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November 28, 2014 at 3:17 PM

News you can eat: Stateside opens, Lark closes (for a minute) and more

Courtesy of Stateside

Courtesy of Stateside

By Bethany Jean Clement

Seattle Times Food Writer

BRAND-NEW RESTAURANTS AND BARS:

STATESIDE on Capitol Hill is the big-deal Seattle opening this week, due to the pedigree of chef/owner Eric Johnson: He worked at Daniel Boulud in New York, then opened Jean-Georges Vongerichten‘s Paris and Shanghai restaurants. While its descriptions aren’t especially elaborate, Stateside’s menu is probably what you’d call “elevated” French-Vietnamese, given Johnson’s background and the price point of small plates for $5 to $12, larger ones $18 to $24. Stateside is small — about 20 tables — and it has a pretty, understated tropical-colonial look. It’s located on Pike Street, right between Six Arms and Victrola. MORE > > >

AMARO BISTRO, from the owner of Pike Place Market’s Il Bistro, Nick Wiltz, opened Monday in Bothell. Amaro will serve Il Bistro’s “tried-and-true favorites,” but your favorite thing at Il Bistro might well be its bar—home to a host of great barkeeps over the years, including Murray Stenson—and so far, information about Amaro’s bar program is scant. (Presumably, it’ll have lots of amari.) MORE > > >

In.gredients — yes, that’s how it’s styled — from John Howie is now open on Microsoft’s Redmond campus, for those there who don’t want to journey to his Seastar or John Howie Steak in Bellevue. MORE > > >

LITTLE SHEEP MONGOLIAN HOT POT already had an outlet in Bellevue; now the slick international hot-pot chain is in Seattle’s ID. MORE > > >

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November 26, 2014 at 1:15 PM

Il Bistro owners open Bothell restaurant

Amaro Bistro photo courtesy of Chuck Tuck The owners of Il Bistro, a Pike Place Market mainstay approaching its 40th anniversary, have branched out — to Bothell. Amaro Bistro, a 3,400-square-foot Italian restaurant and bar, opened Monday in the Six Oaks apartment building at 18333 Bothell Way Northeast. The street has been redeveloped as part…

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