Jeepers, you guys are right! What a mistake, but it's a mistake I've been living with since forever. Bob and I used to be such fans, we'd fly down from Anchorage for medical services not available up north and go straight to Wild Ginger from the airport. We'd often do all seafood and enjoy it with a riesling, say, and then go back the following day for a bunch of curries and a bottle of zinfandel, like Rafanelli, that I'd never see in Alaska. That was at the original location. I had no idea at the time who owned it. But around the time the Dahlia Lounge opened, I thought I learned that Wild Ginger was also his and nothing, until now, refuted it. Thanks.
Here's a list of his current restaurants, from Wikipedia:
Seatown Seabar and Rotisserie
Serious Pie Virginia (Heart of downtown Seattle)
Serious Pie Westlake (South Lake Union)
Cuoco (Northern Italian Style restaurant)
Brave Horse Tavern (21 and older)
Tanaka San (Asian Inspired Cuisine