Another white restaurant from the extraordinary Renee Erickson (Boat Street Cafe, the Walrus and the Carpenter) wears all the buoyancy and cheer of a country cottage. Add in the wood-oven and the menu of French- and English-inspired noshes, many of which are served room-temperature at whatever time they come out of the oven (smoked herring butter on toast with pickled fennel, sliced and salt-roasted filet mignon with potatoes and horseradish cream)—and what you’ve got is a very good picnic, right in the heart of the Fremont Collective. Don’t miss the wood-smokey roast chicken or the butter-roasted zucchini bread for dessert.
3506 Stone Way N
Seattle, WA 98103
- Mon-Saturday 11-10pm
Please Note: Before making plans, please call ahead with the establishment to verify that this information is still accurate.
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