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Tom Douglas Opens Three New Seattle Restaurants

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Seattle’s own famous chef and restauranteur Tom Douglas has opened two restaurants this month in South Lake Union. On Monday, April 18th the third and last establishment at 310 Terry Avenue North will open. Three restaurants, completely different themes and menus. Take a look:

cuoco
310 Terry Avenue North
Seattle, Washington 98109
206.971.0710
http://www.cuoco-seattle.com

Cuoco (“cook” in Italian)  is the first of Douglas’ restaurants in Paul Allen’s Vulcan Real Estate South Lake Union development .  Open for lunch and dinner, with three private dining rooms, Chef Stuart Lane and pastaiola Martha Francis work their magic to bring Italia to Seattle.  The Northern Italian menu includes a seven layer lasagna alla ferrara, a rice flour penne with spicy sausage, kale and chunky tomato, and risotto with pine nuts, grapefruit, charred rapini and lambrusco. And Sunday through Thursday nights from April 10 – 21, Cuoco is participating in Seattle Restaurant week with a special, 3-course dinner for $28.

Brave Horse Tavern
310 Terry Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
http://www.bravehorsetavern.com

At the same address, this after-work pub destination has only been open a week, and is already receiving accolades. The high windows, darts, shuffleboard and communal tables make this a great spot for those who live and work in the South Lake Union area. On opening night the first order was a brick oven baked pretzel. And why not? With toppings like smoked peanut butter and bacon or melted Theo chocolate and hazelnuts, they were bound to be a hit. Open ’till midnight seven days a week, Chef Brian Walczyk will be making gourmet burgers and sides, which you can even pick up to go.

TingMomo
310 Terry Avenue North
Seattle, WA 98109
206.971.0720
http://www.tingmomo.com

Opening this Monday, April 18, Ting Momo will be serving up Tibetan dumplings, created by Tibetan Chef Dekyi Thonden. Each day will feature a different special, and there will be staple menu items like Thenthuk soup with hand pulled noodles, coriander lamb, and watercress. All the menu items can be ordered to go for busy office days when you just need to pick up lunch and run.

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