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Restaurant | New American

Pair

Pair

Dinner - 3 Courses for $30

Appetizers

Smoked chioggia beets, za'atar spiced yogurt cheese, frisee, preserved lemon, holmquists

House smoked salmon tartine, gruyere, pickled kohlrabi and apple slaw, black sesame

Pear, cider and delicata squash bisque with caramelized apple crouton

Entrées

Pearl barley risotto, wild mushrooms, rosemary mascarpone, pumpkin coulis

Natural beef brisket, horseradish crème fraiche, potato leek gratin

Trout Amandine, creamed chard, lemon butter sauce

Desserts

Fig and black tea ice cream, cardamom honey tuile

Flourless chocolate cake, amarena cherries

Petite banana bread pudding, vanilla ice cream, caramel and walnuts

Offer details

Menus are subject to change.
Please call restaurant for menu details.
Not valid Friday, Saturday, or Sunday brunch.


Felix and Sarah Penn, the pair behind Pair, have poured considerable charm, creativity and know-how into this delicious little bistro, offering a small-plates menu and complementary wine list. Simple seductions include halibut in parchment, herb-scented chicken, Moroccan-spiced eggplant and potatoes, and a Fontina-dressed pasta that may be the best mac 'n' cheese you've ever sampled. Come for a nosh, stay for dessert and know that friendly prices and expert service make this sweet spot all that much sweeter.

5501 30th Ave. N.E.
Seattle, WA 98105

Phone: 206-526-7655

http://www.pairseattle.com/

Hours:
Dinner: Tuesday-Saturday, 5p.m. - 10p.m.
Happy Hour: Tuesday-Saturday, 5p.m. - 6:30p.m.

Reservations: Recommended

Average price of a dinner entrée:
 Under $10
 $10 - $15
 $15 - $25
 $25 and over

Note: Price reflects average breakfast or lunch
entrée if that is restaurant's primary meal.

Meals available: Happy hour, Dinner

Alcohol: Wine, Beer, Liquor

Payment forms: Visa, Mastercard

Parking: Street parking

Disabled access: Yes

Features: Good for large groups, All ages, Who should go: Couples, gal-pals, the Francophilically inclined. Anyone with a lust for comfort foods prepared with an elegant, understated twist - and an eye toward the seasons.

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