How To Cook A Wolf

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  • $$$
Italian Restaurant in Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington, US
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Featured Review:

  • Brooke Agather
  • 10 months ago
Celebrated our anniversary at How To Cook A Wolf and it did not disappoint! We were greeted with a glass of bubbly and waited at the bar inside until our table was ready. The hostess was so sweet and personable. She took us outside to our private outdoor area with plenty of heating. We had cocktails, wine, sourdough bread, broccoli, beef carpaccio, beet salad, gnocchi, ravioli and ended with hazelnut gelato and an espresso martini. Everything was incredible - especially the carpaccio. They made us feel so special and definitely am going back! This spot is very intimate and cozy.

Contact and Address



Address: 2208 Queen Anne Ave N, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington  98109, US
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Opening Hours:

  Saturday 4–10PM
  Sunday 4–10PM
  Monday 4–10PM
  Tuesday 4–10PM
  Wednesday 4–10PM
  Thursday 4–10PM
  Friday 4–10PM

About the Business:

How To Cook A Wolf is a Italian restaurant located at 2208 Queen Anne Ave N, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington  98109, US.

The business is listed under italian restaurant, restaurant, small plates restaurant category. It has received 705 reviews with an average rating of 4.6 stars. Their services include Outdoor seating, Delivery, Takeout, Dine-in . Accepted payment methods include Debit cards .

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Reviews:

  • Brooke Agather
  • 10 months ago
Celebrated our anniversary at How To Cook A Wolf and it did not disappoint! We were greeted with a glass of bubbly and waited at the bar inside until our table was ready. The hostess was so sweet and personable. She took us outside to our private outdoor area with plenty of heating. We had cocktails, wine, sourdough bread, broccoli, beef carpaccio, beet salad, gnocchi, ravioli and ended with hazelnut gelato and an espresso martini. Everything was incredible - especially the carpaccio. They made us feel so special and definitely am going back! This spot is very intimate and cozy.
  • Ian Carroll
  • 10 months ago
The hostess was so sweet and personable. She took us outside to our private outdoor area with plenty of heating. We had cocktails, wine, sourdough bread, broccoli, beef carpaccio, beet salad, gnocchi, ravioli and ended with hazelnut gelato and an espresso martini. Everything was incredible - especially the carpaccio. They made us feel so special and definitely am going back! This spot is very intimate and cozy.
  • Victoria Thodt
  • 1 year ago
HTCAW in QA has been on my list for months and my husband finally made a reservation for my birthday. I cannot rave enough about the experience! Everything - the food (including the timing), the drinks, the service, the ambience - incredible. We had the marrow bone, burrata, agnolotti, strozzapretti, and espresso pot de crème. Every dish was perfectly seasoned, garnished and presented. Parker was our waiter; he has mastered attentiveness (without being overwhelming!) and thoughtfulness, all with a great sense of humor. We will definitely be back!
  • Cdubis1
  • 1 year ago
Food and cocktails were lovely, however I had said it was my wife’s birthday in my reservation and even called the day before asking if I needed to bring candles. They let me know they had it all set. We proceeded to watch other tables get a birthday aperitif and then a candle in their dessert. For us - nothing - no recognition of my wife’s birthday whatsoever - no candle. Lovely place for dinner but not for a special occasion sorry to say.
  • Jack Li
  • 1 year ago
How to cook a wolf would always have quality pasta and yummy bread. Cannot drink this time but always loved the wine selections. Although I'd love to see more varieties of pasta if possible. Service is wonderful too!

Health and Safety:

  • Reservations required
  • Mask required
  • Staff required to disinfect surfaces between visits

Services:

  • Outdoor seating
  • Delivery
  • Takeout
  • Dine-in

Offers:

  • Alcohol
  • Beer
  • Cocktails
  • Hard liquor
  • Healthy options
  • Late-night food
  • Small plates
  • Vegetarian options
  • Wine

Short Features:

Hip, upscale Italian-Mediterranean spot Wood-paneled eatery by chef Ethan Stowell specializing in sophisticated Italian-Mediterranean fare.

Payments:

  • Debit cards

Plannings:

  • Dinner reservations recommended
  • Accepts reservations
  • Usually a wait

FAQ:

How To Cook A Wolf is open the following days:

Saturday :  4–10PM
Sunday :  4–10PM
Monday :  4–10PM
Tuesday :  4–10PM
Wednesday :  4–10PM
Thursday :  4–10PM
Friday :  4–10PM

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Here are some reviews from our users.

"Celebrated our anniversary at How To Cook A Wolf and it did not disappoint! We were greeted with a glass of bubbly and waited at the bar inside until our table was ready. The hostess was so sweet and personable. She took us outside to our private outdoor area with plenty of heating. We had cocktails, wine, sourdough bread, broccoli, beef carpaccio, beet salad, gnocchi, ravioli and ended with hazelnut gelato and an espresso martini. Everything was incredible - especially the carpaccio. They made us feel so special and definitely am going back! This spot is very intimate and cozy."

"The hostess was so sweet and personable. She took us outside to our private outdoor area with plenty of heating. We had cocktails, wine, sourdough bread, broccoli, beef carpaccio, beet salad, gnocchi, ravioli and ended with hazelnut gelato and an espresso martini. Everything was incredible - especially the carpaccio. They made us feel so special and definitely am going back! This spot is very intimate and cozy."

"HTCAW in QA has been on my list for months and my husband finally made a reservation for my birthday. I cannot rave enough about the experience! Everything - the food (including the timing), the drinks, the service, the ambience - incredible. We had the marrow bone, burrata, agnolotti, strozzapretti, and espresso pot de crème. Every dish was perfectly seasoned, garnished and presented. Parker was our waiter; he has mastered attentiveness (without being overwhelming!) and thoughtfulness, all with a great sense of humor. We will definitely be back!"

"Food and cocktails were lovely, however I had said it was my wife’s birthday in my reservation and even called the day before asking if I needed to bring candles. They let me know they had it all set. We proceeded to watch other tables get a birthday aperitif and then a candle in their dessert. For us - nothing - no recognition of my wife’s birthday whatsoever - no candle. Lovely place for dinner but not for a special occasion sorry to say."

"How to cook a wolf would always have quality pasta and yummy bread. Cannot drink this time but always loved the wine selections. Although I'd love to see more varieties of pasta if possible. Service is wonderful too!"

Accepted payments methods at How To Cook A Wolf include

  • Debit cards

How To Cook A Wolf has 4.6 stars from 705 reviews.

The address of How To Cook A Wolf is 2208 Queen Anne Ave N, Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington, US.

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