The Multnomah Whiskey Library, located in Portland, Oregon, offers a unique bar experience with table side cocktail service as a specialty of The Library.
Whether you’re a vegan, a vegetarian, a pescetarian, trying Meatless Mondays, or just want to make sure a visiting friend or family member can eat at the restaurant you’re visiting, there are lots of great reasons to try these five vegetarian Seattle restaurants.
Starbucks opened its first-ever Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room this morning on Capitol Hill. The Roastery is designed to be an 15,000 square foot integrated coffee roasting, education and retail space to expand the company's small-lot sourcing program and to serve as homage to the rich history of specialty coffee.
The Pacific Northwest is home to some amazing foods—from Dungeness crab and geoduck, to hot dogs with cream cheese and more.
If you think Chera Amlag’s bright-green flan sounds strange, wait until you get a load of her purple cheesecake. “Color is intriguing,” Amlag says, attributing some of the success of her Hood Famous Bakeshop’s signature product to the purple color of ube yams that flavor it.
After six years working under former executive chef John Broulette, up-and-comer Sarah Scott has taken over the reins at El Gaucho Bellevue. We got a chance to sit down with her to talk about her style of cooking, what it’s like to be a female executive chef at a steakhouse, and why butter is basically the answer to everything.
The Pacific Northwest is home to not one but two renowned chocolatiers and confectioners—Fran's Chocolates and Theo Chocolate are both known for their handcrafted treats that tickle the taste buds.
Two Washington wines made Wine Spectator's Top 100 Wines of the Year list. While this in and of itself is pretty cool, one of the wines is $12.
All openings and no closings makes for a happy holiday weekend!
Cupcakes these days are usually adorable - but Trophy has outdone themselves this year with their Thanksgiving Dozen.
Move over, regular buttered popcorn. Handcrafted in Seattle, the gourmet popcorn from KuKuRuza is made with the finest quality ingredients for a unique and delicious treat, in flavors you never even knew were possible.
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.