Tom Douglas Restaurants Revenue and Competitors

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Estimated Revenue & Valuation

  • Tom Douglas Restaurants's estimated annual revenue is currently $36.6M per year.(i)
  • Tom Douglas Restaurants's estimated revenue per employee is $192,500

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  • Tom Douglas Restaurants has 190 Employees.(i)
  • Tom Douglas Restaurants grew their employee count by -4% last year.
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Tom Douglas, along with his wife and business partner, Jackie Cross, owns five of Seattle's most exciting restaurants: Dahlia Lounge (nominated for Best Restaurant by the James Beard Association in 2006), Etta's, Palace Kitchen (nominated for Best New Restaurant by the James Beard Association in 1997), Lola, and Serious Pie. In addition, Tom runs a retail bakery, Dahlia Bakery, a catering business, Tom Douglas' Catering and Events, and an event space, Palace Ballroom. All of Tom's restaurants are located in downtown Seattle. Over the course of more than 20 years, Tom has been featured by the media as the Seattle chef who has helped to define the Northwest Style. Tom's creativity with local ingredients and his respect for Seattle's ethnic traditions have helped him win numerous awards and accolades including the James Beard Award for Best Northwest Chef in 1994. Tom's love of food continues to evolve beyond the restaurant scene. He is the author of three cookbooks, Tom Douglas' Seattle Kitchen (Morrow, 2001), which won a James Beard award for Best Americana Cookbook, Tom's Big Dinners (Morrow, 2003), and I Love Crab Cakes (Morrow, 2006). In addition, Tom's specialty food line, which includes Rub with Love spice rubs plus barbecue and teriyaki sauces, is sold nationwide. Tom also hosts his own weekly talk radio show, Tom Douglas' Seattle Kitchen, on 710 KIRO.



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Tom Douglas Restaurants News

2015-01-15 - Tom Douglas Serving Local, Sustainable Startups to Would-be Investors

Share Share on Facebook Share on Twitter LinkedIn Email Reprints Tom Douglas, builder of food empires, is putting his imprimatur on a new Seattle startup event meant to bring together wealthy, connected professionals and entrepreneurs in what organizers bill as “Shark Tank with a soul.” Some 3 ...

2014-11-14 - Celebrity chef Tom Douglas hosting Shark Tank-style forum to find the next great startup

Tom Douglas. If you’ve got a great startup idea in Seattle, Tom Douglas wants to know about it. The famous restauranteur is helping host an event on Jan. 15 called The Lion’s Den, which will mimic ABC’s popular Shark Tank show and feature entrepreneurs pitching to a group of local investors. ...

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