restaurants

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Our restaurant scene is booming and flooded with troves of well-off diners. But is Seattle hungry for the next evolution of fine dining?

Just blocks off downtown, Edmonds' 190 Sunset is already drawing loads of locals.

Our thoughts on the latest addition to Salish Crossing.

Named for a monastery outside of Lonigo, Italy, San Fermo in Ballard is probably the first new Italian restaurant in a long time that wants to make its name in rustic, homey southern It

A welcome addition to middle Ballard, right on the corner of NW 65th and 24th Avenue NW, Copine is on the first floor of the Ballard Public Lofts and Markets building. Already, the restaurant is attracting local regulars and those traveling from other neighborhoods. We walked in recently, and here are three impressions of the visit.

Poke bars are popping up everywhere, but it was still surprising to find the ultimate bowl of the traditional Hawaiian raw fish salad inside a Wallingford convenience store (former home of The Erotic Bakery)

You may have visited Tacoma to take in the acclaimed Museum of Glass, or to spend a sunny afternoon at Point Defiance Park. But there are other reasons to make the trek south.

If you’re a foodie who travels to Hawaii, you’ve likely dined at one of D.K. Kodama’s Sansei seafood restaurants on Maui, Oahu or the Big Island.

It’s a fine day when one of our favorite restaurants announces it is finally launching a brunch program.

Clam chowder, particularly outside its native New England, can be easily overlooked—too thick, too chewy, too frequently relegated to a bread bowl. But done right, it is the stuff of legend.