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Floating atop the landmark Meier & Frank Building, Departure’s ambitious menu captivates diners with its masterful remix of authentic coastal cuisines. From street food-styled starters to meal-sized classics, rice and noodle specialties to market-fresh sushi, Departure embraces the bounty of the Pacific Northwest to deliver the fiery flavors of the Far east. Whether steamed or stir-fried, smoked or sautéed, each dish leads diners to another stage along Departure’s culinary adventure.

cut and run To leave as quickly as possible; to take off without further to-do; in slang terms, to split or cut out. These figurative meanings derive from the nautical use of cut and run which dates from the 18th century. According to a book on sailing entitled Rigging and Seamanship (1794), cut and run means “to cut the cable and make sail instantly, without waiting to weigh anchor.” By extension, this expression can be used to describe any type of quick getaway.

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