Another restaurant is joining the the block that Delancey, Honoré and Fat Hen already call home. Brunswick & Hunt comes courtesy of two longtime Seattle restauranteurs and bros, Barry Rogel (DeLuxe Bar & Grill) and Scott Rogel (The Athenian).
According to team B&H (not to be confused with Brimmer & Heeltap, also coming to Ballard), the restaurant at 70th and 15th "will be a 49-seat farm-to-neighborhood restaurant, with an intimate atmosphere inspired by a historic (and massive) Northwest back bar and mural found in Winlock." The bar was manufactured by the Brunswick-Balke-Collender Co. and the mural is called "The Hunt," thus the name.
"Brunswick & Hunt will be a place where you can stop by for cocktails and small plates, or let the chef design a multi-course feast," Barry Rogel says. "The authenticity of the place — the brick, the bar, the painting, and custom-crafted interior of wood, leather, and steel — will make the restaurant a great addition to our neighborhood."
Chef Jeffrey Davidson, whose worked at Ray's, Vios at Third Place and Bastille, will reportedly create a menu that is "truly Seattle," which means local produce, nose-to-tail cooking, and small farm sustainable proteins.