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November 4, 2017

THIS EVE DISH IS AN ODE TO A SEATTLE CLASSIC THAT WAS AHEAD OF ITS TIME

Two years ago this month, Eve co-owners Debra Russell and Jill Buchanan created their restaurant’s famous hot bowl after a decade of nostalgic cravings. The dish pays homage to the Capitol Hill juice joint Gravity Bar (open from 1986 to 2005), which was one of Russell’s favorite spots.

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October 13, 2017

WHERE TO GO TO GET THE BEST BURGERS IN SEATTLE...EVE HAS ONE OF THE BEST!

The dream of the ’70s is alive in Fremont, at this “elevated hippie food” restaurant across from Waiting for the Interurban. For a spot that’s become a daily haunt for families and people carrying yoga mats, Eve offers an airily romantic sense of place at moderate prices.

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October 13, 2017

INTERVIEW WITH STACKEDD MAG!

The Fremont restaurant scene has been lacking adult-friendly eateries for as long as I can remember. If you’ve seen the transformation from families toting strollers during the day, to college kids (or douche jerk-offs acting like college kids) stumbling out of 9 Mil or Norms during late night weekend hours, you’re probably cringing at the memory.

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October 13, 2017

FREMONT’S EVE: FOOD THAT’S GOOD FOR THE BODY, ENVIRONMENT AND PALATE

The offspring of industry veterans Debra Russell and Jill Buchanan, Eve is particularly well-suited to its time and place. It provides common ground for the aging bohemians and young techies who coexist at the Center of the Universe to commune over ancient grains, bison burgers and bone broth.

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October 13, 2017

WE ARE THE EDITORS PICK FOR PLACES TO VISIT IN SEATTLE

The dream of the ’70s is alive in Fremont, at this “elevated hippie food” restaurant across from Waiting for the Interurban. For a spot that’s become a daily haunt for families and people carrying yoga mats, Eve offers an airily romantic sense of place at moderate prices. As for the food—starters, spreads, salads, veggies, and mains—it nails “hippie” more consistently than it does “elevated,” alas, but that’s not a deal breaker for a town that doesn’t offer much else for clean-eating destinations.

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October 10, 2017

SEATTLE NEWS CHATTED WITH US ABOUT OUR INSPIRATION

There are times you step into a restaurant and immediately sense that something unique awaits. And in a dining scene that’s currently robust, but also often derivative and lazy in menu conception and ambience, Eve Fremont’s originality in both areas is refreshing. And with most of the lauded openings happening on Capitol Hill and in Ballard these days, a jaunt to Fremont was likewise an appreciated diversion.

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