This ‘farm-to-neighborhood’ restaurant joins Essex, Delancey, the Fat Hen, and Honoré in making parking difficult in its micro–business district in outer Ballard. Owners Barry and Scott Rogel promise B&H is "a huge departure from their previous endeavors"—the DeLuxe and the Athenian. The place has a fancied-up old-timey look; the antique bar and mural came from a defunct tavern in Winlock, Washington. The chef, Race Jones, comes from the Matador chain.
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