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New Italian charmer from Tavolata rockstar Ethan Stowell. Lures customers with in-house pasta and fresh Northwest seafood.
As much as I enjoyed the stuffed mullet and the miner's lettuce and beets with anchovy dressing, the real draw here is the Esca-esque raw plates.
This sophisticated Ethan Stowell restaurant serves some of the best, and most elegant, seafood dishes in the city. Full review →
Ethan Stowell is one of Seattle's top chefs, and here on Capitol Hill, in a bright, minimally decorated urban-hip dining room. Full review →
Ethan Stowell might be called the king of Capitol Hill, with this stylish, light-drenched space joined by a casual, meat-centric Bar Cotto next door and Rione XIII less than a mile away. Full review →
Ethan Stowell's fishy enterprise. So fresh and so clean clean. Full review →
The team behind Union, Tavolata and How to Cook a Wolf continue their winning streak. Full review →
Anchovies & Olives serves excellent, seafood-focused Italian food in a dining room that makes you feel like a more put-together human being than you actually are Full review →
Fresh seafood plates (geoduck crudo, sea scallops with squid ink risotto, octopus salad) on a daily changing menu. Full review →
"A plethora of taste bombs" awaits at Ethan Stowell's "hip" Italian seafooder in Capitol Hill famed for its "unique small plates", "top-notch" crudos and "fantastic" pastas. Full review →