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Opened in June of 2013, Stoneburner made waves as the latest project from local restaurateurs James Weimann and Deming Maclise. The warm and inviting 120-seat venue, named for Bastille's executive... Read More
Opened in June of 2013, Stoneburner made waves as the latest project from local restaurateurs James Weimann and Deming Maclise. The warm and inviting 120-seat venue, named for Bastille's executive chef Jason Stoneburner and located at street level in the posh Hotel Ballard, honors "the varied cooking styles of the Mediterranean and the natural bounty of the Pacific Northwest with a focus on stone hearth cooking." Guests can inquire about private dining options in the restaurant, and the Olympic Rooftop Pavilion provides a stunning event space atop the hotel that you won't want to miss. Chefs here dedicate themselves to using farm fresh and artisan foods, "showcasing the best of the Northwest with local fish, shellfish, meats and seasonal vegetables." Think pizza, pasta, small plates and brunch dishes you won't soon forget!
5214 Ballard Avenue NW
Seattle, WA 98107
- Best Value: "A range of small plates here means the restaurant caters to every level of hunger. Be sure to check out the unique charcuterie station!"
- Recommended as Best Value Because: Stoneburner in Ballard serves generous portions and consistently tasty food; for deals,check out happy hour deals and sharable brunch dishes like the breakfast pizza.