Now open for breakfast and lunch in the Starbucks headquarters, SODO Kitchen can perhaps best be understood by first considering the personnel: General Manager Rick Stromire, who has his roots in sustainable farming, and Executive Chef Jim Cooley, who cooks with passion and soul. The partnership between these two is truly the foundation of SODO, and that's well in evidence throughout the restaurant.
Choice is the name of the game at SODO. In the mood for some Italian-style flatbreads? Head over to the wood oven. Craving an authentic taste of Tandoori? There's a Tandoor oven too, where you can sample a little Anderson Ranch Tandoori lamb leg. Not to be overlooked, the seafood counter offers sustainably caught fish like blackened Creole rockfish, and spring morning ling cod. There's even a deli on hand that makes bread fresh daily, where you can build your own sandwich.
After a meal at SODO, you'll be within striking distance of some of Seattle's top attractions–including Pike Place Market–and with a belly-full of delicious food crafted from local and seasonal ingredients, you'll no doubt feel equipped to embark on a day of adventure and exploration.