Feathers are flying as the newest restaurant in Woodinville readies to open its doors.
Adam Gold, former VP of research at Food Network and Woodinville resident, is opening Gobble, a restaurant billed as moderately priced with quick service. It will offer eat-in, catering and take-out serving exclusively turkey-based dishes for adults and kids, as well as non turkey-based accompanying side dishes.
Remodeling is well underway in the space at 13300 NE 175th Street #3 and Gold told Patch Thursday he's hoping for a Oct. 15 opening, if everything falls into place.
Although it's coming along nicely, he didn't want to give away too much about the restaurant's look before it opens.
"Showing too much is a little like Disneyland showing how the rides are done -- we want to blow people away with how beautiful the place is," he said.
Seattle Eater is reporting the space will seat 50 at farmhouse-style tables.
It's Gold's first time as an owner, but he's been involved in the restaurant business as a network executive (he had a hand in the Iron Chef America concept) and as a branding consultant for the past 20 years.