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Restaurant | Contemporary American



Dinner - 3 Courses for $28


Crispy fried quail. Marinated marble potatoes, fig BBQ sauce

Coriander-carrot fritters. Green garlic-lemon thyme pesto

Foraged salad. Miners lettuce, wild cress, pickled mushrooms, quillisascut goat cheese

Hamachi ceviche. Fresh citrus, spring cucumbers, pickled red onion, champagne ice


Goat cheese ravioli. Spring peas, tarragon, lemon brown butter, black peppercorn

Roasted lamb shank. Spice lamb sausage, grilled rapini

Grilled wagyu beef. Smokey mushrooms, grilled fingerling potatoes, fried spring onions

Slow roasted halibut. Thyme glazed spring vegetables, white wine-shallot fumet, roasted greens


Chocolate malted budino. Chocolate shortbread crumble

Meyer lemon pudding cake. Rhubarb compote, vanilla cream

Herb infused spring sorbet with candied citrus

Offer details

Menus are subject to change.
Please call restaurant for menu details.
Not valid Friday, Saturday, or Sunday brunch.

Critic rating: Star rating

This tiny, unpretentious spot in Tangletown is part of the Ethan Stowell empire. The food is as unfussy as the place: seasonal dishes tailored to the way people like to eat now, meticulously prepared with layers of clean flavors that come together in an original, yet unmistakably Stowellian way. European and NW wines; limited cocktails. Dinner daily.

2108 N. 55th St.
Seattle, WA 98103

Phone: 206-812-1580

Hours: Dinner: 5-10 p.m. Sunday-Thursday, 5-11 p.m. Friday-Saturday

Average price of a dinner entrée:
 Under $10
 $10 - $15
 $15 - $25
 $25 and over

Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.

Meals available: Dinner, After 10 PM

Alcohol: Wine, Beer, Liquor

Payment forms: All major credit cards

Parking: Street parking

Disabled access: Yes

From The Times

Restaurant review

Another Ethan Stowell winner, mkt., is simple yet sumptuous (January 17, 2014)

By Providence Cicero

Vegetables steal the show but meat and seafood also shine at Ethan Stowell’s newest restaurant, mkt. (pronounced “market”), an unfussy place in a narrow North End storefront where meticulously prepared dishes layer clean flavors in original ways.

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