Have You Heard the Beato?

Reastaraunt blog UrbanDish says Beato in West Seattle is neato.   What sez’ you?

Update:  Beato continues to get outstanding reviews.

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  1. My wife and I went there for dinner in Early February. To sum up, the food and service were excellent. Most of the dishes come in small portions, so you don’t feel like you’re completely stuffed upon leaving. Be prepared to experiment with different things and let your taste buds wander. (I would definitely save room for the chocolate ravioli.) The wine list is excellent – The owner, Brandon Gillespie, used to manage a wine shop with Mario Batali in New York and has included bottles from his own collection in his offerings. Don’t be afraid to ask for a suggestion! The list has reasonable selections in most price ranges, and those who splurge will be rewarded. Our only issue was that we were seated 15 minutes late for our reservation (7:30pm on a Friday…), but it was only 5 weeks after opening, and I tend to give them leeway when working out the issues (the complementary Prosecco helped). The atmosphere is small and quiet (if you’ve been to the space, you know what I mean) so it’s great for a quiet dinner and comfortable conversation. Our server, Geoffery, was attentive, friendly and helpful and greatly added to the overall experience. Can’t wait to get there again – this place is a great dining option very close to home.

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