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  • Chef Jason Wilson Announces Bellevue Restaurant 11.19.15

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    CHEF JASON WILSON ANNOUNCES BELLEVUE RESTAURANT OPENING

    New Restaurant & Bar in Lincoln Square Expansion & W Bellevue Slated for 2017

    Bellevue, WA—Chef Jason Wilson today announced an agreement with Kemper Development Company and Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. to open a restaurant in the upcoming Lincoln Square expansion and forthcoming hotel, W Bellevue. The James Beard Award-winning chef, who earned national acclaim for his first restaurant, Crush, also owns Seattle’s wood-fired steakhouse, Miller’s Guild, a consultancy business, and is executive chef of Coffee Flour. Adding to his culinary repertoire, the Bellevue restaurant, yet to be named, is slated to open in summer 2017.

    The restaurant will evoke a modern take on the spirit of the Pacific Northwest farmhouse, from design to menu. Balanced and refined, the produce-driven menu will be dictated by the seasonal, local bounty of the region, reinterpreted by Chef Jason Wilson in his signature style of simple, clean and fresh cooking.

    The overall project’s contemporary Northwest concept and design also takes form in a vibrant, destination cocktail bar in W Bellevue. Speakeasy meets sophisticated playhouse, the bar will feature craft cocktails and a cocktail-driven food menu with exclusive lounge areas – the backdrop for a vibrant music and arts scene.

    Creating a concept and menu from a sense of place, Seattle-based design and architecture firm, Graham Baba, will work with Chef Jason Wilson to capture a space reminiscent of a Pacific Northwest farmhouse, with a modern approach and sensibility. The restaurant and bar will complement the hotel’s cutting-edge design. Chef Jason Wilson will work with Public Library on the restaurant’s branding.

    The restaurant will be part of Kemper Development Company’s Bellevue Collection, which draws regional residents and visitors, alike.

    “We’re thrilled to partner with Chef Jason Wilson on our upcoming expansion of Lincoln Square. He brings a culinary prowess and affinity for unique, local, forward-thinking cuisine to another level for The Bellevue Collection,” said Howard McQuaid, Vice President Leasing and Development, Kemper Development Company.

    The restaurant will reside on the second floor of W Bellevue and the bar on street level, located on Bellevue Way between NE 4th and NE 8th Streets. The restaurant will be open throughout the day and provide food and beverage service for the hotel’s 245 modern guestrooms, including 25 suites and an Extreme Wow Suite® (the W brand’s reinterpretation of the traditional Presidential Suite), as well as the 231 luxury rental residences.

    About Chef Jason Wilson
    Chef Jason Wilson is a James Beard Award-winning chef and one of Food & Wine magazine’s Best New Chefs. In addition to his new Bellevue restaurant slated for opening in 2017, Chef Jason Wilson is partner and executive chef of Miller’s Guild restaurant and Chef Jason Wilson Catering, executive chef of Coffee Flour, and runs his own culinary consultancy business. His first restaurant, critically acclaimed CRUSH, received local and national awards and positioned Chef Jason Wilson as a leader in Northwest cuisine with innovative techniques. Visit ChefJasonWilson.com and follow @ChefJasonWilson on Instagram.

    About The Bellevue Collection/Kemper Development Company
    Located in the heart of Bellevue, Washington, The Bellevue Collection, owned by Kemper Development Company, includes Bellevue Square, a super-regional upscale shopping center, Bellevue Place, a mixed-use property featuring the Hyatt Regency Bellevue and small boutiques and Lincoln Square, anchored by the Lincoln Square Cinemark theaters, restaurants, home furnishing stores and The Westin Bellevue hotel. With a distinctive collection of 250 of the finest shops, 30 sit-down restaurants, a 16-screen premier cinema, 1,100 luxury hotel rooms and 10,000 free retail parking spaces, all in one location, The Bellevue Collection is a shopping, dining and nightlife and entertainment experience unlike any other in the region. It is located on Bellevue Way between NE 4th and NE 10th Streets in downtown Bellevue, just across Lake Washington from Seattle. For more information on the Lincoln Square Expansion, visit the Lincoln Square Expansion site.

    About W Hotels Worldwide
    W Hotels is a contemporary, design-led lifestyle brand and the industry innovator with 47 hotels and retreats, including 17 W-branded residences, in the most vibrant cities and exotic destinations around the world. Inspiring, iconic, innovative and influential, W Hotels provides the ultimate in insider access, offering a unique mix of cutting-edge design and passions around fashion, music and entertainment. With more than 15 years of proven success, W Hotels is on track to reach more than 60 hotels by 2018. W Hotels have been announced for Shanghai, Tel Aviv, Abu Dhabi, Dubai, Amman, Jakarta, Panama, Muscat, Suzhou, Changsha, Chengdu, New Delhi, Kuala Lumpur, Shenyang, Marrakech and Brisbane, while upcoming W Retreats include Goa, Phuket, Hainan Island and Mexico’s Riviera Maya. For more information, visit whotels.com or follow Twitter, Instagram and Facebook.

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  • Acclaimed Crush Restaurant to Close August 28 08.17.15

    Chef Jason Wilson Continues Culinary Innovation; Restaurant Space Becomes Culinary Test Lab


    With over a decade of award-winning culinary and service recognition, Chef Jason Wilson along with wife and business partner Nicole Wilson announce the closure of CRUSH in Seattle’s Madison Valley. The move paves the way for Chef Wilson to pursue new restaurants, culinary projects and consultancy work. The 1903 Tudor home that houses CRUSH will transition from a fine dining restaurant to a culinary test lab for Coffee Flour, of which Chef Wilson is executive chef. Diners are invited to celebrate a restaurant legacy through the last night of CRUSH service on Aug. 28.

    For 10 and a half years, the restaurant and Chef Wilson generated local and national awards, including Chef Wilson being honored as a Food & Wine “Best New Chef” and receiving the highly coveted James Beard Foundation Award “Best Chef Northwest.” Chef Wilson’s approach to Modern American Cuisine has helped put Seattle in the national culinary spotlight and his innovative techniques constantly push the culinary envelope.

