We are thrilled to announce The Innkeeper is now open!
I think this quote from Don Quixote sums up perfectly what The Innkeeper is: a cozy local place to relax and find respite.
The menu was designed to offer comfort. Some items are modeled after our time in the Caribbean, like spicy goat curry with pigeon peas and rice, and some are from our travels in Latin America, like chile tamulado served with the chicken drumettes. It’s so much like a hot sauce we had in Belize.
And everything is priced to be easy on the wallet.
I could eat a whole bowl of padron peppers tossed in sea salt myself.
warm clams and chorizo in broth are so good
We fight over who gets the last pulled pork taco
Come in out of the cold. Find a seat at the long dark wood bar. Sample a sipping rum, tequila, or whiskey. Start with some of those padron peppers, or, the empanadas. Your silverware will be in the cigar box. Take a sip, have a bite, and decompress.
The Innkeeper * 2510 First Avenue, Seattle WA 98121 * 206-441-7817
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