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Fresh chips and specialty guacamoles are made daily at Poquitos on Capitol Hill

Let’s put the complaint that Seattle doesn’t have good Mexican food to rest—one restaurant at a time

Our cold winter months mean it’s oyster season. Slurp some down at Seattle's oyster and raw bars.

!--paging_filter--pIt’s been almost a year since David Butler announced his plan to open a French wine bar in downtown Seattle.

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You probably already know that the new musical at 5th Avenue theatre, Saving Aimee, is written by American TV darling Kathie Lee Gifford.

Talk about a career change: A year ago, Sean Brown was working a cattle ranch in the southern Utah mountains; today, the Kirkland native is the proprietor of new Pike Street Press, an all-in-one letterpress design

Our content partners break down the schedule of events planned for Occupy Seattle's continued demonstrations at Westlake Park today, including an appearance by Mayor McGinn.

I'm pretty sure someone asked me every single day over the last week if I'm “going to the RN74 party tonight.” Yes, the Michael Mina machine has been firing on all cylinders in the week leading up to the launch of its full service, hosting private

Last summer, Seattle put Nickerson Street on a “diet.” The four-lane road was chopped down to two, with the sacrificed lanes becoming a center turn lane and a pair of bicycle lanes, one on either side.

Marination Ma Kai in West Seattle

Come warm summer weather, we take every opportunity to sup on the sidewalk or sip wine on an umbrellaed patio.

Every August, our guest room fills up with friends from out of state betting on seeing the Seattle I swear exists: the one that doesn’t require an umbrella.