Episode 097 - Garrett Doherty (@tygertygerseattle/@lionheadseattle)
On the 97th episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast, we sit down with Garrett Doherty, Chef Owner of both the newly opened Tyger Tyger and Lionhead restaurants. Monica and Nelson both met up with Garrett and discussed what it was like to open a new restaurant during a pandemic. Tyger Tyger is the third restaurant Garrett has opened in Seattle. Listen in as we chat and discuss how different it is to have a new restaurant in Lower Queen Anne next to Climate Pledge Arena in comparison to having Lionhead located on Broadway.
In addition, Monica and Nelson recap a week where they each picked up their Bells Pastries July Dessert Boxes at Champion Wine Cellars in Greenwood.
Plus, Nelson ate all around Seattle and the Eastside this past week. He had picnics in the park ordering Bento ya Goemen in Issaquah and Din Tai Fung and ordered from Little Ting's Dumplings via the Chowbus app. Nelson also ate at Pho Viet Anh and Timeless Tea while picking up food from Watson's Counter, Low Rider Baking Co., Frelard Tamales, Baked from the Hart and La Conasupo Restaurant and Market.
Meanwhile, Monica ate through her equal share this week visiting Pike Place Market and picking up food from the Atrium Kitchen, Ellenos, and Cobb's Popcorn. She also visited Miir Flagship for some True North nitro, Dick's Drive-In, Pagliacci for some pizza and Gelatiamo, and her weekly outing to Mangosteen/Cut and Cook BBQ/Boba Bar.
Thank you so much for listening and we hope you enjoy the latest episode of the Seattle Foodie Podcast.