Ten to 12 seats line the bar, and 30 more are in the dining room, which has an L-shaped banquette lining two walls and a communal table for both reserved parties and walk-ins.

If you can’t make it to Marjorie hot off its May 18 opening, we’ve got photos to tide you over. Click the image to your left to see how the highly anticipated resto was shaping up as final preparations were underway. You’ll recall Seattle Met toured Marjorie in the nascent stages of construction, and boy, what a gem it’s become.

The food community is excited as all get out about the resurrection of Marjorie, originally in Belltown until about two years ago, when owner Donna Moodie lost her lease. Kylen McCarthy will chef Marjorie 2.0, located in the Chloe building on Capitol Hill, and diners should expect big things from the The Harvest Vine vet.

Moodie and McCarthy have crafted a menu of shareable plates and snacks as well as heftier entrees, all with a focus on local foods. (We’re particularly excited about the poussin tikka masala.) You can read more about the offerings here.

A big thanks goes to Moodie for making these photos available.