Bar Sajor

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For most of the last decade, restaurants have been opening everywhere except Pioneer Square. But Matt Dillon, a 2012 James Beard Award winner and the force behind Sitka & Spruce and The Corson Building, ended the drought with Bar Sajor. Here, folks who crave Sitka’s menu—flatbreads, wood-fired vegetables and meats, raw and cured seafood, pickles, yogurt and ancient grains—will find much to enjoy and a Eurocentric wine list to sip alongside. Plus: a takeout window, ideal for busy parents, who can carry home a rotisserie chicken with all the fixin’s.

 

Neighborhood: 
Pioneer Square
Cuisine Type:
Northwest
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