Wednesday, April 3, 2013

Bar Sajor - Seattle, WA

I was excited to hear that Bar Sajor, owned by Matt Dillon of Sitka & Spruce and the Corson Building, was opening in Pioneer Square. We were married in this historical district of Seattle and I've always hoped that bars and restaurants would move into the old, brick buildings.

We came here the same night we shot this outfit post.

As the weather has gotten warmer, I've moved to lighter wines like rosé.

Loving the space and how they used a vintage sink as a wine cooler.

Tuna crudo with avocado, cilantro, and lime.

Shared half a chicken roasted in buttermilk with harissa, yogurt, and squash marmalade dipping sauces.

Side of kale with red chili.

Caramels as a sweet departing treat.

Gorgeous gold framed mirror I'd love to have in my home...

Photography by Miguel Marino

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13 comments:

  1. the photos are lovely! the food looks soo tasty :D

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  2. Gosh, that food looks so delish. Yes that gold mirror is gorgeous!!!

    Have a beautiful day, Carolyn!

    xoxo

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  3. Love these photos! So beautiful!

    <3
    Sarah

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  4. Such a lovely place! Dinner looks amazing.

    <3 Rubiiee

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  5. this place looks amazing, would you like to follow each other? i like your blog :)

    xx
    www.pretpenser.com
    www.pretpenser.com

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  6. great images and pretty blog!

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  7. Oh my, that looks so delicious!

    XO The Daily Fashion Drug

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  8. Thank you for this review! This place looks great, I'll have to go check it out now. =)

    Avec Amber

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  9. Love the little caramels, a sweet touch (sorry ;)

    re your twitter feed i can see on the side panel - i recently went to venice & can recommend:

    - the peggy guggenheim collection, the sculpture garden has some cool lights, & there are some awesome Jackson Pollock paintings
    - visit the ghetto (where the word ghetto originally comes from), a refuge for Jews centuries ago.
    - the fish market on the rialto bridge
    - go to Harrys bar & have a bellini
    - find a supermarket & fill a plastic bottle with wine on tap, so cheap!

    One thing I loved about Venice that you get used to so quickly is no road traffic! you walk or get water taxis everywhere :)

    London, I have loads of tips, but mainly visit the hayward gallery, the national portrait gallery, lincoln inn fields park & the southbank.

    Happy travelling!!

    Katie x

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  10. i love love your earrings! where are they from??
    xo,
    Sandy
    Sandy a la Mode

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  11. The mirror is gorgeous! And the food looks amazing.

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  12. That is sooo lovely! I know you are excited because of the significance it has.

    Great photos, and yummy food. xx

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  13. Beautiful shots, the food looks amazing! Your husband is a very talented photographer!

    XO

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Thank you for commenting!
Love, Carolyn