Capitol Hill is losing a pair of Italian joints, while downtown gains another.

The Seattle program looks to save our overfished oceans one herring at a time.

Last week, Centerplate, Safeco Field’s official catering and event partner, and Seattle restaurateur Ethan Stowell unveiled the ballpark’s new 2017 menu, continuing the emphasis of locally sourced and fresh Pacific Northwest fare

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Ever wondered where your favorite chef got his or her start? We think you’ll find our food family breakdown a fascinating lesson in Seattle’s restaurant genealogy

There are lots of reasons to like Bramling Cross, Ethan Stowell’s new 50-seat gastropub located within a few blocks of sister restaurants Ballard Pizza Company, Staple & Fancy and Marine Hardware (formerly Chippy’s).

!--paging_filter--pspanWhat if tipping were banned? Sure, let’s get rid of this outdated custom. It’s not like leaving 20 percent at the end of the meal ever truly “ensures proper service.”nbsp;/span/p

Ever since a recent visit to the Modernist Cuisine Lab, I cannot stop thinking about geoduck. Yes, I’ve got a giant clam on the brain.

If three of a kind constitutes a trend, then bars that serve cured, smoked and sliced meats are the new black, at least on Capitol Hill.

Seattlemag.com's Dylan Priest and Alex Kummerow asked Seattle superchef Ethan Stowell and specialty-food-market veteran Kaela Farrington to show us how to prep a simple and savory meal using noodles from their new

News broke earlier this week that Safeco Field is getting four new eateries come springtime backed by famous chefs from across the country.