Never eaten at The Georgian Room? Chances are, you don't think you can afford it or are a bit overwhelmed by the over-the-top elegance. If so, executive chef Gavin Stephenson has a few choice words for you.
Don't dismiss some of Seattle's best pub grub just because its housed in a pool hall. Garage has a menu that will please just about any palette.
KuKuRuZa is the Russian word for popcorn and the name of a new gourmet popcorn shop in downtown Seattle.
Bar belle, tastemaker, Seattle pub maven. Whatever you call her, Linda Derschang is undoubtedly the city's premier go-to gal when it comes to opening a neighborhood pub.
Yep. It's quite a drive. But the city of Quincy holds a restaurant that not only serves great food, it provides a unique view that trumps any dining room you can find in Seattle.
Kushibar executive chef Billy Beach came to Seattle from Japan in 1992, quickly leaving his mark on the local food scene as the chef at I Love Sushi, Wasabi Bistro and Umi Sake House.
When you walk into Buckley's, the first thing you'll notice is about 10 TVs, sports banners hanging from the rafters, and guys sitting at the bar watching their favorite game. Buckley's, however, is no sports bar.
"We didn't even know what we were doing at first. It was kind of a disaster in the beginning," says Top Pot co-founder Mark Klebeck. The Seattle company now makes about one million doughnuts a week.
Molly Moon Neitzel is doing her part to broaden the palates of Seattleites by offering unusual flavors, like balsamic strawberry.
What do you call the newest Seattle hot-spot that's a cross between neighborhood bistro and upscale saloon?
Looking for a great getaway this summer? Hop a ferry to Kitsap Peninsula and take a short, scenic drive to Hood Canal, where the Alderbrook Resort and Spa awaits.
A former golf pro turned chef is banking on it with JUNO, at the swanky new Arctic Club Hotel.
The Yarrow Bay Grill in Kirkland has been around since the 80's, and its chef has been manning the kitchens for almost as long.
Besides a global wine list that encompasses more than 250 wines, Sip, located in the Issaquah Highlands, has a top-notch menu to sample.
'Food with nerve' is the motto of this cozy restaurant snuggled between KeyArena and McCaw Hall near the Seattle Center.