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Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Sweet and Sour: Unmet Expectations at Fremont's New Agrodolce

Posted by on Wed, Mar 20, 2013 at 1:54 PM

Whether or not Fremont needed an upscale Italian restaurant is an argument for a Marxist and a free-marketeer to enjoy, but Maria Hines's new Agrodolce is going gangbusters. Try to make a weekend reservation only a few days in advance, and you'll end up eating at 9:15 p.m., an hour so late for Seattle that it's surprising to find the place still packed, with everyone having a good time, albeit sedately so. The clientele runs to larger parties of older people with architect-emeritus eyeglasses (including, one night, not one but two Tom Skerritt look-alikes), younger people dining with their parents, and couples at last enjoying a proper upscale Italian Fremont date...

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The pretty potted tree and some very inoffensive paintings at the former 35th Street Bistro/Still Life Cafe.
  • Kelly O
  • The pretty potted tree and some very inoffensive paintings at the former 35th Street Bistro/Still Life Cafe.

 

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