February 6, 2017

FEBRUARY IS FOR (OYSTER) LOVERS Ah oysters, the little bivalve with the salty reputation that’s grown so exquisitely here in the Pacific Northwest. With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we thought it would be a fun time to explore the rumored aphrodisiac a bit closer. Some say it’s bunk. Others say it’s the fact that…

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January 23, 2017

We invite you to experience a unique 5-course Valentines dinner. Our team will guide you through dishes like Kusshi Oysters to Filet Mignon. Optional beverage pairings will be available. *Regular dinner menu will also be available. We look forward to making your evening a special one!   Valentines Dinner Menu 5-Course Menu | $95 per person…

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January 11, 2017

It’s the New Year, new resolutions have been made, and many of us are taking a sober look at the world. Or, at the very least, at our glasses. Whether you’re going dry for January or just want something refreshing yet alcohol-free, Beverage Director Amanda Reed has a decadent solution: a shrub drink. A shrub…

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January 3, 2017

In celebration of our 1 year anniversary, enjoy a special 3-course menu for two featuring our guest’s favorites for $60 (Value $120). Our team will guide you through dishes like Yellowtail, Kobocha Squash, Wagyu Braised Oxtail and Smoked Caramel Panna Cotta.   1 Year Anniversary Menu 3-Course Menu |$60 per two guests Available January 16 – February 8 …

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December 25, 2016

With New Year’s Eve around the corner we thought it a perfect time to celebrate bubbles. Of course, to some extent Champagne—and Cava, Prosecco, and a host of sparkling New World siblings—seems wasted on the holidays. Naming a time that’s wrong for champagne is like choosing a favorite child: nearly impossible. “I think Champagne goes…

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December 6, 2016

While everyone else is trying to decide what Washington wine to pair with their favorite holiday dish, we suggest you spend some time putting together a punch. Punch is the great equalizer. It’s something everyone from Uncle Joe (still muddy from the late morning pickup game) to perfectly-put-together Aunt Mary, in her elbow length tea…

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