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Vietnamese restaurant Ramie opening in Capitol Hill

New restaurant Ramie — owned by the same folks behind popular Bainbridge spot Ba Sa — is opening in Capitol Hill on Wednesday, May 22, serving up neighborhood Vietnamese eats.

A margarita-esque cocktail sits on a wooden table. The rim is coated with black lava salt, and a green leaf garnishes the top of the drink.

The Hoa Anh Tuc is Ramie’s take on a margarita, mixing tequila with peppercorn, tangerine, and lime for a citric sip with a bite.

Photo by SEAtoday staff

Looking for a new place to scope and snack with your friends?

Ramie, a new restaurant venture from the same folks behind Bainbridge’s Ba Sa, is opening Wednesday, May 22 with a menu inspired by the nhau culture of gathering to eat and drink for no particular reason (count us in).

Diners can expect shareable dishes like oyster mushrooms cooked in a fish sauce and lime juice reduction, rice rolls with shrimp butter and ground pork, and a chewy hollow bread served with honey butter.

The cocktail menu also includes treats like the Cốm (or Panda Rice) which tastes like a slightly bitter key lime pie + a margarita with peppercorn, tangerine, and garlic + chives.

Trinh and Thai Nguyen’s sleek new space is open at 1529 14th Ave. from Wednesday to Sunday, 3-10 p.m.

Dig in.

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