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posted on October 20, 2017
Passatempo
review by Patrick J. Comiskey

Walla Walla’s Passatempo Taverna revives a Main Street mainstay, the Pastime Café. For three generations the Fazzari family ran a classic Italian eatery here, with a menu of ravioli, spaghetti with meatballs, steaks, plus fried chicken on Sundays. After ...Read the full review

posted on May 27, 2015
Damn the Weather
review by Allison Scheff

Seattle’s Pioneer Square neighborhood is undergoing a renaissance headlined, in large part, by Damn the Weather, Bryn Lumsden’s new bar/restaurant. Before opening this pared-down, industry-friendly space, Lumsden managed Belltown’s Rob Roy. Now Lumsden works alongside a handful of bartending all-stars, including former Sambar tender, Jay ...Read the full review

posted on December 2, 2014
Trove
review by Allison Scheff

Seattleites stalked the opening of Trove for months. This is the latest project from local stars Rachel Yang and Seif Chirchi, the two best known for the Korean-inspired food they put out at Revel and Joule. At Trove, they’ve packed in three distinct restaurants under one renovated-auto-shop roof: ...Read the full review

posted on May 15, 2014
The London Plane
review by Allison Scheff

At Matt Dillon’s London Plane, you’ll find fine Spanish ham, house pickles and mozzarella di bufala with flaked sea salt on offer (seek out anything with the restaurant’s bread, a naturally leavened sour loaf with a crackly, deeply browned crust). But you’ve come to this ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Canlis
review by Allison Austin Sheff

We could’ve started and ended this list with one place: Canlis. The setting is stunning, a modernist Roland Terry masterpiece built in 1950 that leans out and over a cliff to better the views of Lake Union below. And the kitchen is headed by chef Jason Franey, who joined ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Sitka & Spruce and Bar Ferd’nand
review by Allison Austin Sheff

Chef Matt Dillon has been busy, having opened two restaurants this year: Bar Sajor and London Plane, both in Pioneer Square and both well worth your time for their alluring wine lists and their airy interiors. But forced to choose between the new spots and Dillon’s flagship, Sitka  ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Bottlehouse
review by Allison Austin Sheff

Tucked into the leafy Madrona neighborhood, Henri and Soni Schock’s craftsman house turned wine bar and shop is the coziest spot in town for sipping wine. In clement weather, the patio at Bottlehouse, with its fig trees, flowering vines, strings of white lights (and, thankfully, heat lamps) is ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Purple
review by Allison Austin Sheff

Looking for a place to take a date who’s not entirely sold on your wine habit, yet where you can still drink well and interestingly? Head to Purple, Seattle’s homegrown wine bar mini-chain. There’s plenty of wine geek catnip on the list (Jérôme Pr ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Spinasse
review by Allison Austin Sheff

Behind lace curtains, in a candlelit room suited to soul-satisfying meals, where the pasta is hand-cut as you watch from your bar stool, and where conversations fill the space with the warmth of a Piedmontese trattoria, you’ll find one of Seattle’s best Italian wine lists. There may ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Monsoon
review by Allison Austin Sheff

For German and Austrian wines, head to Monsoon, Eric and Sophie Banh’s modern Vietnamese restaurant, famed for luxe oxtail pho and caramelized Idaho catfish in warm coconut sauce. Their seasonally aware menu offers unexpected pleasures, such as tamarind soup with sweet prawns and pineapple, or halibut cheeks with ...Read the full review

posted on January 13, 2014
Westward
review by Allison Austin Sheff

At Westward, North Lake Union’s new Mediterranean seafood house, just below the oyster-perfect Chablis is a briny Greek blend of assyrtiko and athiri from Sigalas winery on Santorini, which goes swimmingly with the branzino that chef Zoi Antonitsas pulls from her wood-fired oven. Antonitsas works with sommelier Antony ...Read the full review

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