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We went during Restaurant Week. Our salad and artichoke appetizers were terrific. The second course of paperadelle Bolognese was good, but we thought would have been better a little saucier and a little more flavor. We are looking forward to going back and trying their pizza. We loved the atmosphere and service was great. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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The service and food were absolutely phenomenal. Unfortunately, the hostess failed to mention we were celebrating a birthday and it went unnoticed by our server. The hostess also seated us at a less than stellar table that had cold wind hitting us every time the door opened. We made these reservations months in advance and indicated there was a special birthday and the hostess failed to take that into account when seating us. If you plan on celebrating and want a great table, it’s best to call ahead and speak directly with someone as they won’t pay attention via opentable. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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We are located in heart of Mill Creek Town Center, serving European inspired cuisine, including scratch-made pastas, french crepes and much more. Our wine & beer list is carefully crafted focusing on local winery and breweries. Home-made Gelato is made from scratch with ingredients directly imported from Italy and with fruits we source from local farmers markets.More
This engaging, contemporary restaurant offers scratch-made ingredients served bento style. Inspired by Japanese bento boxes, Nordstrom and the Tom Douglas team have transformed this unique culinary concept into an appealing modern menu featuring the traditional assortment of proteins, rice and pickled vegetables (with a Northwest twist) that you can mix and match into a delicious meal. Customize your bento box at our counter, then choose from a selection of unique beverages, including nonalcoholic and alcoholic specialties. You can dine at your own pace in our fun, high-energy environment—or build a bento to go! More
Opening November 2018 in Kenmore, Wash. by local restaurateurs James Weimann and Deming Maclise, Seaplane Kitchen & Bar offers guests an approachable atmosphere perfect for drinks with friends, a family dinner, date night and everything in between. In the kitchen, Executive Chef and Co-owner Jason Stoneburner, serves up a menu centered around stone hearth pizzas, shareable roasted veggies, and Northwest fisheries and farms. The bar program, headed by Bastille and Stoneburner Bar Manager and Seaplane Co-owner Erik Carlson, features 14 drafts with a heavy tilt towards regional breweries and wineries, and food-friendly cocktails highlighting agricultural spirits and seasonal ingredients.More
We are located on the main floor of the Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Issaquah, which has been an Issaquah staple for 11 years. We were launched as a re-branded restaurant on May 15th, 2018, with a desire to break the mundane “hotel food” mold. At Trailhead Kitchen + Bar we believe that hotel food should be more than just burgers and fries!
Our menu is inspired by the riches of the Pacific Northwest and the incredible community surrounding us. Our Salmon Panino, Washington Apple Harvest Salad, and Steak Au Poivre will give visitors a true taste of the region and locals a taste of home.
We pride ourselves in serving creative and delicious meals in a laid back warm atmosphere. We also feature craft cocktails (and mocktails!), local beers and an extensive wine list.
We are excited to share our passion for food and drink with Issaquah locals and our out-of-town guests! We look forward to welcoming you soon!More
Shipbuilder Robert Moran built his mansion in the Arts and Crafts style – celebrating honesty of craftsmanship, simplicity in design, and the joys of family and nature. He designed the veranda surrounding the mansion as a gateway between the indoors and out... a place for his family to gather, enjoy refreshments, and harmonize with nature.
These ideals also inspire our restaurant. From sourcing local foods to offering crafted menu selections, we hope you will enjoy the flavors created in The Mansion kitchen, the stunning view of the islands and the time you spend here with the ones you love.
The iconic city tucked inside the Pacific northwest coast does see a lot of rain, but when the sun shines on Seattle, it dazzles. Don’t miss the chance to dine at one of the many waterfront restaurants serving oysters and Pacific-caught seafood. Take a stroll downtown and wander in and out of bookshops and bakeries. Arguably the birthplace of American coffee culture, there’s hardly a better place to enjoy leisurely lattes accompanied by hours of computing and the occasional pen and paper sketch.