Today's deal gets you $25 of fusion cuisine, handcrafted cocktails, live jazz, and primo Queen Anne people watching at Paragon Restaurant & Bar, a restaurant and a nightclub that mixes and matches culinary flavors.
Paragon's menu is a fusion of old world and new world. Dinners range from shrimp & johnny cakes (a skewer of grilled Caribbean spiced prawn with yam mash, coconut-sautéed greens, and homemade johnny cakes, $21) to chicken espanol (chicken breast stuffed with ham, Mahon cheese, and piquillo peppers, served with paprika-roasted red potatoes and seasonal vegetables, $18).
The fusional delights continue to delight with a delightful drink menu that perfectly pairs with the delightful dinner menu. Step up to the 30-foot bar and try the Blonde Cosmo, a beverage that blends Finamore Lemoncello, vanilla vodka, and lemon juice with a splash of pineapple or. Paragon has 19 different kinds of wine and 17 taps flowing with only the coldest, most emotionally distant of beers.
Kick back fireside in a contemporary, yet nostalgic space, with free live music five days a week, including jazz every weekend and a live DJ who mashes up old skool, house, soul, and R & B on Friday nights at 10 p.m.
- We visited Paragon on a whim (drove by) and we definitely felt at home. Fireside booth, soft lighting, terrific bruschetta palette (will come back just for that) and great service. – patric brayden, Citysearch
- Went with a group and had a blast...fun atmosphere, good music, and some cuties. What more could you ask for in a local watering hole? – jooz, Citysearch
America’s Got Winners
Paragon, as its name indicates, is the perfect example of restaurant perfection. A similar paragon—of television perfection—is scheduled to air this fall. Here’s what makes talent contest game show America’s Got Winners the perfect example of a TV show:
- Each week, one contestant, one studio audience member, and 10 at-home viewers are given one million dollars for watching.
- All the judges are dancing celebrities.
- The contestants live in a house together but one of them has to sleep in a room in which a horrible murder transpired 100 years ago tonight!
- Enough text is shown on screen that watching the show technically constitutes reading.
- Instead of calling to vote, the contestants call you and say, “We’re both famous.”
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2125 Queen Anne Ave N
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