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  • Swoon at Local Restaurants This Valentine’s Day 01.26.17

    From Seattle to the Eastside, local restaurants and talented chefs are giving guests reason to enjoy Valentine’s Day, Feb 14, with a full week of thoughtfully prepared menus, cocktails and classes, chocolate gift ideas and more.

     

     

    A Menu for Two Hearts at The Herbfarm

     

     

    While intoxicatingly romantic every night, Valentine’s 2017 brings it all to an amorous crescendo at The Herbfarm. Champagne, roses and the restaurants annual aphrodisiac affair is set to Cupid’s divine beat. Guests will lose also themselves to the strains of “My Funny Valentine.”

    The Herbfarm is a celebration of food and wines of the Pacific Northwest. The thematic nine-course dinner with matched wines takes the shape of A Menu for Two Hearts Feb 10-12, Feb 14, and Feb 17-19, priced from $225-$285 per person. Call the reservation line at 425.485.5300 or online at theherbfarm.com. The Herbfarm is located at 14590 N.E. 145th Street, Woodinville.

     

    Heat Up Valentine’s Weekend at Miller’s Guild

     

     

    Chef Jason Wilson has created a five-course Valentines menu of wood-grilled craft cooking at this popular downtown Seattle restaurant, Miller’s Guild. Priced at $95 per person and including a complimentary glass of sparkling wine, enjoy Feb. 10-14, all weekend long (Friday through Tuesday).

     

    The five-course menu includes an amuse of Ahi Tuna Crudo with Taylor Shellfish Oyster Chowder and Dry Aged Beef Carpaccio; a Dungeness Crab Salad with Celery Root, Black Truffle, Green Apple and Blood Orange; Grilled Wild Sea Bass, with Asparagus, Saffron and Chorizo; and Grilled Dry Aged Beef Tenderloin, with Red Wine Wild Mushroom Sauce, Kale Pesto and Ash Roasted Potato. Finish with a dessert of the Chocolate Olive Oil, Salted Caramel, Cherry Root Beer Sundae.

     

    See the special menu online. The classic Miller’s Guild menu is also available. To reserve, visit millersguild.com or call 206.443.3663. Millers Guild is located downtown at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle.

     

    Pair Beautiful Backdrops + Seafood at Ray’s

     

     

    Treat your loved one to a beautiful meal at Seattle’s iconic seafood restaurant for a Valentine’s celebration starting Feb. 10 going all the way through Feb. 14. With waterfront views of Puget Sound and the majestic snow-capped Olympic Mountains as your backdrop, it’s the perfect setting for romance.

     

    Ray’s Boathouse will offer a three-course menu with many decadent options for each course (all for $60; last seating at 10 p.m. on Valentine’s Day). Options include starters of Grilled Romaine with Ceviche of Oregon Bay shrimp and scallops, Tempura Oysters with wakame salad; entrees such as a Petite Filet with Alaskan Spot Prawns, Confit of Duck Legs, and Herbed Risotto; and desserts such as Double Chocolate Panna Cotta, Chocolate Mousse with raspberry cream and brandy brittle, and more. The Boathouse’s regular menu is also available throughout.

     

    Ray’s Cafe, along with its regular lunch and dinner menu, will offer elegant surf and turf options and drink specials! The café’s last seating on Valentine’s Day is 9 p.m.

     

    Love oysters? Feb. 10-12 don’t miss a very limited, tantalizing treat: six Olympia oysters with a glass of Schramsberg sparkling wine for $29. These native bivalves, which take five years to mature, were first introduced in 1983 at Ray’s by oyster aficionado Jon Rowley. They’re back at the Boathouse for this special weekend while supplies last!

     

    Boathouse reservations can be made at 206.789.3770 or rays.com. Cafe reservations can be made at 206.782.0094 or rays.com. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe is located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle.

     

    Feel at Home with Four-Course Prix-Fixe at Tilth

     

     

    Situated in a craftsman house converted to restaurant, Tilth is a standard-bearing restaurant for New American cuisine prepared with certified-organic or wild ingredients, offering a four-course Valentine’s dinner with optional wine pairings (available Feb. 10 – 11 and Tues., Feb. 14).

     

    Choose from such first course options as Shugoku Oysters with blood orange pearl and cucumber; a salad of Red Beets Tartare or Skagit River Ranch Beef Tongue. Move into Sylvia’s Spot Prawn, Parsnip Soup or Beet Risotto; and savor third-course entrees such as Seared Weathervane Scallop, Smoked Heirloom Bean Cassoulet, or Leek Ash-Crusted Venison (additional $10). Desserts include Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake or Cashew Cheesecake with orange and cranberry to round out a fabulous meal.

     

    The prix-fixe menu is $85; optional wine pairings $50. Additional menu options are available Feb 10-11, however Tuesday Feb. 14 will exclusively serve the prix-fixe menu. Reservations can be made by visiting tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

     

    Italian + Vegetarian Prix-Fixe Menus at Agrodolce

     

     

    Adopt the language of love for a night with Agrodolce’s Southern Italian and Sicilian fare in a special three-course menu or four-course vegetarian menu Feb. 10-12 and Feb. 14.

     

    The sharable menu starts with Grilled Octopus Tentacle, celery root, grilled endive, spicy pine nut and currant salsa verde. The second course includes Pugliese Style Burrata; followed by Aspen Hollow Lamb with roasted grapes, oil cured olives and rosemary balsamic glaze; concluded with Chocolate Polenta Cake.

     

    Vegetarians sip on Celery Root, Carrot and Poached Beet Soup; then move onto House Milled Durum Spaghetti with mushrooms and black truffle. The third course brings Zucchini and Ricotta Lasagnetta or Grilled Chicories; followed by the ever-popular Chocolate Polenta Cake.

     

    The full menus can be viewed online and vegan and gluten-free options are available with prior notice. Priced at $75 per person; $35 optional wine pairing. To reserve, visit Agrodolcerestaurant.net or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 North 35th Street, Seattle.

     

    Tempting Menu + Cocktails Casco Antiguo

     

     

    Everything’s more seductive with a velvety Latin accent, and this Pioneer Square temptress brings a special menu and an aphrodisiacal cocktail worth a visit!

     

    Casco Antiguo a la carte specials include the Elote ($8), sweet corn on cob grilled with chili citrus butter, crema and queso fresco; Coliflor ($9), grilled cauliflower steak with spicy brown butter, chipotle crema and pepitas; the Enchilada de Camarones ($11), two enchiladas stuffed with wild Mexican prawns, tomato & kale topped w/ a creamy guajillo sauce, crema and avocado; and for dessert, Lupita’s Hot Chocolate with red velvet short bread cookies ($8).

     

    Ready to sip? The Damiana cocktail includes a liquor made from the Damiana herb which grows in the deserts of Mexico and has been considered an aphrodisiac for centuries. Or try the “drink for two” consisting of two cocktails topped with a baby bottle of cava tableside. For some quick spicy fun, don’t miss heart-shaped chili and strawberry tequila Jell-O shots.

     

    The special menu runs Feb. 10 – 11 and Feb. 14 from 4-10 p.m., alongside Casco Antiguo’s regular menu.

