We're trying to elongate the news of OpenTable's Best Brunch winners: Skillet, Portage Bay Cafe and Eques. Today we look into Portage Bay Cafe.
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With locations in Northgate and Bellevue already under its belt, Kukai Ramen and Izayaka's recent US expansion now includes the corner of Pine and Bellevue in Capitol Hill.
We visited three Seattle area hotels, and one in Victoria, for afternoon tea, and after recovering from our sugar high, came up with the best one for every occasion.
Free Piroshky! More pizza! Tapas in the Junction!
The Ravenna neighborhood is in for a real treat with the opening of Sod House Bakery. Focusing on using local and sustainable ingredients, the bakery offers delicious pastries and other baked goods made in-house.
One person can make a difference. Bryan Papé founded MiiR, a Seattle-based active lifestyle brand strategically designed to give back, after a life-changing skiing accident.
It’s been one heck of a year for Blaine Wetzel, the chef of Lummi Island’s Willows Inn, and it’s only May—the acclaimed restaurant is just barely getting into its busy season.
We asked bar manager Sara Poole from E. Smith Mercantile for her must-try summer drinks.
SIFF certainly has Seattle pegged. They, of course, know we love fine films. And now it appears they've caught on to our love of great food.
One of my best friends moved to Seattle just about two years ago, and as she explores the city and eats her way through the best restaurants and the ones that hold Seattle’s history within them, there are still a few that I’m sad she’ll never eat at.
Asparagus marks the spring bounty of vegetables to enliven our palates. But what about the question we all have about asparagus?
Do you enjoy wine but know nothing about it? Have you ever been staring at the wine section in the store wondering which to grab for a dinner at the boss’s house?
When Vegas Uncork’d and Bon Appetit invited us to come down and check out the festival (a weekend-long bacchanal featuring the hottest celebrity chefs in Vegas) we wondered: What makes someone want to attend a food and wine festival, anyway?
If your typical gin and tonic order at the bar has grown a little stale, we have six suggestions for you to shake things up. From candy topped cocktails to vinegar based drinks, these inventive and potent concoctions are anything but boring. Variety is the spice of life, right?
There is still time to set up a wonderful breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner with your beloved Mom this Mother's Day! Here are the local eateries who are doing something extra special for the big day.
These are some healthy recipe tips and roundup from PCC and STAR 101.5's Guide to Healthy Living.
Based out of Seattle, Candy Jar is an online candy company, currently offering over 700 different kinds of sweet candy treats for the discerning candy lover.
With the inevitable backyard barbecues and picnics with your friends, summer is always the perfect excuse to stock up on your favorite bottles of rosé.
There’s a myth (perpetuated, I suspect, by restaurant PR folks) that all Mom wants for Mothers’ Day is a traditional brunch: eggs, toast, and perhaps a fruit salad. But this is 2015, and the brunch that Mom actually wants might not be from the Franco-American canon of classic cuisine.
Arcade Lights is an annual artisan food, craft beer and wine festival featuring more than 70 local artisan food and drink purveyors.