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952 E Seneca St (at 10th Ave)
Seattle, WA 98122
(206) 323-5275
New American, Wine Bar
$ $ $ $
Mon–Sun: 5:00 PM–11:00 PM

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Foursquare Tips

  • A local product focused restaurant where Johnathan Sundstrom showcases all purveyors from the Pacific Northwest. Big and small plates make it for fun eating. After dinner get a cocktail next door at L
  • Owner-chef Johnathan Sundstroms seasonal arraydivided on the menu into cheeses, vegetables and grains, charcuterie, fish, and meatis fired with invention.
  • The Pork Belly Tarte Tatin with Soy Ginger Caramel and Spicy Pineapple is a must try. Tip: the recipe is featured in "The Better Bacon Book" for iPads.
  • Pork belly is to die for!
  • Excellent service and really good food!
  • Wow. Foodie delight. Food was fantastic. Would totally recommend the hanger steak. Service was a bit slow but food made up for any of that!
  • I wanted to love this place, but the menu was limited and overpriced. Gorgeous atmosphere though- good spot for a drink.
  • Beautiful high ceilings, friendly staff, and a lugubrious bartender plying you with boozy cocktails all lead up to delicious local fare.
  • Green chickpea caldo for brunch
  • Well, the pork belly was not a disappointment, nor the hamachi starter, nor mushrooms, not the .. actually, every piece of food was great. And friendly staff.
  • Tasty. A tad pricy.
  • Nice place. Good for dates but please don't ever take a girl out on a first date to a restaurant.
  • Gnocchi was very good! It just melted in mouth
  • Very nice set up of the restaurant. They just had a new location. Food is good - we had duck, pasta and foie gras.
  • New location is so pretty. Still the best Resturant in Seattle. Check out the Raw bar upstairs
  • Fine dining with great service. The pomme de terre robouchon is a must. It's buttery and silken
  • Best steak tartare of my life
  • You know how sometimes you go somewhere and you think "Wow, this is really good, why haven't I been here lately?" I'm sufficiently impressed with the consistency and seasonal thoughtfulness.
  • Perfect spot for a date night.
  • Thierry Rautureau, chef of Loulay Kitchen & Bar, eats here on his nights off. He loves the Landjger sausage.