Posts tagged with: small plates

Don’t worry, it’s not on the menu: How to Cook a Wolf. I’ve been intrigued by the name and finally decided to give it a try. I was also up for some Italian fare so the stars were aligned. This...
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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...
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Asian: Bamboo on 2nd. The restaurant scene is expanding on almost every visit to the historically quiet (previously deserted) downtown core. But just like many older cities, millennials are revitalizing them by demanding restaurants, bars and coffee shops and places...
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Last updated on November 10th, 2018 at 11:44 amVery unique space in Ballard: Sawyer. Open since August, the story is that the original space was a sawmill…..looks non descript from the outside. Inside, it is open and modern with floor...
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Last updated on November 10th, 2018 at 01:04 pmNew American Fusion: Kettner Exchange. It’s a bit hard to find…in a nondescript building on a corner, it’s easy to miss. Walk down the outside hallway and you enter a very interesting space…..modern and...
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Last updated on November 17th, 2018 at 09:26 pmA bit of the Basque region of Spain: Piperade. Intimate dining near the Exploratorium on Battery Street. It came highly recommended and the menu looked very interesting so it was a must...
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