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Run, people, run to Mana. It was truly one of the best meals we've EVER had. This chef has some serious cooking chops and his care to sourcing local farm to table ingredients shines through every single bite of his utterly delicious creations. If you are drinkers, get the wine pairing; the wines off the menu complement his dishes while shining a light on some wonderful local wines. While the prices seems high, once we were through with dinner, we felt like they didn't charge us enough compared to what you get. We will be back again and again. MoreOpenTable Diner -
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Our focus is on our wines, sourced with care from family owned, small production bodegas from all over the wine (and sake, and beer) producing world. Here, we pair our beverage offerings with a food menu of simply prepared dry aged and cured meats, cooked in our open fireplace, and local seafood, served raw, cured or smoked in our passive heat masonry smoker. We have a small bread program, as well as a selection of vegetables, prepared pickled or roasted. Our beverage and food offerings rotate daily, and a sample menu can be seen here. Stop by to grab a bottle or two to go, we have a Bottle Shop selection as well.More
Social dining - spending time with friends and family - is what Gyu-Kaku (GEW-KAH-KOO) is all about. Gyu-Kaku offers the fun of “shared plates,” inspiring laughter, conversation, and good times. You can’t help it – with a personal grill installed at every table, everyone instantly becomes an expert cook. The staffs at Gyu-Kaku are friendly, leading you through the night with helpful suggestions.
Gyu-Kaku, meaning "Horn of the Bull" in Japanese provides the authentic Japanese Yakiniku (barbeque) dining experience where customers share premium cooked meats over a flaming charcoal grill while sipping on Japanese Sake, Shochu and frosty cold beers. Gyu-Kaku offers a wide range of meats including the bestseller Harami Skirt Steak in Miso marinade, Certified Angus Kalbi Short Rib in Tare Soy marinade. Other popular items include pork, lamb, duck & chicken, Shrimp Garlic & a variety of vegetables.More
Pimienta Bistro and Bar is an urban fusion of Latin American cuisine. Chef Blanca Rodriguez takes great care to create a delectable piece of art for every guest, appealing to every sense.
We strive to provide exemplary service each and every visit for our guests. We invite you to our restaurant, where you will find a combination of an eclectic, rustic atmosphere that captures the best of European cuisine with a Latin American flair.
Our mission is to create something memorable with every dish we present our guests. And with every delectable plate,
we will deliver a superior service making us a stand-alone restaurant in our neighborhood.
We love our friends and neighbors from NE Tacoma, Brown’s Point and Federal Way that frequently drop by for a delicious weekday meal or for leisurely weekend dining.
We also enjoy the regular visits from our friends in Oregon and others on their travels throughout the Seattle-Metro area.More
Nestled above the green on the second hole, The Wild Huckleberry at the Leavenworth Golf Course prides itself in the quality service and welcoming menu that our Wenatchee customers have come to enjoy. Amid such beautiful scenery, this space naturally serves as a wonderful banquet facility for groups and events of all sizes. Whether you're finishing a round of golf with friends or enjoying dinner with the family, our Leavenworth location caters to it all. More
The iconic city tucked inside the Pacific northwest coast does see a lot of rain, but when the sun shines on Seattle, it dazzles. Don’t miss the chance to dine at one of the many waterfront restaurants serving oysters and Pacific-caught seafood. Take a stroll downtown and wander in and out of bookshops and bakeries. Arguably the birthplace of American coffee culture, there’s hardly a better place to enjoy leisurely lattes accompanied by hours of computing and the occasional pen and paper sketch.