Explore all three of Mistral Kitchen’s dining experiences.
In this edition of Food Porn, we feature Mistral Kitchen, in the booming neighborhood of South Lake Union. Flowing with low-key elegance, Mistral Kitchen serves up accessible and experimental food using fresh and seasonal ingredients.
Australian Semillon proves it’s not just a blending grape and they’re not just the land down under.
Australia often times gets a bad rap. They like Paris Hilton a little too much, they honor the British monarchy, Fosters Beer isn’t really made there and Vegemite is upsetting. But don’t sell them short and do look behind the curtain, there is more wonder to Oz than one might imagine.
Let Seattle Restaurant Week be your excuse to explore the mystery of Mistral.
The Seattle restaurant scene often rests on its local (bay) laurels. We’ve become masters of Northwest comfort food, elevating put-a-bird-on-it idealism to a rung of sheer ridiculousness. So my experience at Mistral Kitchen was a breath of fresh, cutting-edge air.
Domaine de Canton’s “Bartender of the Year” regional semifinal cocktail-off is tonight at 7 p.m.
WHAT: Eight of Seattle’s top mixologists will show off their most creative cocktails in a spirited competition to earn the title “Best Bartender of the Year” in a competition hosted by Maurice Cooper et Cie, producer and importer of Domaine de Canton, the world’s leading super-premium ginger liqueur. Tonight’s event will determine who goes to the finals in St. Martin.