Here’s Your First Look at the Menu for Brunswick Hunt, Opening in Ballard May 22

By Seattle Mag May 1, 2014


!–paging_filter–pAfter announcing their plans to open a “farm to neighborhood” restaurant in Ballard last September, the team behind stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Brunswick Hunt/a/strong has announced an opening date: Thursday, May 22. Doors open at 4 p.m./p
pNot to be confused with nearby stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Brimmer Heeltap/a/strong, Brunswick Hunt (em1480 NW 70th St./em) will join the block already home to stronga href=”“Delancey/a/strong, stronga href=”“Essex/a/strong, stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Honoré/a/strong and stronga href=”” target=”_blank”The Fat Hen/a/strong. Longtime Seattle restauranteurs and brothers, Barry Rogel (stronga href=”” target=”_blank”DeLuxe Bar Grill/a/strong) and Scott Rogel (stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Athenian/a/strong) are behind the project./p
pBH will be a 49-seat restaurant, with a massive (and historic) back bar that was manufactured by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co., and a mural called “The Hunt”—both found at a tavern in Winlock, WA./p
pCocktails, eight rotating taps, and a Northwest-focused wine list will no doubt also be a popular draw here, helping to solidify it as a neighborhood gathering place.nbsp;/p
pChef Jeffrey Davidson, formerly of stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Ray’s/a/strong, stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Vios at Third Place/a/strong, and stronga href=”” target=”_blank”Bastille/a/strong, has come up with a menu that he calls “truly Seattle,” (local produce, nose-to-tail cooking, and small farm sustainable proteins). See for yourself:/p
pimg src=”/sites/default/files/newfiles/bhmenu.jpg” width=”509″ height=”662″/p
pBrunswick Hunt will be open Wednesday-Sunday, 4 p.m. to midnight(ish), with brunch rolling out sometime in June. The goal is to be open daily starting in June as well.nbsp;/p


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