One of our absolute favorite pizza shops just made it easier to eat their pizza – and thanks goodness. Pagliacci Pizza orders can now be placed – gasp – online!
We rushed to Paseo in Fremont today when we heard that the sandwich shop had reopened this morning after being closed for two months. Why? Because we HAD to know: was the new Paseo the same as the old Paseo?
The slowness of the holidays is officially over, and greater Seattle and Western Washington is right back at it with restaurant news.
Be it gluten-free, paleo, or low-calorie, you’ve got one thing going for your resolution: you’re doing it in the right place. In Seattle, there are restaurants that will meet all your newly-resolved needs.
Sky View Café just opened on the 73rd floor of the Columbia Center, with a menu developed by local Ravishing Radish Catering and serving sandwiches (like banh mi!), pastries, tarts, and Washington beers and cider.
Fresh-squeezed juice is a joyous thing; bursting with flavor, it’s a revitalizing and energizing drink. Fortunately, for Seattle, there are a number of options to get your juice.
It’s fair to say a restaurant explosion has been happening on Capitol Hill over the last six months. With so many new restaurants to try, it’s easy to feel overwhelmed! So where should you go first? What’s the tastiest new spot? I had the tough job of trying out all of the recent new openings, and here are five of my favorites.
Yup. That's right. Take a second to read that again...and again if you really don't believe us. We wouldn't ever dream to kid about coffee - this is New Year's, not April Fools' after all!
2014 was a good year: the city upped its barbecue game and got a decent chicken-and-waffles restaurant, fulfilling many of my long-term goals for Seattle’s food scene. But what’s next? Here’s a list of four improvements I’d like to see happen in the Seattle food scene in 2015.
Close out 2014 with a final indulgent meal at one of these four places. Besides, you can start your New Year’s resolution in the next week.
Do you think meal delivery programs are only for the ridiculously affluent? Get ready to be more than a little surprised. Chef By Request has been delivering meals to Seattleites subtly and consistently for over a decade.
Some recent articles have claimed that the world is running out of chocolate! So how does this affect local chocolatiers? We asked Dennis Macray, the Chief Operating Officer of Seattle’s Theo Chocolate, for his opinions on the matter. And, in short, he says: “Fear not!”
More sparkling wine is sold around New Year's Eve than any other part of the year. Think of this as your Sparkling Wine 101 Intro class on the subject.
Despite not even being in the top twenty cities in the country by population size, Seattle fancies itself to be quite the dining destination, and this year it’s closer than ever to living up to that perception. Here are the four trends that made that difference this year.
Santa isn’t the only one around here who loves a good cookie! Whether you’re avoiding the kitchen this Christmas season, or just want one more holiday treat, here are five of Seattle’s best spots for grabbing a delicious cookie.
It's a hard knock life when every other week it seems that we report on Washington breweries, distillers or wineries winning yet another award, or making yet another Top 10 list. All we seem to do is win win win no matter what.
Portland is known for a lot of great brunch spots, but we'd argue there are none better or more well known than Tasty n Sons.
We took a peek inside new restaurant Lark and their accompanying crudo bar Bitter/Raw, which both opened a couple weeks ago in The Central Agency Building of Capitol Hill.
This weekend Agrodolce in Fremont is celebrating their two year anniversary by taking some of their most popular items on the menu, and serving them up for $2 a plate.
A lot of good news, a little bad. This week has a Paseo update, local chefs helping each other out, and of course - another Capitol Hill opening.