So long, Bricco; hello LloydMartin

Posted on September 26th, 2011 by Laura Fonda


After five-plus years, Bricco owners Kevin and Tracy Erickson have closed the Italian-style restaurant atop Queen Anne hill.
The restaurant at 1525 Queen Anne Ave. N. is already being transformed by Seattle chef Sam Crannell into a new place called LloydMartin, which is named after his two grandparents. The new eatery will have 32 seats and is expected to open in October, according to a sign in the window. Crannell was the former chef at the short-lived Five Corner Market Bar and Kitchen in Ballard.
Crannell’s LloydMartin is touted as fine food at casual prices with comfort flavors, cutting edge techniques, premium ingredients and chef-to-guest interaction.


0 responses to “So long, Bricco; hello LloydMartin”

  1. Chad says:

    So why did Bricco close? They seemed to be doing OK.

  2. Chad says:

    So why did Bricco close? They seemed to be doing OK.

  3. George H. says:

    I heard they live in Ballard and wanted to stay closer to their Ballard Ave restaurant Moshi Moshi.

  4. George H. says:

    I heard they live in Ballard and wanted to stay closer to their Ballard Ave restaurant Moshi Moshi.

  5. Mike says:

    You know traffic is getting worse when you close your restaurant because of the commute from Ballard to Queen Anne

  6. Mike says:

    You know traffic is getting worse when you close your restaurant because of the commute from Ballard to Queen Anne

  7. Alison says:

    Aw, that’s a shame. We ate there when we first moved here this summer and it was awesome.

  8. Alison says:

    Aw, that’s a shame. We ate there when we first moved here this summer and it was awesome.

  9. Ryan says:

    They closed because you couldn’t eat there without coming out smelling of food.

  10. Ryan says:

    They closed because you couldn’t eat there without coming out smelling of food.

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