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Sure, Go to Mbar to Party—But Don't Go There to Eat

Despite proven chefs, Mbar isn't worth the cash. by Tobias Coughlin-Bogue B efore visiting, all I really knew about Mbar was that it was an extremely buzzy collaboration between the Haroun family, owners of the popular Middle Eastern fusion restaurant Mamnoon, and Jason Stratton, the chef who brought Spinasse to glory. I was prepared for a bit of pomp, given that it was billed as "the definitive Seattle rooftop restaurant experience" and serves the city's nouveau riche tech elites.
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