Beautiful food, wine and oh, what a view!November 3, 2013 5:39 pm Bordeaux Blend, Cabernet Sauvignon, Wine
Let us start out by saying run, don’t walk, to this gorgeous spot on the pier, if you are looking for a special evening out or well, just because you can.
The food was as inspiring as the stunning views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, and the spectacular sunset as well.
Chef John Roberts prepared delectable choices from his new fall menu, paired with the just-released 2011 Delille Cellars D2 and Woodward Canyon 2010 “Artist Series” Cabernet Sauvignon. The D2 shows much promise, while the Cab Sauvignon is highly drinkable right now, and wow, heaven in a glass.
- Salmon Crudo appetizer with sweet chili pepper puree, apple salsa, avocado and yellow curry oil
- Sweet Potato and Leek soup with kale, pine nuts and chanterelles
- Golden Beet salad with candied pecans, craisins, oranges, blue cheese, fuji apples and sherry reduction
- Pan Roasted Halibut with mussels over a saffron risotto
- Roasted Rack of Lamb and rosemary roasted vegetables, which was enhanced by the rich, robust Woodward Canyon Cabernet Sauvignon
- Pear and Frangipane Tart
These tasty dishes are described in our live tweets on Twitter @writeforwine on Oct. 17. For mouth-watering photos and descriptions, we also suggest that you visit the blog of our new friends and well-respected Seattle-area foodies, Mary and Joy, at A Passionate Plate.
Not only do we recommend Six Seven as a must-visit (often) restaurant, but also we encourage you to stop by the luxury waterfront Edgewater Hotel where the restaurant is located.
The Edgewater is a wonderful place to stay — check out these photos and you’ll see why one of my colleagues said he never wanted to leave — and also has such a rich history.
The Edgewater is the only over-water and waterfront hotel in the Seattle area. Shortly after it was built, zoning changes prevented additional construction of further hotels on piers.
In its early years, many hotel rooms offered fishing poles, so guests could cast-off from their rooms’ windows. The Beatles stayed at The Edgewater in 1964, followed by the Rolling Stones and Led Zeppelin.
But back to the present – we highly recommend that Seattle residents and visitors to the area stop by for a meal at Six Seven and a visit to the historic hotel.
We also want to thank Chef Roberts at Six Seven and Sarah Kiepe and her Edgewater team for one of the tastiest and fun evenings we’ve had this fall.