Cupcakes these days are usually adorable - but Trophy has outdone themselves this year with their Thanksgiving Dozen.
Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
Thanksgiving is all about food and Black Friday is all about money. So there’s no better time than this week to put your money where your mouth is and donate to one of Seattle’s great food-related non-profit organizations.
With several locations and lots of history, most Seattleites have had a piece of Ezell’s Chicken or Heaven Sent, but there are plenty of other fried chicken spots worth giving a try in the Emerald City.
Don’t feel like hosting a Thanksgiving, or really doing any work? No problem. Here’s a roundup of things going on in the area that will make for a Hassle Free Holiday.
If you are hosting Friendsgiving this year, check out these tips to make the friendly feast a success!
LEED Silver certified and winner of multiple Best Of awards, Urbane Restaurant is changing things up with new cocktail and (twice daily) happy hour menus.
The centerpiece of Thanksgiving is turkey. Here are a few different techniques and recipes that are in vogue this holiday.
Is your fantasy food market full of stalls serving Vietnamese bun cha (char-grilled pork), Kenyan chapati breads, and Filipino lumpia? Do you wish you could have a side of pulao rice with your ceviche? These are also the dreams of Philip Deng, the founder of MarketShare.
Open your doors to an All You Can Eat oyster event, and what happens? 1,800 oysters (that's about 150 dozen shucked) get gobbled up. Such was the case at Frank's Oyster House and Champagne Parlor Bubbles and Bivalves event.
Bring the kids to one of The Pantry at Delancey’s special cooking classes for first-class cooking instruction, a fun parent-child bonding experience, delectable food, oh and a rollicking good time.
Having a great meal in Seattle doesn’t have to break the bank. As most chefs will tell you, a lot of the best dishes are simple, with very few ingredients. Here are 10 of the best Seattle dishes for under $10.
After six years at Canlis, Executive Chef Jason Franey will be moving to Monterey, CA to head up the kitchen of Restaurant 1833. Mark Canlis chatted with us for a bit about what this means for Canlis (emotionally and operationally), and how the search for a new chef is coming.
It was only a matter of time before a campaign started up aiming to save the iconic Cuban sandwich joint that closed earlier in the week. This Save Paseo kickstarter hopes to raise $250,000, re-hire back the same employees, up their wages, and re-open Paseo.
Burgers and food trucks on the east side, a sports bar on the west and a popular Seattle Italian spinoff up north. All in all, a pretty good week.
Guys. Paseo closing is a bummer - but we seem to have forgotten all this blessed city has to offer! Allow us to reintroduce you to these five outstanding sandwiches joints.
Here’s a rundown on what to drink with Thanksgiving dinner before the inevitable tryptophan-induced nap kicks in.
Paseo, a legendary sandwich shop with locations in both Fremont and Ballard, has abruptly closed.
Great food, great ambience, and a great dinner partner are the necessary components for an unforgettable dinner. If you’re planning your next romantic evening on the town, there are plenty of new restaurants to consider before making your reservation. Here are five of Seattle’s best new date night restaurants.
When cold season descends upon Seattle, its time to bring out the big guns in germ warfare—and I’m not talking about a purse large enough to hold all the tissues. Steaming bowls of soup, spicy and slurped, from the International District are just the type of Eastern medicine needed to chase away the sniffles.
Monday we brought you the sad news that the Gingerbread Latte was no longer going to be available in Pacific Northwest. Well, Starbucks heard our cries. Today, they announced that they will be bringing back the iconic favorite after multiple emails, tweets, and phone calls from disgruntled fans.