Seattle’s very own Tom Douglas has opened a new spot. His group has added Neb to the mix, a restaurant with a focus on “rustic NW Italianesque dishes.”

Neb quietly opened its doors on Friday, November 17th. The new spot is short for, “Neb Head”, Tom’s nickname amongst his close friends. When it comes to food and vibes, Piedmont and its wines are the big inspiration.

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The menu is short but packed full of flavor. You’ll find dishes like a bruschetta of the day, Newaukum Valley farm chicories with parm dressing, and bagna cauda crouton, as well as uni spaghetti with salmon roe and nori among other items.

There’s also a selection of meats and cheese you can snack on and desserts like hazelnut cake. Of course, you’ll also find a drink menu with wines and a selection of negronis.

Reservations can be made online.


When: Wednesday, Thursday, and Sunday 5 PM-9 PM, Friday & Saturday 5 PM-10 PM
Where: 316 Virginia St