After cooking for tycoons on the high seas (literally!), cooking across Europe, and leading food tours in Paris, chef Dustin Ronspies found his way to Seattle, where he opened Art of the Table in 2007. From its earliest days of suppler club dinners to its not popular tasting menus, Art of the Table bases its daily menu on items made from scratch in-house and seasonal goods from farmer, ranchers, and fisher folks. Nestled in a quiet corner between Wallingford and Fremont, the Table has been Seattle's intimate dining experience to beat for over nine years, advocating for good, wholesome meals the old fashioned way with cell phones down and open minds.
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