Tuesday, February 28, 2012
LA's Ink, Nashville's Catbird Seat, and so many more great places are among the restaurants listed in RMGT Magazine's "20 Hottest New Restaurants." What's most exciting to me was to read that Seattle's Little Uncle was on the list. This tiny, and I mean tiny, Thai takeaway started out as a side project without a permanent address. Chef Wiley Frank, former sous-chef of Lark (one of my all time Seattle favorite restaurants), and his wife, first sold their cuisine in two restaurants and a farmers market for a series of pop-up restaurants before finally opening a permanent location in the Capitol Hill neighborhood at 1509 E Madison.