    The evolution of CRUSH propelled Chef Wilson’s career to many other projects outside the restaurant, including the opening of his second restaurant, Miller’s Guild, and the success of Chef Jason Wilson Catering. Chef Wilson also serves as executive chef for Coffee Flour, a product created through a pioneering process that converts the surrounding fruit of the coffee bean into a nutrient-dense new super-ingredient. The innovation that has been a hallmark of his culinary career will continue with the announcement of a new restaurant in 2015 as well as his chef consultancy business, which has included such companies as Google, Seattle Chocolates, SousVide Supreme, Vitamix, and Alaska Marine Stewardship Council, among others.

    “Nicole and I, along with our staff and guests, are celebrating a restaurant that has been our heart and soul for over a decade. We’re humbled by the recognition over the years and are fortunate to have the support of the dining public through thick and thin. We are thrilled to end the CRUSH phase of our careers on a beautiful high note and to expand with the Coffee Flour Lab and other exciting projects to come,” said Chef Wilson.

    CRUSH will continue to offer a daily a la carte menu and tasting menu that pays respect to the seasons as well as signature items including Beef Short Ribs, Seared Foie Gras, Bacon n’ Eggs, Octopus A La Plancha and more. Guests are encouraged to make reservations before final service on Aug. 28.

    CRUSH is open Wednesday-Sunday, 5:30-10 pm. The restaurant is located at 2319 East Madison Street, Seattle. For reservations, visit chefjasonwilson.com or call 206.30.CRUSH (27874).

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  • Bite of Seattle Returns this Weekend – What to Check Out! Jul. 18-20! 07.18.14



    This coming weekend, today through July 20, the community-gathering, food frenzy, Bite of Seattle returns and it promises to be better than ever!

    First and foremost come big changes at the traffic-driving Alley! For the first year ever, The Alley will be hosted by Chef Jason Wilson:
    Where: Alki Courtyard
    When: 11 a.m. – 7 p.m., Friday-Sunday
    What: Multi-course meals prepared by Seattle’s best restaurants (Menu changes daily)
    Price: $10 admission
    Beneficiary: Food Lifeline

    That’s right, the award-winning Miller’s Guild and Crush chef/owner Jason Wilson will be hitting the grill and coordinating his restaurant friends for delicious bites to benefit Food Lifeline as the new host of The Alley (read more in The Seattle Times)!, The Alley will take place this weekend (Friday-Sunday) from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. at Alki Courtyard (North side of Key Arena). For only $10, you are guaranteed a multi-course meal consisting of top-notch bites from a selection of the area’s finest restaurants as well as the city’s up and comers, including Ravish, Skillet Diner, Salty’s, Pinkabella Cupcakes, Manhattan, and more!

    The menu changes every day, but as host of the event, Chef Jason Wilson will serve up his savory Niman Ranch Beef Brisket with Washington blueberry corn mojo every day.

    All of the proceeds from The Alley will benefit Food Lifeline, a local hunger relief organization that directly feeds hungry people of Western Washington. For every $1 donated, Food Lifeline can provide a full day of food to one individual. There will also be more opportunities to donate to Food Lifeline at The Alley.

    Other events not to be missed include The Bite Cooks! with Chef Thierry Rautureau!

    The Bite Cooks!
    Where: Rooftop of Fisher Pavilion, just south of the International Fountain at Seattle Center
    When:
    Friday: Meeru Dhalwala of Shanik, 1:00 p.m. to 2:00 p.m.
    Saturday: Kristofer Kalinczok of Fonté Café, 4:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    Sunday: Sam Crannell of LloydMartin, 3:00 p.m. to 4:00 p.m.
    What: Live cooking entertainment showcases and recipe handouts.
    Price: Free admission

    Watch some of our favorite chefs perform in cooking demonstrations and live cook offs this weekend! This year, The Bite Cooks! is at a brand new location outdoors on the Fisher Pavilion rooftop. Come by the event for FREE to enjoy cooking demonstrations and programming segments prepared by Seattle’s finest chefs. Meeru Dhalwala of Shanik. Kristofer Kalinczok of Fonte Café, and Sam Crannell of LloydMartin are all making appearances this weekend and are ready to whip up their best dishes and tease your senses! Not to worry, they’ll be handing out recipes so you can recreate your favorite dishes at home!

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  • Treat Dad to Something Special on Father’s Day! 06.09.14

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    Father’s Day is less then a week away! We think dads should enjoy their day in the sun just as much as moms on Mother’s Day, so we’ve assembled a list of bourbon-heavy, male-loving, and dad-approved menus designed especially for him! Instead of making dad sweat in front of the grill cooking his own dinner, take him out and show him just how special he is.

    Fonte Café Pours Bourbon for Dads

    Fonté Café is known for their delicious coffee roasts, but this Father’s Day they are bringing out the bourbon for their special food and cocktail menus. On a day when dads are often asked to grill their own dinner, Fonté Café invites them in for Belgium Buttermilk Waffles with bourbon, bacon and butter; Roasted Duck with Maple-Bourbon gravy, breakfast potatoes and a sunny up egg; and Bourbon Pecan Sticky Buns. Dads can enhance their bourbon filled day with two drink specials created just for them: Seelbach with bourbon, bitters, Cointreau and topped with champagne; and Fonté Manhattan with 2 Bar Bourbon, byrrh and Scrappy’s Orange Bitters.

    Fonté Café is located at 1321 First Avenue, Seattle. Reservations at cafefonte.com or 206.777.6193.

    Memorable Father’s Day at Crush

    As a father himself, Chef Jason Wilson appreciates dads that go the extra mile for their kids, that’s why he’s inviting all dads for a special Father’s Day menu of appreciation at Crush. The six-course menu starts with Scotch Oyster, wagyu steak tartar, maiitake, and dashi broth; Chile Mole, chickpeas, charred onions, octopus, and blood sausage; Corn Smut, pork belly, mustard greens, and grapes; Applewood Mushrooms, wild salmon, apple, fennel, peas, and crab; Tellicherry Thyme, potatoes, horseradish, short rib, broccoli, and beets; and Caramel Bone Marrow, chocolate, cherries, and salt.

    The six-course menu is $75 per person. Reservations can be made for Sunday, June 15 starting at 5:30 p.m. online at chefjasonwilson.com or by calling 206.324.4549. Crush is located at 2319 East Madison Street, Seattle.

