When you can’t get yourself to a tailgate for a Husky game, here are some restaurants near Husky Stadium to eat on Football Saturdays.
Regional fast food chains inspire surprisingly fierce loyalty: there’s no question that if Harold and Kumar were in California, they’d be going to In-n-Out, and if they were in Washington, I’m certain they’d be heading to Taco Time for the Crisp Beef Burrito--the greatest fast-food innovation of all time.
There is something indulgent and decadent about the French bakery experience - and Seattle has plenty of places where the art of pastry making is alive and well. We visit Bakery Nouveau in West Seattle for a visually stimulating taste of what this gem has to offer.
More and more people aren’t eating gluten for health, dietary, and allergy-related reasons. If you’re one of these folks, you’re in luck, because Seattle is a great place for the gluten-free! So chuck out the wheat, and check out these five spots.
The smell of rain is the smell of fall, the smell of football, the smell of mushrooms! The excitement of native Seattleites about the coming of fall has always confused the city’s newest arrivals. Mushroom season is coming, it's time to get prepared.
Ellenos Real Greek Yogurt can be even more festive with if you enjoy it with these lovely bowls and flatware.
I know, I know - we just posted about Burger Week at Red Cow. What can we say? We live in a world where anyone can proclaim any day or week whatever they want (last week was National Talk Like A Pirate Day - seriously). But we will never complain if it's celebrating things like sweets and burgers.
Red Cow, one of Ethan Stowell's youngest restaurants, has proclaimed it Burger Week and is celebrating the best way they know how.
Alfresco Eggs is a new line of eggs for our region, made by "the happiest hens in the world." This will be the first time ethically-raised, premium eggs will be available in mass market grocery stores in the Pacific Northwest.
This week we're adding that great ambiguous category: Updates. Since sometimes there is just restaurant news that doesn't fit perfectly into 'Openings' or 'Closings'.
September is one of my favorite months in Seattle (other than the spiders! Gah! Yuck!) Some days are still gloriously hot, while others are so cool we’re reminded of all the rain that’s just around the corner. Here are five cocktails that perfectly suit this season of change.
Buried in the sub-levels of the Pike Place Market, a group of chefs are perfecting recipes for homemade Starbursts, chocolate bars composed entirely of coffee, and savory ice cream salad. Sound like something you might want to eat? Too bad. These real-life Willy Wonkas aren’t running a restaurant: if you want to taste these magical flavors, you have to make them yourself.
Whether you just can’t live without handmade noodles, or pho is your favorite dish - Seattle’s got plenty of new places to try this September. You can warm up your belly with some oysters and kimchi puree, bibimbap covered in honey-chili sauce, or Thai-style fried chicken. Here are five new Asian restaurants that just opened their doors, or are about to, this month.
Locals and visitors alike will enjoy some of Seattle's most creative food tours. Tours can include bikes, kayaks, early access to Pike Place Market, or cooking classes. Seattle food tours know no bounds!
Everyone has their preferred bar of choice which they use either as a meal replacement, pre/post workout snack, or just a snack on the go. What you might not know is that us Pacific Northwesterners have one of our own.
Can't stand another season full of french fries and mozzarella sticks? We've got a few tasty treats with a side of men-in-spandex lined up.
Football food doesn't have to be just beer and nachos...and these sweets from local eateries like Cupcake Royale, Yellow Leaf, The Confectional, Kukuruza Popcorn and Trophy Cupcake. Check out how to let your sweet tooth celebrate the Seahawks too!
Quality Athletics, the latest from the team that brought Westward to Seattle, open this week in Pioneer Square. Here is a preview.
After a ridiculously fast flip, Jason Stratton’s 8-month-old Aragona closed its doors and re-opened as Vespolina this past weekend. This third Italian restaurant joins Stratton’s two other successful eateries: Spinasse and Artusi.
A new tour is offering Seattleites an intimate chance to experience the city in a whole new way. We join SideTour as they explore one of Seattle's oldest butchers.