Posts tagged with: charcuterie

Wine, food and art gallery: Amelia Wynn tasting room This is a nice go to place when you have a bit of time waiting to take the next ferry back to Seattle. The space is small and can be crowded on weekends. That said, the lady who runs the tasting room is very friendly and......
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Last updated on November 10th, 2018 at 01:55 pmBakery, espresso and charcuterie: C Squared. Interestingly, this and the companion Third Street Cafe are part of the Skagit Valley Food Co-op. They are located in the same building. It’s just a walk down the the hall from the restaurant to the espresso stand, bakery and meat......
Last updated on April 7th, 2019 at 04:23 pmA different dinner for 30: Lark. Unique experience at this well known establishment on Capitol Hill. What was unique?…..our choices, although pre determined, were drawn from the current menu…..so, this experience was like a tasting menu of the many offerings. While I usually don’t like to make......
Last updated on April 7th, 2019 at 04:24 pmAn homage to all things meat: The Shambles. New spot in the Maple Leaf area that opened about a week ago. Sounded like an interesting place to experience house made sausage and charcuterie. The food is about small plates…..think small to medium/large plates….with a focus on beer as the......
Last updated on February 13th, 2019 at 09:10 amDrinks with friends: Royal Boucherie. Hot spot near the Delaware River in the old city….brought to you by a top chef. The space is open and if the bar downstairs is packed then mosey along upstairs to the second bar….a large space which was much less busy......
Last updated on December 27th, 2018 at 09:37 pmAnother wine tasting opportunity: Silvara. The wines are good…..and in some case quite good….but the venue is very hard to beat. The fruit is mostly from the Columbia Valley AVA with a wide range of whites and reds offered. There are only a handful of really outstanding......