    Three-Course Father’s Day at Tilth

    Maria Hines’ first restaurant is no stranger to special occasion dining and this Father’s Day is no exception. Dads and families are invited to a three-course brunch on the Tilth garden patio or in the craftsman-style dining room. Three selections under each course offers ample options for diners, including an Apricot Scone with pecans, apricot jam, and honey comb; Grits and Eggs with Anson Mills Grits, braised greens and tomato; and Stuffed French Toast with cherry, tarragon and mascarpone. Full menu online.

    The three-course prix-fixe menu is $30; mimosa or bloody mary with coffee for an additional $10. Reservations are recommended by calling 206.633.0801 or online at tilthrestaurant.com. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

    Golden Beetle Tempts Dads with Three-Course Menu

    Dads can celebrate their special day with bacon, eggs, and craft cocktails at Ballard’s Golden Beetle. The specially designed three-course menu features such dishes as Spicy Skagit River Ranch Bacon Hash with potatoes, Mama Lil’s Pepper, and Béchamel; Eggs Morney with swiss cheese, ham and poached eggs; and Shortbread Cookie Napolean with cinnamon, sour cherry and ricotta. Full menu online.

    The three-course menu is $25 per person. Reservations can be made online at golden-beetle.com or 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle. Complimentary parking in lot behind the restaurant.

    Sun-Drenched Cuisine at Agrodolce

    Seattle’s weather can be a bit dicey, but dads are sure to feel the Mediterranean while dining on sun-drenched Southern Italian and Sicilian fare at Agrodolce. The three-course menu offers an array of options including Savory Gougeres with provolone picante, green garlic aioli and chive; Steak and Eggs with asparagus and over easy eggs; Old Fashioned Waffle with bitters Chantilly, bourbon syrup and cherry; and Bomboloni with pastry cream, rhubarb and caramel. The full menu can be viewed online.

    Price is $25 for the three-course menu. Call 206.547.9707 for reservations or make online at agrodolcerestaurant.net. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N 35th Street, Seattle.

    Maria Hines Restaurants Celebrates National Bourbon Day

    Just in time for Father’s Day comes National Bourbon Day (June 14)! All of Maria Hines Restaurants will be offering a bourbon special and extending it through the weekend just for dads.

     Agrodolce: Bourbon Smash with Campari and soda offered June 13-15.

    Golden Beetle: Rainier Cherry and Bourbon Punch as well as a Bourbon Flight featuring bourbons from Woodinville. Both offered June 13-15.

    Tilth: Bourbon Fizz offered June 11-15.

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  • Restaurant Patios that Shine this Summer 06.06.14

    The sun is shining and warm Seattle weather is here! Time to grab your sun dress, shorts and sunglasses and enjoy summer weather on the patios of some of the city’s best restaurants! Discover beautifully designed outdoor spaces while indulging in delicious cuisine at Shanik, Cafe Flora, Miller’s Guild, Crush, Fonte Cafe, Tilth, Agrodolce, and Golden Beetle!

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    An Outdoor Indian Oasis at Shanik
    Indulge in Shanik’s modern and creative Indian cuisine on their new patio this summer. Take a break from the daily bustle of South Lake Union as you dive your taste buds into Meeru Dhalwala’s menu and relax in the sun or evening warmth on the patio. Start with the Tangy and Spicy Fruit Salad with spinach, potato and brown rice “tikkis,” move onto the popular Vegetable Koftes in Creamy Tomato Curry and finish with Rice Pudding with almonds. Alongside the meal, indulge in the Bollywood 411 with prosecco, pomegranate, and mango, and the Manali Mule with Amrut rum, lime, Boker’s, and ginger beer.

    The patio is open for lunch and dinner service. Reserve online or call 206.486.6884. Shanik is located at 500 Terry Avenue North, Seattle

     

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    Cafe Flora’s Great Escape
    Looking for an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city? Treat yourself to a local, organic meal in Cafe Flora’s intimate garden patio tucked behind the restaurant. Enjoy the charms of Cafe Flora’s garden surrounded by beds of freshly grown vegetables, herbs, flowers, and vines. Start your meal with Grilled Flat Bread with asparagus, broccoli, lemon zest, thyme, ricotta & parmeasan; Beet Gnocchi with sautéed gnocchi, basil pesto, and walnut chevre; and Tieton Farm Cheese Board with fig wrapped chevre, rhubarb-knotweed compote, and croccantini. Pair your starters with a seasonal cocktail, local beer, wine or cider as you enjoy the patio’s ambiance.

     

    The patio is open for weekend brunch, weekday breakfast, lunch and dinner and is available for private events. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 East Madison Street, Seattle. Call 206.325.9100 to make a reservation for six or more guests. Cafe Flora welcomes walk-ins for parties less than six.

     

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    Miller’s Guild’s New Addition!
    Opening on Monday, Miller’s Guild will welcome you to their brand new 20 seat patio for the summer. Step back from the fast pace of downtown Seattle and enjoy a meal by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson. Brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner options include Steak Tatare & Fried Egg on grilled grain bread; a ChefWedgieCobb Salad with grilled chicken, pumpkin seeds, and beets; or a signature Dry Aged Prime Niman Ranch Bone In Rib Eye or New York Steak. Alongside a delicious summer meal, enjoy a refreshing drink from the new summer cocktail menu, which includes the Silver Fox with vodka, Cocchi Americano Spruce Tip Vinegar, pineapple syrup, and Hopped Grapefruit Bitters; or a Playa del Sangre with Cask Aged Mezcal, cherry Heering, fresh orange juice, and sweet vermouth.

    The patio is open for brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner. Reserve online  or call 206.443.3663. Miller’s Guild is located at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle.

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    Outdoor Crush Experience
    Crush is excited to enhance your summer with their beautiful outdoor garden patio. Enjoy a picturesque dining environment surrounded by elegant statues, plants, and hanging lights while you relax for a luxurious outdoor Crush experience. Crush’s exceptional servers will also bring you a blanket and turn on heat lamps on cool evening for an even more intimate, cozy and comfortable experience.

