Check, Please! Northwest/Pink Door, Five Spot, How to Cook a Wolf

Pink Door, Five Spot, How to Cook a Wolf
  • Episode Five
  • Pink Door
  • Five Spot
  • How to Cook a Wolf

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Fancy a neighborhood restaurant with a menu that keeps you guessing? Head up to Queen Anne. Or take a walk down Post Alley for Italian-American and live entertainment. But if simple ingredients in a rustic atmosphere warm your soul, Queen Anne is the place for you.

Italian-American in Post Alley

"Italian-American great food and great entertainment," says UW Student Anna Marie Tallariti.

Regional American food on Queen Anne

"Good food, ever changing menu keeps it fresh," says technology marketing manager Jud Hendricks.

Northern Italian cuisine on Queen Anne

Ethan Stowell's Northwest take on the Northern Italian style cuisine, as recommended by Rosy Brewer, Librarian.

The Pink Door

The Pink Door
The Pink Door Website
1919 Post Alley
Seattle, Washington  98101
  • Italian-American
  • Downtown Seattle
  • $$

The Five Spot

The Five Spot
The Five Spot Website
1502 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, Washington  98109
  • American
  • Queen Anne
  • $$

How to Cook a Wolf

How to Cook a Wolf
How to Cook a Wolf Website
2208 Queen Anne Ave N
Seattle, Washington  98109
  • Northern Italian
  • Queen Anne
  • $$$

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05/06/12

How many times does "Jud" need to say "if you can get a table" at How to Cook a Wolf? Did it ever cross his mind to make reservations? It's called Open Table. Look into it.

I've been there twice and it's never been as crazy busy as he wants to make it seem. Perhaps the marketing firm he works for handles their PR?

05/06/12

Just watched this first episode myself. Thought it was a great concept and idea. It's hard to get a good idea of what's going on in the local culinary world. Especially in the small neighborhoods like Queen Anne.

I really like the Pink door, but have never stopped into the 5 Spot or How to Cook a Wolf. I appreciated the local reviews, i'll be planning on a visit to each myself.

Thanks for the show...

04/12/12

This was the first time we have seen your show. We loved it!! There was just one problem. It would be nice if you always included a critic with a certain level of culinary experience and command of the English language. We ended up counting the amount of times that poor Ann Marie said 'like' in her sentences. I doubt that she had any experience beyond 'Burger King' in her 'growing up' culinary outings. Please aim just a little bit higher!! We know that you are trying to include a wide spectrum of the public. It's just that you could aim just a bit higher to include people that would be interested in the topic in general.

04/12/12

@Pamela:

1) Learn how to use technology--you posted your feedback twice.

2) You should look into the usage of your own grammar--it too could use some work.

3) The concept of this program is to feature local diners, not professional restaurant critics, so I suppose you're watching the wrong sort of program if the latter is what you desire.

04/12/12

This was the first time we have seen your show. We loved it!! There was just one problem. It would be nice if you always included a critic with a certain level of culinary experience and command of the English language. We ended up counting the amount of times that poor Ann Marie said 'like' in her sentences. I doubt that she had any experience beyond 'Burger King' in her 'growing up' culinary outings. Please aim just a little bit higher!! We know that you are trying to include a wide spectrum of the public. It's just that you could aim just a bit higher to include people that would be interested in the topic in general..

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