Mkt. gets its name from Meridian, which was the traditional name for the neighborhood; the historic Keystone Building it’s housed in; and Tangletown, as the area is known now. With just 18 seats indoors, and 24 in our streetside patio, Mkt. is an intimate space serving thoughtful, Italian inspired fare featuring local ingredients. 

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A Message to Our Guests:

Beginning October 25th and in accordance with King County Public Health order, all Seattle area Ethan Stowell Restaurants locations will require proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a recent negative test result for all indoor dining guests aged 12 and older. We thank you for your understanding and we thank you for your help in providing a safer environment for our teams, our guests, and our community. If you have any questions or concerns please email info@ethanstowellrestaurants.com.

Location

2108 N 55th Street
Seattle, Wa 98103
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Parking

Street Parking

Hours

Offering Indoor & Patio Dining and Pickup & Delivery 

Wednesday to Sunday from 4PM to 10PM

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TELEPHONE

(206) 812-1580

Menu

Dinner Menu
Wine List
Take Out Menu

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Our food menu is also avaliable to be delivered right to your door!   The entire delivery fee is retained by the restaurant to partially offset the costs paid to our delivery partner, DoorDash, that makes this service possible.

ESR Gift Cards

You can purchase gift cards at any location or in The Stowell Shop.

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Press

“Roasted porcini and ricotta ravioli in a mushroom broth is as good as any plate of pasta that any Ethan Stowell restaurant has ever put out, and that is saying something…the food at Mkt. feels like a labor of love”

Bethany Jean Clement
The Stranger

“So Hot Right Now!”

Eater
Eater Awards 2013

“Meticulously prepared dishes layer clean flavors in original ways.”

Providence Cicero
The Seattle Times

“Remarkable things in tight confines.”

Seattle Magazine
March, 2014

“Mkt. feels vital and, within weeks of opening, beloved by its neighbors.”

Kathryn Robinson
Seattle Met