SEATTLE, WASH. (PRWEB) October 19, 2012
Fall into the harvest season at Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen, the new full-service restaurant and bar located in the heart of Seattle’s historic Ballard neighborhood. A smokehouse-style restaurant, Kickin’ Boot revives an old millhouse and boasts an all-weather patio perfect for year-round dining.
The spacious, all-season patio has heated flooring and is enclosed with garage door-style windows — making it warm, comfortable, and an ideal place to enjoy an exceptional steak and bottle of wine — without the rain.
Fair-weather diners will delight in the chance to enjoy views of the Lake Washington Ship Canal along with their late autumn meal.
Kickin’ Boot serves only Open Prairie Natural Angus® beef — 100 percent natural with no added hormones or antibiotics. Open Prairie raises its cattle in the Columbia Basin, feeding them a 100 percent vegetarian diet with no animal by-products and harvesting them close to home in Pasco, Wash. From now through Oct. 31, Kickin’ Boot will serve four exceptional wood-fired steaks paired with robust Washington red wines, including:
About Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen
Kickin’ Boot Whiskey Kitchen brings Southern fare to Ballard with house-smoked BBQ, mesquite-grilled steaks, and an extensive whiskey selection. Open daily for lunch, dinner and late night bites, the full-service restaurant revives an old millhouse on the corner of Shilshole Avenue Northwest and 22nd Avenue Northwest.
The 4,700 sq. ft. renovated space boasts a 75-seat 21 plus bar area, a 50-seat all-ages dining room, and a 50-seat patio with large, retractable windows and a view of Salmon Bay. For more information, visit http://www.kickinboot.com, Facebook.com/KickinBoot, or Twitter.com/KickinBoot.