ESTABLISHED IN 2015
VIVE LA VARIÉTÉ!.....VIVE LA LIBERTÉ!.....VIVE LA CUISINE!.....VIVE LA CREATIVITÉ!......
French Bistro with a Pacific North West Flair .
EAT Restaurant and Bar’s seasonal menus represent the very best every season has to offer in the Pacific Northwest with a French accent, local beers, great wine list, handcraft cocktails and live music . Exemplifying the restaurant’s farm-to-table philosophy, EAT Restaurant and Bar’s team continues to evolve its natural back to roots cuisine concept of regionally inspired dishes that are healthy, creative, and flavorful, utilizing Washington State’s unique and bountiful Coast and “Terroir”.
Because we use locally foraged and sourced products from nearby farms, certain items may be subject to availability.
Stimulation of the senses, creative innovation, ritual of the table, and the alliance between the chefs and the farmers….This is our journey...
Farm to Table Cuisine
Inspiration, Discovery, Tradition
We are committed to sustainable and responsible stewardship of our lands and oceans. We believe this has become a necessity in modern life. We have committed ourselves to good food that’s expertly prepared with a “mastering of simplicity” approach…more and more people have a strong desire to trace their food “Back to the Farm” connecting them to wholesome, organic and all natural ingredients.
We passionately search for superior seasonal regional products as we cultivate the relationship between farmers and the chef. It is the driving influence that contributes to the essence of EAT’s cuisine and hospitality experience ensuring a sense of wellness and dining enjoyment.
THE HEART OF THE EXPERIENCE…
It is our desire to help others discover the magic, pleasures and poetry of the table. Life can be complicated and full of unrest and indecision but there is one thing that remains constant and that is the desire to nourish the mind, body and spirit through food.
EAT’s food philosophy is about possibilities, now and in the future. We support real world sustainable practices and agricultural development, fair trade organic farming and the slow food movement. We have developed meaningful relationships with growers, ranchers, fishermen, and local artisans; our cuisine is seasonal and possesses a strong artistic expression.
Our entire food and beverage team believes that no other region offers greater agricultural abundance and environmental awareness than that of the What come county, Puget Sound and Washington State. This is why our team is committed to using the best products the markets have to offer.
Eric A Truglas - EAT