When Jason Stratton announced he’d be opening a Spanish restaurant in downtown Seattle, he surprised more than a few observers of the city’s dining scene. For one, downtown Seattle has hardly been a hotbed for ultra cool restaurants. Two, despite the city’s cultural diversity, Spanish cuisine has had little representation. But Stratton’s build-it-and-they-will-come approach has worked with his two other successful restaurants, and he’s betting it will work again ...
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