Into the skinny, window-lined point of Melrose Market one of Seattle’s finest chefs, Tamara Murphy, has tucked a more rustic, more casual, and more global chaser to her late, great Brasa. At wood tables or the warm triangular bar, a broad demographic of diners nibble off small plates of spot prawns in chimichurri or velvety charcuterie, or order among meat, seafood, or veggie plates—including more than a few of the classics (roast pig with clams and housemade chorizo) this pig-loving chef made famous at Brasa. The space particularly shines by streaming daylight, which Murphy exploits with lunch and brunch service. Rooftop dining too.
1515 Melrose Ave
Seattle, WA 98122
- Tue–Fri 11–3
Sat & Sun 9:30–2:30
Please Note: Before making plans, please call ahead with the establishment to verify that this information is still accurate.
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