     

    Casco Antiguo is located at 115 Occidentail Avenue South, Seattle. Online at cascoantiguoseattle.com or call 206.538.0400.

     

    Indulgent Cuisine + Pairings at RN74

     

     

    Downtown Seattle dining at Michael Mina’s RN74 brings a gorgeous tasting menu for two, with the option of carefully paired still or sparkling wines—all imported, to round out this delicious affair on Feb. 14 only.

     

    Start with Smoked Local Oysters with apple granite and arugula; move into Maine Lobster Ravioli with the option of shaved black truffle (fee); a confit of Arctic Char with artichoke heart, cured trout roe and vanilla; Crown Roast of Duck with the option of seared foie gras (fee) and complete dinner with the Chocolate Bar Dessert with burnt honey and chai ice cream and leave feeling like the luckiest person in the world!

     

    This tasting menu is $105 per person, with bubbles pairings for an additional $55 or $75 for grande wine pairings. View the full menu online. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling 206.456.7474. RN74 is located downtown at 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle.

     

    Couples Cocktail Class + Valentine’s Dinner at Young American Ale House

     

     

    Couples eager to impress with Valentine’s cocktails can take the Couples Mixology Class on Feb 11, 1-3 pm at Young American Ale House. Taught by the craft bartenders, the class will showcase whiskey, aged rum and anejo tequila, inviting guests to taste and create cocktails along the way. Class is $75 per person and includes cocktail ingredients, instruction, snacks and recipes to recreate at home.

     

    The latest addition to Maria Hines Restaurants features certified organic American classics with a twist Feb 10-12 and Feb 14. The three-course menu features Rabbit Turnover or Butter Poached Prawns; a second course of Slow Roasted Grass Fed Beef Cheek or Pan Seared Potato Gnocchi. Conclude dinner by indulging in Chocolate Mouse Cake or Crème Brulee with Makers Mark Whiskey.

     

    The full three-course menu can be viewed online and is priced at $50; optional wine pairing $25; optional beer pairing $20. Visit mariahinesrestaurants.com or call 206.706.2977 for Valentine’s reservations or to book the Couples Mixology Class. Young American Ale House is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle

     

    Seasonal Sushi + Specialty Cocktail at Shiro’s Sushi

     

     

    Fresh, vibrant sushi and omakase-style dining in Belltown make Shiro’s the ultimate in hospitality this Valentine’s Day.

     

    Impress your date by ordering the Kan-Buri (Cold Season Yellowtail). This is the very best season for Kan-Buri and the taste is heavenly: rich. tender and satisfying. This fish earns its name simply because of its premium landing spot in the winter – Noto Peninsula. Caught midway along their journey, the wild fish’s fat has built up perfectly (before losing weight from swimming onward).

     

    From Feb 7-14, sip the Peach Obsession (Valentine’s Special Cocktail) comprised of champagne, peach puree and a garnish of fresh raspberries. It’s the perfect way to impress on date night!

     

    Shiro’s Sushi is located at 4201 2nd Avenue, Seattle. Call 206.443.9844 or visit shiros.com for more.

     

    Five-Course Innovation at Eden Hill

     

     

    Queen Anne’s stylish avante-garde, New American restaurant has a prix-fixe five-course, Valentine’s menu exclusively planned for guests on Feb. 14.

     

    The first three courses at Eden Hill include sea urchin and red shrimp toast; kumato (specialty tomato) tartare; and a sumptuous third course of veal tortellini. The fourth, main course is a wild boar rack rolled in berber, fermented pomme fondant, wild blueberry vinegar, and Stilton bleu. The decadence continues with the fifth course, an Oregon hazelnut Paris-brest, foie gras praline, lemon thyme, and dark chocolate syrup. Also enjoy the charming mignardises-candied flower bouquet.

     

    The full menu can be viewed online. $115 per person; wine parings additional. Dining room reservations and bar reservations available by calling 206.708.6836 or online at edenhillrestaurant.com. Eden Hill is located on Queen Anne at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle.

     

    Vegetarian Specialties at Cafe Flora

     

     

     

    Cafe Flora is offering a delicious four-course Valentine’s Day menu that’s not only masterfully vegetarian, it’s also available as vegan and gluten-free.

     

    Dinner starts with a Scallion Pancake, flavorful with ginger and sesame eggplant, peanut sauce, and rice wine vinaigrette; a salad course of Pomelo and Blood Orange Segments with bitter greens, pine nuts, ricotta cheese and a pomegranate reduction; and a third course of Chickpea Socca Fritters, asparagus and haricot vert, roasted purple carrot, spiced tomato sauce, sour cherry and green mango chutney with a citrus and maple dressing. An indulgent choice of desserts rounds out this experience: Pistachio Cake with Raspberry Mousse, with chocolate glaze and macarons, or Huckleberry Cheesecake with candied pine nuts and a Meyer lemon compote.

     

    The Valentine’s Day menu is available Tuesday, February 14, starting at 5 p.m. The four-course menu is $75 per person. Reservations are required for all parties by calling 206.325.9100. Visit cafeflora.com. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison Street, Seattle.

     

    First Date or Long-Time Love at Altstadt

     

     

    A lively, lovely Valentine’s date happens at Pioneer Square’s favorite spot for German beer and cuisine, Altstadt. Festivities begin Feb. 10 and continue through Feb. 14, starting with a delicious collaboration with Intrigue Chocolates.

     

    Sample a German beer and chocolate flight ($12) including four chocolates and four beers. Included is Intrigue’s brandy and cherry truffle, created exclusively for Altstadt. Try the Valentine’s cocktail made with cocoa bean brandy, Kirschwasser, and nutmeg ($12). Also, because Valentine’s Day isn’t complete without a chocolate gift, take home an Intrigue chocolate bar ($15) as a great gift idea, available for sale in the restaurant. Chef Megan Coombes has taken Valentine’s Day to heart with a savory Beef Heart Stew with Spätzle ($14), available only on Feb 14.

     

    Reserve online at www.altstadtseattle.com or call 206.602.6442. Altstadt Bierhalle & Brathaus is located at 209 1st Avenue South, Seattle.

     

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  • Holiday Spirit Sparkles with Local Food, Drinks, Gifts and Events 12.12.16

    The holiday season is in full swing and Seattle is alive with the hustle and bustle of locals and visitors alike celebrating over festive food and drinks. Families and friends gather round Seattle’s memorable dining tables to enjoy Christmas and New Year’s with holiday menus, handcrafted cocktails, curated wine pairings, unique gifts and special events throughout the month.

    CHRISTMAS EVE: December 24

    Feast of Seven Fishes at Agrodolce



    Maria Hines’ Italian-inspired restaurant, Agrodolce, celebrates Christmas Eve with a long-standing Sicilian Christmas tradition, the Feast of Seven Fishes. The festive seafood feast is available in two different dining experiences to be enjoyed family-style: the three-course Feast of Five Fishes, $55 per person and the four-course Feast of Seven Fishes, $75 per person.

