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Thursday, April 3, 2014

Seattle Times Restaurant Critic Gets a Sandwich Named After Her: The Sloppy Cicero

Posted by on Thu, Apr 3, 2014 at 4:18 PM


Seattle Times restaurant critic Providence Cicero started her review of new Miller's Guild downtown by comparing chef Jason Wilson (also of Crush) to the Wizard of Oz ("Framed against the steel crankwheels, lashing flames and radiant coals of the massive Infierno grill at Miller’s Guild, Jason Wilson resembles a legitimate Wizard of Oz"), and ended with this:

Those “beefs” aside, there’s a lot to love about Miller’s Guild (including swing-arm lamps that customers can dim or raise above the black-walnut tables). But its price point may limit its audience. A guy sitting next to me at the counter one night looked at the menu then said to his companion: “Let’s have a few things here, then head up to Quinn’s for a sloppy Joe.”

And voila—the new Sloppy Cicero, on the Miller's Guild lunch menu for $15. More at, where GM Jake Kosseff says it's all in good fun: "I think Providence is great. We have fun with her like we would with anyone else."


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seatackled 1
Too bad she didn't marry someone named Sanchez and take his or her name. . . .
Posted by seatackled on April 3, 2014 at 4:27 PM · Report this
Max Solomon 2
$26 salads! breaking new ground.
Posted by Max Solomon on April 3, 2014 at 4:41 PM · Report this

I've always wanted a $26 salad, but could only find them in Kirkland. Now I won't have to drive to the Eastside!
Posted by CPN on April 3, 2014 at 6:09 PM · Report this
south downtown 4
damn. we really do need $15/hour...
Posted by south downtown on April 3, 2014 at 10:15 PM · Report this

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