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Michael Mina To Open RN74 Restaurant in Seattle

FoodWine
08.26.2010
Michael Mina's RN74 San Francisco

Michael’s Mina’s RN74 San Francisco

Michael Mina, American celebrity Chef of Egyptian origins, plans to bring his RN74 restaurant concept to the Seattle Area. RN74, a French themed restaurant located in San Francisco, will likely be given a slight Northwest twist, featuring local and sustainable ingredients. Michael Mina employs one of America’s most highly regarded Sommeliers, Rajat Parr, as company wine director. With such celebrated talent at the helm, you can be sure RN74 will bring both award winning food and wine to the flourishing Seattle restaurant scene in the Spring of 2011. You can follow Raj Parr tweets about wine via @RN74, as well as their newly established Seattle account @RN74Seattle.



Comments

  1. Ashley Routson | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    I have a lot of respect and admiration from Michael Mina. Unfortunately, still have not made it to RN74, despite living in the Bay Area for a few months…


  2. Yashar Shayan | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    I haven’t been either, but I’ll make it a point to go when they open here in Seattle!


  3. Brian | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    As will I!


  4. Natalie Morgan | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    Oooooh love Michael Mina! I’ve only been to Clock Bar in SF. Best Pisco Sour I’ve ever had — hands down.


  5. william bennett | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    Sounds expensive …


  6. Bay Area Foodie | Thursday, August 26, 2010

    RN74 is the shiznit! Can be a bit pricey, but so worth the money. And it is a great place to take your special lady friend :)


  7. Loretta Ash | Sunday, April 3, 2011

    Please have Eric Perlin contact me

    Thank You


  8. The Cocktail Spirit with Robert Hess: The Chas Cocktail | Mutineer Magazine | Monday, June 6, 2011

    […] post as Murray worked his last shit at Zig Zag on May 27th and he is moving to Michael Mina’s RN74, set to open June 13th where he will tend bar. On the move, Murray said “I’d been at Zig Zag […]



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