    The thoughtful menus include Spaghetti al Nero di Sepia with green elderberry capers, golden raisins and white anchovy; Steamed Penn Cove Mussels in a rich tomato saffron broth with preserved lemon and smoked eggplant; and Vanilla Poached Sylver Fishing Spot Prawns with seared endive, caramelized pear and crispy speck. For dessert, guests can indulge in a Tasting of Cookies including buccelatti, candied kumquat cannoli, pizzelle and semolina almond thumbprints. Each menu is offered with carefully-selected wine pairings for an additional $35 per person.

    The full menus can be viewed here. Seating for both menus will be from 4 – 8 p.m. To reserve, visit Agrodolcerestaurant.net or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 North 35th Street, Seattle.

    Cheer on the Seahawks with Elevated German Fare + Beers at Altstadt



    Seahawks fans are invited to ramp up their Christmas spirit and the spirit of the 12s at Altstadt for the big Christmas Eve Seahawks game against the Arizona Cardinals! Just blocks from CenturyLink Field, ticket holders can imbibe pregame and those looking for a festive place to watch the game will feel right at home. Reinvented German fare for the game includes Sausage Plates with classically prepared sauerkraut, mustards, ketchup and pomme frites; Käsespätzle tossed in Beecher’s cheese, caramelized onions and pretzel breadcrumbs; and Brezels – traditional soft pretzels with Jacobsen salt and housemade spicy mustard!

    Guests will be shouting “Go Hawks!” with a frosty brew (or two!) in hand from Altstadt’s extensive German imports and local German-style beers.

    The full dinner menu can be viewed here and the beer menu here. Visit altstadt.com or call 206.602.6442. Altstadt is located in Pioneer Square, walkable to the sports stadiums, at 209 1st Avenue S, Seattle.

    Celebrate Christmas Eve with a Five-Course Tasting Menu at Miller’s Guild



    Chef Jason Wilson has put together a five-course tasting menu complete with luxurious add ons for a memorable Christmas Eve feast. Dinner begins with Miller’s Guild’s own housemade pickles, crudités and charcuterie. Then, a seasonal Dungeness Crab Wedge salad with bacon, apple and a creamy lemon basil dressing or a heartier Roasted Squash salad with ancient grains, pear and chicory with pomegranate vinaigrette. The main courses enjoy time on the restaurant’s signature wood-fired grill, including Roasted Black Cod with Roasted Black Trumpet Mushrooms or for the carnivore, Smoked Porchetta with chestnut, thyme and roasted garlic. Don’t forget dessert – Not So Classic Boozy Fruit Cake or Dark Chocolate Bombe. A la carte menu additions include Seared Foie Gras with Coffee Flour granola and poached cranberry.

    The five-course tasting menu is $115 per person and can be viewed here. To reserve, visit millersguild.com or call 206.443.3663. Miller’s Guild is located downtown at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle.

    Delight in Seattle’s Best Views at Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe



    This Christmas Eve, families can gather together and bask in the breathtaking backdrop of Shilshole Bay and the Olympic Mountains while enjoying fresh, flavorful seafood and more at Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe. Along with an impressive regular menu, The Boathouse will offer a special three-course Christmas Eve dinner with expertly crafted options including Dungeness Crab Cocktail with butter lettuce, roasted tomato, cocktail sauce and lemon aioli; Oven Roasted Turkey with chestnut-herb stuffing, whipped potatoes, cranberries, glazed carrots, green beans and gravy; and for dessert, Pumpkin Pie with Olympic Mountain vanilla ice cream.

    The Cafe will be serving the regular menu, including local favorites such as Dungeness Crab Cakes and Pacific NW Sablefish in Sake Kasu with Jasmine rice, grilled bok choy, honey-soy and scallion oil.

    The Boathouse three-course menu is $55 per person. Reservations are strongly recommended for both the Boathouse and Cafe and are available from 2 – 8 p.m. in the Boathouse and 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. in the Cafe. Boathouse reservations can be made by calling 206.789.3770 or visiting rays.com. Cafe reservations can be made by calling 206.782.0094 or visiting rays.com. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe are located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue NW, Seattle.

    Christmas Eve Tasting Menu at Eden Hill



    Chef Maximillian Petty presents a nightly tasting menu that has become the reason that many people head to Eden Hill. Christmas Eve is no different with an $80-$90 tasting menu featuring dishes created for the special holiday. A hyper-local menu leaves the guest with day-of menu selections, but a festive, a la carte Whole Roasted Jidori Chicken will be available family-style.

    Reservations can be made in the dining room and at the bar on Christmas Eve. To reserve, call 206.708.6836 or reserve online at edenhillrestaurant.com. Eden Hill is located in Queen Anne at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue, Seattle.

    It’s the Most Wonderful Time of the Year with Christmas Eve Specials at RN74





    Alongside RN74’s classic, French-inspired a la carte menu, talented Chef Ben Godwin brings exquisite, French-infused Christmas Eve specials for holiday diners to revel in. The regular dining room menu will be served alongside Christmas Eve specials including Foie Gras and Armagnac Parfait with spiced fig, sauternes and brioche; Whole Roasted Duck with chestnut stuffing, cranberry and orange compote and Pain d’epice; and for something sweet, RN74 offers Christmas Pudding with eggnog custard and mulled winter berries.

    Dinner can be viewed here and is available from 5 – 10:30 p.m. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling 206.456.7474. RN74 is located downtown at 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle.

    A Gorgeous Farm-to-Table Holiday Dinner at Tilth





    Chef Maria Hines has sourced the Northwest’s best seasonal, locally sourced ingredients to create a special Christmas Eve dinner menu at Tilth. The four-course prix fixe menu offers gorgeous, yet comforting holiday classics including Red Beet Tartare with herb salad, walnut and truffle vinaigrette; Root Vegetable Soup with porcini conserva, apple puree and kale crisp; Smoked Heirloom Bean Cassoulet topped with sourdough crumbles; and Aspen Hollow Lamb. The deliciousness continues with desserts such as Theo Chocolate Ganache Cake with chocolate cookie and cocoa cream or Pumpkin Crème Brulee.

    Dinner is offered from 4 – 9 p.m. on Christmas Eve for $80 per person with an additional wine pairing for $50. The full menu can be viewed here. Reservations can be made by visiting tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

    Eat, Drink and Be Merry with Young American Ale House’s All-Night Happy Hour





    Young American Ale House, award-winning Chef Maria Hines’ newest venture, will be serving its all-new happy hour menu from 4 – 10:30 p.m. this Christmas Eve. Hungry guests looking to meet up with friends or take the family out can sink their teeth into Young American’s punched-up Poutine with beef fat fries, cheese curds and Gruyere gravy; Organic Chicken Wing Confit with drunken hot sauce, whipped blue cheese and giardiniera; or for some lighter fare, a Marinated Kale Salad drizzled with creamy oregano vinaigrette, then topped with almonds and cheese curds. Happy hour prices start at $4.

    Friends and family can imbibe with a round of specially-priced craft cocktails, starting at $5, shaken or stirred by Young American’s expert bartender team. Options include The Pioneer with vodka, syrup of the day, lemon and soda; Sazarac with rye, Peychaud’s Bitters and absinthe rinse; and $2.50 Rainer Draft!

