Step up to the counter at Home Remedy where our cooks are available to customize everything from savory rice bowls to hand-carved sandwiches like our house made pastrami or our Indian style burritos!
Craving some New York style pizza? Pick up whole pies or pizza by the slice with seasonal toppings in addition to the classics. We also have a wide array of specialty, local and imported foods to enhance your meals at home.
Don't feel like cooking? No sweat! Check out our fully cooked and frozen favorites from our restaurants that just need the warmth of your oven including lasagna from Cuoco, pretzels from the Brave Horse Tavern and pizza crust from Serious Pie (just to name a few things).
Let us pair your chicken pot pie with a local brew or pick a bottle of wine for you to settle into a movie with. We've also got snacks and some basic sundries just in case you need an emergency tooth brush or an emergency pint of ice cream. We look forward to seeing you soon at Home Remedy.
Born in Anacortes, Wa and raised east of Cleveland, Ohio, Kyle Johnson returned to his PNW roots in 2010. After working at Seatown Seabar for its opening year, Kyle moved to Dahlia Lounge, working his way up the line to sous chef where he worked until the summer of 2017 when he became the chef of Cantina Leña. In late 2018, Kyle moved over to take on the chef position at Home Remedy.
Prior to his return to Washington, Kyle had worked with his father Randal at his restaurant Molinari’s in Mentor, Ohio. Growing up with a father who is a chef, Kyle was exposed to the controlled chaos of a kitchen early, beginning with washing dishes at 10 years of age, and culminating with being sous chef at the age of 22. This early exposure to different foods, cultures and experiences had a lasting impact on Kyle, who decided to follow in his father’s footsteps.
When Kyle isn’t cooking at Home Remedy, he is usually cooking for his friends, family and amazing wife Tara at their home, or making hilarious dad jokes.