89 University St
Seattle, WA 98101
Matt Janke—the namesake of Matt's in the Market, with which he's no longer involved—runs this seasonal Northwest restaurant on the Harbor Steps. The name's Chinook for "pig," and along with house-made sausage and porchetta, there’s grilled octopus, rabbit cavatelli, and more. The room is pleasantly dim and feels cozy in winter and cool in summer; it's mercifully free of mismatched chairs and other affectations, with cushy banquettes instead. Happy hour is a good deal, and at lunch, the tuna melt is outstanding.
Hours: Sun-Thurs 5 pm- 1 am, Fri-Sat 5 pm-2 am; lunch Mon-Sat 11 am-3 pm
Categories: Bar, Restaurant
Happy Hour: Sat 11 pm-1 am; Daily 3-6 pm; Mon-Thu, Sun 10 pm-1 am ($3 tap beers, $5 wines, $5 select cocktails, $4-$12 food menu).
Features: Full Menu and Happy Hour
Scene: Neighborhood Joint
Price Range: $$-$$$
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