Welcome back to the I-5 High Five, a look at restaurant news from up-and-down the Pacific Northwest corridor.
SEATTLE— Eater Seattle gets the inside glimpse at two new spots: Restaurant Bea, an upscale comfort-food spot which opened in late March on Madrona, represents a collaboration between chef Tom Black and certified beer sommelier Rich Coffey (expect dishes like rabbit pot pie and veal meatballs). Meanwhile, the Ballard neighborhood has welcomed the Gerald, a mid-century inspired bar from Kevin Rothrock and Elliot Westwater. [-ESEA-]
SEATTLE— Attention Mariners fans: For those visiting Safeco Field, Eater Seattle offers its Stadium Guide of the top five dining options inside the ballpark. Among them, restaurateur Ethan Stowell's two stands within the stadium, Hamburg + Frites (burgers topped with Tillamook cheese) and La Creperie (sweet and savory crepes, served in a cone). [-ESEA-]
Image of Restaurant Bea courtesy S. Pratt/ESEA