Seattle, WA 98101
Seattle Weekly's Description
RN74 is an oenophile's fantasy. With thousands of wines available by the bottle, and a fluttering train schedule board to indicate which are on the cusp of selling out, the restaurant envelops its patrons in vino. But cocktalians and iced tea drinkers are likely to be very happy here too: The service is impeccable, and the frankly posh cookery is ideal date-night material. If your lovebird is carnivorous, consider the cote de boeuf for two, a steak that's among Seattle's very best.
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