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One thing that didn't change: the stunning views of Shilshole Bay. Sweeping panoramas are visible throughout the dining room.
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One thing that did change: there's now a bar, a 30-foot mahogany counter. Behind it is a standing area with a ledge for setting food and drinks.
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A craft cocktail list heavy on rum awaits bargoers.
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As does scenery like this.
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A glass wall lists the catches of the day and separates the bar from the far side of the dining room. Chef Wayne Johnson is revamping the menu to complement the overhaul.
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The original chairs were reupholstered with blue leather to underscore the nautical vibe.
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Hand-blown glass orbs make for unique lighting fixtures.
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A large wine cellar greets guests as they enter the main dining area.
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Booths have been repositioned to maximize the views.
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And two-tops now line the back wall. The upstairs cafe will also get a facelift some time this year.
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