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July 25, 2008 8:12 AM
Posted by Nancy Leson
Enough about the movie. What about that other JUNO? The overdue restaurant in the historic Arctic Building makes its debut tomorrow in Pioneer Square, following the July 9 opening of the royally reenvisioned Arctic Club Hotel.
GM and executive chef Thomas Kollasch (late of the Alderbrook Resort and Spa in Union, WA) will hie to the seasons with a Contemporary American menu. His crew includes chef Alex Nemeth (photo, center), whose resume (Waters, Bandoleone, Brie & Bordeaux) is rife with local color -- including a recent gig as chef-exec at Purple Cafe and Wine Bar. On board as manager/sommelier is Aaron Angelo (at right), whose able ministrations I much appreciated at the Steelhead Diner.
Hotel guests -- and the rest of us -- can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner -- as well as a "Tastes" menu (with Snake River Beef and lamb sliders, natch), and another featuring "Dessert Bites." Tastes and Bites will also be available in the Art Deco-inspired Polar Bar, where you can lift a cold one or such classic cocktails as a Harvey Wallbanger . (Remember those tall tapered bottles of Galliano? Well congrats: You're even older than I am!)
Posted by Frank R
3:18 PM, Jul 25, 2008
...this sounds very corporate ....
Posted by Stlfoodie
10:32 AM, Jul 29, 2008
I think its the farthest thing from being corporate as one can get without being independently owned...go try it!
Posted by mjf
4:38 PM, Jul 29, 2008
ANy idea if they're going to do a happy hour?
Jul 29, 08 - 11:15 AM
It's in the bag!
Jul 29, 08 - 07:29 AM
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Smellin' the melon
Jul 25, 08 - 08:12 AM
Pregnant with anticipation? JUNO is set to deliver
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