    The full menu can be viewed here. Visit mariahinesrestaurants.com or call 206.706.2977 for more. Young American Ale House is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle.

    CHRISTMAS DAY: December 25
    A Stress Free Christmas Day Feast at Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe




    Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe, Seattle’s top seafood restaurant, invites friends and families to celebrate Christmas without the added stress of preparing a grand holiday meal. In the Boathouse, guests can enjoy a beautiful Christmas-inspired three-course menu with seasonal offerings such as Butternut Squash Soup with fried sage and crème fraiche; Spice Rubbed Prime Rib of Beef with whipped potatoes, Brussels sprouts, broccolini, bacon and demi-glace; and Pumpkin Pie with Olympic Mountain vanilla ice cream for $55 per person. The regular Boathouse menu and full children’s menu will also be available.

    In the Cafe, guests will delight in Ray’s signature Christmas Day Buffet including seasonal salads, Northwest Antipasto, Butter Whipped Washington Russet Potatoes, a fresh seafood buffet with Half Shell Oysters, Peel and Eat Prawns and Alaskan Snow Crab, Oven Roasted Turkey with all the trimmings, Roast Prime Rib of Beef, fresh seasonal vegetables, an indulgent dessert table and more! The holiday buffet is available for $55 per person, $20 for children ages five –11 and free for children under five.

    Reservations are required for both the Boathouse and Cafe and are available from 2 – 8 p.m. in the Boathouse and 12 – 8 p.m. in the Cafe. Boathouse reservations can be made by calling 206.789.3770 or visiting rays.com. Cafe reservations can be made by calling 206.782.0094 or visiting rays.com. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe are located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue NW, Seattle.

    NEW YEAR’S EVE: December 31
    Order a Special Osechi-Ryori from I Love Sushi for the New Year





    There are many New Years traditions in Japan, but one of the most delicious traditions is the eating of the Osechi-Ryori. A three-tiered lacquered box that holds colorful dishes featuring food preserved with vinegar, sugar or dried so the food can last a few days, in the true style of Japanese culture. Each item serves as a symbol or wish for the coming year.

    I Love Sushi is offering guests the special opportunity to order an Osechi Ryori. Beautifully prepared dishes include Roasted Wagyu Beef, Grilled King Crab, Soy Marinated Salmon Roe, Simmered Pine Mushroom with Dried Bonito and Chicken Teriyaki. Each Osechi-Ryori is offered at $350.

    Orders can be placed until December 24 for pickup on Dec 31 1 – 4p.m. Please call 425.455.9090 or visit the restaurant to reserve an Osechi-Ryori. I Love Sushi is located at 23 Lake Bellevue Drive, Bellevue.

    Toast to the New Year with Elevated Holiday Fare and Sparkling Wine at Miller’s Guild




    This New Year’s Eve, Chef Jason Wilson’s wood-fired craft cooking restaurant, Miller’s Guild, presents a gorgeous four-course holiday menu worth celebrating such as Dry Aged Steak Tartare with truffled hollandaise; Wood Grilled Prime Rib with peppercorn sauce, horseradish yuzu kosho aioli; Parmesan Thyme Potato Gratin; and for dessert, Meyer Lemon Curd with cranberry, citrus trifle and preserved cherry and meringues.

    The four-course tasting menu is available for $125 per person including a celebratory glass of sparkling wine. To reserve, visit millersguild.com or call 206.443.3663. Millers Guild is located downtown at 612 Stewart Street, Seattle.

    Say Farewell to 2016 on the Waterfront at Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe




    Ray’s Boathouse ends 2016 deliciously with elegant surf and turf specials alongside the regular menu overflowing with other seafood and warm winter classics. Raise a glass to the New Year on the waterfront with an elegant glass of wine or a handcrafted cocktail, such as Ray’s Classic Martini or the Professional with Old Overholt rye whiskey, aged rum, Aperol and Scrappy’s orange bitters.

    The Boathouse will be open from 4 – 9 p.m. and reservations can be made at 206.789.3770 or rays.com. The Cafe will be open from 11:30 a.m. – 8 p.m. serving the regular menu. Cafe reservations can be made at 206.782.0094 or rays.com. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe is located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle.

    Count Down to the New Year at Eden Hill




    Ring in the New Year at Eden Hill with a special seven-course tasting menu of Restaurant Milestones. Eden Hill’s first 15 months has humbly enjoyed critic praise and accolades, and Chef-owner Maximillian Petty notes these significant events through food, including his James Beard Foundation nomination, critic reviews, the diverse summer dinner series, the first anniversary and his recent trip to Dubai. His menu will receive his thoughtful Avant Garde touch featuring special ingredients that arrive at his doorstep in the days leading up to the big night. Specially selected wine pairings will increase the tasting pleasure.

    Chef Maximillian has set his final course – A Chocolate Ball Drop inspired by the famed New Year’s Eve ball that drops in Times Square, New York City. Diners can break the hollow chocolate ball on their plate, releasing beautiful edible glitter reminiscent of a New Years Eve fireworks show.

    The tasting menu is $100 with optional wine pairing. Reservations for New Year’s Eve can be made in the dining room and at the bar until 11 p.m. To reserve, call 206.708.6836 or reserve online at edenhillrestaurant.com. Eden Hill is located in Queen Anne at 2209 Queen Anne Avenue, Seattle.

    A Festive French-Inspired Holiday Tasting Menu + Vegetarian Option at RN74




    Greet the New Year with a tasting menu that beautifully blends French and American cuisine paired with specially selected wines from RN74’s curated cellar. Holiday offerings include Charentais Melon Sorbet with almond cream and caviar; Squab with foie grass, huckleberries and smoked parsnip accompanied by W.T. Vintners Syrah ‘Destiny Ridge’ Horse Heaven Hills; and Filet Mignon en Croute drizzled in a bernaise sauce with heirloom carrots and ox tongue paired with Cadence ‘Cara Mia’ Camerata. Tarte Citron with bitter chocolate completes the meal.

    RN74 also offers a vegetarian tasting menu with sophisticated, modern dishes including Carnaroli Risotto bathed in brown butter and white alba truffles; Salt Baked Celeriac en Croute with mushroom duxelle, heirloom carrot and bernaise; Agnolotti with eggplant, preserved tomato and parmesan; and Artichoke with sunchoke, celery, hazelnut and bergamot.

    Reservations for the first seating, five-courses, are available from 5 – 6:45 p.m., $95 per person, $80 per person for the vegetarian option. Second seating, six-courses, runs from 7 – 10:30 p.m., $125 per person, $100 per person for the vegetarian option. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling 206.456.7474. RN74 is located downtown at 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle.

    An Elegant, Celebratory New Year’s Eve Dinner at Tilth




    Chef Maria Hines welcomes guests to celebrate New Year’s Eve in style with a seasonally-inspired New Year’s Eve dinner menu at Tilth. The four-course prix fixe menu offers elegant, celebratory holiday offerings including White Sturgeon Caviar with deviled egg, crème fraiche and chervil; Rabbit Rillette with house pickles, saba and brioche; Seared Weathervane Scallop with Brussels sprouts, cauliflower and bacon; and more! Guests can indulge in decadent desserts including Cashew Cheesecake with walnut, huckleberry and sorrel while counting down to midnight. 

