seattle restaurants

To be clear: The “secret menu” that Caviar, the local third-party restaurant delivery service, launched last month isn’t exactly hush-hush. Basically, it’s a menu of dishes from participating restaurants only available for delivery—you won’t find these in the restaurants themselves

There’s hardly a cuisine in the world that doesn’t have its own version of meat wrapped in dough and yet, of the hundreds of different kinds, no two dumplings are quite the same. These five locally-available styles are some of our favorites

A rundown of where you should be dining on the 31st (make your reservations a.s.a.p.).

Warm up with this aromatic, velvety bowl of comfort

Warm up with this aromatic, velvety bowl of comfort

Savor the herbaceous highlights of this multilayered bourbon- and vermouth-based cocktail

More stories, tips and tales from Seattle's industry insiders

In the midst of a restaurant renaissance, we tap Seattle's culinary rock stars for the best food and drinks in the city

Like many Seattleites, Tov Arneson enjoys the growing riches of restaurants and shops the city offers. But he found that the cost of getting to these spots—in parking fees or via a rideshare service—was becoming a challenge.

The new exhibit takes a hard look at how and why we eat the way we do.

November's Best New Restaurants issue (co-written by Eater's Allecia Vermillion, it hits newstands this week) was a pure pleasure to work on because of the spirit of looking