How do you make a restaurant stand out these days? Perhaps by doing something no one else is doing.
When Arthur's opens in the former Angelina's space in the Admiral District at 2311 California Ave SW, later this month diners will probably notice that owners Rebecca Rice and Sara Levin are very hands on, and that first they join the very few places in West Seattle that are open for breakfast. But the The foundational idea behind the restaurant is to provide a neighborhood friendly and destination driven restaurant and bar that offers a place for friends, neighbors, and guests from all walks to gather over good food in a beautiful and entertaining space. One aspect of the concept for Arthur’s is the idea of “clean eating” which suggests that whole foods, those that are un- or minimally processed, refined, and handled is not only better for you but delicious. So many foods brought to you by giant corporations have been "flavor profiled" and focus group tested to maximize the profits not their health benefits or natural unprocessed taste.
Arthur’s is named after Rice's father whose picture will be behind the bar and whose lineage is Australian.