Greatness Visible: The Book Bindery Soars with Meat & Potatoes

Last January, Kathtryn Robinson took an in-depth look at the Book Bindery for Seattle Met Magazine. She praised the restaurant for how old school this all feels, and how satisfying.

From the article: “No newfangled “small plate dining” here, or starchless plates of lonesome meat: The Book Bindery enshrines the glory days of dining out, when main dishes presented meat and vegetable and starch on a single plate. Desserts, even more nostalgic, forge no new ground beautifully, delivering doughnuts, cupcakes, pudding, and brownies in the form of beignets, carrot cake, Turkish coffee pot de creme, and a luscious chocolate sundae.”

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