Beloved Seattle restaurant closing after 14 years of business

Oct 22 2020, 6:49 pm

October 30 will be the last day of service for Tilth, the iconic Wallingford restaurant that serves up New American cuisine prepared with organic ingredients.

Chef Maria Hines made the announcement Wednesday, thanking the community for helping to “create such a special place over the past 14 years.”

“Tilth had embraced the community, our local farms, local economy, had an unwavering commitment to organics, and always strived to create an experience through beautiful food and service with heart,” wrote Hines adding on that her, “heart goes out to every struggling individual, community, and business during this global crisis.”

Tilth was known for being an innovative organic restaurant. In its final months, the restaurant had shifted to a full takeout menu and bake-at-home family meals.

The restaurant had won multiple awards, including a James Beard Award as well as being recognizes as one of the 10 best new restaurants in the country by Frank Bruni of the New York Times.

Dear Tilth Family and Friends,
It’s with a heavy heart that I announce the closing of Tilth Restaurant on 10/30/20.


Posted by Tilth on Wednesday, 21 October 2020

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