Stock up on the mac and cheese, text the babysitter, and stream a couple of Pixar flicks because it’s another edition of Seattle Date Night. This week’s Date Night features content from Seattle Magazine as they take us on a tour to sample the goods from Seattle dining spot, Black Bottle Postern, where the food is “built to be shared.”

Industrial and unfussy, the Eastside’s outpost of the Belltown original is worth a visit.

With soaring 30-foot ceilings and booths that sit along an expanse of windows, Black Bottle Postern wouldn’t seem half as edgy if it weren’t for its locale: smack dab in shiny new Bellevue.

The crowd here is also a bit of a departure for the city; sure, you’ve got your besuited tall, dark and handsomes and your coiffed ladies clutching pricey purses. But groups of casual diners also find their way in to share an enormous plate of “blasted broccoli” ($8)—roasted until the tips are dark and crisp, they’re a menu staple at the original Black Bottle in Belltown—and pulled pork tacos ($7).

To read more about their succulent menu items, click here.

This is our weekly guest post from our friends at Seattle Magazine, which keeps readers on the pulse of restaurants, personalities, arts, entertainment and culture that reflect the tapestry of our dynamic landscape. We’ve teamed up for an exciting partnership to bring you a weekly dose of fantastic Date Night ideas throughout greater Seattle.