Kaspars settling into its new digs in Magnolia
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".Although they had pretty much run out of room at their Queen Anne location, the Doniers had not intended to sell the building, designed by celebrity architect Roland Terry, and which had been the site of a well-known French restaurant called Le Tastevin. But a local developer, John Teutsch, took over the neighboring Elks Lodge, and made the Doniers an offer they felt they couldn't refuse. They have already turned The Villa's indoor garden into a commercial kitchen. The butcher shop became a warehouse and office space, and the original restaurant has been converted into a special events venue that seats about 60. Meantime, Kaspar's has been named the official catering company for the historic Stimson Green Mansion on Capitol Hill, and operates Olde Stone Stables in Issaquah. Some 40 people work for the company full time.."
Read the full story at Eater Seattle - Kaspar's Moves From QA to Magnolia