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The Eater put How To Cook a Wolf in as #8 The 38 Essential Restaurants, January 2013 and, So instead of "I don't know" I decided, lets go!
" If you were a fan of Union restaurant, you might be familiar with the new chef at How to Cook a Wolf. Ethan Stowell has brought back his inaugural sous chef, Michael Gifford, who helped open Union back in the day" -Seattle Met
From their website, "How to Cook a Wolf pays homage to MFK Fisher and her philosophy of taking simple ingredients and transforming them into culinary splendor. The food is simple and rustic – an ever-changing menu of Italian inspired plates."
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Food was delicious! I especially liked the braised beef shoulder ravioli. Had a great time meeting the girls and enjoying good conversation.
0 · April 21, 2013
Devin- It was good to meet you! Thanks for uploading the photo.Tracie- Hope you're feeling better!Pam- We missed you!We enjoyed a very delicious dinner- worth a return visit!
0 · April 20, 2013
Stuck in traffic too. Be there soon.
Still out sick :(
Any way to make this one a larger party?
0 · March 24, 2013
Hi Angie :) ill see what I can do! Thx
0 · April 14, 2013
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