Our Canadian neighbors in British Columbia are also a wine producing region of distinction. Here's a rundown on some of their producers.
Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
Last week, I talked about the five foods the East Coast is just better at, so now it’s time for the West Coast to shine. While there is a lot of great seafood out here on the West Coast like mussels, salmon, halibut, and more - I decided to mostly focus on what I think we truly do best: Asian food.
Seattle Restaurant Week starts today, with more than 170 restaurants participating and offering three course meals for $30 per person.
Canon, a self proclaimed "whisky and bitters emporium" just came in sixth in Drinks International's 2014 list of The World's 50 Best Bars.
This week: bars, coffee shops, and Mexican and Italian eateries in Pioneer Square! And a bunch of updates.
The Krispy Kreme Cruiser is in town this weekend celebrating their 13th anniversary in the Pacific Northwest, and will be making the rounds in Seattle and surrounding cities this week. Check out the schedule to see when it will be in your neighborhood!
No time to plan, shop and cook dinner? Apps and delivery services are making the art of dinner a whole lot easier.
A West Coast girl born and raised, I don’t like admitting that there are some foods that are just better on that other coast. But during my recent trip to Maryland, New York, New Jersey, and Delaware, I couldn’t help but admit there are some dishes that are way better out there.
At Bell + Whete, the new restaurant from the team behind Local 360, the benedicts are perfect. Especially the Crab Benedict that includes huge chunks of crab meat, generously piled on thick, homemade English muffins.
After last month's Pinot in the City, we look at Oregon wine and some of the places we'd love to travel to for a visit.
TripAdvisor just released their list of Top 10 Fine Dining Establishments in the U.S. - and Seattle restaurant Canlis came in at #8.
SoDo's Garagiste isn't just an email-based wine seller, it also has a modest wine shop inside its warehouse.
Kur Gin of Wildwood Spirits Co. was awarded the Best in Show honor at the 2014 New York World Wine and Spirits Competition.
Here in the Pacific Northwest we’re known for our great seafood. Visiting friends and family are undoubtedly taken down to Pike Place Market to see the iconic fish toss, at least two bowls of clam chowder are consumed while here, and everyone is sent home with freshly smoked salmon.
Four openings, one closing and an update for foodies on two neighborhoods in the greater Seattle area.
First of all – we had no idea that Sahale Snacks was local! Was that just us? Well, for anyone else out there like us who had just been grabbing these lovely snacks off the shelves at the grocery store (and not bothering to read the About Us section on the back) – add this company to the list of things to be proud of as a Seattleite.
Starting today, a three-truck rotation pod will be serving Westlake Park all day long, seven days a week. After a successful test run of the 'food truck pod" concept in South Lake Union, the Downtown Seattle Association and partner BurgerNW has decided to give it a go in Westlake Park as well.
Not to detract from something people obviously love, but the seasonality of drinks has been around far longer than the arrival of the Pumpkin Spice Latte (PSL). We ask the drinks that actually embrace the seasonal ingredients of the Northwest’s harvest come forward.
In the world of wine, there is a growing subgroup: wines from celebrities. Here are a few that we've tried recently.
Fat Ducks Deli & Bakery has been open in the University District for about three years. It's a place where you'll find East Coast flavors and attitude.