Almost everything we make is cooked on or in our custom wood grill or oven. As these techniques impart wonderful char and smokiness, they also challenge us to be creative, adaptable cooks as fire is unpredictable and pretty darn crazy. You’ll also find all sorts of soured, pickled, and fermented seasonal produce to compliment our grilled meats.

For us, this style of cooking invokes feelings of cookouts, festive gatherings, and friendship.

Our intention is to offer a creative yet approachable collection of ever-changing sharable plates, highlighted by the option of allowing our kitchen to choose your dinner adventure. Tell us what you like, tell us what you don’t like, tell us what your cat likes, tell us what makes you smile. Be open with us and we’ll do whatever we can to make it a wonderful experience for you.

We do our best to accommodate allergies and dietary restrictions on the spot, but sometimes it is not possible. Please make note of any dining restrictions you may have when making your reservation. This will help us help you.

We are able to offer vegetarian options for the Opus Feast with at least 2 days advanced notice.

Our drink menu is based on the seasons and what we feel like drinking at the moment. We offer a small but thoughtful selection of regional beers, wines, and cocktails. Have a special bottle of wine? Bring it! Our corkage is $25 per 750ml.

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Here’s the breakdown. Mark owns the place and does a bit of everything. Paolo is the right-hand man (or maybe the left-hand man since Mark is left handed). He cooks and does a bit of everything. Carl cooks and does a bit of most things. Corynn takes care of most of the serving/manager things. Kate and Sidney do serving things. We all do everything and anything to make sure our guests are enjoying themselves.

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It is important to us that we support our NW farmers and producers by using their seasonal offerings to guide our cooking. We’d like to thank the following peeps for supplying our ingredients:

Alvarez Family Farms | Batch 206 Distillery | Cookie Counter | Foraged & Found | Herkimer Coffee | Local Roots Farm | NW Bounty | Phinney Farmer’s Market | Present Tense Farm | Tahoma Fuji Sake Brewing Company | Tonnemaker | Wilderness Farms Meats | Willowood Farm