How to Cook a Wolf
This dark den sits at the top of Queen Anne Hill, its wood-slatted walls and cork tabletops evoking a vineyard barrel room vibe. The space is diminutive – just 30 seats – as is the succinct menu, which showcases a daily-changing lineup of simple, rustic Italian fare. Pasta is a given with dishes like gramigna with pork ragu, or a vegetarian malloreddus with tomato, chili, and fennel, but the menu also includes charcuterie plates and grilled seafood. Wine hails from Italy and the American northwest.