    Select from the new dinner menu by starting off with Handcut Montana Wagyu Beef Tatare with coffee rye toasts, horseradish, picked ramps, and tonnato sauce; followed with A Tasting of Summer Nightshades… Albacore Tuna Paradise with seared Washington Albacore tuna, charred eggplant, local heirloom tomatoes, tomatillo, and potatoes. The Crush experience is not compete without a Crush cocktail which includes an Orange Crush with orange infused cognac, coriander syrup, lemon, and champagne, or the Hum-Zinger with vodka, muddled ginger, honey, and lime.

    Crush’s patio is open for dinner. Reserve online or call 206.324.4549. Crush is located at 2319 East Madison Street, Seattle.

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    Coffee Sipping + European Cafe Fare at Fonte Cafe
    Fonte Cafe is bringing the coolest iced coffee to you this summer! Cold brewed coffee is an art form, so don’t accept a regular coffee with ice in it – go for the real thing at Fonte Cafe and enjoy it on the patio fronting First Avenue for some priceless people watching.

    While lounging in the downtown sun (or under the shade if you prefer), try Fonte Cafe’s menu of European fare made with ingredients from Pike Place Market and other local purveyors. Enjoy the patio during breakfast, lunch, happy hour or dinner with items such as Eggs Benedict with house made english muffins; French Toast with house made brioche toast, mascarpone sweet creme and blueberry compote; Nicoise Salad; Fig & Arugula Panini; or Pappardelle Bolognese.

    Award-winning Seattle coffee and food to match! Fonte Cafe is located at 1321 First Avenue, Seattle. Visit online or call 206.777.6193.

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    Tilth’s Garden Home
    This summer, Maria Hines invites you to Tilth’s garden-like patio, fronting the restaurant’s old craftsman house. Feel at home and enjoy the friendly hospitality that compliments the award-winning food and drinks at Tilth. This June, try Maria Hines’ Anson Mills Creamy Grits with summer raab, morel, and duck egg; Hand Cut Tagliarini with Dungeness crab, sea bean, and white wine fume; and Skagit River Ranch Pork Loin with honey glazed rhubarb, bluebird grain faro, and black garlic. Enjoy Tilth’s curated wine list and refreshing cocktails, including Pimm’s Cup with Pimm’s liqueur, lemonade, and cucumber; and the El Diablo with Campari, Dolin Rouge, and soda.

    Tilth’s patio is great for weekend brunch or nightly dinners. Reserve online or call 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 North 45th Street, Seattle.

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    Al Fresco Dining at Agrodolce
    Maria Hines invites you to relax and indulge in southern Italian and Sicilian coastal cuisine and handmade pasta on Agrodolce’s beautifully casual patio. Just off the busy 35th avenue, the patio has long been known as a respite for relaxing. This summer enjoy Cauliflower Soup with oiled cured olives, focaccia croutons, and chive oil; and Primavera Salad with asparagus, fava bean, red wine vinaigrette, and duck prosciutto. Pair your fare with a drink from Agrodolce’s summer cocktail menu, which includes the Peter, Peter with rain city crisp, house made limoncello honey syrup, and sparkling; and The Debutante with brandy, housemade green almond liqueur, Punt e Mes, and orange bitters.

    Agrodolce’s patio is open for weekend brunch and daily lunch and dinner. Agrodolce is located in the Fremont Neighborhood at 709 North 35th Street Seattle. Reserve online or call 206.547.9707.

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    The Eastern Mediterranean Patio at Golden Beetle
    Indulge in organic fare and the spices and flavors of the Mediterranean on Golden Beetle’s outdoor patio. This summer, make sure to order from their famous happy hour menu, which includes: Fire & Honey Chicken Wings with harissa, ginger, and peanut; Savory Chickpea & Lemon Stew with walnut, yogurt, and croutons; and Spiced Donuts with honey syrup, cardamom, and cinnamon. Happy hour also includes delicious cocktails including the Rosemary Margarita with blanco tequila, lime, and rosemary syrup; and the Beetle Bug with vodka, fruit puree, lemon, and soda water.

    Golden Beetle also offers delicious dishes for lunch and dinner, including Lentil & Ditaloni Pasta with tomato ginger sauce, rice, and spinach; Carlton Farm’s Slow Roasted Pork Ribs with citrus demi glaze, corn couscous, and apricot; and Uli’s Lamb Merguez Wood-Oven Fired Pizza with spring onion, feta, cumin, and dill.

    Enjoy the patio for weekend brunch, lunch, dinner and happy hour. Happy Hour is offered 4:30-6:30PM daily. Reserve online or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located at 1744 Northwest Market Street, Seattle.

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  • Give Thanks on a Special Day for a Special Woman! 05.07.14

    Mother’s Day is on its way and every Seattle mom deserves a day of praise. Sit back, take a break and soak in the love for all your hard work over an extraordinary meal. Mother’s Day pampering is on the menu at Miller’s Guild, Crush, Agrodolce, Tilth, Golden Beetle, Fonte Café, and Cafe Flora.

     

    Miller’s Guild Toasts Mother’s Day

    Miller’s Guild is firing up their Infierno grill for a special Mother’s Day brunch on May 11. Alongside regular brunch fare of Whiskey Cake with apple, bacon, yam, maple syrup and chili; Sausage & Biscuits with buttermilk gravy, soft fried eggs and braised kale; and ChefWedgieCobb Salad with organic chicken, pumpkin seeds beets, apricots, and yogurt mint dressing. Kids can also treat mom to specialty items from Chef Jason Wilson including Crab and Nettle Gratin ; Grilled Ham Steak and Hearth Fired Eggs and Coffee Flour Waffle with rhubarb and strawberry. The bar at Miller’s Guild will also be creating brunch cocktails perfect for mom.

     

    Reserve online or call 206.443.3663. Miller’s Guild is located at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle.

     

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    Treat Mom to Special Tasting Menu at Crush

    Chef Jason Wilson is preparing a beautiful five-course tasting menu with moms in mind. Make your mom feel special on her day with a starter of Champagne, Oyster, Cauliflower Veloute, Caviar followed by a five-course menu, which includes Chamomile Carrots, Carnaroli Risotto, Manchego, Tangerine Lace and Almonds; French Curry Chickpeas, Fire Roasted Artichokes, Lamb, Yogurt, Peppers; and Earl Grey Chocolate Fondant, Huckleberry Jam, Malted Milk Hazelnut and Sea Salt .

