Design, Food, Photography

Seattle Scene. eat. v7

This is Seattle Scene. eat. v7. Hello again.  The duo is back, myself {Stephanie} and my friend {Savanna}. Our research of the Seattle scene continues {see original blog post – Seattle scene. eat v1}. Our assignment is to try out new restaurants and see what the current and future design trends are in the Seattle market. We are looking from a designer’s point of view, but the food is a nice bonus.

Red Cow

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Famous Seattle Chef, Ethan Stowell debuted his newest restaurant Red Cow last week. Madrona, a quaint and charming neighborhood in Seattle, is the new Black and has become the talk of the town. {Savanna} and I managed to get a reservation opening weekend.  Stowell’s concept for Red Cow is Parisian-style Brassiere featuring Steak Frites.  They style of Red Cow is minimal, yet with expressions of exposed concrete walls, black bentwood chairs, dark leather banquettes and zinc topped tables and Stowell’s signature open kitchen.

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One of the first few tables to arrive at 5pm.
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20 mins later, the Restaurant filled up.
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We started with French bubbles.
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We decided to share the Baby Beet Salad, Braised Short Ribs, and Braised Kale with bacon and shallots.

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Until Next time. xoxo

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