    Dinner is offered from 4 – 9 p.m. for $80 per person, with an additional wine pairing for $50. The full menu can be viewed here. Reservations can be made by visiting tilthrestaurant.com or by calling 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 1411 N 45th Street, Seattle.

    Ring in the New Year with Young American Ale House’s All-Night Happy Hour




    Young American Ale House, award-winning Chef Maria Hines’ newest venture, will be serving its all-new happy hour menu from 4 – 10:30 p.m. this New Year’s Eve. Those looking to celebrate 2016 coming to an end can chomp on Young American’s Skagit River Ranch Pork Sliders with kohlrabi slaw, barbeque sauce and steam bun; Cheddar Scallion Hush Puppies with remoulade, cornmeal and preserve lemon; or for some lighter fare, Smashed Cucumber with sesame vinaigrette, peanut and cilantro. Happy hour prices start at $4.

    Friends and family can imbibe with a round of specially-priced craft cocktails, starting at $5, shaken or stirred by Young American’s expert bartender team. Options include Barely Legal with lemon, lavender and cava; Sidecar with brandy, lemon and orange liqueur; and $2.50 Rainer Draft!

    The full menu can be viewed here. Visit mariahinesrestaurants.com or call 206.706.2977 for more. Young American Ale House is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle

    NEW YEAR’S DAY: January 1
    Kick-off the New Year at Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe




    Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe invites guests to refuel and recover from New Year’s Eve festivities in the Cafe from 11:30 a.m. – 9 p.m. and in the Boathouse from 5 – 9 p.m. Diners can kick off the New Year in Ray’s Cafe with the popular Ray’s Bloody Mary with house-infused garlic vodka, classic Dmitri’s spicy bloody mix, spicy salt rim and house smoked salmon or the Good Catholic with Jameson Irish whiskey, St. Elizabeth Allspice Dram, vanilla cream, Café Vitta coffee and a dollop of whipped cream paired with Ray’s Seafood Salad or Blackened Salmon Tacos with flour tortillas, cabbage, pico de gallo, cilantro chipotle sour cream and roasted salsa.



    In the evening, guests can head to the Boathouse for succulent menu items such as, Butter Poached Maine Lobster Tail with Tarragon, garlic, ginger, Brussels sprouts, house smoked bacon and Old Bay fried potatoes or start the New Year on the right foot with lighter options such as Grilled Prawns that are spice rubbed and include a fennel-radish salad and chili sauce.

    Boathouse reservations can be made at 206.789.3770 or rays.com. Cafe reservations can be made at 206.782.0094 or rays.com. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe is located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Ave NW, Seattle.

    CULINARY EVENTS + TO-GO OPTION: December
    Spread Holiday Cheer with Cook-offs and Cooking for a Cause at Blue Ribbon Cooking




    Blue Ribbon Cooking on Lake Union provides friends, families, companies and other groups with two unique, exciting options for holiday party experiences, available throughout December and January.

    Beginner chefs and kitchen experts alike will enjoy Blue Ribbon’s Iron Chef cooking competition which has guests compete in teams to create the most delicious dishes of the night, then sit down at a lakeside table to enjoy the meal together. Those looking to make a difference this holiday season can book a Cooking For a Cause event and prepare a meal for a local shelter that Blue Ribbon will deliver while guests sit down to dinner.

    Blue Ribbon is located at 2501 Fairview Avenue E, Seattle. Blue Ribbon operates venues in Lake Union, Capitol Hill, Fremont, University District and Auburn, as well as provide offsite catering. Call 206.328.2442 or visit blueribboncooking.com to book an event.

    Bring Home the Holidays with One of Tilth’s Most Requested Dishes




    For those who prefer to celebrate the holidays in the comfort of home, Chef Maria Hines is offering Tilth’s Smoked Heirloom Bean Cassoulet to go. The smoky, delicious dish is vegetarian, but has been a long-time guest favorite of carnivores and vegetarians alike. The hearty, winter favorite features locally foraged mushrooms, truffle butter, and bread crumbs. Cassoulet to-go is $29 per person.

    Pre-order two days in advance and pick up at Tilth. Instructions on how to heat and serve the dish are included. Call Tilth to order at 206.633.0801.

    SHOPPING AROUND SEATTLE: December
    Heat-up the Holidays with Homemade Hot Sauces from Casco Antiguo




    Pioneers Square’s authentic Mexican Restaurant and Cantina, Casco Antiguo, offers homemade hot sauces that are a fun stocking stuffer this holiday season for the heat fanatic. Created and bottled in house with fewer than five ingredients, no preservatives and all natural, these hot sauces vary on the heat scale and come in five different flavors.

    The Classics
    Pina – pineapple and Habanero peppers, garlic, spices, vinegar and salt – Sweet & Spicy.

    Red Chili – Fresno peppers, garlic, spices, vinegar, salt – Medium Spice.

    Serrano – Serrano peppers, garlic, spices, vinegar, salt –Medium Spice.

    Habanero – Habanero peppers, garlic, spices, vinegar, salt – Spicy.

    Purchase the above sauces separately for $8 or select the holiday gift-set of three for $20.

    Seasonal Sauce
    Hawk Sauce – a beautiful blue and green sauce made with green apple, blueberry and habanero hot sauce – a delicious gift for diehard Seahawks fans. $10.



    Hot sauces can be purchased at the restaurant or by visiting cascoantiguoseattle.com. Casco Antiguo is located in Pioneer Square at 115 Occidental Avenue S Seattle.

    Shop Small with Ethnic Seattle




    Generating greater awareness of the small minority and immigrant owned businesses, Ethnic Seattle is hosting an online market of unique, local, ethnic gift packages for under $100. A small sampling of participating Ethnic Seattle businesses and packages include:

    International District Food Tour – Tickets to a guided food tour with stops at hidden restaurants and foodie hideaways featuring the best in ethnic cuisine. ($65)
    Vita Tea Leaf Sampler Basket – A special flower and herbal tea basket: lychee, coconut, rose, and mint and a tea brewing pot. ($38)
    Essential Ingredients for Pho – Huong Binh’s famed pho recipe, ingredients, and gift certificate for Vietwah Supermarket for additional groceries needed to complete the recipe. ($50)

    Packages are available for online ordering at shopsmallseattle.com 

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  • Gobble Up Thanksgiving Feasts at Local Restaurants 11.14.16

    Flavor abounds this holiday season as several of Seattle’s top restaurants take the stress out of Thanksgiving by offering delicious holiday dinners and convenient to-go options. Menus range from holiday classics and to-go options for family affairs to unique turkey day alternatives, including a long-running vegetarian feast, a French influenced dinner, and seafood options served right alongside traditional fixings.

