Welcome back to Eater Seattle's Something for the Weekend column. Every Friday, you probably think the same question: Where should I eat and drink this weekend? Covering brunch, dinner, and everything in between, here now, three places to try this weekend.
Sweet little Humble Pie is constructed of shipping containers placed in a lot off Rainier Avenue. You'll eat your wood-fired pie of locally-sourced ingredients next to the chicken coop and the organic gardens, and wash it down with beer from local breweries. It's so Seattle, and oh, so good.
Speaking of small restaurants, it's damn impressive what Nick Coffey coaxes from his tiny kitchen at Barjot. The menu is full of honest, simple food done right, with seasonal ingredients and lots of house pickles and other from-scratch additions.
There's been a lot of turnover of big names at Artusi lately, but a rudderless ship this is not. Spinasse's sister restaurant/bar entices with an open kitchen and plenty of perfectly-executed cocktails. For food, expect modern takes on classic Italian food on an ever-changing menu.