Brown and her son Damon Bomar opened Communion at the end of last year, moving forward with their pre-pandemic plans for a Central District space on the site of the first Black-owned bank in the Pacific Northwest. While in the beginning takeout was the only way to commune with Communion, Brown’s “Seattle Soul” cuisine still met with immediate acclaim, brightening the quarantine holidays and this bizarre
The award-winning fries — arriving just in time for July 13th’s #NationalFrenchFryDay — cost a whopping $200 and are fittingly named “Creme de la Creme Pommes Frites.”
NEW YORK HOSPITALITY INDUSTRY CRITICIZES THE END OF TO-GO COCKTIALS
“I’m kind of speechless, overwhelmed and elated, excited — just one of the most surreal experiences I’ve ever had,” corporate executive chef Frederick Schoen-Kiewert, 41, told The Post.