How To Cook A Wolf

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2208 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, WA 98109
(206) 838-8090
$ $
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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  • Chef Matt Fortner puts his own stamp on the menu of this unfussy Italian-via-Northwest style restaurant. [Eater 38 Member]
  • Try the Chocolate Pudding Cake with peanut butter gelato and peanut brittle - So good. The picture does not do it justice!!!
  • an awesome little restaurant on the top of Queen Anne hill
  • Ethan are amazing!
  • Unbelievable meal! Heirloom tomato salad, chicken liver mousse, hamachi crudo, risotto with corn, marscapone and chanterelles and bucatini with crab, basil, and grape tomatoes. Mind blowing.
  • Make sure you have the gnocchi and a vodka tonic. Great italian food to die for. Worth the annoying parking situation.
  • Raw plates, beef carpaccio and escolar tuna if u r a fan of super white tuna sashimi, both simple but delish!!!
  • Waiting to see when the delicious anchovy pasta is back on the menu - so delicious
  • Go to How To Cook A Wolf for a special din din with friends.
  • Great food, drinks and service but a little too LOUD, small, and dark.
  • Bruschetta was so unique and delicious.
  • Quiet & cozy atmosphere. I can see why people say it's good for dates. The agnolotti w/ butternut squash & brown butter is amazing!
  • Try the Expresso Rubbed Pork Tenderloin (via @Foodspotting)
  • Try the Albacore Tuna Crudo (via @Foodspotting)
  • So awesome. Great service and wine suggestions. The hamachi is really good, as is their bolognese pasta.
  • Truly our favorite Ethan Stowell restuarant! The Chicken Liver Mousse and Beef Carpaccio make it hard to stay away.
  • Love the geoduck, beef carpaccio and Swiss Chard Agnolotti!
  • Everything is shareable so get about 2 plates per person (factor in dessert). Recommend polenta fritters to start, pork belly for meat, and strozzapreti for pasta. But remember menu changes!
  • Pesto, pasta, scallops