Palace Kitchen, Etta’s Seafood, Lecosho Now Pouring Locus Wines

Etta's offers some of the best (tasting and looking) seafood in town

Etta’s offers some of the best (tasting and looking) seafood in town (image from Etta’s website)

Three downtown Seattle greats have just added the Locus wines to their wine lists.

Tom Douglas’ Pike Place Market staple, Etta’s Seafood is actually pouring the 2013 Locus Grenache/Syrah blend by the glass. Another Tom Douglas establishment, Palace Kitchen will pour two of our wines by the glass: The 2014 Locus Semillon and the 2014 Locus Rosé. Palace Kitchen is one of the two establishment that are tapping (pun totally intended) into our tap wine initiative this year. (The other establishment is Tallulah’s on Capitol Hill. They pretty much swept all the tap Rosé we produced this year)

Lecosho, co-owned by Matt Jenke of the Matt’s in the Market fame, is going to test out lecoshothe 2013 Locus Red. Lecosho. located on the Harbor Steps between 1st Avenue and Western, offers some ridiculously delicious foods that we hope will be done justice by our wines. Yes, the food and the service is great but it is also one of the few places that stay open late – until 1 AM daily, definitely a rarity in Seattle.