    Italian Family-Style Feast at Agrodolce  

    Chef Maria Hines provides a family-style, Italian-inspired Thanksgiving feast that mixes the finest seasonal ingredients with traditional Sicilian recipes at Agrodolce. Intended to be shared with family, friends and loved ones, the three-course menu starts off with House Made Focaccia, Arugula and Radicchio Salad and Alvarez Purple Potato Zeppoli with salmon roe and Meyer lemon aioli. The festive feast continues with Caramelized Brussels Sprouts, house-milled Acorn Squash Cavatelli and organic Turkey Breast with roasted yams and sweet potatoes and agrodolce onions. For something sweet, Agrodolce is serving up beautiful Pumpkin Cheesecake with sheep’s milk ricotta, quince and pumpkin seed brittle.

    The family-style dinner, offered from 3 – 6 p.m., is $65 per person with optional wine pairings for $35. Full menu details can be viewed here. Reservations are required and can be made by visiting agrodolcerestaurant.net or by calling 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N 35th Street.

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    Celebrate Cafe Flora’s 25th Annual Vegetarian Thanksgiving 

    Long-standing traditions are what Thanksgiving is about, and Cafe Flora’s celebration is no exception! For 25 years Cafe Flora has offered a memorable, vegetarian Thanksgiving and this year it takes form in two thoughtfully crafted, four-course menus for the whole family. The adult four-course menu includes seasonally-inspired options such as Heirloom Potato, Celery Root, and Black Garlic Soup with black pepper shortbread (available vegan/gluten free), Marsala Mushroom and Cauliflower Ragout over roasted squash with smashed rutabaga and Yukon gold potato, green bean fried shallots and fresh pomegranate-Asian pear chutney (vegan and gluten free), Pumpkin Cheesecake with graham crust, meringue, candied pepitas with chamomile anglaise (vegan and gluten free) and more. Cafe Flora also offers a four-course vegan and gluten-free kids menu with fun, tasty dishes including Cauliflower Potato Corn Chowder with crunchy onion rounds, Garden Salad with carrot ribbons, orange segments, pomegranate seeds and creamy ranch dressing, Mini Shepherd’s Pie with seasonal vegetables in a creamy sauce, topped with Yukon gold mashed potato, served with green beans, crispy onions and cranberry sauce, and Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream for dessert!

    The four-course menu is $75 per person; the kids menu is $25 for children age 12 and under. Full menus can be viewed by visiting cafeflora.com and reservations can be made by calling 206.325.9100. Cafe Flora is located in Madison Valley at 2901 East Madison Street.

     

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    Inspired Thanksgiving Classics and To-Go Meals at Miller’s Guild 

    Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson presents a gorgeous Thanksgiving spread with dressed-up classic dishes at his wood-fired, craft cooking restaurant, Miller’s Guild. The same menu is offered for those that would rather enjoy the holiday at home around the dining room table. Either option will deliver a memorable Thanksgiving with Smoked Duram Ranch Wagyu Beef Prime Rib with truffled watercress and whipped horseradish or Turkey Leg Confit with shrapnel gravy. Sides include Truffle Mashed Potatoes, Turkey Schmaltz Stuffing with house made sourdough and more. For dessert, guests can indulge in Pecan Pie, Pumpkin Pie or Brown Sugar Apple Crisp with buttermilk vanilla ice cream. For those really looking to feast, Miller’s Guild offers extras such as Roasted Bella Bella Farms Foie Gras, Grilled King Crab Legs and Handmade Tagliatelle Pasta with parmesan fondue, shaved French black truffles pancetta and poached egg. Diners can also expect a carefully curated list of elegant white and red wines, sparkling champagnes and seasonally-inspired craft cocktails to be thankful for this year at Miller’s Guild including Fall Migration with aged Martinique rum, walnut liqueur, fresh cranberry juice and maple syrup.

    For those who prefer to enjoy their holiday dinner in the comfort of their own home, Miller’s Guild offers the Thanksgiving menu as a delicious and stress free to-go option, $49.85 per person. Orders must be placed by November 20 and picked up on November 23. The Thanksgiving dinner menu enjoyed at Miller’s Guild is $89 per adult and $48 per child age 12 and under. Full menu can be viewed here. Reservations and to-go orders can be made by calling 206.443.3663 or online at millersguild.com. Miller’s Guild is located downtown at 612 Stewart Street.

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    Fresh, Flavorful Seafood and More at Iconic Ray’s Boathouse & Cafe 

    Seattle’s premiere seafood destinations, Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe, offers elegant, holiday favorites and fresh seafood specialties. In the Boathouse, guests can enjoy a three-course a la carte Thanksgiving dinner. To start, guests can enjoy Butternut Squash Soup with fried sage and crème fraiche, Autumn Chicory Salad or Dungeness Crab Cocktail. Main course options include Ray’s Oven Roasted Turkey with chestnut-herb stuffing, cranberries, green beans and gravy, Spice Rubbed Prime Rib of Beef, Grilled King Salmon or Pan Seared Halibut. For dessert, Ray’s offers signature fresh-baked Pumpkin Pie with Olympic Mountain vanilla ice cream. The three-course menu is available for $55 per person, half price for children ages five-11 and free for children under five.  In the Cafe, Ray’s will showcase their signature Thanksgiving buffet. With a wide array of dishes to choose from, diners can assemble their perfect Thanksgiving feast with noteworthy options such as fresh-shucked Half Shell Oysters, Peel and Eat Prawns, and Alaskan Snow Crab at the Seafood Bar and Shucking StationHouse Smoked Northwest Salmon at the Carving Station, Oregon Bay Shrimp Salad with cucumber, tomato, lemon and herbs, Manila Clams, Butter Whipped Washington Russet Potatoes, Oven Roasted Turkey, Traditional Herbed Stuffing, Glazed Carrots, a multitude of house-made seasonal desserts, and much more.

    The holiday buffet is available for $55 per person, $20 for children ages five-11 and free for children under five.  Full menus can be viewed here. Reservations are required for both the Boathouse and Cafe and are available from 11:30 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Boathouse and 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. in the Cafe. Boathouse reservations can be made by calling 206.789.3770 or visiting rays.com. Cafe reservations can be made by calling 206.782.0094 or visiting rays.com. The Boathouse Bar does not take reservations, but will be open with a limited Thanksgiving menu. Ray’s Boathouse and Cafe are located in Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue NW, Seattle.

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    French-Inspired Fare to Be Thankful For at RN74 

    Newly announced Executive Chef Ben Godwin brings French-inspired fare and specially selected wines from RN74’s curated cellar for Thanksgiving dinner. The unique, delicious holiday offerings include Glazed Veal Sweetbreads with sunchoke, matsutake and sourdough paired with Walter Scott Chardonnay La Combe VerteShort Rib Bourguignon with oxtail croquette, pot roast vegetables and bone marrow custard accompanied by Va Piano Cabernet Blend OxButter Basted Heritage Turkey with roasted chestnut and foie gras stuffing and cranberry-orange compote paired with Frédéric Magnien Bourgogne Rouge, and Vanilla Beignet and Butterscotch Pudding with Smith-Woodhouse 10 year Tawny Port and more.