     

    Crush’s 5-course tasting menu is $76 per person; optional wine pairing for additional $64. Reserve online or call 206.324.4549. Crush is located at 2319 East Madison Street, Seattle.

     

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    Agrodolce Invites Madre to Brunch

    Invite your madre to an Italian brunch from Chef Maria Hines on Mother’s Day at Agrodolce. The three-course menu includes Savory Gougeres with provolone picante, thyme and green garlic aioli; Malted Waffle with Theo’s Chocolate, malted milk chantily and dried strawberry; and Bomboloni with pastry cream, citrus and caramel. Moms and others can also order specialty brunch cocktails including Capri Sun with limoncello, sparkling wine and cured grapefruit, and Bottomless Mimosas .

     

    Three-course brunch menu is $25. Reserve online or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N 35th Street, Seattle.

     

    Gift Mom Award-Winning Cuisine from Tilth

    This Mother’s Day, Chef Maria Hines is offering a three-course gift for your mom at Tilth. The menu includes Smoked Salmon Eggs Benedict with chive hollandaise and potatoes; Spring Vegetable Hash with radicchio, beet and green garlic; Apple Soup with caramel, peanuts and marshmallow; and Chocolate Sorbet with Holmquiest hazelnut and Theo’s Chocolate. Vegan and gluten free options are available. View the full menu online.

     

    The three-course menu is $30 per person; additional $10 for Mimosa or Bloody Mary with coffee. Open until 3 p.m. for Mother’s Day brunch. Reserve online or call 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

     

    Ballard Brunch at Golden Beetle
    Golden Beetle serves delicious Eastern Mediterranean fare and this Mother’s Day, the three-course menu includes Spicy Skagit River Ranch Pork Shank Hash with potato, Mama Lil’s pepper, béchamel and poached egg; Smoked Ham and Grilled Asparagus Omelet with gruyere cheese, parsley, beef fat fried potato; and Shortbread Cookie Napoleon with cinnamon, sour cherry and ricotta. View the full menu online.

     

    The three-course menu is $25. Open until 3 p.m. on Mother’s Day. Reserve online or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle.

     

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    Downtown Moms Brunch at Fonte Cafe
    Enjoy your special day with a memorable brunch at Fonte Café while sipping a Sage Latte, signature to Fonte Café. For more indulgence, enjoy mimosas or a Kir Royal alongside a special menu of Waffles with Caramelized Apples and Pears and an almond praline; Peach and Baby Radish Salad with toasted almonds, basil, feta cheese and champagne vinaigrette; and Cinnamon Bundt Coffee Cake. Mother’s Day brunch-goers will also have the option of dining off the regular brunch menu filled with Eggs Benedict with housemade English muffinsCroque Madame, Vegan Hash and more.

     

    Fonte Café is located at 1321 First Avenue, Seattle. Reserve online or call 206.777.6193.

     

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    Moms Love Cafe Flora

    Cafe Flora has designed two separate three-course Mother’s Day brunch menus, offering vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options. Choices for the three-course meal include Strawberry Lilac Stuffed French Toast stuffed with almond frangipane filling, topped with macerated strawberries, lilac mascarpone whipped cream, raspberries and fresh edible flowers; Arugula Potato Cake & Grilled Asparagus Benedictwith farm poached eggs, snow peas and tomato cream sauce; and Spring Trifle with rhubarb angelica compote, almond citrus cake, rhubarb curd, whipped cream, fresh raspberries, pistachio crunch.

     

    Kids have the choice of Banana Nutella Stuffed French Toast brioche dipped in rich cinnamon egg batter, stuffed with Nutella, topped with fresh banana and whipped cream and a Heart Shaped Strawberry Sundae with vanilla ice cream, chocolate heart, strawberries and hot fudge. View both menus online.

     

    The three-course menu is $35 per adult; $15 per child. The special menu is available on Sunday, May 11 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Call 206.325.9100 to make your reservation.

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  • Express Your Love with Food this Valentine’s Day 02.05.14

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    Valentine’s Day is right around the corner, which means it’s time to celebrate all the love in your life. Whether you want to impress that special someone or experience an extraordinary evening with friends, we’ve got you covered! Indulge in mouth-watering three or four course dinner menus from Cafe Flora, LloydMartin, Tilth and Agrodolce or try the ten-course tasting menu at Crush. If you have a sweet tooth, immerse yourself in chocolate at Blue Ribbon’s truffle-making workshop. For those intrigued by the culinary flavors of cultures around the world, enjoy your evening with the Eastern Mediterranean dishes at Golden Beetle or modern Indian cuisine at Shanik.

     

    Where will you spend your Valentine’s Day this year? See our recommendations below and reserve now before they sell out!

     

    Sustainable Romance at Cafe Flora

    Cafe Flora’s decadent Valentine’s menu provides the perfect escape for a cozy, romantic meal, with a sustainable flair. Their locally sourced vegetarian, vegan and gluten free menu satisfies with delicious flavors and the freshest ingredients. Enjoy signature cocktails and local wine, beer and cider alongside your four-course dinner which includes Savory Potato Empanadas, Yellow Beet & Blood Orange Salad with Avocado Green Goddess Dressing, Saffron Kissed Paella Cakes and Passion Fruit Roulade or Theo Dark Chocolate Mousse. View the full menu online.

     

    $65 per person, excluding tax and gratuity. Reservations are required and run 5-10 p.m.

     

    Cafe Flora is located in Madison Valley at 2901 E. Madison St. Seattle, WA 98112. Call 206.325.9100 to book your reservation.

     

    Blue Ribbon Cooking
    Valentine’s Day Cooking for Two
    Enjoy a date night out and learn to cook with your special someone. Enjoy appetizers, Northwest wine and beer, an instructional cooking class and finish off the night with a four-course sit-down dinner for two on Lake Union including fresh Puget Sound Oysters with Champagne Cream Sauce, Cognac Poached Fig Salad, Lobster Tail with Macadamia Nut Butter, Filet Mignon, Cabernet-Vanilla Bean Poached Pears and more. Includes wine with dinner and a packet of take-home recipes.

