By Luke Chavez
The Times 

Chef Mike Easton will Bring New Life to a Familiar Space


October 28, 2021

Mike Easton

Self portrait of the chef and artist, taken with his 1932 Balda Baldax camera.

Among my most memorable dining experiences is of enjoying a bowl of perfectly sauced handmade pasta paired with a glass of humble house wine. This was a decade ago, at a little pop-up lunch counter tucked inside a tiny gelato shop along the Pike Place Market Hill Climb, those steep stairs that climb from the Seattle waterfront into the heart of the market. Only open for weekday lunch, with a small menu that changed daily written on a chalkboard, this was Il Corvo, a hidden gem that quickly gained cult status. I returned several times, always feeling like I was in on a secret. So, when I heard...

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