New, yet Old

Twisted Cork Reopens

It’s back at the Bellevue Hyatt.

By Kathryn Robinson August 25, 2010

New eats for the Bellevue Hyatt

Earlier this year, Twisted Cork—the wine bar and restaurant off the lobby of Bellevue’s Hyatt—finally gave up the ghost after a difficult time trying to transition from its original identity as 0/8 Seafood Grill and Twisted Cork Wine Bar. The brainchild of radio “Chef Dan” Thiessen, the restaurant and wine bar struggled to distinguish itself within the growing field of Bellevue restaurants—and struggled to perform consistently within the demanding three-meals-a-day mandate of a hotel restaurant.

So imagine our surprise to receive word that Twisted Cork has been revived, under the new management of the Hyatt itself.

Look for daily breakfasts, buffet to beignets to Bennies, along with tapas-style dinners and happy hours 4pm to 6pm Mon-Sat.

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