Perhaps one of Seattle's more overlooked neighborhoods; historic Columbia City is home to a number of can't-miss gems. Make a day of it and explore our nine favorite spots in the neighborhood with us after the jump.
We’ve all been left with half full bottles of wine after a dinner party. Here’s what to do with it for the rest of the week.
We've had a blast taking a closer look at some local cideries in honor of Washington Cider Week. Next up is Dragon's Head Cider on Vashon Island.
We continue to celebrate Washington Cider Week with a look at Nashi Orchards - a surprisingly unique cidery on Vashon Island.
We wrote an ode to cider early this week in honor of Washington Cider Week. Here's an inside look at one of the most well-known local ciders around.
There’s something comforting about a bar you can wear a sweatshirt and sneakers to. A place where you can play buck hunter while drinking cheap beer.
If the saying "you eat with your eyes first" is true, then chef's tables are clearly where it's at.
It’s no secret that I love cider, so it’s only fitting that I write about one of my favorite weeks of the year – Washington Cider Week.
Discovering new (to me) wineries and revisiting longtime favorites at the Seattle Wine Awards’ Gold Medal Experience this weekend.
For those who seek the fiery peppers of Sichuanese cuisine, the far-flung inspirations of Hakka dishes, or the hearty comfort-food of northern China, there are restaurants for you — they just tend to be hiding in plain sight, far from Seattle’s supposed center for Chinese food, the International District.
We all love Starbucks' PSL, but here are five great alternatives if you want to expand your fall drink palette.
Let me get something out of the way, right from the start of this column. I’m not a big fan of gimmicky contraptions for the kitchen or bar.
You may remember last year when we covered “Sweet Week”, local sweet makers’ response to Seattle’s ever popular Restaurant Week and Dine Around Seattle.
From a bar that feels like you've entered a seaward vessel to a bar that lets you relive 4th grade (in the best and most legal way possible), here are Seattle's seven best themed bars.
Late summer tomatoes are a Pacific Northwest treat and tradition, a last juicy bite before fall settles in. But at Cedarbrook Lodge’s fifth annual Heirloom Tomato Festival, tomatoes aren’t just for eating.
A recount of what it was like to go to a wine tasting event amongst local dignitaries; a preview of sorts to the Seattle Wine Awards.
In this era, when we can get asparagus from Chile in the dead of winter, there is still a sacredness to finding something in the place from which it comes—where it’s native, and where it’s part of the culture. In Boston, that something is lobster.
These are some healthy recipe tips and roundup from PCC and STAR 101.5's Guide to Healthy Living.
Everyone has his or her own idea of what makes the ideal chocolate chip cookie. Here’s my list of five of the best in Seattle.
There’s something about Islander food that hits the spot. In the spirit of the last month of summer, here are our top picks for restaurants with remarkable Islander offerings with a few food recommendations.