Open late Fri.-Sat.
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Branzino Restaurant Review: Romantic lighting and cozy seating invite intimate dinner dates, while the food woos patrons with Italian classics updated for Northwest palates. Squid ink noodles made on the old-school chitarra marry with local mussels, and the signature branzino (sea bass) swims in a basil salsa verde before your server fillets it tableside. The affordable wine list focuses on varietals from Italy and the Pacific Northwest, and the happy hour is popular, especially on warm summer nights when the sidewalk patio is open.