Hungry? Get ready to lick your plate clean at May Kitchen + Bar in Vashon.
Patrons pack the restaurant on weekends, so it's a good idea to make a reservation to ensure prompt seating.
No delivery needed. In and out for carryout.
Easy parking is accessible for May Kitchen + Bar's diners.
Store your bike at a nearby rack and enjoy a bite to eat at May Kitchen + Bar.
The culinary experts at 909 Coffee & Wine know that the best way to ensure quality is to keep your supply chain local. That's why their cozy Italian-inspired restaurant and bar puts emphasis on locally sourced ingredients, from coffee roasted by Caffe Umbria to bread from Macrina Bakery to gelato from Gelatiamo. However, they also understand the advantages of an internationally diverse wine list—909's selection of wine features bottles from regions around the world.
At The Scotch and Vine, owners David and Jill Pritchard blend upscale, artisan American cuisine, fine wines and scotches, and local, seasonal cuisine. The staff pours libations from more than 210 single malts, blends, bourbons, and ryes, as well as from a wine list that earned an Award of Excellence from Wine Spectator. With that deep selection to work from, friendly, knowledgeable tenders help diners pair their dinners with the ideal wine, craft beer, or whiskey. In the kitchen, meanwhile, expert chefs sizzle hearty elk burgers, juicy sirloin steaks, tender seared chicken, and roasted beet salads. This cuisine helped Scotch and Vine earn a spot on King5 Best of Western Washington's 2013 list of the area's five Best New American restaurants.
The strains of Spanish guitar and live blues bands form a classy soundtrack to wine tastings or seminars on Scotch-crafting, while plates of fine cheese from regional farms complement the flavors of smoky spirits, frosty brews, and rich red wine. The bistro's cushy leather booths, accents, and soft lighting evoke the image of a grandfather's cozy study or a precocious 6-year old’s tree fort.
Grab a bite at Vino Volo in Sea Tac.
Take your vehicle to dinner
nearby parking is plentiful and will not pose a problem for drivers looking to dine.
Vino Volo's moderately-priced platters and top-notch taste bring foodies back to Vino Volo time and time again.
Corks and Canvas Events, like a work of fine art, came about by pairing a good idea with a passion to create. The founders both came from the marketing world, where they spent their days devising campaigns and events to inspire their audiences to take action. A shared love for art and wine inspired them to bend their action-creating talents toward a new goal—hosting painting and wine events in area wineries and wine bars, allowing guests to "uncork their creativity" and promote the burgeoning Washington wine industry in a local setting.
Their idea took the form of Corks and Canvas Events, where experienced artists lead guests step-by-step through the painting creation process. Guests re-create various paintings, everything from lush vineyard scenes to preening roosters, while sipping on glasses of local wines.
To make their award-winning, handcrafted wines, Amy and Josh Stottlemyer
source their grapes from the local eastern Washington fields in the Horse Heaven Hills, Yakima Valley, and Columbia Valley. From that harvest, they craft thirteen wines, ranging from classics such as cabernet sauvignon and malbec to less-common wines such as tempranillo and viognier.