Since dining here two years ago, The Georgian has limited its meal offerings to breakfast and lunch; a probable reflection of the change in the dining habits of Seattleites (and I suspect most of the rest of the country as well).
People no longer seem to want an elegant dining experience in this city on the go, one complete with linen tablecloths and leisurely paced service. I entitled the review 'sigh' because it seems this 'grand old dame' is slowly being put out to pasture.
This may be harsh (and I hope unwarranted), but that's my impression. Even mid-day for lunch there were not many people eating there.
The food, while adequate, did not seem up to its previous delicious offerings. One of us has a soy allergy and it proved problematic to get a meal without soy in it (even their signature Caesar salad had soybean oil in the dressing).
We have eaten at The Georgian in the past for both lunch and dinner and I miss what it used to be. If you go, I hope you have a better experience than we did.