Thompson Seattle debuts Chef's Counter dinners

The Chef's Counter dinner is available Wednesday through Sunday with one seating at 6 p.m.

Scout, the 3-month-old restaurant in the Thompson Seattle, introduced an interactive, progressive Chef's Counter dinner. The locally focused menu changes frequently.

Chef Quinton Stewart leads the experiences, which are available Wednesday through Sunday with one seating at 6 p.m. Diners must make an advance reservation to sit at the eight-seat chef's counter and partake in the prix fixe menu. Each course is served at a different location in the hotel, culminating with dessert and drinks at The Nest, the hotel’s rooftop bar.

Scout's high-end twist on a camping theme involves vintage Boy Scout mugs, books with titles like Cabin Porn and Rock the Shack, and booths upholstered in pink, orange, and blue plaid. 

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