Best Service


Conversations about whiskey are often forgotten, for obvious reasons. So it's worth noting when a server who last took your order weeks ago remembers how you take your bourbon. Diners who dislike RN74 often grumble that Michael Mina's first Seattle restaurant lacks a local feel, and it's very likely the service they find jarring. Servers here are attentive, polite, and appropriately submissive to guests' requests. Most important, they're highly professional, which means they might not engage in long-winded discussions of their craft-distilling dreams, but they'll ready another Manhattan at the lift of an eyebrow. HANNA RASKIN 1433 Fourth Ave., 456-7474,

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