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The tree remains. Agrodolce retains much of the look of former occupant 35th Street Bistro.
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Housemade burrata with cylindrical beet, citrus honey gastrique, and mint.
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Pine nut, sardine, fennel, and golden raisin grace the bucatini.
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Artwork by Eric Kolbe, a longtime friend of Hines, lines the walls.
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Pork tenderloin with fennel salad and orange accent.
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The arancini is stuffed with Skagit River Ranch beef, carnaroli rice, and parsley coulis.
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A raindrop chandelier sparkles in the rear private room.
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Also in the back: a bar. Hines has said the craft cocktail list will incorporate housemade elements.
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With some 50 seats, Agrodolce is similar in size to Tilth and Golden Beetle.
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Agrodolce will start by doing dinner service; lunch, brunch, and happy hour are slated for early in the New Year.
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