Tessellate Dinner with Atoma – April 3rd


We are thrilled to announce our Tessellate dinner series is back for Spring 2023. This is our idea of a modern day supper club. Collaborating with talented chefs from diverse backgrounds, we have curated distinctive menus coupled with Fair Isle beers. April 3rd will be the first dinner in the series, hosted by Chef Johnny Courtney and his new venture, Atoma.

Chef Johnny Courtney, previously the executive sous-chef at Canlis for four years, has honed his culinary skills in top restaurants across the globe, including Australia, Mexico, Denver, and Seattle. With the launch of Atoma, he brings together his love for food, hospitality, and community, promising a distinctive dining experience. Courtney’s cuisine blends traditional and contemporary European influences, highlighting seasonal ingredients and bold flavors, all meticulously crafted with an eye for detail.

Atoma strives to provide a thoughtful dining experience in an informal setting. Contemporary food, highlighting the best of what we can find each season locally. We prepare food that speaks to the diverse background of our team. Drawing inspiration from our varied experiences, we make a cuisine that’s unique to Washington and uniquely Atoma.

You can expect an indulgent culinary experience featuring dishes like beef tendon with bonito aioli and horseradish, coal-roasted celeriac with brown butter crab and watercress sabayon, rabbit roulade with foraged mushrooms, and sunchoke ice cream with burdock caramel and malted barley crumble.

At checkout, please let us know if you have any allergies or dietary preferences, but note that we cannot accommodate gluten free requests and shellfish, dairy, allium, and egg allergies for this dinner. 

$117 per guest as communal seats or by table. Ticket price includes beer pairing and gratuity. Doors open and happy hour starts at 5:30pm with food service starting at 6:00pm.

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Seat at Communal Table #1, Seat at Communal Table #2, Table of Four, Table of Two