     

    $155 per person, must register for two guests; 6:30 p.m.

     

    Dessert Wine Tasting + Chocolate Truffle Workshop
    Get elbows deep in chocolate with your date as you create delicious handmade truffles! After, you’ll adventure together into a dessert wine tasting, pairing different chocolate grades with a variety of dessert wines including Late Harvest Wines, Red & White Ports, Muscats & Rieslings, Champagne & Sparkling Wines. Each couple will take home a box of one dozen handmade truffles created in class.

     

    $85 per person; 8:30-10:30 p.m.

     

    Blue Ribbon is located at 2501 Fairview Ave. E. Seattle, WA 98102. They operate venues in Lake Union, Capitol Hill, Fremont, University District and Tacoma, as well as provide offsite catering at locations throughout the region. Contact Blue Ribbon to book your class at 206.328.2442 or blueribboncooking.com.

     

    Indulge at LloydMartin

    Chef Sam Crannell’s special menus have become loved by the neighborhood and destination diners. Valentine’s Day is no exception with a three-course plus shared dessert tasting menu. Chef Sam creates dishes based on what his purveyors bring to his restaurant each and every day and Valentine’s Day is no exception. Guests can expect indulgent and themed dishes with Gougeres, Squab, Lobster, Filet Mignon, Foie Gras, and Oysters.

     

    Included in the $180 per couple price is a $60 beverage credit that guests can put towards a wine flight, bottle of wine or cocktails. Vegetarian and gluten-free options will also be available.

     

    LloydMartin is located at 1525 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle 98109. Call 206.420.7603 or visit lloydmartinseattle.com for reservations for one of the two dinner seatings.

     

    Tilth Celebrates Valentine’s Weekend

    Tilth gives reason for a weekend-long romance with a special prix-fixe dinner on Friday, Feb. 14 and a special prix-fixe brunch on Saturday and Sunday (Feb. 15-16). Guests can choose a four-course prix-fixe dinner including Savory Apple Soup, Ricotta Gnudi with chili butter, St. Jude’s Albacore Tuna A La Plancha, and Dark Chocolate Sorbet with shaved chocolate and holmquist hazelnut. With options under each course, the full menu can be viewed at tilthrestaurant.com/events.

     

    Dinner is $85 per person with optional wine pairings.

     

    Couples can wake up the next morning and head to Tilth for a special three-course Valentine’s weekend brunch menu for $25. Start the morning-after with a French Omelet, Cheddar Biscuits and Smoked Pulled Chicken Gravy, Whipped Yogurt with pear and honey comb or Stuffed French Toast with sultana and freeze dried grape. Guests will have options under each of the three courses. The special brunch menu will be available Feb. 15-16 only, in addition to the regular brunch menu.

     

    $25 per person, additional $10 with cava or mimosa with coffee. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th St, Seattle 98103. Call 206.633.0801 or visit tilthrestaurant.com for reservations.

     

    Valentine Amore at Agrodolce

    James Beard Award-winning chef Maria Hines has put together a four-course menu that will make your Valentine swoon! Start dinner with house made focaccia and build your next four courses with options such as Celery Root Soup with vanilla, fig and red wine; Chestnut Mafaldine with pancetta, wild mushrooms and Treviso; Maple Leaf Farms Duck Breast with medjool date, orange confit and couscous; and Steamed Chocolate Cake with Café Coretto syrup, chantilly and mint. The full menu can be viewed at agrodolcerestaurant.net/events.

     

    Price is $70; optional wine pairing priced at $40.

     

    Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N 35th Street, Seattle 98103. Call 206.547.9707  or visit agrodolcerestaurant.net for reservations.

     

    Taste the Mediterranean this Valentine’s Day

    Enjoy the flavors of the Eastern Mediterranean with a four-course menu with optional wine pairings at Golden Beetle. Guests will enjoy a romantic evening while feasting on Sunchoke Soup with spiced sunflower seed and cilantro; Sylver Fishing Co Spot Prawns with Kattafi, red onion and pear; Grilled Skirt Steak with celery root, freekeh and Aleppo; and Sour Cherry Crepe Cake with mascarpone and mint.

     

    Options for each course; $50 per person; $25 for optional wine pairing.

     

    Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market St. Seattle 98107. Call 206.706.2977 or visit golden-beetle.com for reservations.

     

    Shanik Tempts with Dine-in and Take-out Options

    Spice up Valentine’s Day with Shanik’s modern Indian cuisine, available in the restaurant or for take-out from the Shanik Market.

     

    Shanik invites dine-in guests to start the evening with a Mangalore cocktail ($10), a cardamom, cinnamon liqueur with a subtle hint of hot cayenne, crafted just for Valentine’s Day with orange, lemon, fresh ginger and prosecco. Guests can test their adventurous side with the Roasted, Ground Cricket Paranta with spicy tomato chutney. Other guest favorites include the Vegetable Koftes in creamy tomato curry, Grilled Venison Medallions on tamarind and date puree, and the ever-popular Spice Encrusted Lamb Popsicles.

     

    Intimate dining at home doesn’t have to mean hours in the kitchen. The Shanik Market, next door to the restaurant, provides options for take-out that requires only simple preparation at home. Valentine cooks can create their own menu with such items as Punjabi Lamb Curry, Chicken with Kalonji Spice, Saag and Paneer, Yellow Lentil Curry, Cumin Scented Rice and even Naan, Chapatti and Tamarind-Date Chutney. Available in the freezer (20 minute boil-in-a-bag preparation) and refrigerator (5 minute reheat), complete your Valentine dinner with a bottle of wine from the Shanik Market. Full Market menu available: shanikrestaurant.com/market.

     

    Shanik and Shanik Market are located at 500 Terry Avenue North, Seattle 98109. Call 206.486.6884 or visit shanikrestaurant.com for reservations.

