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Divine%20Spanokopita.JPG Divine%20ribbons.JPG Winner of “Best Entrée” at this weekend's Bite of Seattle was Divine, a “modern Greek” restaurant out on Roosevelt Way with a delicious, bite-sized Spanakopita: phyllo puff pastry filled with spinach and feta, served on a base of fondue made from kasseri and ouzo, the whole thing drizzled with balsamic reduction.

At $3.75, it was also one of the tastiest morsels at this year's Bite. Didn't care as much for their baklava (too sweet for my taste, but named "Best Dessert" nonetheless).

Bite benefited from decent weather, compared to last year's rain. Generally good-natured and patient crowds put up with overstuffed dogs, strollers, Jesus-freaks, conspiracy theorists, sidewalk vendors, health-food pamphleteers, the aromas of outdoor cooking facilities for dozens of restaurants (not a single one from Belltown!) and the cacophony of half a dozen music stages.

Divine, 7918 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, 206-526-7919
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