 and was home to three-hundred horses used for pulling streetcars and fire engines. Now, it's one gorgeous steakhouse.

Tableside preparation is a big part of El Gaucho's legacy. They don't just plop their famous Caesar Salad in front of you - they make it right before your eyes. The same for their Flaming Sword Brochette of Tenderloin. Much like its name suggests, a sword stacked with tenderloin cuts is lit aflame before your very eyes - and then prepared tableside to enjoy.

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Flaming steak on a sword, served tableside!

To finish off your fiery meal, the Bananas Foster Flambe is also prepared tableside, served with caramel and vanilla ice cream.

El Gaucho is open Tuesday-Saturday for dinner.

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