At Taste restaurant, the upscale-casual restaurant that opened earlier this month at the Seattle Art Museum, executive chef Christopher Conville is applying subtle strokes to create bold menu appeal for customers’ palates, young and old alike. Conville says his objective is to create a menu simplistic enough that everyone understands and appreciates it. It has just enough information, but not so much it will put off diners. In essence, he says, he has decided to take a ...

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