     

    Spoil Your Valentine at Crush

    Founded on the love of a husband and wife, Crush’s chef Jason Wilson presents a ten-course tasting menu that will make your Valentine’s Day memorable. Courses include “Chips and Dip” Chicharones, Harissa Crisps, Duck Tongues and Sweetbread Croutons, Creme Fraiche, Mustards, Yogurt, Bacon; Roasted Cauliflower, Monterey Squid, Black Truffle Soup, Purple Cabbage, Mint and Dill; Beet Cured Hawaiian Mero Sea Bass, Black Garlic, Coriander-Mint Churi, Ash roasted Sunchoke; Montana Wagyu Beef Eye of Rib, Parsley Vinaigrette Carrot in Chamomile Butter, Black Trumpet Bone Marrow Puree; and Chocolate Hazelnut Mousse, Basil Poached Strawberries, Pistachio Chantilly.

     

    Menu is $125 per person; $25 foie gras supplement; optional $75 wine pairing.

     

    Crush is located at 2319 East Madison Street, Seattle 98122. Call 206.30.CRUSH(27874) or visit chefjasonwilson.com for reservations.

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  • Ideas to Ring in 2014 12.20.13



    Plans for New Year’s always seem to come together at the last minute. This year, plan ahead with these dining options and even a dance party celebration! You’ll also find two ways to help ease the inevitable hangover on New Year’s Day. Read on and make your reservations today!

    NEW YEAR’S EVE

    New Year’s Eve at Miller’s Guild + New Year’s Eve Dance Party

    Seattle’s new, wood-fired restaurant will be welcoming guests on New Year’s Eve! Just opened, Miller’s Guild will be offering its long-awaited a la carte menu featuring heritage breed meats and 75 day dry-aged beef, Mad Hatcher Bone-in Quail and Lamb Shoulder and Belly. Wood-fired meats will run alongside Giant Pacific Octopus, Slow Roasted Wild Salmon, Roasted Cauliflower with Preserved Lemon and Castelvetrano Olives, and specials, including wood-grilled lobster and more. The full menus can be found online. Guests can toast to the new year with cask-aged spirits in a diverse cocktail menu including seasonal Egg Nog, Haymaker’s Punch, Scout’s Honor with Four Roses Bourbon and Gin Old Fashioned with Cask Aged Counter Gin. Dinner guests can book by calling Miller’s Guild at 206.443.3663 or online.

    In addition, Miller’s Guild and Hotel Max will be featuring a New Year’s Eve Dance Party in the Hotel Max Lobby. The area will be transformed into a lounge and lit dance floor with Turntablist and DJ Gumbeaux spinning Classic R&B and Dance music from 10 p.m. – 2 a.m. Guests will receive two free drink tickets, a champagne toast at midnight and hors d’oeuvres. Tickets are $75 per person; guest of Hotel Max and Miller’s Guild pay just $50 per ticket. Tickets can be reserved in person or by calling Miller’s Guild at 206.443.3663.

    Guests are encouraged to take the elevator home with a safe and convenient stay at Hotel Max. Room reservations available online or by calling 206.728.6299.

    Miller’s Guild is located at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle, next to Hotel Max.

    Holiday Indulgence at Tilth

    Maria Hines’ first restaurant that earned her national acclaim continues to push the culinary envelope with its inventive, certified organic, New American cuisine. This New Year’s Eve, Tilth will be offering a beautifully prepared four-course dinner. The first course will feature Washington Oysters with Green Apple Ganite, shallot and white wine vinegar or Celery Root Soup with golden raisin, burgundy truffle and peanut butter. Next up, diners can choose from Sylver Fishing Co Spot Prawn Consomme, Porcini Brulee or Rabbit Rillette. Grilled Venison Loin and the much-loved Smoked Heirloom Bean Cassoulet are third course options. The finale features Bourbon Pecan Pie with Woodford Reserve, Chantilly and caramel or Espresso Crème Brulee.

    The decadent four-course menu is $95 with an optional $65 wine pairing with each course. Reservations can be made by calling Tilth at 206.633.0801 or online. 

    Italian Inspired Holidays at Agrodolce

    Last year Maria Hines completed her restaurant trifecta with Agrodolce, the third restaurant in her restaurant collection. Celebrating the New Year’s Eve with Southern Italian and Sicilian fare, Maria has assembled a charming culinary feast with house milled flour used for the pasta, housemade focaccia and certified organic and wild ingredients. Diners will choose their first course from Italian Chestnut Soup with marsala, chanterelle conserva and preserved lemon, or Pugliese Style Burrata with baby beet, saba and arugula. The pasta course will feature Emmer Rigatoni with spicy pork sausage and Mama Lil’s Pepper, Ricotta Cavatelli with wild mushrooms, gremolata and chard, and Cuttlefish Ink Spaghetti with romanesco, anchovy and pine nut. The third course includes Seafood Risotto with Sylver spot prawn, Penn Cove Mussel and spicy tomato sauce or Snoqualmie Valley Lamb Shoulder with olive tapenade, semolina pudding, and puntarella. Guests will finish dinner with a choice of Buccellato with pistachio, fig and grappa, Chocolate Cannoli, or Limoncello Sorbetto.

    Four-course menu on New Year’s Eve is $70; optional $40 wine pairing. Reservations are encouraged by calling 206.547.9707 or online.

    Golden Beetle Inspires New Year’s Eve Celebration

    Golden Beetle is encouraging a true celebration this New Year’s Eve with a special menu worthy of ringing in the New Year. The first course includes Beet and Satsuma Salad with tahini-cucumber vinaigrette and Almond-Stuffed Medjool Dates with Meyer lemon gastrique. Next up is Seared Alaskan Black Cod with Labneh and pearl barley or Grilled Halloumi Cheese with Arugula and citrus poached pear. The third course features Anderson Ranch Lamb Tagine and Slow Cooked Rabbit Turnover. The finale gives guests a choice of Black Walnut Baklava, Chocolate Truffle Torte or Pomegranate Sorbet with Puffed Quinoa and orange blossom gastrique. 

    The four-course menu is $50 with an optional $25 wine pairing. Golden Beetle reservations can be made by calling 206.706.2977 or online.

    Ring In 2014 at Crush

    Crush will be ringing in the New Year with a decadent tasting menu featuring Sturgeon Caviar with cauliflower panna cotta, Ahi Tuna Tartar with Cucumber Dashi & Nori Cured Foie Gras, Slow Roasted Salmon with Dungeness Crab, Mint, Meyer Lemon, and Upper Dry Creek Lamb Saddle with Tagliassca Olives, Vadouvan Yogurt Quince & Quinoa Granola. The full seven-course menu  can be viewed here. Dinner is $125 per person and reservations can be made by calling 206.302.7874 or online.

