Toss out any preconceived notions of a typical diner before you get here. The food comes out of an open diner-style kitchen but is anything but predictable, with a cleverly designed menu focusing on fresh regional and sustainable products that changes daily. You may find yourselves fighting over the last bites of pie, either an appetizer caviar pie as pretty as a rainbow with whipped cream cheese and sour cream or a Theo chocolate pecan pie with bourbon Chantilly cream, both amazingly yummy. Keeping with the Pacific Northwest theme, all the wines hail from Washington and Oregon and it is a very good selection to boot. There's a fresh and bright design with windows overlooking the market area, a back-lit bar and a colorful photo montage over the kitchen opening. You might instead find yourself at a high-top community table or on diner stools, all of which look directly into the kitchen.