The Book Bindery in Seattle has been setting off the kind of buzz among local foodies that I haven't heard in a while there. The individual elements looked auspicious. Its chef previously worked his way up to executive sous at Per Se, Thomas Keller's New York restaurant with the big reputation, and it's linked with an urban winery. I hadn't tasted the wines yet, but they just won a basket full of medals from the San Francisco International Wine Competition.
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