    NEW YEAR’S DAY

    “Cure” Holiday Hangovers with Pho Cyclo Café

    Falling temperatures make pho the perfect comfort food, but cold weather isn’t the only perfect time for hot pho. For those who enjoy imbibing this holiday season, let the wonders of Pho Cyclo Cafe‘s 8-hour simmering pho broth, fresh Vietnamese vegetables, herbs and noodles help cure your New Year’s Eve hangover! Now with five locations, the Broadway and Dexter locations will both be open on Christmas Eve, New Year’s Eve and even New Year’s Day to help aid in over indulgence or for those looking for an alternative to traditional holiday meals. Broadway location is at 406 Broadway Avenue East; Dexter location is at 900 Dexter Avenue North. Visit PhoCycloCafe.com for all locations and menus.

    Cafe Flora’s New Year’s Day Brunch Buffet Returns

    Join Cafe Flora for their annual New Year’s Day brunch buffet, the only time of the year they offer a buffet to guests. Enjoy an array of vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free brunch options including, sweets: Pumpkin Chocolate Coffee Cake with Pecan Streusel (V, GF), Apple-Cheese Scones, Morning Glory Muffins with Orange Glaze (V, GF); salads: Bleu Cheese-Endive & Pear Salad, Roasted Vegetable-Quinoa Salad (V, GF); entrees Salted Caramel French Toast Strata, Savory Wintergreen Crepe with Mushroom Crema Sauce, Potato Latkes with Horseradish Sour Cream and Apple Sauce (GF), and sides like Cheesy Grits (GF) and Warm Black-eyed Pea Salad (V, GF).

    Buffet menu is available from 9 a.m.-2 p.m., $25 per adult, $12.50 per child under 12, reservations available for parties of six or more. Full menus available online.

     
    Photo credit: Rina Jordan Photography

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  • Jason Wilson Cooks Up “Top Chefs Kids Menu” On Evening Magazine 11.13.13

    Chef Jason Wilson may be busy with his award-winning restaurant, CRUSH, and opening a new restaurant, Miller’s Guild, next month, but he always takes time out to cook with his son.

    Evening Magazine stopped by the Wilson house to chat about wood-fired cooking at the soon-to-open Miller’s Guild — and Ferrin and Jason put on a show of their own by making “Meatballs with a Chance of Pretzels,” inspired by one of their favorite movies “Cloudy with a Chance of Meatballs.” Gluten-free pretzels, and even vegetables, add to a delicious recipe that kids can make at home (with supervision). As Jason puts it “There’s really nothing like cooking for those that you are intimately in love with.”

    The recipe can be found on the Evening Magazine website.

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  • Miller’s Guild Offers Seats To Pre-Opening Parties 11.04.13

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    Miller’s Guild Offers Seats to Pre-Opening Parties

    Chef Jason Wilson and team “kickstart” nose-to-tail butchery, dry-aged beef and cask-finished craft spirits, returning the favor with seats at pre-opening dinners and other VIP perks


    Seattle— Chef Jason Wilson’s Miller’s Guild is one of the most anticipated restaurant openings of 2013. With construction not far from completion, the Miller’s Guild team has launched a Kickstarter campaign to help fund their ambitious dry-aging, nose-to-tail butchery, and cask-aged spirits programs. As a reward for supporting these programs, Chef Wilson is offering much-coveted seats to the Miller’s Guild Pre-Opening Dinners that begin on Dec. 4 and a host of other VIP perks. See the campaign here; live through November 17.

    Chef Wilson explained, “We are really excited about Kickstarter, because it connects us with people who are excited and engaged in what we are doing.  When we came up with these great, but expensive ideas for 75-day dry-aged beef, nose-to-tail butchery of heritage breed livestock, and cask finishing our own spirits, we thought that it would be a great opportunity to let other people who are as excited as us about these ideas get involved with Miller’s Guild.”

    What’s in it for Kickstarter partners:

      $25 – A logoed Miller’s Guild T-shirt with the phrase “I support Beef, Butchery & Booze.”

      $75 – An exclusive seat at one of the pre-opening dinners to experience the wood-fired grill, dry-aged beef and heirloom livestock nose-to-tail butchery program that Kickstarter support helped launch.

      $500 – A VIP reservation for two to one of the pre-opening parties that gets supporters not only seats at the dinner, but also a pre-dinner reception and a post-dinner tour of the space, plus the supporter T-shirt.

      $2500 – Chef Jason Wilson and Miller’s Guild Chef de Cuisine Kelly Gaddis host an intimate butchery class for 10 featuring an animal from the butchery program, followed by a dinner feast.

      Known for modern, technique-driven cooking at his restaurant Crush, Chef Wilson wanted to get back to a more visceral, basic style of cooking. When the opportunity came to anchor a new 76-seat restaurant at the 1926-built Hotel Max, he partnered up with a restaurant dream team including his wife and Crush co-owner Nicole Wilson, ChefStable Group founder and owner Kurt Huffman, and former Best Young Sommelier in America, Jake Kosseff.

      The foundation of Miller’s Guild cooking comes from its nine-foot-long, custom-made wood-fired grill that will infuse complex, rich flavors into simply prepared meats, vegetables and fish. Whole animal butchery of heritage breed livestock will use the entire animal for grill cuts, sausage and charcuterie, and bones for stock. Its 75-day dry-aging beef program will highlight a New York steak and a bone-in ribeye for two. Cask-finishing spirits will allow the team to add its special touches to a cocktail inspired by the classics.

      About Miller’s Guild

      Sometime in December, Chef Jason Wilson will fire up his custom-made, wood-fired Infierno Grill at the opening of Miller’s Guild. The restaurant’s space, within the historic Vance Hotel (Hotel Max), has been stripped to its 1926 bones to reveal not only the history of the building but more importantly the back-to-basics intentions of its James Beard Award-winning chef.  Miller’s Guild will open serving dinner only, but will eventually serve breakfast, lunch, and dinner daily and is located at 612 Stewart Street in downtown Seattle. Learn more at Facebook.com/MillersGuild and Twitter @MillersGuild.

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