photo by Nate Naismith http://www.farsightedimages.com/
I am excited to say that Queen Anne is getting a new neighborhood restaurant. Seth Caswell is bringing the new restaurant, emmer & rye (no capitals in logo) to the spot where Julia’s is sitting right now on the top of Queen Anne (1825 Queen Anne Avenue N, Seattle, WA 98117). The spot is a restored 100-year old Victorian house. The 70-seat restaurant has a full liquor license, beer and wine sales, a space for private dining, a patio for seasonal outdoor dining, and in the future – an outdoor deck on the second floor. Small plates range from $4-9 and large plates of $11-18. Basically, according to Seth’s newsletter a table of four can taste everything on the menu for about $25. His food is described as “seasonally inspired, locally derived”. Emmer and rye is scheduled to open February 1.
You might have tried Seth’s Emmer Fries at the last Foodportunity using the Emmer from Bluebird Grain Farms. As for Foodportunity, the next one is March 22nd so get on my mailing list and find out details soon. photo by Jackie Donnely http://www.baisafoto.com/
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