Two big-time Seattle icons are shutting their doors for good in this week's roundup. While that breaks our hearts, the beauty of Open & Shut is that there are also - inevitably - new openings as well.
Eat & Drink
Eat & Drink
With the recent opening of his Hitchcock Deli in Georgetown, Brendan McGill adds to his local family of restaurants.
Seattle Urban Farm Company (SUFCo) is a local business that designs, builds and maintains beautifully landscaped farms for apartment complexes, restaurants and residences. Over the past two weeks we've taken you inside an apartment complex rooftop farm, residenctial farm - and now we're looking at their farm on the top of Bastille in Ballard.
Yogurt meant just one thing when I was young: the slimy white stuff that stood between my mouth and the sugary “fruit on bottom,” described on the side of the container. Now, Seattle's experiencing something of an international yogurt revolution. French, Ethiopian, or Vietnamese, it's time to find your yogurt flavor.
Don't know what a Nanaimo bar is? First of all - you're not alone. We polled the newsroom over here at KOMO and only about 60 percent of people did. Regardless, it's been dubbed our state's Dessert of Choice in Slate's most recent United Sweets of America post.
AllRecipes.com is known worldwide for helping home cooks discover and share recipes for creative casseroles, bacon-wrapped... anything, holiday treats and much more, but did you know the online encyclopedia for virtually every food craving was born and raised right here in Seattle?
Ines Patisserie brings a true taste of France to Seattle. The owner, Nohra Belaid, is from northern France and is extremely passionate about pastries. Her French attitude shocks some and delights others. She recently moved her popular bakery from Madison Valley to Capitol Hill.
The OpenTable Diners' Choice Awards for the Top 100 Scenic View Restaurants in America just came out - and eight Washington State restaurants are on it! How many of these have you been to?
This week in openings: burgers, burgers, and more burgers! And one big closing that will probably surprise you.
Seattle is a stunningly good town in which to eat hamburgers. However, it’s been a tough week for Seattle’s best hamburgers with the untimely closing of the groundbreaking Katsu Burger in Georgetown and the final service of Capitol Hill’s La Bête. Rather than mourn lost beef brethren, burger-lovers of Seattle, it’s time to get out and eat more burgers!
Giddy Up Burgers & Greens opened Monday, August 18th in Ballard. Primarily serving craft burgers and beer, Giddy Up also has a pay-per-pound salad bar a la Whole Foods.
The Auction of Washington Wines multi-event weekend this past Thursday through Saturday was incredibly successful, raising $1.8 million for uncompensated care at Seattle Children's Hospital and WSU's Viticulture and Enology program.
Where do high end restaurants get their more unique ingredients? Probably a farm in Malaysia, a boutique in Cairo, or a supplier in Manhattan – right? Wrong. It’s actually from a warehouse in SeaTac.
The new Canterbury Ale House on Capitol Hill definitely isn't a dive bar anymore. The food is fantastic and the new decor is bright and open.
Food & Wine magazine named Milstead & Co. one of the best coffee shops but also one of the "snobbiest" in the nation. What does it mean to hold the "snobbiest" title? We visited Milstead & Co., to find out.
The score is even this week, as we welcome four new restaurants into the fold and bid adieu to four others. There's never a right time to say goodbye.
As of today, the popular biergarten on Capitol Hill has officially been renamed to Rhein Haus (or as we're going to call it: the restaurant formerly known as Von Trapps).
“Shrubs” are also known as “drinking vinegars,” and as old-fashioned cocktails have made their way back onto menus all around Seattle, you’ve probably seen more of these vinegar-based drinks as well.
Pioneer Square’s hot streak with buzzy restaurants continues with the opening of Pizzeria Gabbiano.
A conversation with Rachael Coyle about her pop-up, Coyle’s Bakeshop, butter, baked goods, and books.