Jim Anderson

Volterra opens second location in Kirkland

Chef Don Curtiss and Managing Partner Michelle Quisenberry, the duo behind Ballard Avenue's Volterra restaurant are opening a second location in Kirkland, Wash.

The new 2,500 square feet eastside location is scheduled to open this fall.

Volterra - Kirkland will be located in the ground floor of a 101 luxury apartment building at 121 Kirkland Avenue, and will be big enough to accommodate 85 guests.

“We have many loyal customers who live on the Eastside, and with the opening of our Kirkland location, our guests will be able to receive the same Volterra experience without the hassle of dealing with traffic and bridges,” said Chef Curtiss in a press release.

Founded by Curtiss and Quisenberry, Volterra recently celebrated their seventh anniversary in Ballard. The restaurant is internationally-accliamed for their Tuscan-inspired menu made with local ingredients.

Volterra will offer a sneak peak of their Tuscan specialties to attendees of the Seattle International Film Festival’s opening night gala in Kirkland on May 31, 2012 at the Kirkland Performance Center. Volterra’s new Eastside neighbors are invited to attend and taste a flavor of what is to come at the restaurant’s new Kirkland location.  Tickets can be purchased through the SIFF box office at 206.324.9996 or online at www.siff.net.
For more information, visit Volterra online at http://www.volterrarestaurant.com.

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