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We have treated ourselves to Gian Franco for our Anniversary and my wife's birthday for the past 3 years. We look forward to it every year and are never disappointed. Such good food and we end up taking home so much because the portions are amazing! MoreOpenTable Diner -
Took my girlfriend for her birthday with a party of eight. Our waitress was great and explained the menu in detail which was very nice. The food was great, very good. Party of eight and we all had different things and they all loved what they had. The music (live) as great. Not to load. Just right! Plan on going back again and again. Highly recommended!! MoreOpenTable Diner -
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In the heart of Woodinville Wine Country, Heritage Restaurant|Bar is a locally owned, full-service establishment. Woodinville resident chef/owner Breanna Beike fashioned Heritage as a community hub and casual meeting place where residents gather often, tourists don’t feel like tourists, and the food and drinks are approachable and moderately priced.
Heritage Restaurant|Bar is family friendly, great for date night, and a wine-tourist “not to be missed” location. We are the easy, fun, down-to-earth center of the Hollywood Hill roundabout and a destination in vibrant Woodinville. Heritage is a come-as-you-are kind of place that you’ll love.More
At Poquitos we strive to present authentic Mexican cuisine prepared with ingredients that are the best of both worlds- outstanding local sourcing for our meats and produce; unique and direct sourcing for items essential to honoring the culinary traditions of Mexico. Our menu features fresh local tortillas, guacamole made to order only from fresh avocados, Mexico City-inspired tacos al pastor, coastal ceviche, and seasonal specials.More
A quaint, tree-filled downtown leads to a sprawling waterfront, creating the perfect backdrop to Kirkland. Kirkland is one of Eastside Seattle's hidden gems; you can wander past fro-yo creameries and sinfully rich espresso bars on your way to the water or detour for a painting class that doubles as a wine tasting. Looking for something a little more wild? There is a rising food scene geared toward adventurous eaters, with restaurants clamoring to make wild boar tenderloin or a bit of braised rabbit easily available to diners. Round off your meal with some coffee and macaroons for dessert. Plenty of bars are open for nightcaps to complete your evening.