Bar Bulletin

Bar Bulletin

Dining Out: When Practice Makes Perfect, or at Least a Favorite

January 2019 Bar Bulletin

By Schwabe, Williamson & Wyatt

Practice, transitive verb definition 1(b): to perform an action customarily or habitually. (Merriam Webster) This definition of the verb applies to our frequenting some of our favorite dining spots. We have chosen a few of those favorites to feature for this issue.

Favorite (relatively new) Restaurant Name

Willmott’s Ghost (2100 Sixth Ave.; 206-900-9650; https://www.willmottsghost.com) is burrowed within the South Lake Union’s Amazon Spheres. Award-winning chef Renee Erickson’s newest restaurant made a strong first impression the moment we opened the door.

Named in honor of English horticulturist Ellen Ann Willmott, Willmott’s Ghost is not as big...

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