Queen Anne’s farm-to-table neighborhood favorite, Bounty Kitchen, will bring its health-conscious, locally sourced meals to a new Denny Triangle location, in view of the Amazon Spheres, starting Saturday, November 10.
The modern space, designed by always-in-demand Graham Baba Architects and sitting on the ground floor of the new Cirrus skyscraper at 801 Lenora St., will mark a huge change of scenery for the restaurant, whose flagship location occupies a restored turn-of-the-century building atop Queen Anne.
But the menu will remain largely the same, with salads like spicy lemongrass basil and peanut and the Southern “not-fried” chicken likely making appearances alongside grain bowls heaped with bright, seasonal ingredients. Owner Meg Trainer and team will serve breakfast, dinner, to-go meals, and happy hour.
The Denny Triangle location will also have a full-service bar with juices, espresso, cold brew, and happy hour. Trainer says the menu can be customized to honor a range of dietary restrictions and preferences.
Bounty Kitchen opened on Queen Anne in June 2015 and has become a neighborhood staple, especially for weekend brunch.