    The dinner menu is $70 per person; the wine pairing is an additional $35. The full menu can be viewed here. Reservations can be made by visiting michaelmina.net or by calling 206.456.7474. RN74 is located downtown at 1433 4th Avenue and Pike Street.

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  • Miller’s Guild Fires Up Guest Chef Series 09.19.16

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    Chef Jason Wilson + Miller’s Guild are inviting chefs from Portland with the same affinity for live fire cooking and wood-fired grills for a three-part guest chef series.

    Sunday, Sept 25: Ox takes over Miller’s Guild

    Along with Chef Jason Wilson, chef-owners Greg Denton and Gabrielle Quinonez Denton of Ox will prepare a tasting menu and a la carte menu with all dishes from the Ox cookbook, Around the Fire. The creative dishes will include Grilled Corn Empanadas, Squid and Octopus Salad, Smoked Beef Tongue (pictured below, credit Evan Sung), Clam Chowder, Grilled Lamb Heart, Grilled Halibut on the Bone, Grilled Marcella Sauasage, Tres Leches Cake.  A la carte items will include: Broiled Cantaloupe, Maple Glazed Carrots, Fried Potatoes, Roasted Cauliflower, Beef Empanadas, Grilled Maitake, and more. Jason of Miller’s Guild and the Denton’s will cook alongside at the chef’s counter. 8-course tasting menu is $145 and includes a signed copy of Around the Fire. Signed copies of Around the Fire will also be available for $35.



    Friday, Nov. 4: Chef Doug Adams

    Top Chef finalist, formerly of Imperial, and most recently the new chef of the upcoming Bullard in Portland, Chef Doug Adams will join Chef Jason Wilson in a collaborative tasting menu and a la carte menu that is indicative of both chefs’ approach to cooking with live fire.


    Saturday, Jan 21: Vitaly Paley

    Chef Jason and Chef Vitaly, of Imperial and Paley’s Place, share more than wood-fired grills at their respective restaurants – they both bring a host of accolades, including James Beard awards, and an intense focus on northwest ingredients. The accomplished chefs will create a wood-fired focused tasting menu with a la carte options for guests.



    For menus, reservations and more news, visit online, Facebook, Instagram + Twitter.

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  • Chef Jason Wilson Announces Bellevue Restaurant 11.19.15

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    For Immediate Release

    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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  • Celebrate Easter with Special Brunch + Dinner Menus! 03.20.15

    There are plenty of options for friends and family to enjoy Easter Sunday together as local restaurants prepare specialty menus for the April 5 holiday. From savory, hearty dishes to sweet treats and vegetarian-friendly meals, guests can enjoy breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner together at many of Seattle’s finest restaurants. Read on and make your reservations today!



    Agrodolce
    James Beard Award-winning Chef Maria Hines has prepared a Sicilian Easter brunch menu for Agrodolce that has something for every palate. The three-course prix-fixe menu showcases light spring ingredients alongside robust, hearty fare and sweet, decadent choices.

    Start with such items as Spicy Greens Salad with castelvetrano olives, toasted almonds, creamy pecorino and oregano vinaigrette. Then move onto Spring Hash with lamb sausage, spring onion and a sunny side up egg, or Asparagus Omelette with wild mushrooms and mama lil’s coulis. Finish your meal with Chocolate Cannoli made with sheep’s milk ricotta, candied orange and powdered sugar. The full menu can be found here.

    Three-course prix-fixe brunch is $25 per person. Extended brunch hours run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children may order brunch items a la carte. For reservations, click here or call 206.547.9707. Agrodolce is located in Fremont at 709 N. 35th Street, Seattle.



    Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge
    Bell + Whete’s modern take on Norman-inspired dishes are the perfect complement to your Easter Sunday brunch or dinner. From traditional favorites to new and surprising options, Bell + Whete captures Old-World cuisine perfectly.

    Menu items include Beet and Warm Kale Salad with pomegranate, yogurt and grains, Fig and Chocolate Hazelnut Crepe, or for dinner, Rotisserie Chicken with fingerling potatoes and melting onions. Full menus can be found here.

    Weekend brunch is served from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. and dinner from 4 p.m. to late. For reservations, click here or call 206.538.0180. Bell + Whete European Kitchen + Lounge is located in Belltown at 200 Bell Street, Seattle.



    Cafe Flora
    Cafe Flora has an extensive vegetarian and vegan brunch menu that is perfect for those looking for a healthy and hearty Easter meal. Whether you are craving a protein-packed dish to get you going for the day or looking to satisfy your sweet tooth, Cafe Flora is sure to please.

    Options include; Spiced Apple Waffle, cornmeal waffle, spiced apple compote, ginger infused mascarpone and pecan oat crumble, Strawberry Rhubarb French Toast made with brioche dipped in a rich egg batter, rhubarb compote, strawberry syrup, vanilla creme anglaise, and Rancho Colorado Scramble made with eggs or seasoned tofu, slow cooked rancho bean with tomatillos, fresh chilies, sweet corn, queso fresco and blue corn tortilla chips. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Sunday brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Reservations for six or more can be made by calling 206.325.9100. Cafe Flora is located at 2901 E. Madison St., Seattle.



    Golden Beetle
    Golden Beetle’s Mediterranean-inspired restaurant from Chef Maria Hines features a special three-course brunch menu perfect for Easter Sunday. Local ingredients and bold flavors and spices from the Eastern Mediterranean are combined to create one-of-a-kind dishes.

    Options include; Arabic Egg with asparagus, potato latka and cumin, Braised Pork Shank Hash with mama lils, hollandaise and poached eggs, and Chocolate Torte with car acara marmalade, crème anglaise and Chantilly. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Brunch is $25 per person for the three-course menu. Extended brunch hours run from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Children may order brunch items a la carte. For reservations, click here or call 206.706.2977. Golden Beetle is located in Ballard at 1744 NW Market Street, Seattle.



    Local 360 Cafe & Bar
    Only the freshest, local ingredients can be found at Local 360, ensuring an Easter brunch that’s sure to please local and out-of-town guests alike.

    Brunch items include; Goat’s Milk Yogurt with fruit, honey and granola, Rabbit Sausage Biscuit Sandwich with egg, cheddar, bourbon gastrique and grits, and Palouse Chickpea Cake with refrigerator pickles and goat’s yogurt. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Weekend brunch is served from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. For reservations click here or call 206.441.9360. Local 360 Cafe & Bar is located in Belltown at 2234 1st Avenue, Seattle.



    Miller’s Guild
    Miller’s Guild features wood-fired New American cuisine from James Beard Award-winning Chef Jason Wilson, including 75-day dry-aged beef. Featuring a new brunch menu, with items not seen elsewhere, Miller’s Guild will make Easter brunch memorable for parties large and small.

    Most items are cooked in the roaring inferno grill while others are crafted by hand, including Rib Cap Steak & Eggs as You Like ‘Em with mustard greens, crispy potatoes and toast; Buttermilk Fried Chicken and Biscuits with cheddar cheese gravy and a fried egg; Bacon White Chocolate Bread Pudding with spiced candied bacon and banana caramel, and Housemade Maple Glazed Donut with praline walnuts and vanilla pastry cream. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Sunday brunch is served from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. For reservations, click here or call 206.443.3663. Miller’s Guild is located downtown at 620 Stewart Street, Seattle.



