7 Restaurants That Add Zing To Their Neighborhoods
Seattle's got one of the hottest food scenes in the country, which helps keep local real estate markets healthy. That's one reason we're excited to present our Seattle Retail & Restaurant event tomorrow at the Four Seasons. (Another reason is all the good food.) Here's an unscientific survey of seven restaurants that add pizzazz to their neighborhoods.
Beardslee Public House
Buzz: Meat and more. Go for the creations of the separate charcuterie kitchen, specialty pizza and more.
Buzz: Gastropub pioneer in Seattle: cutting-edge eats and drinks. Black Bottle executive chef Brian Durbin will be speaking at our event.
Location: South Lake Union
Buzz: Seasonal cuisine influenced by exotic cuisines of the world, but hard to categorize.
Location: Pioneer Square
Buzz: Indian cuisine reimagined by master chef Nirmal Monteiro.
Location: Capitol Hill
Buzz: Bringing regional Thai cuisine—the Issan region near Loas and Cambodia—to the Pacific Northwest.
Buzz: Superette is a modern (postmodern?) luncheonette serving chef-designed American staples in a free-form, market-style environment. Superette founder J.J. Gentile will be speaking at our event.
Location: Denny Triangle
Buzz: LA punk Asian—authenticity not the goal, new experience is. A Tom Douglas creation with a menu of unconventional Asian offerings.