This restaurant is full of light even on a grey day because of its large windows. I love the colorful artwork on the wall that look like big vegetables and fruits.
If you have read my past post about Dale Chihuly’s houseboat on Lake Union or if you have visited Chihuly Garden and Glass, you probably already know that he has always been a collectionner.
You will find plenty of his antique collections here. There is a unique display of diverse objects in shadow boxes under glass on each table: clocks, weird string dispensers, doll house furniture, Christmas tree balls, citrus squeezers… Along the wall, there are shelves full of antique radios and bottle openers. And look above! Hanging from the ceiling, accordions… plenty of them, maybe 30 or 40.
You can ask for the booklet presenting the entire collection.
I really like the interior design but the food is also very good. Salads, sandwiches, fish are tasty and soups are also very good. But all dishes are served in huge portions and are a little pricey.
— Collections café Chihuly Garden and Glass, 305 Harrison St