    Ray’s Boathouse & Café
    Don’t miss out on the Ray’s Boathouse & Café brunch, lunch and dinner buffets, only available on select holidays! Indulge in fresh, local seafood and delicious brunch favorites from the Boathouse brunch menu or Café buffet while taking in one of Seattle’s best views. Special children’s menus are available in the Boathouse, and in the Café children five to 11 years of age are $20 and children under 5 years of age dine free.

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    Boathouse brunch items include Ray’s Benedict with Dungeness crab meat, baby arugula, poached eggs, hollandaise and roasted red potatoes, French Toast with cinnamon-vanilla custard, Challah bread, Vermont maple syrup and Uli’s breakfast sausage, and Fried Oysters and Hollandaise with wakame salad and tobiko.

    Café
    The Café buffet menus feature large selections for brunch, lunch and dinner including Eggs Benedict, Fennel Dusted Ling Cod, Bay Shrimp Mac n’ Cheese, Herb Roasted Loin of Berkshire Pork, Roasted Beets with goat’s milk cheese, hazelnuts and arugula, Snow Crab Legs, Spring Lamb and an assortment of Housemade Desserts and Pastries. Full menus for both can be found here.

    Brunch and dinner will be available in the Boathouse, while buffets for brunch, lunch and dinner will be available in the Café. The Café will open at 9 a.m. and the Boathouse will open at 9:30 a.m. Last seating will be at 7 p.m. for both venues. No happy hour will be served on Easter Sunday. For Boathouse reservations call 206.789.3770 or click here. For Café reservations call 206.782.0094 or click here. Ray’s Boathouse and Café are located just outside Ballard at 6049 Seaview Avenue Northwest, Seattle.



    Sushi Kappo Tamura
    Replace your traditional Easter brunch and partake in fresh, sustainable sushi, seafood, and other Japanese dishes. Local, seasonal ingredients from the Pacific Northwest are used to create delicious Japanese cuisine and Easter is no exception.

    Enjoy Chef Taichi Kitamura’s Brunch Gozen with three options including Hiru Gozen with maitake mushrooms, braised Snake River Ranch wagyu beef skirt steak konabe and Chef’s sashimi. Guests can also dine on Nigiri Gozen with seven pieces of nigiri sushi and gozen sides. Bara Chirashi includes sushi rice layered with nori, tamago, ginger and topped with a mix of tuna, salmon, yellowtail, albacore and masago. Nabeyaki Udon is offered with wild gulf prawn tempura, duck breast, local Manila clams, kamaboko, yuchoy, green onions, house made millet mochi, poached organic egg, and udon noodles in housemade umami dashi with a side of and inari sushi.

    Brunch is served from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For reservations click here or call 206.547.0937. Sushi Kappo Tamura is located in Eastlake at 2968 Eastlake Avenue East, Seattle.



    Tilth
    Tilth is a favorite brunch spot for locals and out-of-towners alike and Chef Maria Hines has created a special three-course prix fixe for Easter. Enjoy brunch in the intimate craftsman house or on their garden patio. Organic and locally sourced ingredients along with friendly staff that treat their customers like family creates a welcoming Easter Sunday setting.

    The menu includes Coffee Roasted Celery Root Salad with baby lettuces, holmquist hazelnuts and maple vinaigrette, Cheddar Biscuits and Smoked Chicken Gravy with Washington chicken, fried egg and preserved lemon, and Housemade Sourdough Waffle with maple butter, apple compote and candied pecan. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Extended brunch hours will be from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Brunch is $30 per person for the three-course menu. Children can order menu items a la carte. For reservations click here or call 206.633.0801. Tilth is located in Wallingford at 141 N 45th Street, Seattle.



    Volterra
    Volterra is offering an extensive Tuscan-inspired Easter brunch menu at its Ballard and Kirkland locations with an addition of a special dinner menu at its Ballard location. The deliciously fragrant flavors of Italy are imported by Chef Don Curtiss and combined with ingredients that make the Pacific Northwest so unique, making Volterra an excellent choice for any occasion.

    Brunch items include; Chestnut Pancakes with buckwheat and chestnut flour pancakes, sautéed apples, chestnut flavored mascarpone and powdered sugar, Duck and Yukon Gold Potato Hash with duck leg confit, rosemary crispy potatoes, roasted red peppers, sautéed spinach and fried eggs, and Milano! Milano! with savory herb bread pudding, eggs, asparagus tips and smoked Gouda cream. The dinner special features Hunter’s Style Rabbit with naturally raised American rabbit braised with Chianti wine, bell peppers, plum tomatoes, oregano, creamy polenta and seasonal market vegetables. The full brunch menu can be found here.

    Volterra is open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Easter Sunday. For reservations click here or call 206.789.5100. Volterra Ballard is located at 5411 Ballard Avenue NW.

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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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  • New Outdoor Patio at Miller’s Guild 06.26.14

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    Looking for a place to soak up the Seattle sun this summer? Head over to Miller’s Guild located next to Hotel Max, to relax and enjoy wood-fire cooking and summer cocktails amidst the hustle and bustle of downtown.

    Miller’s Guild offers brunch, lunch, happy hour and dinner service on their new patio, which seats up to twenty. Perfect for a hearty brunch, happy hour with friends, or a memorable date night, the new outdoor seating provides a relaxing yet contemporary experience for a suave summer meal under the sun.

    Experience the rich and sizzling flavors that Seattle’s award-winning chef Jason Wilson has to offer. He didn’t earn a James Bear Award for nothing! Enjoy his smoking hot selections straight off the 9-foot-long Infierno grill, such as the Wagyu Beef Zabuton Steak and Hearth Roasted Scallops. Or keep it cool with the refreshing Butter Lettuce Wedge Salad, tastefully crafted with house bacon, Rogue River blue cheese, and apples.

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    In addition to the new patio, Miller’s Guild launched a summer-inspired cocktail menu! Many of Miller’s Guild cocktails are uniquely fashioned with their own barrel-aged spirits. Barrel aging the spirits allows their distinctive flavors to meld together creating even richer and tastier cocktails.

    Be sure to try one of their specialty cocktails such as the Playa de Sangre, with cask aged Mezcal, Ancho Reyes, Cherry Heering, fresh orange juice, and Sweet Vermouth; or the Ciudad Viega, with Ron Zacapa 23 Year Rum, Lairds Bottled in Bond, Pierre Ferrand Dry Curacao, Benedictine, and Creole Bitters. If cocktails aren’t your imbibing preference, select a glass from their vast, curated wine selection or sip the non-alcoholic Fortunella Fizz, with grapefruit, elderflower, syrup and lime. Just check out what the World’s Best Bars had to say about Miller’s Guild in their special bar guide to Seattle.

    View the full list of new cocktail options on the Miller’s Guild website.


    Relax and enjoy a cocktail outdoors this summer amidst the hustle and bustle of downtown 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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