The space is small, the plates are tiny, and the experience 
is the full-meal deal.

Txori (pronounced "CHO-ree") is best staged for a postwork, preprandial flirtation, ample lubed with the poor-man's sangrria pitilin gorri, (wine & orange soda), or something off the fine list of Spanish reds.

Don't Miss the four-course, family-style suppers, held every the first Monday of each month as long-form showcase of the chef's chops.

Don't go and mistake this place for a dinner place. This is strictly interlude food in the EU flare. A breathe of fresh air in a town gone giddy with gastropubs.

(206) 204-9771
2207 2nd Ave
Seattle, WA 98121

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