I didn't really look ... I only took a photo.
Hmmm, I captured & posted that photo earlier (at lunchtime) from my cameraphone. It looks a bit blurry, so here's a translation:
"People Who Look At The Back Of Menus
Should Refrain From Drinking Or Operating
Heavy Farm equipment.
Blue Onion Management."
The menu is eclectic, the decor is funky, and the food is very good (best burger I've had in Seattle, or almost anywhere else). We even got to dine alfresco on a beautiful day. Or perhaps I should say "wait alfresco": unfortunately, nearly an hour elapsed between ordering and finally being served any food. We later learned that this was due to a large party (13) that arrived ahead of us. There was no adjustment to the bill to compensate for our having been inconvenienced, and the server never apologized ... the cook (owner?) did apologize, but only after telling us that "next time" we'll know to be prepared for a wait if we see a large party at another table. Managing expectations is a key to success in any endeavor, and if we had been told up front about the potential delay, we could have planned accordingly, perhaps deciding to come back another day. As it is, I don't think there will be a "next time" for me at the Blue Onion Bistro.