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Brought to you by Erin & Mike Easton, Bar Bacetto is a cozy 16 seat bar (21+) with a small menu of classic cocktails, antipasti, and fresh pasta dishes. The dynamic, ever changing menu can be found on our giant chalkboard.
We welcome parties of 4 and smaller.
The Pasta Table can seat up to 6 guests. It can be booked once a night via direct message through the open table app. We prefer to serve the entire menu family style for this reservation.
We are a 21+ establishment.
The Tide Tables restaurant is open until September 16th.
The Net Shed will reopen in October on Saturdays (no reservations) .
A few things to note about your reservation:
We will have community seating this year, so you may be sharing our large picnic tables with another group.
All reservations are for 1.5 hours based on your reservation start time, we recommend arriving on time to ensure you get the whole time.
You can now make reservations for up to 20 people.
The Net Shed is open for walk in space, so if there are no reservations available you can still come out and sit at the Net Shed where we will have beer, wine, DIY oysters and seasonal nibbles(:
Ambrosia Bistro was conceived by Scott and Kara Cook to bring a feeling of downtown to the Spokane Valley. Located near historic Millwood, our inventive cuisine, great selection of spirits and Northwest wines, as well as our attentive staff are all designed to make your visit to Ambrosia a truly memorable one.
We have seasonal patio dining, a full bar, both booth and table seating, and we are fully handicapped accessible. Our flexible seating allows us to accommodate groups up to 45 people with advanced notice. We also offer off-site catering for groups up to 150.
From the moment you walk in we hope you will feel like you are a guest in our living room. We believe authentic Italian food and wine are a way of life. All dishes are prepared with passion and tradition using only the freshest, highest quality, real Italian ingredients. Montalcino is a perfect location for a romantic date night, elegant birthday or anniversary celebration, a relaxed family dinner, or any special occasion.
A quality menu with a unique wine selection including wines produced throughout Italy as well as some wines from the beautiful state of Washington.
Buon Appetito and Salute!
Please note we are a small restaurant and children (babies) need to me accounted for in your reservation if you need seating/highchair. Stroller space is limited and may not always be accommodated.
Tucked away on Main Street in Bothell, a walkable neighborhood teaming with local art, culture and food, the artfully handcrafted krō bär has been reclaimed from the bones of Bothell’s historic hardware store in the Mohn building. The 16-foot-high tin ceilings, a hanging catwalk and the original wood floors were uncovered and restored.
Please note we are 21 and older only.
Due to the size of our location, we are unable to seat parties of more than 4 guests.
Cafe Juanita serves prix-fixe multi-course tasting menus with optional wine pairings, and many other tempting possibilities to embellish your meal. Current menus can be viewed at www.cafejuanita.com. We are happy to modify dishes for dietary restrictions; please advise when making reservations. We offer four tasting menus from which you may choose: omnivore, pescatarian, vegetarian, and vegan, ranging in price per person from $150-$190. We have a supplemental a la carte menu, and tasting menu items can also be ordered a la carte.
Dress code is elegant, formal *no leisure or athletic attire please.
Ordering one of Sushi Kashiba's chef curated sushi dinners is probably your best bet. The cuts of salmon, toro, tuna, yellowtail and other fish are always fresh and beautifully presented. The meal is finished off with Sushi Kashiba's trademark cake-like egg dessert. The restaurant also features à la carte items like agedashi tofu, oysters on the half shell and Chef Kashiba's New York Times featured black cod kasuzuke.
No Minors. Smart attire encouraged. We kindly ask that you refrain from overly casual attire.
We look forward to hosting you in Deep Dive! Until we meet at the table....
Open daily, except Mondays.
For wine events and dinner schedule, or more information on private parties, visit www.locuswines.com
For parties of 8 or more & private event inquiries please contact us at olympic@Fairmont.com.
Founders Club, an intimate spirit drinker’s enclave, showcases unique and sought-after bottles for the connoisseurs and adventurous drinkers alike. With a secluded and serene social club feel, Founders Club is poised to deliver an all-new, exclusive Seattle experience.
An exquisite spirits collection selected by our expert beverage team is supported by a menu of classically inspired innovative and elegant cocktails. The meticulous craftsmanship and the purity of refined flavor will indulge your sense of curiosity.
Food service is not available in Founder's Club, but Fairmont Olympic Hotel is pleased to offer diverse menus in The George, Olympic Bar, and Shuckers.
We have a limited number of tables for on-premise dining. Reservations are recommended. Takeout is also available through our website. theguesthouserestaurant.com.
- ANAjayNvipSeattle / Eastern Washington •28 reviews4.0Dined 1 day agoAn honest and detailed review. We ordered many dishes and here’s what we felt about them. cheese and meat plate; excellent Croquettes; excellent batatas bravos; interpretation is not very appetizing Spanish tortilla; interpretation falls flat. Served cold with slices of bread that wasn’t needed Crispy paella rice with shrimp; excellent; garlic aoili to die for; shrimp presentation was poor Scallops; excellent Pan de tomato; weird interpretation. Haphazardly served Desserts and drinks; excellent.More infoMariPili Tapas BarPrice: Expensive• Tapas / Small Plates• Capitol Hill / First Hill•4.7
- BBBB22vipSeattle / Eastern Washington •54 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoIt was a lovely late dinner before closing and our waitress was so nice and we got served really quickly. The miso soup and sushi were all so tasty. And it’s such a pretty restaurant.More infoMomiji Capitol HillPrice: Expensive• Japanese• Capitol Hill / First Hill•4.8
- LOLiveOutLoudExclusive •8 reviews5.0Dined 2 days agoEric was fantastic and because of him we had an exceptional experience. His recommendations were spot on, his descriptions and knowledge of the food, history, was truly above and beyond. We loved every minute of our experience. The pasta, cauliflower, wine, dessert, chicory salad - everything was absolutely perfect!More infoSpinassePrice: Very Expensive• Italian• Capitol Hill / First Hill•4.8
- HKHannaKvipNew York / Tri-State Area •2 reviews5.0Dined 3 days agoHad a great experience! Ambience was great! Service was spectacular! Food was amazing!More infoBateauPrice: Very Expensive• Contemporary French / American• Capitol Hill / First Hill•4.5
- AAnjiSeattle / Eastern Washington •3 reviews5.0Dined on Sep 23, 2023Beautiful space, great service, delicious food! We'll definitely be back.More infoOsteria La SpigaPrice: Moderate• Italian• Capitol Hill / First Hill•4.4
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